Prima PDP100 Duck Popcorn Maker Reviews
Product Type: Prima electrical appliances
Description:Model ID PDP100 / Manufacturer: Prima / Type: Popcorn Maker
Newest Review: ... me a very happy girl because I hate waiting around. Using the machine is almost as easy as it was to set up, you just need ... more
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Customer Prima PDP100 Duck Popcorn Maker Reviews (5)
by - written on 09/09/12 (Very useful, 336 readings)
As a family we have a collection of novelty household appliances like candy grabbers, candy floss machine and this lovely duck shaped popcorn maker. This popcorn maker was originally bought for my sister however it was soon adopted by all of the family members and has just become a shared thing over the years. The reason we bought this was mainly because it was a duck and we found that quite amusing, however the price was just £20! This was at a slight discount but I for one think that is a great price for a household appliance with such a great novelty aspect. The machine is very easy to assemble, mainly because it's practically already assembled in the box! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/11 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Recently I had a desire to purchase a popcorn maker as I love popcorn but don't particularly like the thought of cooking it in oil. So I was looking around and saw this fantastic looking duck popcorn maker, and so I eventually put in some bids on ebay and won one for around £12 incl. postage (they normally go for around £20 excl. postage on ebay but I'd been bidding on some for a few weeks and ended up searching for 'duck popcorn maker' instead of 'prima duck popcorn maker' which made all the difference). I didn't really want to pay anything over £25 for it, and even now that I've got it, I don't think it's worth paying over the top for it. Mine's a second hand one and .. Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/12 (Very useful, 179 readings)
This is a very fun but useful little gadget. Everyone nowadays pops their popcorn in the microwave but i find this to not be the easiest way. I hate having to stand in front of a mini nuclear reactor with my face pressed up against the glass listening for the popping to slow down to a minimum as recommended on those bags of microwave popcorn. If I have problems becoming a father in the future I'll know it's a result of my popcorn popping practices in my youth. More times than not I don't stop the microwave soon enough and end up with bitter scorched and even burned popcorn. Or on the other end of the scale I open the door too soon to try and prevent the cremated popcorn . Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
I have had this popcorn maker for a couple of years now and i am yet to see another one as great and fun looking as this one. Not only does it make tasty, fat-free popcorn ina matter of minutes but it looks really great in your kitchen and is fun to make aswell! I think i bought this in Argos and i'm not sure how much it was but i doubt it was more than 20 or 30 quid because i wouldn't have bought it if it was!! Argos dont appear to sell them anymore but they are still available on amazon or ebay. ~Appearance~ The popcorn maker is obviously shaped like a duck it is very brightly coloured with yellow feet, a white body with red bow tie ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Useful, 75 readings)
My daughter loves popcorn and so do I, yet I always found the microwave stuff either under or overcooked and either too dry or too greasy. So after some searching on a well known website, my daughter shouted out 'Duck! Mummy look a duck!' (she's 3) and this one was added to our basket. I think it cost around the £25 mark. It consists of the base, which contains the on/off switch, power cord and handle, and the top part (the actual face) which clips onto the bottom and lets the popcorn out through the mouth. Then the hat sits on top (obviously) and stops the popcorn/kernals coming out the top. The hat also doubles up as a measuring cup for the kernals. It is ... Read the complete review
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