hot air popcorn maker

Model: PM251
Place of Origin: Zhejiang,China (Mainland)
Product name: hot air popcorn maker
voltage: 230V
power: 1200W
feature: Preparation without oil
color: black and white
brand: hiking
Approval: CE,EMC,LVD
Package: gift box
sample time: 3-7days
country of Origin: China (mainland)

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Payment & Shipping Terms Supply Capacity
Unit Price:7.0 USDProduction Capacity:20000 PC/Week
Trade Term:FOB,CFR,CIFPacking:Color box + export...
Payment Terms:L/C, T/T, WUDelivery Date:within 45 days after...
Min. Order:1000 Piece/Pieces
Means of Transport:Ocean, Air

Product Name: fat-freehot air popcorn maker 1200w for household
Item No.: PM251

Feature
110V/230V 50Hz 1200W   
CE,EMC,LVD Approval
Low Calorie Snack for you
Easy to make   
Packing
Gift box Size:18.5x18.5x32cm
Carton Size: 94.5x38x33.8cm
Qty: 10pcs
G.W.: 10kg N.W.: 9kg
1x20"FCL: 2350pcs
1x40"FCL: 4700pcs
1x40HQ: 5680pcs  
Contact
we will keep online every work day.if you have any questions for products plz contact me
Email:sales@ hiking8.com


The description of fat-freehot air popcorn maker 1200w for household


1) Popcorn made by hot air circulation for less calories   
2) A healthy and tasty snack for the whole family   
3) Preparation without oil  and On / off switch   
4) Faster, Healthier & More Economical Than Microwave Bag Popcorn
   For Healthy, Low Calorie Snack

fat-free hot air popcorn maker 1200w for household

Popular 1200w hot air popcorn maker for household

When using electrical appliances , basic safety precautions shouldalways be followed , including the following:

  1. Read all instructions before operating thisappliance.

  2. DO NOT TOUCH hot surface . Use handles orknobs.

  3. To protect against electric shock do notimmerse cord , plugs or any part of this unit in water or other liquid.

  4. Close supervision is necessary when anyappliance is used by or near children.

  5. Unplug from outlet when not in use andbefore cleaning . allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, andbefore cleaning appliance.

  6. DO NOT operate any appliance with a damagedcord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in anymanner. Return appliance to the nearest repair shop for examination or repair orsend back to company per warranty in this booklet.

  7. The use of accessory attachments is notrecommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries.

  8. DO NOT use outdoors.

  9. DO NOT let the cord hang over edge of tableor counter or touch hot surfaces.

  10.DO NOT place on or near a hot gas or electricburner, or in a heated oven.

  11.Extreme caution must be used when moving anappliance.

  12.DO NOT use appliance for other than intendeduse.

  13.A popper that is plugged into an outlet shouldnot be let unattended.

  14.This popper will shut off automatically. Toavoid over heating, add popping kernels before operating.   It is recommended toallow 15 minutes between popping corn to allow unit to cool and notoverhear.

  15.Extreme caution must be used when unloadingpopcorn.

  16.A short power supply cord is provided to reducethe risk resulting from becoming entangled in        tripping over a longcord.

  17.Longer detachable power supply cords can beused if care is exercised in their use.

  18.The marked electrical rating of and extensioncord should be at least as great as electrical rating of    appliance.




Recent popcorn history

Popcorn was very popular from the 1890s until the Great Depression. Street vendors used to follow crowds around, pushing steam or gas-powered poppers through fairs, parks and expositions.

During the Depression, popcorn at 5 or 10 cents a bag was one of the few luxuries down-and-out families could afford. While other businesses failed, the popcorn business thrived. An Oklahoma banker who went broke when his bank failed bought a popcorn machine and started a business in a small store near a theater. After a couple years, his popcorn business made enough money to buy back three of the farms he'd lost.

During World War II, sugar was sent overseas for U.S. troops, which meant there wasn't much sugar left in the States to make candy. Thanks to this unusual situation, Americans ate three times as much popcorn as usual.

Popcorn went into a slump during the early 1950s, when television became popular. Attendance at movie theaters dropped and, with it, popcorn consumption. When the public began eating popcorn at home, the new relationship between television and popcorn led to a resurge in popularity.

Microwave popcorn -- the very first use of microwave heating in the 1940s -- has already accounted for $240 million in annual U.S. popcorn sales in the 1990s.

Americans today consume 15 billion quarts of popped popcorn each year. The average American eats about 49 quarts.


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