VonShef Fat-Free Hot Air Popcorn Maker + 4 Popcorn Boxes + Measuring Spoon £12.99 Del @ Domu
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VonShef Fat-Free Hot Air Popcorn Maker + 4 Popcorn Boxes + Measuring Spoon £12.99 Del @ Domu

£12.99Domu Deals
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Found 24th Nov 2017
Still £17.99 @ Tesco, thought this would be fun for the festive season & would make a great gift , excellent reviews across the net too!

Price includes Delivery

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  • Create your own flavours of popcorn! From Sweet & Buttery all the way to Parmesan Cheese & Bacon. Or create healthier flavours by using herbs & spices
  • Operates through hot-air circulation, which requires no oil or fats, making your popcorn fat free & a great source of fibre
  • Easy to use. Lid doubles up as a butter melting cup
  • Cool-Touch housing. Measuring spoon and 4 Popcorn Boxes Included
  • Free Extended 2 Year Warranty- Registration Required

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    15 Comments
    DOMUDEAL discount code not working with this?
    What's wrong with using a microwave?
    dobo32 m ago

    What's wrong with using a microwave?


    Not everyone has one , me included , ordered this thanks op
    max8447 m ago

    DOMUDEAL discount code not working with this?


    Apparently not, what a diddle. Banner which declares the code not valid pops up over the header which says that it gives 10% off everything !
    Tracysmith915 m ago

    Not everyone has one , me included , ordered this thanks op



    Touché!
    Dobo, I have a microwave - what method do you recommend? (I have a plastic steamer device intended for veg and fish - are you using something like that with added oil?)
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    Are these any good? Most reviews I've read of Hot-Air popcorn makers say they make soft sort of soggy popcorn.

    Is there a decent popcorn maker that uses oil?
    Tracysmith958 m ago

    Not everyone has one , me included , ordered this thanks op


    Pan + lid + bit of oil in the bottom + hob
    johnthehuman29 m ago

    Are these any good? Most reviews I've read of Hot-Air popcorn makers say …Are these any good? Most reviews I've read of Hot-Air popcorn makers say they make soft sort of soggy popcorn. Is there a decent popcorn maker that uses oil?


    A pan. I got one of these and reverted to the pan after a while. It was ok but taste and texture better from pan cooked.
    knack16 m ago

    A pan. I got one of these and reverted to the pan after a while. It was ok …A pan. I got one of these and reverted to the pan after a while. It was ok but taste and texture better from pan cooked.


    Agree, although I can't make great sweet popcorn in pan. Salted is fine though.
    Thanks. Got this for my mum. She's been going on about air popped popcorn for ages
    Hot Pan + corn = popcorn
    Edited by: "bollybobinson" 24th Nov 2017
    Is the retro one better value at £17.99 as it looks larger?
    Ordered, great little stocking filler
    Arrived today with big writing across the box 'contents: popcorn maker' ...not exactly discreet when the intended recipient accepts it from the postman...
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