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Amazon Basics Electric Can Opener, Black

$16.98  in stock
as of May 10, 2024 8:50 pm


MaterialStainless Steel
BrandAmazon Basics
Blade MaterialStainless Steel
Product Dimensions8"W x 4.4"H
Item Weight2.03 Pounds
Operation ModeAutomatic
Item Weight2.03 pounds
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberCO4400-UL-B
Best Sellers Rank#784 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #5 in Electric Can Openers
Date First AvailableNovember 7, 2019

  • Electric can opener for opening standard-sized cans
  • Powerful stainless steel blade smoothly and safely opens cans with no snagging
  • Automatic stop, on/off, and release/locking mechanisms
  • Wide, non-slip base keeps the opener in place on your countertop
  • Magnetic lid holder prevents lid from dropping into the can
  • Modern, compact design with durable plastic housing

Crock-Pot 7 Quart Oval Manual Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel (SCV700-S-BR)

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as of May 10, 2024 8:50 pm


ColorStainless Steel
Product Dimensions16.9"D x 11.8"W x 10.4"H
Capacity7 Quarts
Wattage825 watts
Item Weight12.55 Pounds
Is Dishwasher SafeYes
Voltage220 Volts
Control MethodTouch
Control TypeManual
Number of settings3
Controller Typemanual
Item Weight12.55 pounds
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberSCV700-S-BR
Best Sellers Rank#20 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #1 in Slow Cookers
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004

  • Spacious 7 quart manual slow cooker serves 9 plus people or fits a 7 pounds; Roast
  • Set cooking time to high and get a hot meal in no time or set it on low and tonight’s dinner can cook while you’re at work. Auto cut off: Yes it goes to warm
  • Keep food at an ideal serving temperature for as long as you need to with the convenient warm setting
  • One pot cooking means there are less dishes to clean, plus the lid and removable stoneware are dishwasher safe. Removable oval stoneware
  • All Crock Pot Slow Cooker removable stone inserts (without lid) may be used safely in the microwave and the oven set up to 400°F; If you own another slow cooker brand, please refer to your owner’s manual for specific crockery cooking medium tolerances. Note: Do not use abrasive cleaning compounds or scouring pads

Amazon Basics 2 Slice, Extra-Wide Slot Toaster with 6 Shade Settings, Black & Silver

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as of May 10, 2024 8:50 pm


Product Dimensions10.62 x 6.1 x 7.67 inches
Item Weight2.17 pounds
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberKT-3680
Best Sellers Rank#627 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #8 in Toasters
Date First AvailableDecember 20, 2017

  • 2-slice toaster for toasting 1 or 2 slices of bread at a time
  • 6 shade settings accommodate individual preferences
  • Extra-wide slots for bagels and thicker slices; each slot measures 5-1/4 inches long by 1-1/4 inches wide
  • Bagel setting for toasting just the cut side; Frozen setting for defrosting bread; Cancel function ends the session at any time; buttons illuminate to indicate selected settings
  • Extra-lift lever for safely removing smaller pieces
  • 37-inch power cord (when routed out the back); cord wrap when not in use
  • Removable crumb tray (located in the back) for easy cleaning
  • Product Dimensions: approximately 11 x 6.5 x 7.5 inches (LxWxH)

DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature - Aqua, 5.5 Inch (DEC005AQ)

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Product Dimensions7.5"L x 6"W x 6"H
Item Weight1 Pounds
Capacity14 ounces
Is ElectricYes
Item Weight1 pounds
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberDEC005AQ
Best Sellers Rank#29 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #1 in Egg Cookers
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2015

  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is the ORIGINAL (and most trusted) egg cooker on the market, for perfect eggs, your way, EVERY TIME, we guarantee it.
  • SIX EGG CAPACITY: Cook up to 6 eggs in soft, medium, or hard boiled firmness, while saving time and water. Eggs come out consistently perfect with shell easy to peel, and clean up is snap.
  • VERSATILE: This is the PERFECT appliance for picky eaters, large families, or those who have busy schedules. Hard boiled eggs, soft boiled eggs, poached eggs, scrambled eggs, individual omelets, and all within minutes of the push start button - it couldn't be easier.
  • COMPACT plus LIGHTWEIGHT: Weighing 1lb, the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is your MUST-HAVE for that first apartment, smaller kitchen, college dorm life, or camper/rv traveling. Plus, its sleek design and trendy color options will accent any kitchen space (bonus all included accessories fit inside, taking up even LESS space).
  • INCLUDES: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker includes a poaching tray, omelet tray, 6 egg holder tray, measuring cup, recipe book and recipe database access (all non-electric parts are dishwasher safe).

Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Portable Fast, Electric Hot Water Kettle for Tea and Coffee, Automatic Shut Off, 1 Liter, Black and Sliver

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as of May 10, 2024 8:50 pm


BrandAmazon Basics
ColorBlack and Sliver
Special FeatureAutomatic Shut-Off
Package InformationKettle
Finish TypeStainless Steel
Product Dimensions8"L x 5.52"W x 7.88"H
Included Componentskettle bottom
Product Care InstructionsWipe clean, Hand wash
Cable Length30 Inches
Model Namekettle1
Item Weight1.73 Pounds
Item Weight1.73 pounds
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberMK-M110A1A
Best Sellers Rank#154 in Our Brands (See Top 100 in Our Brands) #3 in Electric Kettles
Date First AvailableSeptember 18, 2017

  • Electric kettle with a 1-liter cordless stainless-steel carafe
  • Quickly heats water; great for making herbal tea, hot chocolate, instant soups, and more
  • Handle stays cool to the touch
  • Safety includes auto shut-off and boil dry protection
  • 1500 watt heating element
  • Water window for precise filling
  • Removable filter for easy cleaning; BPA-free food-contact materials
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.5 x 7.9 inches (LxWxH); 30-inch power cord with under-base cord wrap


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  1. Excelente solo le falta una luz que indique que está encendida

  2. It does what it’s supposed to do. What you need to know is, there are lots of variables involved in getting the boiled egg you like. It’s a matter of trial and error until you figure it out.– size of egg matters; the bigger the egg, the more water & time it’s going to need (more than it says)– temperature of egg matters; whether it’s lukewarm from the hen-house or just out of a cold fridge– your personal take on what “soft,” “medium,” and “hard” is supposed to be likeI started off with an Extra Large “Country Hen” brand egg (just one egg) and filled the little cup to exactly the “medium” mark. I did not puncture the egg. It steamed for around 4 minutes and the music came on. I turned off the music and let it sit in the unit another 30 seconds, then transferred it to a bowl of cold water for one minute, then started peeling it. I got most of the peel off one-third of the egg and was having trouble getting the peel off. Then I realized the egg was really, really squishy and not cooked. So, I deposited the partly peeled egg back in the unit and filled the cup to the “soft” setting this time. At the end of 2 minutes the music went off and I could see that the white of the egg looked a little firmer, so I removed the egg (with a potholder) and tried peeling it again; it was still kind of squishy. I repeated this last process one more time, filling the cup to “soft” and then was able to peel the egg; still a little difficult to peel but I was finally able to slide a spoon under the egg’s membrane and got it loose. The photo is what it looked like after I placed the egg on toast and chopped it up. All I can say is it’s an egg, and it came out the way I intended it, but I need to figure out the water measurement better next time so I didn’t have to go through all that rigamarole. I provide this description of what I did for others who find that their egg is not quite cooked enough; you can stick it back in the unit and cook it some more! It works.As for the unit itself, there are a lot of things I really like about it:– The overall shape is pleasantly round, and not bulbous or squarish like some of them. It’s more organic looking with roundy legs and not stick-like legs.– The cord is white, not black like some other brands, and blends in better with my kitchen counter. It’s not super long, but it’s long enough.– I got the yellow one and I’m really pleased with the color; it’s the same soft color as a cooked egg yolk, and not glaringly yellow.– The top part of the unit can be secured onto the bottom part by turning the top so that it “locks” with the bottom part; the instructions say not to do that, though, while it’s cooking. But this makes it easier to lift the unit together with its top and parts inside it, instead of having separate pieces that can fall off. Some of the other brands don’t have this feature.– The unit only cooks 6 eggs at a time, not 7 like most, but that’s fine with me because I only need to cook eggs for one or two people.– The fact that it only does 6 eggs means that the center of the egg holder is free for a little spindle that can be placed there before cooking so you can lift the entire egg tray up and move it to cold water. Other brands don’t have that.– The alarm is pleasantly musical and not too loud, unlike some other brands with a loud buzzer that knocks you off your feet.Cons:– The measuring cup is not marked with ink, just raised indicators same color as the clear plastic. You have to hold it up to the light to see how much you’re putting in there. I may order a better measuring cup for teaspoons, tablespoons, and ounces.Anyhow, I think I’ve gotten the best egg cooker available. The price is right, the unit is cute, it works, even if you flub up and have to keep putting the egg back in there, even partially peeled, it will still cook you an egg. And mine came out just fine even with all that fuss. I plan on getting better at it.I will report back if I come up with more tips.Update after 5 uses: I decided to punch a hole in the end of the egg, and this does seem to make it just a little easier to peel. I’m using Extra Large eggs, and it definitely takes a lot more water (= longer time). I’ve filled the cup to the “Hard” level, as well as a little above that, and the egg comes out more like soft/medium-boiled (but not runny). I don’t leave it in the machine; I take it right out and lower it into a bowl of water with ice cubes for a minute. Every morning I can look forward to an egg now, without the hassle of getting out pots and pans and trying to guess how long the egg is going to take or winding up with a harder or softer egg.

  3. Me encanta que sea tan sencillo abrir una lata, literalmente solo tienes que sostener la lata solo un segundo y después la sueltas y hace todo el trabajo, también tiene abrelatas y afila cuchillos 10/10

  4. We have tried a few different types of slow cooker this is one of the best. We use it all the time. The size is perfect and it does a great job.

  5. I bought this kettle because we are renovating our kitchen so I will be without a stove for a while. I did some research before buying to make sure I had what I needed and that I didn’t pay too much knowing I might not keep it for a long time. This kettle is great, it boils water fast, nice and small (1 litre), automatically turns off when water is boiling and looks great. I like that it’s stainless steel and not plastic. I might even keep using it once our renovations are done.

  6. When I first used it, I had to slam the lever down to get it to stay down. After a few uses, it is working better, now. I don’t know what the lighter settings are for, as I am having to use setting 5 (out of 6) to get a decent toast/color on my bagels. (I bought this toaster specifically for bagels as I have a 70-year-old toaster for toasting regular bread. It works great, but the slots are too narrow for bagels.) The nicest thing about this toaster is that it toasts the bagels so evenly. No light areas, no burned areas. It toasts uniformly across the surface of the bagel. You wouldn’t think that would be too hard to accomplish, but this is the first modern toaster I have had in many years that does such a good job in this respect.HOWEVER, LATER… I finally got around to trying this toaster with, well, toast. That didn’t go so well. The best description I can give is that the toaster seems to be stuck in the ‘BAGEL’ mode. The toast is very well toasted on the side that faces the center heating elements while the side of the toast facing the outer heating elements is hardly toasted at all. I am going to return this toaster, and may order another one, hoping that this one I have may just be defective…

  7. Ok, I really love love LOVE cooking with my CrockPot (as much as my Le Crueset cookware). It makes great stews, sauces, chilis, soups etc. I had the original round 4 qt CrockPot that was awesome but a bit too small, so I knew what I was getting, both the good and the not so good.Let’s start off with the not so good (which existed with EVERY low cost Rival CrockPot I ever owned):1. They refuse to add an one-off light which tells you that the unit is on. You need to relax on touching it or seeing that the knob is turned to hi or low. This caused a slight problem when I had a short in the outlet of the last unit…you’d think it was on, but the plug was loose and works need a jiggle. My fault, but a light world be nice to verify from a distance that the unit was”on”2. For some weird reason, they only put three legs on the base of this unit instead of four, so it could be a tiny bit tippy if you push down on the front. I don’t plan on doing that, and since I’m the one using it, that’s fine. Not a deal breaker.3. As with my last unit, the back of the cooker container(where the plug is) gets a bit hotter than the the sides and front, so after a few hours, I know that with thicker sauces and chilis, it will sorta stick to that area/sorta burn (not really burn badly, just a definite hot spot area, about an inch or so, that cooks hotter). I solve it by stirring every few hours or turning the pot, sorta like turning a mattress every few months. Wish it didn’t do this, but no big deal to me.4. The outside of the unit (anywhere that’s metal) gets REALLY hot. Do not touch it. The plastic handles stay cool. And don’t wrap a towel or anything around it (for insulation ) or you will burn out the unit. Again, this is something I’m already aware of, I don’t have kids and my cat has enough sense to not go hear it. So no it’s fine for me. For those with small children etc, you may want to go with a pricier unit that is better insulated and stays chill on the outside.5. Although this unit has a low and high setting, I really can’t tell the difference. After a few hours, whatever in cooking is still boiling around the sides at both settings. I’m assuming the low heats stuff up to the same temp, but cycles less frequently (stay off longer). I dunno. If I’m not home, I leave on low all day and it’s ready when I get home. If I’m home, I start stuff on high and, after three hours, I then put on low until I’m ready to eat. I don’t think I ever used the warm setting.Again, this is all stuff I was already aware of and willing to live with….. I know how to work with this unit. So the bottom line is that while I sorta wish they could fix some of the easier things (the light, the legs), I absolutely love the unit and the low cost. And this bigger size is perfect to make a meal that lasts for three days, the last day leftovers gets added to my Leftovers Soup™

  8. I bought an electric kettle on Amazon a while back, a 1.7 liter size, that didn’t work out for us. We have a small kitchen and it was too wide to fit the storage spot where we were planning to keep it when it not in use. It went back to Amazon.So, I went hunting for a one-liter kettle last week that would fit. Amazon had a handful of options, but I thought this stainless steel version would probably be our best bet. (They also have a glass-side version of this kettle. It’s pretty, but I didn’t think glass was a good idea for us.) We’re very pleased with it.This kettle literally fits the spot, which is about 6″ wide, 8″ deep and 8+ inches tall, and it has everything we were looking for: It is fairly sturdy, sits on an included base unit that plugs into a nearby outlet, has a simple on/off switch that you push down to start heating the kettle, turns itself off with an audible click when it comes to a full, rolling boil, and the kettle handle stays cool, so it’s easy to pour into a coffee or tea cup. Looks nice, too!It takes about two minutes to boil 10 ounces of water for the coffee cup I make tea in, the same amount of time my microwave takes, a bit more than two minutes to heat half a liter, but it is slower than boiling a liter of water on our induction cooktop. This kettle takes 4-1/2 minutes to boil a full liter of water, where our (Frigidaire Gallery) induction range does the job in 3-1/2 minutes.The thing about the boiling water in a saucepan is it’s not as easy to pour . . . and every stovetop kettle I looked is bigger than that 1.7 liter kettle I sent back to Amazon.So, Yay! Nice kettle. I think it’s time for a nice cup of tea.PROS:* Looks sharp, boils water.* Simple to operate.* Viewing window lets you see how much water you’ve put in it.* A push button and hinge on the top of the handle pops the top of the kettle open so you can fill it.* Sits on a power base that stays put when you pick the kettle up to fill or pour it. (Older kettles you had to unplug the cord.)*The kettle handle stays cool, as does the bottom of the kettle if you want to set it down at the breakfast table.* Smaller footprint than other kettles I looked at. So, if you are tight on kitchen storage space, this might be exactly what you’re looking for.* $25.CONS:* None I could come up with.

  9. A little slow but no big deal. Without question, you need to break it in with good ventilation as suggested, the fumes were appalling, but after running 6 cycles they were gone. Cord storage built in. A great deal at the price

  10. Right after I bought this, I got sick and ended up making a lot of tea. I’ve always made tea in the microwave just because I don’t have a lot of room for single-function appliances. However, I like this kettle better than the microwave. It takes a similar amount of time, but it gets the water to a perfect boil. For herbal tea I let the water sit for a minute or two before steeping, which works out fine. I love how simple it is with its automatic shutoff. To me it is slightly loud; I wouldn’t use it at my desk in a quiet office or anything. But for home use that doesn’t matter. I like the stainless steel material and the little window that shows the water level. The cord is an acceptable length, not super short, which I like because I have to plug it into an extension cord that sits on the ground.

  11. Nice little kettle, perfect size for single person like me. The 1500W heating element boils water fast and thoroughly, which is great. BUT after a few months, the metal hot plate inside the kettle began to corrode and rust (see included pictures). I use a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water to clean the kettle every couple months but the corrosion at the bottom of the kettle got worse over time. So this kettle cannot be 100% stainless steel, or it wouldn’t rust like that, right? The kettle still works fine but I’m not sure if it’s safe to use with that layer of corrosion on the heating plate.

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    Jennifer Burmistrzak
    March 27, 2024 at 12:00 am

    When my other crock pot took a dive from the top of the refrigerator, and I found that I couldn’t replace the broken insert as they were no longer being made, I tried to make do with a 2nd hand smaller crock pot. All the recipes I’m used to making require a 7-quart crockpot, so I needed a new one. This one was bought during Black Friday and very well priced. The first thing I noticed was that the lid just sat on top of it, it was not locked down as my last had been. I didn’t pay attention to that when I purchased this one, and it was definitely a factor on why this one was so much less expensive than my last one. Also, when I first cleaned the inner portion of the crock pot, I noticed one small white area that was not covered with glaze, leaving the clay or whatever material it is, exposed. It is a really small spot and under the lid of the inner pot so it shouldn’t often get wet or absorb anything bad. However, I do find the defect worth mentioning.

  13. We used to have a toaster oven that took up a lot of space on our kitchen counter. After we purchased a good air fryer we noticed we rarely used the toaster oven anymore, and we decided to get rid of it. Instead we wanted to find a simple, basic toaster to toast bread when needed. We wanted something small to free up counter space or even be able to leave it in a cabinet and pull it out when necessary.This toaster fit the bill perfectly! It’s simple, straightforward, compact, and toasts bread evenly. We’re not toasting anything more than sliced sandwich bread in our house, so I can’t speak to bagels or thicker breads. For our needs, it is fantastic and small enough that we just push it against the wall when we’re not using it and pull it forward when we are.The crumb tray is easy access, and I like the dial for adjusting the level of toastiness (is that a word?). If you just want a basic toaster for toasted bread a couple of times a week, I couldn’t recommend it more.

  14. Made hard boiled eggs today and they turned out perfect. Can’t wait to try the omelet tray. Peeled like a dream. There appeared to be a very thin layer of water between the egg and peel. Note that you still have to run them under cold water for a while when you take them out. But otherwise- no more timers, no big pot to wash (most of the egg cooker parts go in the dishwasher). The only thing that gives me a bit of pause is that the plastic parts feel a bit flimsy. Hopefully they have a bit of bend in them and will not break easily. But overall I am impressed so far.

  15. this is a sturdy reliable slow cooker, works well with the cooking bags. Wash’s up well with easy storage for small spaces. I would recommend getting one.

  16. My original crock pot I had not been using so I gave it to Goodwill. I decided wanted to replace it with this larger one. What I don’t like about this crock pot is that there’s only three feet on the bottom. This is not a tripod! It needs for feet on the bottom for better support. Also there is no on or off light. I don’t understand why a company would make an appliance but not have a green light indicating that the cookware is in fact plugged in and turned on. Green means it is plugged in. It’s not that difficult. I don’t like not being able to look across the room and see if the green light is still on indicating that it is still cooking. So if you want four supporting feet underneath and would like to have a green light to let you know that it’s “on”, then I would not get it. 🤷

  17. I would have given this toaster another star had it not been for the “bagel” button. It toasts the bagel fine but it’s not warmed enough to melt the butter. It worked beautifully for everything just using regular buttons though. I’d buy it again

  18. First impressions: exactly what you expect, maybe better. Click the button and the lid opens up wide. Fill levels are marked on both sides of the carafe. The 1500 watts of power boils the 300-ml minimum water level in about 1:30, and the heater turns itself off after a few seconds of boiling, even though I’m at altitude and boiling temp is only 209 F here. The glass makes it easy to judge temperatures by eye if you don’t need it to boil. The kettle is a little wobbly when it’s sitting on the stand, like it’s only balancing on the center contact rings, but it’s not at all unstable or hazardous, and the loose fit means the base won’t stick when lifting. No worries.

  19. Hard, soft, or medium boiled eggs in 10 minutes. The egg cooker is extremely easy to use (takes

  20. Great can opener, good quality, works great

  21. Anyone who ever inherited their mother or grandmother’s old crockpot knows that a good crockpot is a great appliance to have in the kitchen. I like the control of the temperature the oval design which lets me put in a decent seized pork butt roast to cook all day or a big fat roasting chicken. Not much else I can say if you own a crock pot you know the drill set it and forget it. And when you’re ready you have tender juicy meat falling off the bone or a flavourful soup they’re just a necessity in a true cook’s kitchen.

  22. This electric kettle works really well, is easy to clean, heats the water quickly, and is compact enough it doesn’t take a lot of space. I like that I can wait for it to start to heat and if I’m ok with not boiling water, I can just simply flip the off switch and pour the hot water for coffee or tea. Great price too.

  23. An inexpensive, nicely designed product that is easy to use, sturdy and size appropriate for my small living space and works very well. Happy with my purchase and recommend to others.

  24. Small for easy storage. Easy to open and a couple of ways to use it. It makes the most perfect hard boiled eggs!! Easy to use, easy to clean, after it’s cooled down I pour a little vinegar on the bottom of the pan and wipe everything off with a little vinegar then wipe again with a clean damp napkin.

  25. If you want cheap and cheerful this is the one for you, as long as you keep your expectations in line. It does the job: boils a full liter in a flash. Yes it wobbles a bit, but only when completely empty. The steel band does get hot and at full boil a few wisps of steam escape the top. Comes with inexpensive. My only complaint is that the cord is too short.

  26. I feel this product was worth the money, it is so easy to use, and fast to open any size can. Cleaning is easy to do. The product take up a little space on a shelf. I will buy it for family and close friends, they will appreciate it as a gift. Thank you for the product.

  27. My first electric can opener in over 20 years. It does the job. Not super sturdy but not meant to open 20-30 cans a day anyway. Worth the price.

  28. I’ve had this kettle for about 5 months now and it is perfect! I fill it to the minimum level to make myself a cup of tea in the morning and it takes exactly 2 minutes to boil and it turns off on its own. It’s convenient for busy mornings and I just have to click the leaver down.

  29. The very best toaster that I’ve ever had or used. Toasts quick and even, and to ME an added feature, the today slots are seemingly extra wide, just enough that “just sliced” home sliced bread or bagles are no issue. No sticking a plastic fork or knife in the appliance. Darkness adjustment is accurate easily used. Attractive, as far as toasters go, well done !! And at a great price. God bless, Neal M

  30. I got the aqua color which is very pretty. The egg maker takes up very little space, so it is great for my small kitchen. It’s cute. From the get-go the instructions are easy to follow. I made 3 perfectly hard boiled eggs. The musical bell like alarm is very nice too.I always boiled eggs myself, but recently I forgot they were on the stove and went to sleep in a back room with the door closed. I finally woke up to loud banging and smoke. The firemen were breaking down the front door! Luckily there was no fire, only a great deal of smoke (unpleasant) which took quite awhile to disperse and I needed a new front door. That was the last time I was going to boil eggs on the stove. I researched and found out that this model is very popular. I can see why. It is very easy and handy.

  31. Had my doubts about this purchase but was I surprised. Super easy to install and how it safely opens any can I throw at it is stellar. I would always struggle with the traditional can opener but this upgrade was definitely worth it.

  32. This is a great crock pot especially for the price! It doesn’t overheat, cooks everything consistently, and makes dinner easy! I use it on low, have never needed to use it on high so can’t say how the high setting works but I really only see a need for low setting.

  33. I like this toaster. It is simple, easy to use, and cheap. Temperature control seems to be good in limited usage. However, it has a fundamental design flaw that I discovered the hard way. The slot is wide, but the basket bottom covers only a small fraction of it. That means when you are using something narrow (Pop Tart in my case), it can fall off the basket and go all the way down to the crumb tray. Not only is this unappetizing, it is very difficult to get things out. For wider things like thick-cut bread, buns, bagels, etc., this should work fine, but do not try your Pop Tarts in it.

  34. Es fácil de usar y te ahora mucho tiempo y gas solo lo he usado para huevos duros y cumplió con mis expectativas , busqué algo que me hiciera ahorra tiempo y este vale mucho la pena . Le puse toda la medida de agua y fueron aproximadamente 10 minutos en que estuvieron listos .lo compré en rojo para que combinara con mi cocina y me encantó

  35. I really don’t need a can opener often since so many cans have a ring top. This one works fine for me for the few times I need it. My biggest problem was when I open the box the power cord that is stored in the rear of the opener was tied so tight I had a problem getting it out. With a flashlight I was able to see there was a tie around the cord. Used a scissor to cut the tie then I was able to get the cord out. It is very easy to clean, takes up little space and works fine when I need to use it.

  36. Y’all I am an egg eater!!! I love hard boiled eggs you name it I love it! I was hesitant on purchasing this item and I don’t know what the heck I was waiting for used it for the first time and was mind blown 🤯. The eggs cooked perfectly to my desired consistency and when I peeled them it was smooth like butter!!!! Highly recommend don’t wait it’s quick fast and easy you can make 6 eggs at a time and will not be disappointed!!!! 10 out 10!!! 🙌🏼

  37. This can opener is a good product! But, Amazon must stop trying to charge me for Amazon music when I never joined Amazon music!. There is no way to communicate with this company which shows how little you care about your customers.

  38. One of my favourite kitchen gadgets. Works well, faster than making eggs stovetop & less clean up. Makes life easier. And cute bell noise indicating it’s ready is loud enough to hear from another room.

  39. This is mine and my husband’s favorite can opener. Literally works amazingly and is so quick. There no spilling or fighting on how to use it properly or getting frustrated and giving up on wanting the can to be opened. I used to have to use a knife when my can opener wouldn’t work right. Ever since getting this, I have never had an issue. Glad my father in law recommended it to us!!

  40. For our needs, this 7-qt Crock Pot is just what we need. Its a good size, we do not need a timer, we decided, and it performs as expected. The price point is very good for the brand. Most of the time we use our small appliances until they wear out, so we expect we will have this for many years. We are retired, but we like to cook enough for freezer meals or company. (We had our old crock pot for 14 years and we had a lapse in judgement and ordered another brand with a timer, locking lid and 3 temp settings. And it was 3 times the cost of this one I’m reviewing. See note below.)SO, this Crock Pot that arrived a few days ago got a trial run with chicken wild rice soup cooked on low for 8 hours, and it passed with flying co!ors. Note: The more expensive Kitchenaid slow cooker we bought almost a year ago with more features — it took us awhile/too long to realize that the low setting was way too low, resulting in ruined and undercooked dinners. We can’t return it, so it’ll only be used as an occasional extra appliance on the high setting for soups or chili.

  41. I’ve been wanting to buy one for a while to make simple easy meals. This crock pot was perfect for the price (when on sale), nonstick and simple to use! Heats up super fast too!

  42. Works very well and quick , no skips thru can when opening

  43. This thing is so easy to use and so amazing in terms of getting to control how “done” the eggs are. Boiling eggs on the stove seems silly now. I have the 6-egg version – it does a great job and is so quick/efficient to use. And the eggs seem way less smelly and easier to peel. My only disclaimer is that I have only had it for a month or so, so I can’t speak to longevity yet. But so far, A+! At this price point, would def buy this again!! Go for it!

  44. It’s cute and it makes eggs exactly as you please. Love the color and the deconstruction for cleaning is so simple and straightforward. Used often and I would totally try another product! Not just for the aesthetic, but also for the quality!

  45. Beautiful stainless steel. Fit right in with my tiny kitchen. Boils water in about 2 minutes. I am very pleased with this item!

  46. I don’t have to struggle with opening cans anymore. Great invention!

  47. I am so glad I bought this toaster. It works great, it is light and it is everything that is listed. We love it! Amazon products are a great quality and great price.

  48. This kettle heats up quickly and is very reliable and easy to use. it takes up a small amount of space and looks fine. My only reservation is that the sides do get hot and it has to be handled with care, but that would be the case with virtually any kettle, so that’s not a drawback for this particular unit unit.

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