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KEEN Kids Terradora II Mid WP Boot 8 Magnet Bluebird
Features of the KEEN Kids' Terradora II Mid WP Boot Lightweight Performance mesh Upper Lace-lock bungee system children's and tots' sizes have adjustable hook-and-loop closure Quick-dry lining for active use Removable EVA insole with arch support for all-day comfort EVA Midsole for lightweight cushioning Higher-traction rubber Outsole Integrated heel support structure Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Eco anti-odor for natural odor control PFC-free durable water repellent
Amazon Customer: before I got this I would pop with both, a pan and microwave to get better quality than the bags, but was messy and took longer than the stir crazy.Plug it in, add oil and popcorn, 5-6 minuets later you have a bowl full of corn.I don't eat out of this bowl as I have a big silver bowl that I use, keeps this one a little cleaner, and this bowl seems fragile to be carrying around the house.
Amazon Customer: The West Bend Stir Crazy popcorn popper is the best electric popcorn popper on the market, in my opinion, and I've owned others. I bought one at Target about three years ago. Somehow the cord got separated from the popcorn popper (a word to the wise. . . place the cord inside the popcorn popper to store! I make caramel popcorn at Christmastime, and when I got my popcorn popper out to make the caramel popcorn last week, the cord had gotten separated from the popcorn popper. Time was of the essence. Amazon to the rescue. I ordered a replacement popcorn popper. I'll find that cord one day and then I'll have two popcorn poppers:-) The West Bend Stir Crazy Popcorn Popper makes great popcorn. I prefer it over the air popper I used to use before switching to the Stir Crazy.
Amazon Customer: I was very interested in having popcorn without all of the chemical additives in microwave products. Difficult task???? Apparently so. I ordered this product twice, both times Amazon sent it without padding and the plastic base of the popper was broken. Stove top models cannot be used on a smooth ceramic cooktop. That leaves me one option: I am going to go back to using my old hot air popper and dodge the kernels that pop all over the place. Who would have thought making popcorn the old-fashioned way would be such a pain??????
Amazon Customer: It's quite simple: add oil, add kernels, snap the bowl in place, plug the machine in, and wait! Nearly all of the kernels are popped in the end without anything getting burned.I love that once your popcorn is ready, you simply snap the cover on top of the vented portion of the lid, flip the machine over, PRESTO! Your popcorn is ready to go in a bowl. It really doesn't get any simpler than that.I've read that other people have had problems with their machines breaking after one or two uses... my boyfriend and I have been using ours very frequently for the past year (on average, once a week), and it still works like a charm.The two complaints that I have:1) The black lid that snaps onto the bowl to prevent oil/butter/salt/toppings from dripping down onto your lap or couch doesn't fit as well as I think it should. You have to really check to make sure it's on good and tight before you put anything onto your popcorn, and you should check to make sure it's still good to go before you set the bowl down on anything that might stain.2) The machine itself is rather difficult to clean. The bowl is simple enough, but the machine obviously can't be submerged in water. The mechanisms that turn to rotate and pop the corn can't be removed, so sometimes kernels and oil get stuck in places that are difficult to access in order to clean. However, I think this might be a problem that occurs with other electric poppers as well.Even with those two complaints, I would still buy this product again in a heartbeat!
Amazon Customer "The Chicken Lady": I had high hopes for this popper. I read other reviews about the stirring bar getting jammed so I bent mine up just a hair and didn't have too many issues with that. It doesn't pop all (or enough) of the kernels before starting to overcook the ones already popped. So you end up with a bunch of unpopped kernels in your bowl.Another issue I had with it is melting the butter. The corn is fully popped before the butter begins to melt. Some suggested putting the butter in the top and running it before putting the kernels in, but that is such a messy way because you have to remove the lid holding the melted butter in order to add the kernels. I just melted my butter in the microwave then poured it in the drip cup area after the kernels started to pop.It's such a mess to clean up too. I rarely use it because of all these issues. I would not recommend it to a friend.