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VonShef Omelette Maker Electric Non Stick Egg Fryer Pan Cooker Scrambled Omlette £10.99 delivered @ domu-uk eBay
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VonShef Omelette Maker Electric Non Stick Egg Fryer Pan Cooker Scrambled Omlette £10.99 delivered @ domu-uk eBay

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Posted 10th NovEdited by:"RiverDragon8"

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• The easy route to the perfect omelette! Makes 2 plain or filled omelettes at once
• Also doubles up as a fried/ scrambled egg maker
• Non-stick cooking plates for fuss-free food removal and convenient cleaning
• Compact black design with cool touch housing and non-slip feet
• FREE Extended 2 Year Warranty

Rustle up eggscellent omelettes in minutes with the VonShef 700W Omelette Maker.

A fool-proof route to the fluffiest, tastiest omelettes, this fantastic appliance is a great alternative to the hob and makes two plain or filled omelettes at once.

Easy to use – just pour ingredients into the non-stick cooking plates, shut the lid, then leave the omelette maker to work its magic. A handy indicator light tells you when the omelette making is heating up and ready to use. In as little as 5 minutes, you’ll be tucking into the perfect omelette - with no messy pan to wash up afterwards!

Fancy eating your eggs another way? You can also use the omelette maker to make fried or scrambled eggs.

Quick and convenient to clean - simply wipe plates down with a damp cloth and detergent.

Compact design in stylish black with cool touch housing and non-slip feet for safety.
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MikeCumbria10/11/2019 18:36

Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non …Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times


That doesn't matter.

Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.
maxeyt10/11/2019 18:44

That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or …That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.



I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of the cupboard as company for the bread maker and ice cream maker
MikeCumbria10/11/2019 18:36

Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non …Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times


Also very difficult to clean . My younger self used to be very impressed by these products. But I have learned with experience , electric products which cannot be immersed in water , are very difficult to clean .
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deleted2172605
I have an omlette maker too... it's called a frying pan
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Good price, HOT... btw, i like the statement "Limited quantity available" when they have exactly 100 for sale
13.45 on amazon prime with 10% discount...
Edited by: "nw104hh" 10th Nov
Anyone actually tried this? Might get it for my partner, she loves omelette
Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times
MikeCumbria10/11/2019 18:36

Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non …Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times


That doesn't matter.

Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.
MikeCumbria10/11/2019 18:36

Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non …Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times


It's good how you focus on just the negatives review on amazon.
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Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 10th Nov
I love omelette - easily 2-3 times a week..but wouldn't buy this. Much prefer using a frypan
Edited by: "Gollywood" 10th Nov
MikeCumbria10/11/2019 18:36

Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non …Just read the reviews on Amazon, it's good for 2 weeks, then the non stick, stops being non stick anymore. Sad times


Also very difficult to clean . My younger self used to be very impressed by these products. But I have learned with experience , electric products which cannot be immersed in water , are very difficult to clean .
Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?
RiverDragon810/11/2019 18:47

It's good how you focus on just the negatives review on amazon.[Image]


Yeah I scrolled down, one or two good, then a load of one star reviews All with the exact same complaint sadly.

Unfortunate that you can't take out the tray and wash it easily

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Edited by: "MikeCumbria" 10th Nov
Bogami10/11/2019 18:51

Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? …Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?


Yes. 30 years +
Bogami10/11/2019 18:51

Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? …Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?


Yeah the George Foreman Grill, I make toasties in it weekly, it's ace
maxeyt10/11/2019 18:44

That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or …That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.



I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of the cupboard as company for the bread maker and ice cream maker
Or you could just do it in a pan and fold it properly, probably quicker.
It's not exactly hard to make an omelette.
Any suggestions for egg boiler please
dranand10/11/2019 19:32

Any suggestions for egg boiler please


NETTA Electric Egg Boiler Poacher Cooker-14 Eggs/Water Measuring Cup and Egg Piercer / 350W amazon.co.uk/dp/…BVK
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maxeyt10/11/2019 18:44

That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or …That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.


I used it for 18 months before the cleaning got too much
sam_of_london10/11/2019 18:46

Also very difficult to clean . My younger self used to be very impressed …Also very difficult to clean . My younger self used to be very impressed by these products. But I have learned with experience , electric products which cannot be immersed in water , are very difficult to clean .


Yep the plates should have been detachable
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I have an omlette maker too... it's called a frying pan
I have this and love it. Before you put anything in the pan you are suppose to season it, rub with a bit of fat or I spray with One Cal oils. The omlettes in these are amazing and rise up so much more than you would ever get in a pan. If you dont season it then food will stick but knowing how to clean it is fine. Mine has been used at least 10 times and no problem with a bit due care as with any pans. Your omlettes will rise up 5 cms without a doubt. Morning breakfast sorted.
Bogami10/11/2019 18:51

Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? …Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?



No sandwich toasters are great because it presses down and seals the corners. I don't even preheat mine, butter each side, put it in the machine, add fillings and turn on.

Mine has detachable plates so its easy to clean. I only clean it after 3-4 uses. Adds to the flavour.


But this product is just waste and will end up in landfill.
The thing is, for me anyway, all these electrical products that specialise in cooking specific foods are great on paper. In reality I've ended up with a frying pan that's hardly used, sausepan sets lie redundant due to using microwavable containers and my 4 ring knobless induction ceramic hob is being replaced by a 2 ring hob. My double oven is basically a storage facility for all my oven pans. What I really really need is a bigger kitchen.
Use the microwave/ frying pan
deleted217260510/11/2019 20:08

I have an omlette maker too... it's called a frying pan I have an omlette maker too... it's called a frying pan


I moved in with my omelette maker.
dranand10/11/2019 19:32

Any suggestions for egg boiler please


The neo one on Groupon is amazing. Perfect if you're doing scotch eggs cos the yolk remains runny!!
Or buy the brevile deep fill sandwich toaster and cook mini omelettes and toasted sandwiches also cakes it's a much more handy appliance than this
And you pop the hot plates out and wipe off the oil etc but don't scrub it
Edited by: "wanderer" 10th Nov
Jesh if you need one of these you must be a terrible cook
Yaba_Daba_Doo10/11/2019 19:10

I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of …I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of the cupboard as company for the bread maker and ice cream maker


Make some ice cream bread, Scooby Snacks.
Yaba_Daba_Doo10/11/2019 19:10

I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of …I wouldn't take it to the charity shop, I would leave it at the back of the cupboard as company for the bread maker and ice cream maker


Dont forget the sandwich toaster and panini press that you break out every couple of years and gorge on that greasy gooey crunchy goodness for a week before getting sick of them
An omelet
Is an omelet
Bogami10/11/2019 18:51

Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? …Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?


I have.....a deep fill one
Cheese and onion mmmm 😋
One of these......don’t buy!!! We bought 3 thinking they would be great and initially they were but when you see the plastic coating melt in front of your eyes you quickly change your mind
maxeyt10/11/2019 18:44

That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or …That doesn't matter.Realistically you're only going to use its once or twice, then it's going into the back of the cupboard, for the 5 year charity shop vigil.


I bought one last year for home. Makes great fried eggs! I thought it was that good I bought one for work.

All you need to do is put a drop of oil in or fry light.

Still use both regularly
You can get a microwave omelette maker for as little as £1.75

amazon.co.uk/goo…AQ6
I have one of these and they're excellent. Use some One cal spray on to stop sticking and it wipes clean with a damp cloth.

Not fatty like the omelettes in a frying pan and no mess.
Bogami10/11/2019 18:51

Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? …Has anyone actually bought a sandwich toaster and actually kept using it? Could this be the next sandwich toaster?


Me
If you're thinking of buying this, I'd recommend watching some youtube videos on 'how to make an omelette' so you can make it in a pan like everybody else!
eset1234510/11/2019 21:38

Dont forget the sandwich toaster and panini press that you break out every …Dont forget the sandwich toaster and panini press that you break out every couple of years and gorge on that greasy gooey crunchy goodness for a week before getting sick of them


Waffle maker, chocolate fountain, various George Foremans, electric tin opener and the manual one, just in case the electric one breaks. Food blender, smoothie maker and of course the old multifunctional stick chopper/blender/whisk thing. Spiraliser(£2), plastic veg slicer dicer and grater thing. Then there is the ricer, I own 2, one big one small and an old potato masher. 2 rolling pins, one wood and one you fill with water. I don't use either. No cuddly toy or a holiday in sight.
It's a generation thing 😁
Edited by: "mymymy" 11th Nov
googley210/11/2019 20:50

I have this and love it. Before you put anything in the pan you are …I have this and love it. Before you put anything in the pan you are suppose to season it, rub with a bit of fat or I spray with One Cal oils. The omlettes in these are amazing and rise up so much more than you would ever get in a pan. If you dont season it then food will stick but knowing how to clean it is fine. Mine has been used at least 10 times and no problem with a bit due care as with any pans. Your omlettes will rise up 5 cms without a doubt. Morning breakfast sorted.


I have one too; I can confirm how much they rise - it's incredible! Washing it isn't that tricky if you have a non-scratch pad and treat the item with respect
We have one, it’s fab. A little older so takes a little longer, but cooks evenly
0254am and I just bought an omelette maker which i don't need...damn you hukd...damn you 🙉🙈
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