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Kalorik Stainless Steel Egg Cooker†
$11.99 w/In-Store PU
http://www.staples.com/Kalorik-Stainless-Steel-Egg-Cooker/product_1223185?cid=SM:SBD:FACEBOOK:SITELIKES:20111002:EVENT

Staples has the†Kalorik Stainless Steel Egg Cooker†on sale for†$11.99†with free in-store pickup.


  • Cooks 7 Eggs At a Time
  • On/Off Switch w/ Light
  • Poach 2 Eggs at A Time
  • Stainless Steel Heating Plate


4.6/5 stars based on 64 customer reviews.
Compare to†Amazon†for $25.99 shipped.

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Thanks!

bought it last time. it works great.

I bought this last time it was on sale also. Works really nice. Thanks OP!

I just ordered one. We shall see!

What does this do that a plain old pot doesn't ?

Just a "heads up" - according to the reviews on Amazon, this device does not turn off automatically at the end of cooking - it just buzzes until you show up to turn if off.

blueribb said:   What does this do that a plain old pot doesn't ?
††
I know right?!†

It was on sale...So got one. might be cleaner way of cooking. I want to try this out

Can't usually use a plain old pot at work.
Keep this in the break room, if you forget lunch just run out and buy a carton of eggs for under a dollar.
Hence the reason they would sell this at Staples.

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I could use one of these. Thanks, OP!

blueribb said:   What does this do that a plain old pot doesn't ?
††
A plain old pot can't hardboil 7 eggs with less than 4 ounces of water. You can choose softboil and it does a really good job at that, too. Plain old pot doesn't tell you when your eggs are done. I didn't think too much of this when I first saw it but after using it, it's a superior way of boiling eggs. It's very fast and easy to use.

That said, my first one didn't work. Then I sent in for an RMA, Staples just sent me another one without me shipping back the old one.

Badfishlbc said:   
blueribb said:   What does this do that a plain old pot doesn't ?
††
A plain old pot can't hardboil 7 eggs with less than 4 ounces of water. You can choose softboil and it does a really good job at that, too. Plain old pot doesn't tell you when your eggs are done. I didn't think too much of this when I first saw it but after using it, it's a superior way of boiling eggs. It's very fast and easy to use.

That said, my first one didn't work. Then I sent in for an RMA, Staples†just sent me another one without me shipping back the old one.


My plain old pot can soft or hard boil a dozen or more eggs. The water needed costs next to nothing and most all stoves have a neat feature called a timer. I set mine to 10 minutes for perfect hard-boiled eggs. Oh yeah - my counter has more room since I don't buy gadgets like this. The work breakroom idea has merit though but it is possible to cook eggs in a microwave.

YYB said:   Can't usually use a plain old pot at work.
Keep this in the break room, if you forget lunch just run out and buy a carton of eggs for under a dollar.
Hence the reason they would sell this at Staples.†

† Your coworkers will love you for stinking up the office with that sulfur smell.

blueribb said:   
Badfishlbc said:   
blueribb said:   What does this do that a plain old pot doesn't ?
††
A plain old pot can't hardboil 7 eggs with less than 4 ounces of water. You can choose softboil and it does a really good job at that, too. Plain old pot doesn't tell you when your eggs are done. I didn't think too much of this when I first saw it but after using it, it's a superior way of boiling eggs. It's very fast and easy to use.

That said, my first one didn't work. Then I sent in for an RMA, Staples†just sent me another one without me shipping back the old one.


My plain old pot can soft or hard boil a dozen or more eggs. The water needed costs next to nothing and most all stoves have a neat feature called a timer. I set mine to 10 minutes for perfect hard-boiled eggs. Oh yeah - my counter has more room since I don't buy gadgets like this. The work breakroom idea has merit though but it is possible to cook eggs in a microwave.

††
I guess my stove can toast bread, my dutch oven can make coffee, my knife can open cans, my rice cooker can make soup, etc. Your question was what it could do that a plain old pot couldn't and I answered that. If you're happy with your pot then this deal isn't for you... I've got tons of cabinet space and counter top and live in California so I much enjoy using this and saving water at the same time.



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