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Buy.com has the Waring WPM25 Waring Pro Professional Popcorn Maker for $50 with free shipping. Features 300W motorized stirring mechanism, 8 cup capacity, and includes serving tray, measuring spoon, and measuring cup.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -528
    Posted 5:09 am PST 01/7/12

    I've been studying to become a professional popcorn maker so I am qualified to own and operate one of these babies..

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    mikegrmi Ben's cred: 298
    Posted 6:47 am PST 01/7/12

    ^ Sounds like you have your Act II gether, so you should have a Jolly Time with this. If you fail, it can be your Pop Secret. Bwaha!

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    atomyc Ben's cred: 90
    Posted 7:12 am PST 01/7/12

    so #1 you work in a movie theater?

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -528
    Posted 8:11 am PST 01/7/12

    That's part of my dream... Eventually, I want to acquire other professional fast food service appliances so I can have a full service concession stand for my home theater.

    Anyone know where to buy red and white stripped caps and uniforms?

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    csgoodri Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 9:02 am PST 01/7/12

    I really wish I had 50 dollars in the stuff I really don't need but would love to have budget this month. Man my roomates would get a kick out of coming home to this.

    I want to note on a serious side. This thing is pretty tiny, look at the pictures before considering a purchase.

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    eh Ben's cred: 20
    Posted 11:48 am PST 01/7/12

    Dimensions: 14" W x 19 1/2" H x 14" D

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -528
    Posted 11:49 am PST 01/7/12

    eh wrote:
    Dimensions: 14" W x 19 1/2" H x 14" D


    Which is perfect for my home theater concession stand in my one bedroom apartment...

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    atomyc Ben's cred: 90
    Posted 12:25 pm PST 01/7/12

    it would fit my counter perfectly.

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    artcab Ben's cred: 91
    Posted 2:02 pm PST 01/7/12

    So let me get this straight - it's called the Waring Waring Pro Professional? Does it make Popcorn Popcorn?

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    BenKat Ben's cred: 465
    Posted 2:13 pm PST 01/7/12

    How am I supposed to sneak this into the theater?

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    RKLE Ben's cred: 950
    Posted 2:36 pm PST 01/7/12

    How about the $5 box of microwave popcorn? Is that not good enough?

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    falcon Ben's cred: 21
    Posted 2:47 pm PST 01/7/12

    Think counterspace,cleanup,3 min mwave, alt /hotair popper

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    Solow Ben's cred: 532
    Posted 5:50 pm PST 01/7/12

    All this time I've been using my amateur microwave. I knew my popcorn wasn't reaching its potential.

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    avarice Ben's cred: 69
    Posted 6:56 pm PST 01/7/12

    I bought this for my dad for Christmas. It is awesome. It is a smaller version of what the movie theaters use. Anything larger would be inconvenient. It doesn't take up too much space, but is by no means a novelty toy. Ignore the negative review on the site. For $50 its definitely 5 star and if you eat popcorn often it is well worth it. You'll need to use oil as this is not a hot air popper.
    It takes the counterspace of a large 4 slice toaster. It is about as quick as microwave popcorn with a little more effort, but you control the ingredients and its a lot more fun.
    If you have theater setup or just like popcorn its $50 well spent. My dad hates gifts, but he loved this one.
    (I might have to join buy.com just so I can add a better review than the one that's there don't be surprised if you see the above copied and pasted there. )

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    Solow Ben's cred: 532
    Posted 7:01 pm PST 01/7/12

    ^Thanks for the review. Long ago I used to make my own natural corn with special oil in a pot but it became too much of a clean up hassle with splattered oil.

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    avarice Ben's cred: 69
    Posted 7:23 pm PST 01/7/12

    Thanks. Yeah it will splatter a bit inside the box, but a quick wipe down about every 10 uses or so keeps it looking nice. The basket at the bottom works as a serving tray and he just washes that after using it. I also bought him this hulless popcorn: http://www.amazon.com/Amish-Country-White-Popcorn-Burlap/dp/B00017LEYI/ref=s110?ie=UTF8&qid=1325992534&sr=8-10
    I bought it locally so I don't know about the amazon shippers, but hulless popcorn is the way to go as you don't get the hulls stuck in your throat.
    You can also use authentic movie theater popcorn butter which is usually coconut oil. It tastes great, but will stop your heart. So use sparingly. The stuff I bought for my dad is essentially flavored canola oil.

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    avarice Ben's cred: 69
    Posted 7:34 pm PST 01/7/12

    You might want to measure the space between your counter and cabinets if you want to put it there. I think it might be a little tall to fit under standard cabinets. I thought I should mention that because I mentioned the toaster comparison.

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    ucansee Ben's cred: 137
    Posted 11:01 pm PST 01/7/12

    Avarice.. Good Post.. Thanks. Do you know if you join Buy.com or Amazion for the 1st time applying their credit card. you get 30 dollars off your purchase.. Canola Oil is good for your health, I use it for all my cooking..

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 559
    Posted 3:56 am PST 01/8/12

    zzyzx wrote:
    That's part of my dream... Eventually, I want to acquire other professional fast food service appliances so I can have a full service concession stand for my home theater.

    Anyone know where to buy red and white stripped caps and uniforms?


    Dunno about red and white striped uniforms but you can get black and white striped ones if you're a resident of our local jail.

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