Princess Candy Floss Maker Reviews
Product Type: Princess electrical appliances
Description:Small kitchen electro type: Floss Maker / Turns a single spoonful of sugar into candy floss in minutes! Silverspray finish / Suction cup feet for stability / Large dishwasher-safe bowl / Measuring scoop and sticks included / 450 Watts / Unique candy floss ... more
Newest Review: ... on the bottom of the base for added stability during usage. It is important that the machine is set up as per the enclosed ... more
Customer Princess Candy Floss Maker Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/11/08 (Very useful, 555 readings)
For once this gadget arriving had nothing to do with me. My two sons spotted this on holidays for £11.99 and asked if they could buy it with some of their holiday money, obviously I love silly gadgets so after a pretend moment of hmming I said yes as long as you clean it. They both immediately agreed and our newest toy was unceremoniously dumped in the boot awaiting the long journey home. The night after arriving home the boys excitedly emptied out the box to find a silver main body for the machine, a rotating disk and an enormous silver coloured plastic bowl with the centre missing, a measuring spoon, and some wooden candyfloss sticks. When I say enormous ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Ever since I was a child I've always had a soft spot for candy floss, every fair we went to I had to have some. When I saw this candy floss maker advertised in the catalog we had lying around the house I didn't feel like I had any option but to purchase it! The machine only cost me £12 at the time, which felt like a great bargain seeing as at the cinema you pay over £2 for a small tub of candy floss and I can have unlimited for only £12. This machine is very simple to use and set up. It consists of three components, the base with the attached plug and switch, the bowl and the spinning centre. All you have to do when setting up is place the spinning centre on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/09 (Very useful, 173 readings)
I got this candyfloss maker for christmas this year, as i'm still a big kid and I couldn't resist the idea of making my own candyfloss whenever I wanted :-) So.. The machine comes wrapped in the packaging along with the instructions. It is so easily assembled and only take a few seconds. It did look pretty complicated , but I give it a go anyway. You get a little spoon with the unit to put the sugar into.. All you need is standard sugar that you have at home.. ~I know.. how unhealthy is this~ You let the unit heat for a few minutes, There is a spinning devise in the middle that turns very fast and heats at the same time. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
In our house this item comes out at certain times of the year: Birthdays, Halloween and Bonfire Night. It is extremely popular at such events with my own children, nephews and nieces - and indeed with a great many others who seem to gravitate towards our home at Halloween once they know little bags of candy floss are being distributed from our door. The product is mains operated and there are basically 2 parts to it - the base part from which the candy is spun and the large plastic bowl which catches the fine fronds of candy as they emerge. The plastic bowl fits onto the base with little slots that must be aligned up so the bowl does not shift about when the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
My brother was kind enough to buy me this for Christmas last year and it's provided me with a great deal of fun throughout the year! The candyfloss maker requires part assembling before you're ready to use it but the instructions are easy to follow and clipping the guard on etc is really straight forward and easy to do. The maker is mains powered and so you must have a flat surface to sit it and somewhere to plug it in. The kitchen worktop seems the logical choice! The kit comes complete with candy floss sticks and a scoop for measuring out sugar. The unit must be switched on initially in order to preheat and once switched on the central part of ... Read the complete review
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