Severin PC 3751 Popcorn Maker Reviews
Product Type: Severin electrical appliances
Description:Brand: Severin / Type: Popcorn maker / Short name: Severin PC 3751
Newest Review: ... it until you load it up with loads of sugar. after they are cooked. I was surprised to notice that it came with a non-uk 2 ... more
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Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
Customer Severin PC 3751 Popcorn Maker Reviews (4)
by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 186 readings)
I love popcorn! Salty and buttery and delicious... I'm also always conscious that my weight isn't brill, and having fibro I can't indulge too much or it just goes up because I'm not as active as most people are. So the ultimate answer to being able to eat popcorn without cramming calories and fat down my neck is to own a popcorn maker. Now the first one I had was quite a cheap Argos branded one, and it lasted me a few years. It did however give up the ghost a little over a year ago, and when I looked around to replace it this seemed to be a good option. This particular popcorn maker costs around £20-£30 depending on where you buy it (Amazon have it at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 206 readings)
I bought this popcorn maker mainly for the kids benefit as I thought they would enjoy making their own popcorn and I could be sure what was going in to it as the bags of cinema sweet popcorn we used to buy are filled to the brim with sugar. Plus I remember trying to make popcorn in a pan years ago and ended up burning most of what I made so I assumed that buying a little machine for making it would be easier. The severin popcorn maker cost me £24.99 which I didn't think was bad as I had been looking at some popcorn makers which were priced at nearly double this amount. When the popcorn maker arrived I was initially disappointed with how small it was as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/12 (Useful, 153 readings)
Another small and cheap impulse purchase for the family, but a well used one at that. The oddly named Severin popcorn maker is a little smaller than I had imagined, but didn't really mind, besides it will easily feed a couple of mouths in one go. It doesn't use oil to cook the popcorn, which makes it a little healthier unlike the microwavable bags - well that it until you load it up with loads of sugar. after they are cooked. I was surprised to notice that it came with a non-uk 2 pin shaver plug, so had to get an adapter so I could use it in our UK sockets, that's a pain. When in use it heats up very quickly in 2 minutes you pop the kernels into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/11 (Useful, 143 readings)
This is a decent popcorn maker which makes delicious fresh, unburnt popcorn. It does it fast and the cup that you put on top melts butter and mesures the popcorn well. It's quite small and well-built, but comes with a french plug and no adapter is supplied (if bought from Amazon). I love to melt butter and put the popcorn, melted butter and some salt into a container and shake, to make lovely buttery and salty popcorn as a treat (it's very unhealthy with butter and salt). The only problem is, the fan blows out quite a lot of unpopped kernels into the bowl. It's either wasted popcorn or more effort to re-pop the unpopped ones. And just a word of ... Read the complete review
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