Model # OFP-501

Internet #202018370

Nostalgia Vintage Collection Hot Air Popcorn Maker


Vintage Collection Hot Air Popcorn Maker

$30.89 /each

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The Nostalgia OFP501 Vintage Collection 12-cup Hot Air Popcorn Maker is a replica of the old-fashioned, street-corner popcorn stands of the early 1900s and is a table-top sized party pleaser. In just minutes, family and friends can enjoy the taste of freshly popped popcorn! Its electric popping system uses hot air instead of oil, producing a light and healthy snack. This popcorn maker comes with a measuring cap that assures the proper amount of kernels are used in each batch. Enjoy the fresh taste of hot popcorn in minutes!

  • Pops up to 12-cups of popcorn per batch
  • Healthy, oil-free popping
  • Includes measuring cap to ensure proper amount of kernels used
  • Unique popping chamber design creates swirling airflow that results in fewer unpopped kernels
  • Convenient countertop size
  • ETL listed

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I bought this from a yard sale without instructions. .how dovi use it and do i put oil or butter salt in tge canister? ?

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The unit uses hot air only to pop, don't use oil! Preheat the unit for 2 minutes, turn off, then fill top lid with popcorn, 6 tbsp. Pour popcorn into top of unit, turn back on and begin popping. Place a bowl under the top housing shute to collect popped popcorn. Add butter and salt if desired.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As fun to make as it is to eat I love this old fashioned style popcorn popper. One feature I love is that it does not use oil. The popcorn is popped by hot air instead of oil. Much healthier for you and the popcorn tastes delicious. I popped some last night and the aroma through out the house smelled so good. Smelled like I just walked into a movie theater..ha. For the 5 of us we cooked two batches and there was none left in the bowl. I thought I would have some left over but it went fast. So that would tell you the popcorn was quite tasty. We did sprinkle a bit of sea salt and a bit of melted butter (was not real butter though) over the popcorn and man it was delicious. I had not had any popcorn in a long time. The Popcorn Stand really works great and it is fun to watch. We used a big bowl to catch the popcorn and it all went right into the bowl. None of it flew out anywhere so did not have to pick up popcorn everywhere. The clear plastic shoot on the front keeps it going right in the bowl. Everyone loved the taste of the popcorn. This popcorn popper will be nice for when my great nieces and nephews come in. They will love watching it and better still eating it. We used the measuring cup like it said it that was a nice feature to know exactly how much to use. After we poured the popcorn kernels into the popcorn maker all we did was plug it in and that was all. So easy. I remember as a kid our mother would stand at the stove and shake the pot until the popcorn was made. This popcorn maker is so easy to use. I love anything that is quick and easy in the kitchen and this popcorn maker rates right up there. We can now fix healthy snacks fast. The Popcorn Popper looks cute sitting on our island in the kitchen. Several people have said they need to get one of those. Well if you love popcorn to snack on I would recommend taking a look at this Vintage Popcorn Maker. Measurments are 16 3/4 inches high - 7 1/4 inches wide and 9 1/2 inches depth. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Healty Popping! Nostalgia Vintage Hot Air Pop Corn Maker is a healthy alternative for making pop corn. It works very well out of the box. The steps to popping are different. Start machine, run 2 minutes, shut off machine, add corn and turn machine back on. The popping starts fast. It only takes a couple of minutes to fill bowl. There was some un- popped kernels in the bowl. Good machine for the money, it looks Great and fun to use. August 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Popcorn just OK OK, I've had 2 previous hot air popcorn makers and both were disappointing. This new unit isn't much better. If you like dry, flavorless popcorn, then this unit is for you. The popcorn is so dry, salt won't stick to it without buttering it first. If you have to do that, then you'd be better off using microwave popcorn. Yes, the popcorn it makes is healthier for you, but I prefer taste over health when it comes to popcorn. It only pops six tablespoons of popcorn at a time, then must wait fifteen minutes before popping again, a real negative. Also, a lot of popcorn gets caught in the popping chamber and top housing so you must physically tilt and shake the unit to free the stuck popcorn so it will fall into the bowl, another negative. This is one of the few products I have ever given a bad review to and couldn't recommend. August 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work at all This product didn't function at all and as soon as I purchased it, it started to smoke heavily and then just broke. When we took it to the store to return, I found out they only sell it onilne, so they couldn't replace it. February 25, 2015
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