Giles & Posner Peanut Butter Maker
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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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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
Top Customer Reviews
Waste of time and money. Avoid like the plague, go to Tesco and buy a jar of Sunpat.
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.
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.
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
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as a present for my wife as she loves peanut butter. I'm pretty sure you make a peanut butter sandwich with it if you had a whole weekend to spare. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John
Bought as a gift for my Dad. It was a good gadget and made great peanut butter but it was extremely difficult to clean. Read morePublished on 28 May 2013 by Lacey
I bought this for my brother for christmas last year, along with two packs of peanuts so he could make a start immediately. Read morePublished on 12 Dec. 2011 by T. Spink
I bought this for my girl friend for her birthday, despite all the negative reviews (which, I know, is a pretty dumb thing to do), but we found it worked fine. Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2010 by Amazon Customer
I was given this item for Christmas last year and I was completely disgusted with it as it didn't work and then after several tries noticed that the plastic bowl inside was... Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2010 by jogsandwich
My son bought me one of these ghastly machines for Xmas. He knows I like peanut butter without the usual additives such as sugar, emulsifiers and salt (who needs sugar in peanut... Read morePublished on 15 Feb. 2010