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Rival PP15 Pink Popcorn Popper


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  • Pop Corn for all the family!
  • Produces crunchy popcorn in only 3 minutes
  • Melting cup to heat butter
  • Transparent lid to enjoy the popping
  • Oil free for fat free popcorn
  • 2 year manufacturer's guarantee

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • ASIN: B000BI1VY0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Sep 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 844,167 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Rival PP15 pink popcorn popper features a powerful motor for hot, fresh, delicious popcorn in minutes. The powerful motor quickly pops up to 2 litres of corn in just three minutes! Popping without oil means you can easily enjoy a fat-free, healthy snack. The popper has a transparent viewing lid with a directional chute.

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Customer Reviews

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133 of 136 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Nov 2005
It's a much better way than just popping corn in a pan, you wont end up with any burnt popcorn as you so often do in a pan although one problem is the way it comes out of the top once popped is a bit hap-hazard and you will end up with some on the floor, also quite a few unpopped kernels get shoved out although these can be put back in (once cooled down!). I think the problem is the lid opening may be a bit wide and the lid on the slightly more expensive PP25 model looks better (although reading the reviews losing corn on the floor also seems to be a problem!), you just have to make sure you stand over it whilst it's popping to scoop up all the ones that miss the bowl!
For the price though (under a tenner), can't really complain too much, does also seem a bit flimsy so not sure how long it would last with regular use but it comes with a 2 year gaurantee. I think if I bought another one day I would go for a more expensive model that distributes the popped corn less randomly!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Chesser on 27 Dec 2005
If you're going to buy a popcorn maker, you probably are thinking something like ... "isn't one popcorn maker as good as another in the grand scheme of things?, shouldn't i just save a few quid? or get the pink one cause i like pink?" as it turns out, the answer is a resounding no!
This popcorn maker has some serious flaws which leaves me wondering if the 'engineer' who designed it even turned it on before selling it
some sort of combination of 'too shallow popping chamber' and no 'popcorn delivery spout' leaves about 50% of the kernals unpopped and on the kitchen counter or floor. In fact most of the popped kernals wound up on the floors and countertops too.
the popcorn made in any air-popper you buy is going to taste exactly the same ... make sure you get one that actually pops the kernals and gets it into the bowl ... otherwise it's just a messy waste of time and not in fact a handy, time saving, delicious & inexpensive snack making tool.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By "lorri_s" on 9 Dec 2005
This makes yummy popcorn (especially fab if you have a massive screen to watch films on at home, so you really feel like you're in the cinema), and it's far less expensive to buying microwave in a bag popcorn, which was my previous option... however like other reviewers have said has a minor tendancy to spill some pieces everywhere.
In order to take it up to five stars - here's how I would improve it:
1) make it less silly looking - you just can't leave this on your worktop (unless you have a very bright kitchen) which means that you have to store it somewhere...
2) improve the system for putting it in a bowl.
3) give us some recipe ideas for different things to put on the popcorn - there was a golden syrup one, but beyond that or salt or sugar I get stuck - anyone with any ideas?
basically - it could have been worth buying the more expensive version (that isnt bright pink and looks like it has a better funnel on it) but for an inexpensive alternative to buying shop made or microwavable popcorn its fantastic. A healthy snack (until like me you pour a load of salt and butter over it)
It's great value for money. Go for it. you know that you want to! (or you probably wouldn't be reading the reviews!)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "krisneo" on 17 Jan 2006
I bought this popcorn maker for part of my wifes christmas present, as she loves to eat popcorn when watching a dvd, which usually means me having to go to the shop around the corner in the freezing cold to buy her some.
I saw this popcorn maker cheap and chearful AND in pink what more could a man ask for. I bought it, wrapped it and she opened it. She liked the popcorn maker until she made the popcorn. It spits popcorn everywhere and I mean everywhere, all over the table, floor in your face, hair.
The instructions tell you to use a large bowl so that the popcorn can drop into it. Well I don't have a 6ft wide bowl in my house because thats what you would need to catch these angry popcorns.
I would just like to say to anyone considering to buy this product, DON'T it's very dangerous and poorly made. Keep away from children. This popcorn maker should not be sold I don't know how this product passed health and safety standards.
I have a new saying which from now on I will stick to
WHAT YOU PAY FOR IS WHAT YOU GET
please take note
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