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OSTBA Omelette Maker - 550W Electric Multi-cookers - Non Stick, Easy Clean, Compact Design - Red

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Special feature Double-Sided Heating, Non-Skin Feet, Non-Stick Cooking Surface, Compact Size & Light Weight, Cool Touch HandleDouble-Sided Heating, Non-Skin Feet, Non-Stick Cooking Surface, Compact Size & Light Weight, Cool Touch Handle Colour Red Material Aluminium Brand OSTBA APPLIANCE Product dimensions 16D x 9W x 13H centimetres
About this item
  • Powerful mini omelet maker: The OSTBA mini omelet maker with 550W power allows you to make delicious omelets in no time at all.
  • Non-stick plates: The non-stick plates ensure easy cleaning and prevent omelets from sticking, so you can easily make your favorite breakfast dish.
  • Compact and convenient design: With a plate size of 12.5 cm, this mini omelet maker is perfect for individual portions. Its compact design and cool handle make it ideal for everyday use.
  • Power indicator: The power indicator lets you know when the omelet maker is preheated and ready to use to ensure perfectly prepared omelets every time.
  • Safety features: The OSTBA mini omelet maker is equipped with a safety switch and a thermal fuse, making you feel safe when cooking.

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  1. tubster76's avatar
    OK, I agree the world has too many crazy kitchen gadgets BUT... I do use mine weekly at least. I like how it cooks both sides (more Spanish omelette than flat omelette) and you can walk away for five minutes and get other stuff sorted. And you wipe it, no oil really and no pan to wash up. Think carefully, but if you like Spanish style omelette with stuff in it you might get your money's worth.
    sashablue's avatar
    That's actually refreshing to hear .
  2. The_Name_With_No_Man's avatar
    Probably "non-skid" feet.
    Kammykay's avatar
    Means it's not 'remarkably human'
  3. zuggy's avatar
    Only big enough for a one-egg omelette? A travesty.
  4. realdeals's avatar
    Now do i really want a machine to take away the joy of creation?

    Heat anyway
  5. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    They also have it in pink for the same price.
    Strangely, pink is worth an extra 0.8 stars
    Blue is £9.02 (edited)
  6. sashablue's avatar
    I keep seeing these (and pie makers etc) in charity shops.
    ThingyGuy's avatar
    I hope they put air holes in the pie makers box at least
  7. Fatal.Swan's avatar
    If it can do it without breaking some eggs, I'm interested.
  8. pingsteruk's avatar
    Who is putting blueberries in an omelette? and why are they so huge :-)
  9. Arold's avatar
    Ridiculous waste of money and kitchen space (unless you don't have a frying pan)
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