Dimensions (Overall): 12.83 inches (H) x 5.51 inches (W) x 7.87 inches (D)
Weight: 2.92 pounds
Capacity (Volume): 15 cup
Kernel Capacity: 15 cup
Wattage Output: 300 watts
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 072-04-0814
Pop healthier popcorn with just hot air! The Cuisinart EasyPop Hot Air Popcorn Maker is exceptionally easy to use. Just pour kernels into the popping chamber without oil and hot air will send up to 15 cups of popcorn out of the chute right into a waiting bowl in under 3 minutes! Also features a butter-warming tray for a richer treat. All removable parts are dishwasher safe.
Great machine! Doesn’t really take much space, makes much healthier and better popcorn than microwave. The best part was watching my kids’ wow reaction when the kernels started to pop and overflow down into a large bowl. It does get really hot which is understandable and caution is advised. Perfect family movie night addition for my family, definitely adds an extra movie experience.
This was a disappointing purchase, I'm sorry to say. I've always loved my Cuisinart small appliances for their sturdiness and fine looks. This popper is beautiful and made of good materials. I've used it 5 or 6 times, and each time it spews out around 25% of the kernels unpopped. I've experimented with using smaller or larger amounts of kernels but get the same results. The worst thing is that my organic, healthy popcorn pops with such force that it blows the clear plastic top right off of the machine! It's not as much fun as you might think: kernels and popped corn all over the counter top and floor. Not fun to clean up. The kernels that pop are fluffy and big. But I used to have an old fashioned Presto air popper that i used for around 20 years. It was the perfect popper and made between 500 and 1,000 large bowls of perfect popcorn every time for many, many years. I got rid of it because the plastic top was cracked and the plastic had turned yellow from so much hot use -- still usable, tho. It had a base that was between 2 and 3 " taller than this Cuisinart, which helps only popped kernels to blow out, and not so many unpopped ones. I used a small steel wool pad (lets the hot air blow through it) under the Cuisinart to tilt it backward a few degrees as I had seen in some of the reviews, and that reduced the unpopped kernels to around 20%. I'm pretty sure the base should be at least 2" taller. Can't help but wonder who designs these inferior air poppers? It couldn't be anyone who loves popcorn -- and their teeth! I've noticed that other Cuisinart products made these last few years are also cheaply made, in my opinion. What's the use of mass producing inferior products that only become landfill after a short amount of time? Sorry to say, I feel really let down by products that used to be so good, but have now forced us to become used to inferior quality, and we may never again know how good and dependable our small appliances can be.