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Popcorn Maker Home Cinema Kit you save 44% £49.95 Sold by JM POSNER and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Just been looking for one of these. It is still quite expensive but according to camelcamelcamel today is the lowest price ever. Very good reviews on Amazon. Read More
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Just been looking for one of these.
It is still quite expensive but according to camelcamelcamel today is the lowest price ever.
Very good reviews on Amazon.
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#1
http://i58.tinypic.com/f2tq2x.jpg
#2
love it
#3
Wish I could afford one.
#4
same
tonysat
Wish I could afford one.

Me too :{
14 Likes #5
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!
#6
bought the £11 one off ebay 2 weeks ago and it has the maker, the popcorn boxes (like cinema) and a whole bag of popcorn! This one sounds expensive to me!
#7
Got a link to the eBay one Alamo?
#8
Umm got an air one already how does it compare taste wise
#9
air one is much healthier but they can miss pop.. but pan cooked corn is very naughty but scummy!
#10
alano1963
bought the £11 one off ebay 2 weeks ago and it has the maker, the popcorn boxes (like cinema) and a whole bag of popcorn! This one sounds expensive to me!
Have you got the link to ebay offer?? Unfortunately I can't afford this one:(
1 Like #11
Heat for op's avatar!
#12
Im guessing it was this: Link
3 Likes #13
Rotorvator
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!

I was wondering the same. Takes a couple of minutes and virtually no effort. Maybe 10p for all the popcorn you could possibly eat.

For anyone who doesn't know how to do it:

1.Use a good sized pan with a lid.
2. Add some butter with 2 1/2 tablespoons of sunflower oil and a teaspoon of salt/ sugar.
3. Add the desired amount of popcorn kernels. ( I use about 1/4 mug)
4. Place the pan over medium heat and cover the pan.
5. Gently shake the pan occasionally until the kernels has stopped popping.
6. Add more salt / sugar to the finished popcorn to taste.
23 Likes #14
The question is.. will this fit in the cupboard next to

- George Forman Grill
- Sandwich maker
- Footspa
- Muffin maker
- Doughnut maker
- Brownie maker
- Lollycake maker
- Ice-cream maker
... and all the other stupid items you could buy :)
1 Like #15
ourdevonfamily
The question is.. will this fit in the cupboard next to

- George Forman Grill
- Sandwich maker
- Footspa
- Muffin maker
- Doughnut maker
- Brownie maker
- Lollycake maker
- Ice-cream maker
... and all the other stupid items you could buy :)
Is it worth me setting up a For Sale item here for my Waffle maker? Dust comes included for free and brand new unused!! :D
#16
pegmosaic
Got a link to the eBay one Alamo?

They are also around £10 in B&M.
#17
ourdevonfamily
The question is.. will this fit in the cupboard next to

- George Forman Grill
- Sandwich maker
- Footspa
- Muffin maker
- Doughnut maker
- Brownie maker
- Lollycake maker
- Ice-cream maker
... and all the other stupid items you could buy :)

haha, after having one for SIX YEARS last month we actually used our ice cream maker. £30 well spent ;(
Weve got a similar list of items in our cupboard, all taking up valuable storage real estate. the amount of times used for all of them is minimal!
#18
Kamatari
Im guessing it was this: Link
I like the look of that one! I've posted a deal to see what others think (Have included thanks to you) http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vonshef-fat-free-hot-air-popcorn-maker-12-99-ebay-esecuregb-1961332
#19
Rotorvator
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!

Or even just a.microwave :)
#20
So temped, but I can't think where I would put it.
2 Likes #21
joedastudd
So temped, but I can't think where I would put it.
Find a corner in the cinema room
#22
Yeah popcorn time, ;-)
#23
We have done it many ways, we eats lots of popcorn, all the machines break/melt.

best (easiest) is put corn in lidded pyrex dish in microwave, no oil nothing, perfect corn and no mess or oil.
#24
ourdevonfamily
The question is.. will this fit in the cupboard next to

- George Forman Grill
- Sandwich maker
- Footspa
- Muffin maker
- Doughnut maker
- Brownie maker
- Lollycake maker
- Ice-cream maker
... and all the other stupid items you could buy :)

George Foreman shouldn't be on a list of stupid items, it's awesome.
2 Likes #25
UnicornRiver
joedastudd
So temped, but I can't think where I would put it.
Find a corner in the cinema room
It's not that easy though. My 120" screen takes up two of the corners, and on the other corners are the door and the av stack/dvd rack. Genuinely not sure where it would fit.
#26
will go fab in the cinema room, thanks so much
#27
Rotorvator
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!

It's so easy, I really don't understand the need for this machine :|
#28
Luv it!X)

ourdevonfamily
The question is.. will this fit in the cupboard next to

- George Forman Grill
- Sandwich maker
- Footspa
- Muffin maker
- Doughnut maker
- Brownie maker
- Lollycake maker
- Ice-cream maker
... and all the other stupid items you could buy :)
2 Likes #29
2003bluecat
Rotorvator
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!

It's so easy, I really don't understand the need for this machine :|

Are you two being serious or having a laugh? Who has a pot and a cooker in their cinema room?
#30
I've had this model for a few years. It is very good and looks very impressive. Prefer it to the air popper I had before this.
#31
Down to 9 left. If you want one, get your order in soon!
1 Like #32
kudos1uk
We have done it many ways, we eats lots of popcorn, all the machines break/melt.

best (easiest) is put corn in lidded pyrex dish in microwave, no oil nothing, perfect corn and no mess or oil.

Never tried no oil. Will give that a try.
#33
Too expensive for me also. Think i will look for the one on ebay. Thx
#34
Too expensive for me also. Think i will look for the one on ebay. Thx
#35
says it's £89.95 now
#36
normal
Rotorvator
What ever happened to just putting corn and a dash of oil into a large pot. Costs nothing!

I was wondering the same. Takes a couple of minutes and virtually no effort. Maybe 10p for all the popcorn you could possibly eat.

For anyone who doesn't know how to do it:

1.Use a good sized pan with a lid.
2. Add some butter with 2 1/2 tablespoons of sunflower oil and a teaspoon of salt/ sugar.
3. Add the desired amount of popcorn kernels. ( I use about 1/4 mug)
4. Place the pan over medium heat and cover the pan.
5. Gently shake the pan occasionally until the kernels has stopped popping.
6. Add more salt / sugar to the finished popcorn to taste.
I have trouble finding the corn. If you ask in a supermarket they take you to the pre-popped stuff or really overpriced 'microwave-popcorn' (no idea why anyone buys it in a packet when some kernels in a glass bowl with a plate on top works fine!) . I have some I noticed dusty on the bottom shelf in a corner shop years ago but its running low!
1 Like #38
back down again to 49

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