Nostalgia Electrics Old Fashioned Kettle Corn Popper - Red- KPM-508
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Traditional hot oil popcorn popper with suspended kettle design. Modeled after the antique popcorn carts of the early 1900s.
• Just add popcorn, turn on machine and sit back and watch the action.
• Slide out popcorn drawer for easy serving.
• Black nostalgia look with gold lettering and detail.
• Easy to use. Fun to watch. Automatic action.
• Holds 2-ounces of kernels up to 1 gallon popped corn
• Red exterior.
•One year warranty
•17"H x 8.5W x 10.25D
The popcorn maker makes great popcorn!
This little machine does make great tasting 'movie theater' popcorn!
For the price, it is an outstanding bargain. Wonderful item for young kids to enjoy at a party!
The pop corn popper pops great. It would be nice if a scoop was included to get the popcorn out.The popcorn tastes great. It has good mechanical quality and I love the way it looks, especially lit up.
It works just fine!
I purchased this item as a gift for my husband and he was extremely thrilled. It makes popcorn just like he likes. I did think it would be a little bigger but it works great and I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Very good product. High Quality
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