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Giles & Posner Peanut Butter Maker

1.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Texture selector
  • Hopper holds two cups of dry nuts
  • Compact size
  • Simple to use and easy to clean
  • Voltage 120v 50HZ
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Technical Details
Brand Giles & Posner
Model NumberGPPEANUTBUTTER
  
Additional Information
ASINB002USYFCY
Best Sellers Rank 1,954,110 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
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Date First Available29 Oct. 2009
  
 

Product description

Giles & Posner Peanut Butter Maker The Giles & Posner Peanut Butter Maker a new and original product that allows you to create an old family favourite: Peanut Butter from scratch. Simply add shelled nuts to the nut bin and turn on the machine and out comes warm delicious healthy nut butter a must have for any peanut butter fan! This novel appliance is an invaluable asset to food preparation and a real treat to have in the kitchen. Select chunky or smooth texture depending on your taste it makes macadamia sunflower cashew nut butters and more. The whole family can enjoy the experience and benefit from healthy peanut butter as there is no need to add any fats oils or additives. Features Texture selector Hopper holds two cups of dry nuts Compact size Simple to use and easy to clean Voltage 120v 50HZ


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This is total rubbish and does not work at all! What a con and total disappointment. You fill it up with nuts (i tried cashews) and turn it on and it just makes loud noises and doesnt actually produce anything, apart from a few drops of nut butter. After 30 mins of trying the motor smelt like it was about to burn out so I gave up. The strirrer is a waste of time, it stirs a little bit but doesnt get the nuts moving into the tray and then gets stuck.

Waste of time and money. Avoid like the plague, go to Tesco and buy a jar of Sunpat.
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I wish the other negative reviews of this product had been published before I bought this piece of junk.

As the others have said: this product does not work. When you put the peanuts in and churn, all you get is peanut rubble. And while the machine is 'working', it smells of burning plastic and overheats very quickly.

Don't buy it.
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I love peanut butter. The delicious, nutty flavour of crunchy goodness, the tantalisingly oily-yet-healthy texture, the energy-rich protein, niacin and riboflavin: they always get my day off to a happy start. I munch away on my two slices of peanut-buttered toast and sip from my gently steaming mug of tea, and the sun shines, birds sing, squirrels bury and/or dig up their own nuts, and I am content with my place in the world.

Or not. Because this atrocious machine, this so-called 'Peanut Butter Maker', fails on every level.

It doesn't make peanut butter. It takes otherwise good nuts, does something awful and unmentionable to them involving a great deal of ineffective sound and fury , and spits out small smears of paste and dust. And then it stinks of melting plastic.

Whoever manufactured this evil contraption should be behind bars. It is not, in any way, a peanut butter maker and it never will be. If you buy this machine after reading these reviews, you deserve to be distracted by a phone-call while the machine is running (assuming you can hear it over the racket) and have your house burn down when it catches fire.
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I am very disappointed in this product. I have not yet been able to make a nut butter with it. Conceivably, the fault lies in the instructions, but the mechanism is not very sturdy.
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This product must be close to contravening the Trades Description Act! It doesn't produce peanut butter, despite the impression given on the packaging and the blurb. The grinder is noisy and inneffective, to produce a tiny amount of a dry paste like substance you have to chop the nuts before hand, and still the motor overheats very quickly. It even has the cheek to suggest that it's easy to clean..........yeh right! A total piece of junk which certainly doesn't do what it says on the tin, avoid at all costs.
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By Bearman TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 Jan. 2011
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Yes it is noisy, fiddly, flimsy in parts; yes it vibrates and smells a bit hot BUT it does make great nut butter and is worth every penny. I bought this as an extra gift for my partner, expecting it to be far worse (having read the reviews), but we were very pleasantly surprised the first time we used it as delicious toasted almond butter filled the cup. Don't expect Porche engineering for such a cheap item - try pounding nuts by hand to make butter and you will see what a tough job this little gadget is doing, and you will soon appreciate it for what it is.

Update - well the 3rd time we used it, the only thing it ground was to a halt. Despite giving it a super thorough clean and letting it cool completely to reset the thermal overload switch, it just wouldn't work again. We contacted the manufacturer who told us they were no longer making this product. On the plus side, the refund arrived quickly
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I have to agree with the above review. It is extremely loud and thoroughly useless. The only way in which my experience differs is that after less than five minutes use the metal grinding disc managed to melt the plastic component that it is seated in and now no longer turns at all. This is a cheap piece of equipment that simply isn't up to the job. Its always the way when you have metal and plastic components together like this. A disaster. Avoid like the plague.
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By Willie on 4 Jun. 2010
This item heats up too quickly. Has to stop and cool every now and then. The peanut butter is not very smooth even when set at the SMOOTH position
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