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Sunbeam CP4600 Popcorn Maker $23.96 (Save $5.99) @ Myer

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Whether staying in to watch a flick or following a shit-storm on the internet, freshly popped popcorn is a convenient, tasty and of course frugal snack.

The Sunbeam CP4600 Snack Heroes™ Popcorn Maker uses hot air to pop the corn so no oil is required, makes 12 cups of popcorn and includes a butter melting tray.

Was $29.95 now $23.96.

$29.95 at The Good Guys and Retravision. $29 at 2nds World.

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    Will the CP4600 Popcorns tastes better than the microwaved popcorns ?

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      If you use better flavouring in this or burn some kernels in the microwave, yes.

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      Have had one of these for ages. Way better. End up with fewer un popped kernels, add as much or as little butter and/or salt as you want. Maybe not quite as convenient but yep worth it. Personally I just melt the butter in the microwave though.

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    You made me hungry, time to get out the Whirley-Pop, coconut oil and Flavacol.

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    out of stock.

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    Was going to buy one of these with my $25 GG voucher but they expired my code, so warning people!!

    Also its the same price on their eBay store if you have a voucher or coupon to use

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    Given its reputation as "most useless appliance", I'm surprised ebay's not flooded with them

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      My girlfriend wants popcorn all the time, maybe it wouldn't be useless to her? 😁

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      As with most things, it's only useful if you actually use it…. If you eat a lot of popcorn, it's cheap and doesn't take up a lot of space or make a mess. A bag of microwave popcorn costs between $1 to $2, a bag of kernels that makes at least 4 times as much popcorn costs about the same. Again, if you eat a lot of the stuff then you could save money with this and end up with better tasting popcorn….. If you don't then stick with the microwave bags or go old school with a frypan.

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