Nostalgia Electrics 50's Styled Stir Popper
Easily make a batch of up to 24 cups of fresh, theater-style popcorn anytime with the Retro Stir Popcorn Popper from Nostalgia Electrics. Features a built-in motorized stirring rod to keep popcorn from burning and vents that let moisture escape to keep popcorn crunchy. The cool 1950's style retro design has a simple one-touch control and an efficient stirring rod that allows more kernels to pop than most popcorn makers. You can even use it to make kettle corn, roasted nuts, trail mix and more. Unit comes with a durable plastic container, nonstick cooking plate for easy cleanups and cool-touch handles for safe handling. See-thru top is removable and also serves as a popcorn serving bucket. Measures 13.3" W x 9.92" H x 11.4" D. Imported. Model# RSP100.
Nostalgia Electrics™ 50's Styled Stir Popper 6 6
Would not recommend this one! Burnes your popcorn every time! Its dangerous to operate and cleanup is not a breeze! Not a good choice for real popcorn lovers! Reese March 7, 2013
Unhappy with this product My son bought this for me for Christmas. What a piece of garbage! Followed directions accurately and the popcorn burned even though I unplugged it and turned it over to dump it into the bowl before the kernels were all popped. Left unremovable burn spots on teflon. It's being returned. January 12, 2013
LOVED IT it was a great purchase....my granddaughter is into more than just toys...she loves to make stuff. this item is a great addition to her day, and we all get to share. December 28, 2012
Popcorn burned every time! I ordered this popcorn maker in the store and was so excited when I received it! When I made my first batch of popcorn (followed the directions to the letter-3 Tbsp oil & 4 oz of kernels), used Orville Redenbacher's popping and topping oil, and the popcorn burned. The non-stick cooking surface burned as well. The next day, I used vegetable oil as the instructions suggested. This time, I put 2 Tbsp of oil and used 2 oz of kernels, thinking the oil would coat more of the popcorn and not burn. IT STILL BURNED!! I even turned off the unit as the popcorn was slowing on popping, but by that time it was burning. Needless to say, I returned it to the store the next day after I'd just received it and got a refund. I love the look of the popcorn maker and the concept, but it burns the popcorn everytime. I usually make popcorn on the stove and thought this would be a great way to make popcorn, boy was I dissapointed. I will go back to the stove method. At least with it I have more control on the temperature and the popcorn won't burn!! December 15, 2012