The Original Whirley Pop Stovetop Popcorn Popper
Pop six quarts of delicious, theater-style popcorn with as little as a teaspoon of oil in just three minutes on your stovetop. The durable aluminum pan serves the entire family, making twice as much popcorn as a standard bag of the microwave version. Steam vents allow moisture to escape so each kernel pops light, crispy and fluffy, up to 42 times its original size. The patented hand-crank mechanism continuously stirs the corn to evenly distribute the oil and to prevent burning, and the hardwood handle stays cool and keeps hands away from steam and heat. The popper is easy to clean by simply popping the lid off and wiping the inside with a paper towel. Measures 16 1/2" W x 9 1/2" W x 8" H. 25-year warranty. Model # 25008N.
The Original Whirley Pop™ Stovetop Popcorn Popper 30 32
It gets the job done! It does exactly what I want it to do. It pops corn very efficiently and quickly. I am pleased with the purchase. May 9, 2013
Make the best popcorn EVAH I have owned one of the since the mid 90's and still use it frequently. The handle and gear came apart today and it loos like I might need another, but I think I have gotten my money's worth out of it in nearly 20 years. I would much rather use this than the microwave and if you go online and get Flavacol from the Popcorn Store you have movie popcorn. May 4, 2013
Popcorn WHIRLER My daughter and son-in-law introduced us to this product and we just LOVE it. It pops everything evenly and quickly. No microwave popcorn for us--homemade all the way! Decently priced as well. Who could ask for more??? April 18, 2013
Glad I Bought It Perfect size popper. For light and crispy popcorn I find that I have to set the burner slightly lower than recommended and shake the popper every few seconds while turning the hand-crank so that the kernels are even at the bottom of the popper. The process adds another minute of two. I love that I only need to wipe the popper and lid out with a paper towel and it's seasoned and ready for the next batch. March 25, 2013