Daewoo egg cooker £6.99 @ Homebargins instore
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Daewoo egg cooker £6.99 @ Homebargins instore

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Found 25th May
Daewoo Egg Cooker

Whether you never quite get it right or you just don't have the time, this Daewoo Egg Cooker is the perfect solution. You can cook up to 7 eggs at one time, making cooking for the family quick and easy. It also has the capability to easily poach eggs and create omelettes. With an LED indicator light, boil dry protection and heat resistant handle, this makes the perfect addition to your kitchen.

Features:

Daewoo Egg Cooker
Multifunctional egg cooker with steel lid
Easy function and 360W power
Steam vents
Cooks up to 7 eggs
LED indicator light and heat resistant handle
Boil dry protection
Approx. Measurements: H187 x W160 x D160mm
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sam_of_london1 m ago

Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so …Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so difficult to see what is happening inside.


Wouldn't you need transparent eggshells then?
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sonygeezer
How do you get it for free
I don’t even need this but I want it.
ashy786x2 m ago

I don’t even need this but I want it.



That's how i felt and nearly bought on many timers over the last 2 weeks when I was in homebargains but every time i stopped as i knew it would end up at the back of the cupboard with the other spontaneous kitchen purchases in favour of a saucepan water and timer.
Pateo9 m ago

sonygeezerHow do you get it for free


Vouchercodes
pitbullmern6 m ago

That's how i felt and nearly bought on many timers over the last 2 weeks …That's how i felt and nearly bought on many timers over the last 2 weeks when I was in homebargains but every time i stopped as i knew it would end up at the back of the cupboard with the other spontaneous kitchen purchases in favour of a saucepan water and timer.


That's what i thought but we bought one a different make from amazon and we use it all the time, it's not a back of the cupboard job try it.
Edited by: "waterloo" 25th May
Purchased this for £12 from Amazon. Oh well.
We've had an egg cooker like this for years (boil only) which broke so I got this. Does the job fine.

Deal.
Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so difficult to see what is happening inside.
sam_of_london1 m ago

Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so …Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so difficult to see what is happening inside.


Wouldn't you need transparent eggshells then?
Got one ...works great
sam_of_london12 m ago

Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so …Voted hot. But I prefer transparent lid. This one is not transparent so difficult to see what is happening inside.


The one i got has a transparent lid all it does is gets steamed up.
Cracking deal
psychobitchfromhell1 h, 9 m ago

Wouldn't you need transparent eggshells then?


No just to see eggshells are not broken or eggs not over or under done. Most normal ones come with transparent plastic covers.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th May
We have the same one, great little device, trying to get a poached egg with runny yolk, cant seem to do it tho
sam_of_london6 m ago

No just to see eggshells are not broken or eggs not over or under done. …No just to see eggshells are not broken or eggs not over or under done. Most normal ones come with transparent plastic covers.


pan of water does the same. this would end up gathering dust.
pitbullmern1 h, 41 m ago

That's how i felt and nearly bought on many timers over the last 2 weeks …That's how i felt and nearly bought on many timers over the last 2 weeks when I was in homebargains but every time i stopped as i knew it would end up at the back of the cupboard with the other spontaneous kitchen purchases in favour of a saucepan water and timer.


Anything at back of cupboard that may go to a good home?
Isn't technology wonderful. Egg with toast is very popular.

Now if only someone would invent a device that makes 2 slices of toast at the same time.
Egg cooker 😩
Boil water. Insert eggs.
I bought one of these a few weeks ago but I still don't get how they're supposed to work. There's a little power button on the front, you push it in, it stays in, after a few minutes the water in the reservoir boils away, the safety mechanism kicks-in, and the power button pops back out.

No timers or anything. No way to even turn it off, except at the plug. Just the over-boil protection.

So, how are we to know that the eggs are cooked properly, or even consistently?
HereKittyKitty28 m ago

I bought one of these a few weeks ago but I still don't get how they're …I bought one of these a few weeks ago but I still don't get how they're supposed to work. There's a little power button on the front, you push it in, it stays in, after a few minutes the water in the reservoir boils away, the safety mechanism kicks-in, and the power button pops back out. No timers or anything. No way to even turn it off, except at the plug. Just the over-boil protection.So, how are we to know that the eggs are cooked properly, or even consistently?


I have a different make but it came with instructions telling you how much water to put in depending how many eggs you are cooking and whether you want soft, medium or hard boiled.
Oh, mine didn't have any instructions. I suppose it'll just take a bit of trial and error, haha
sam_of_london2 h, 4 m ago

No just to see eggshells are not broken or eggs not over or under done. …No just to see eggshells are not broken or eggs not over or under done. Most normal ones come with transparent plastic covers.


Used these quite a few times and never had an egg break. I'm curious how you can tell if an egg is over or under done by seeing the shell?
HereKittyKitty25 m ago

Oh, mine didn't have any instructions. I suppose it'll just take a bit of …Oh, mine didn't have any instructions. I suppose it'll just take a bit of trial and error, haha


Fill the metal section at the bottom with water and give it about 10 mins, then just adjust for next time if its too under or over. Once you get the hang of it, it's actually quite good to use at work and so forth where using a pot is less convenient.
yespleasesir3 h, 44 m ago

Egg cooker 😩Boil water. Insert eggs.


Toaster.
Put grill on, insert bread underneath
One of those egg timers that changes colour works perfectly fine for me!
I have a electric hob it takes a age to boil even using the kettle and this means more extra electricity needed so i just use one of these it is so simple to use turn on and leave takes half the time and less hassle and all eggs come out perfect 6 at a time. I would say this is the most used back of the cupboard type gadget i have bought and will fight its corner for it
Edited by: "waterloo" 25th May
Still plenty on sale at the Colne Road, Burnley store this evening.
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