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CM "cateyz": I am a popcorn nut, always striving to make the perfect popcorn. I special order movie theater popcorn from someplace in Idaho just to get the best. I have neither the money nor the space for a commercial corn popper (even the home versions of these are big and hundreds of dollars). When I read about the West Bend Stir Crazy, I had to try it. I can honestly say it makes the best home popped popcorn I have ever had. First of all, because of the stirring rod it requires significantly less oil, which is healthier. It pops a big batch very quickly and with almost no kernels left unpopped. I have even used grocery store popcorn on occasion with similar results.The machine is very easy to clean. I have had mine for a year and a half and it is still in excellent condition. I find that the vents on top do not melt the butter fast enough so I microwave my butter. The stirring rod also makes noise sometimes if it's not screwed on properly and has scratched a ring in the nonstick surface, but this has not interfered with performance so I don't worry about it. I bought one of these for my best friend last year and they loved it too, and this year I am buying one for my dad. The price may seem high, but it's worth it. This will probably be the last popcorn popper you ever need to buy! Trust me, airpopped and microwave popcorn do not compare! I make popcorn for everyone who visits and it always gets raves.
Colleen M. Schneider: This is our third purchase of the West Bend Stir Crazy popper. The first one we used so much that after years of use the motor just died. Our second one we had for a number of years and would have kept going strong if I had not accidentally dropped it and broke off a handle. There was no question that our replacement would be the same unit.This unit is great- consistent and easy to use and to clean. I put in my oil and popcorn, plug it in and go. You will have a full bowl of popcorn. I don't know that I have ever had unpopped corn. Now whether this is attributed to the popcorn (I usually buy Reddenbacher or Jolly Time) or it is due to the constant movement of the corn I'm not sure, but I have been nothing but pleased.I don't choose to put my butter in on top as it seemed to take a long time and I had butter left unmelted when I tried, so I normally microwave my butter and put it in last. That is a personal preference though.Some reviewers say the coating of the unit comes off. You do need to make sure that you do not have the stirring arm tighted down too tight, but that is just a screw in the middle and is an easy adjustment.Overall, our favorite popper. We make popcorn a couple times a week and love this unit. For the money, you will get a great product that will keep you in perfectly made popcorn for years to come!
Coral Reefer "C.R.": If you are tired of all taste the same micro popped corn and want to get a true popper than this unit is for you. The Stir Crazy leaves almost no unpopped kernels every time we use it. The small amount of time spent cleaning up ANY oil popper is well worth the bonus of great tasting popcorn. The Stir Crazy heats up and starts popping your corn in a very short amount of time. One note: Someone wrote a review stating that the stir arm scraped the coating off the bottom of the popper, they tightened the stir arm down too hard. This is something that they tell you NOT to do in the instruction manual! This popper gets 5 stars in my book, well worth the money for great tasting popcorn.
Crabigail Cassidy "Crabby Abby": I recently replaced an Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Popper which I owned for over a year with this Stir Crazy unit. Quite honestly, both poppers are so similar that they might be interchangeable except for their logos.Operation is easy. Plug the Stir Crazy into an electric socket, pour in the popping oil, add the popcorn, put on the lid on, and watch the magic happen. An arm rotates at the bottom of the popper which distributes the popcorn and effectively eliminates the need to shake the popcorn in hot oil. If you use the butter dispenser, the popcorn will be evenly coated with butter without getting soggy or excessively greasy.The unit is easy to clean after it has presumably cooled down after being unplugged. It is not submersible so I use dampened paper towels to clean and dry the unit. The bowl and lid need to be hand washed in warm, soapy water and air or hand dried.My only issue with this unit and my old Redenbacher popper is the plastic bowl. Because they are made of a hard plastic the bowls seem to be predisposed to hairline cracks. This unit's bowl already shows fracturing as did my old popper. The bowl just isn't particularly durable even when it is gently hand washed. This might not be a huge issue if the bowl wasn't essential to operation. While for me this isn't a deal breaker because this popper makes really good popcorn, it would be nice if they could come up with a sturdier bowl.Overall, this is a nice popper that is reasonably priced.
C. Rust: I've used this popcorn popper just once so far, and it was very easy and straightforward to use and to clean up afterwards. I've never been a fan of the taste of microwave popcorn so am always looking for a good popper. Since this is so easy to use, pops quickly, and provides good results, I'll be using it for awhile.