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Brownells Srh 104 Pro Spring Kit For The Super Redhawk Kit S
Kit includes (3) different reduced power hammer springs; 9 lb. 10 lb. and 12 lb. (factory is 14 lb.) plus (2) reduced power trigger springs 10 lb. and 12 lb. (factory is 15 lb.). Mfg: Brownells SPECS: RP = Reduced Power XP = Extra Power FSW = Factory Standard Weight.
e: i never made popcorn because within 30 seconds of turning it on the whole kitchen stunk like the smell that comes from burning a teflon coated empty pan!i immediatly unplugged it and put it outside, and felt sick for hours! dont even think of buying it unless you want to poison yourself!im not certain but i believe it has some nonstick coating. either way im certain it stunk of chemicals and certain it made me illFYI:"Conventional non-stick cookware is achieved through a coating of PTFE (PolyTetraFluoroEthylene), a synthetic substance that has waxy properties. At very high temperatures, PTFE begins to decompose and release fumes which are documented to be lethal to birds and small pets, and which can be harmful to humans. In addition, traditional pans incorporating PTFE are manufactured with the aid of PFOA (PerFluoroOctanoic Acid), which the EPA has classified as a 'persistent pollutant of the environment'"i hope amazon boycotts this product from being sold on its website!
Elayne M. Johnson "Critic 54": This popcorn popper pops all the kernals!! I love it! I don't use the top for butter as it doesn't melt the butter enough to go all over the popcorn. I could melt it and when it is almost done...pour it in where the butter would sit.
Elphy 2: I would give this five stars if I didn't have to clean it. It takes longer to clean than to make popcorn. But it does make really good popcorn. I got the theater type oil and topping and the gourmet corn to go with it and it made a great combination. I doubt I would go back to microwave popcorn unless cleaning the Stir Crazy really gets old.Popper came from Amazon and corn and oils came from another source....and they both arrived the same day. I was eating popcorn before the UPS guy got out of the driveway.
engk916 "engk916": I bought this popper based on recommendation of a popcorn fanatic friend who owns the same model. Reading the amazon reviews I knew to watch and make sure the stirring rods did not scrape the bottom out of the box. Easy, right? Well, following the directions I added the cup of corn and recommended oil to the bottom. The motor was so weak that the stirring rods could not stir the popcorn. I gently wiggled the bottom using the handles hoping to keep the kernels from burning and the handle came off in my hand. Without the handle, it was nearly impossible to flip over the popped corn into the cover/bowl. We had many unpopped kernels. Our friends were mystified as to how we ended up with such a lousy machine, as they use theirs 2-3 times a week and it works perfectly.I can not recommend this machine unless you have an easy way of exchanging it for one that works properly. Personally I have better things to do with my time, so I'm switching to a hand-crank stovetop model.
Erica Reid: I purchased this to replace my Whirley Pop I have had for over a year because my boyfriend stole it. Once he had real popcorn he couldn't go back to microwave but he's too cheap to purchase his own. Anyhow, I read the reviews, all the bad ones as well, and still made my purchase and I am glad I did. The popcorn popped up with little to no old maids and that's a huge plus. My only gripe is the Orville Redenbacher's White Popcorn I purchased but it's not the poppers fault. I give this a five and recommend to everyone!