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Cuisinart® EasyPop™ Hot Air Popcorn Maker

Pop healthier popcorn with hot air in no time! This is exceptionally easy to use and no oil is required. Kernels go into a popping chamber, and hot air sends up to ten cups of popcorn up and out the chute right into a waiting bowl. And it all takes less...Read More

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Pop healthier popcorn with hot air in no time! This is exceptionally easy to use and no oil is required. Kernels go into a popping chamber, and hot air sends up to ten cups of popcorn up and out the chute right into a waiting bowl. And it all takes less than three minutes.

Removable chute and butter warming tray for easy cleanup in the dishwasher. Unit has cord storage to save you space when not in use.

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  • Model: Metallic Red: CPM-100MR; White: CPM-100W
  • Material: Plastic
  • Capacity: Ten cup
  • Dimensions: 5 lbs.; 7½" x 10" x 15"
  • Watts: 1500
  • Warranty: Three-year limited warranty
  • Made in China

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  • All removable parts are dishwasher safe

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Customer Reviews

3.7 / 5.0
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"popper looks good, but..."
We have used air poppers for 30 years. We bought this one because it goes with our red toaster and blender, and for the on/off switch, which other brands don't have. However, it only pops about 60-70% of the kernals, compared to 90% in our other popper, a pretty high waste factor
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November 24, 2012
I LOVE this popcorn popper!!!
First off I love Cuisinart products! Had no idea they made a hot air popcorn popper!
I LOVE the red! Love the on/off switch! Love the size! Totally enjoyed the popcorn I used!
All popcorn poppers leave unpopped kernals. Has nothing to do with the popper! Its the popcorn!! First time used it whirled 2 kernals out--to be expected there is no ""trap"" door to keep them from popping off the ship!
Received another popper for Christmas took it back because it wasn't a hot air popper. Gave it a whirl anyway. Found I didn't care for the brand or type. Did a huge internet investigation found that this one had the most overall positive reviews. I bought it! It's a CUISINART!!! It works just like I expected it to!
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January 5, 2013
Just ok.....
This popper wastes a lot of popcorn. When you first turn it on it shoots out several popcorn kennels and at the end of the cycle there are still some left in the maker. In my popcorn bowl were also some at the bottom unpopped.
It is hard to find the ""perfect"" popper- I don't think one exists! Sooooo... since I like the look of this popper (got it in red) & it stores nicely I guess it stays....
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January 5, 2013
Must Have For Families
This is hands down, my all-time favorite kitchen purchase. I'll be honest...I wondered when we first bought it if this would eventually just wind up as part of the ""appliance graveyard"" - but this popcorn maker is used by everyone in our family, at least once a week. It's a healthy alternative to the microwave popcorn bags which I hear are one of the worst foods a person can consume. It pops without any oil so it feels light and airy...not heavily weighed down with oil and butter. It�s easy to clean and quick to pop. Yes�it does leave an occasional kernel in the button but what hot air popper doesn�t?!

Truly a must have for anyone with kids
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February 7, 2013
Not the Best!
I was disappointed with this Cuisinart air popper. It most definitely leaves a lot of kernels unpopped and up to 8 kernels will pop after the pop corner maker is turned off. Which can make a mess! I have had Presto popcorn makers in the past, and they do a considerable better job than the Cuisinart. I had hoped Cuisinart would make a good air popcorn maker
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January 4, 2014
Quick and easy
We almost didn't buy this popper based on reviews here. The video sold us on it. Glad that we went for it. We fill the little cap level to the top with popcorn, and pour it in. Put a big bowl in front of it and turn it on. Effortless popcorn with no mess. My son even makes his own now, which makes me really happy that he can choose a healthy snack after school.

We rinse out the butter bowl before it hardens. I've never had popcorn with so little effort both cooking and cleaning. We have about the same amount of leftover kernels that we've had with our old hot air popper and the stovetop one with the crank. Probably about a 98% pop rate.
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January 17, 2015
Healthier Popcorn Super Simple !
We really like our new popcorn popper - it is exceptionally easy to use and no oil is required. Kernels simply pour into a popping chamber, and hot air sends up to ten cups of popcorn up and out the chute right into a bowl ( use a big bowl! ) . It all takes less than three minutes. We feel much better about this manner of popping corn over the dangerous microwave bags - two thumbs up from us
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January 15, 2014
Messy Maker
I was disappointed in this product. I had high hopes given the manufacturer. I tried the popcorn maker with a small amount of kernels to see how it operated. It spit most of them out unpopped. Then I later tried a full load as directed. A few early kernels were spit out unpopped and then it began to pop kernels. Some landed in the bowl I set up at the exit, but others were fired across the counter and onto the floor. At the end a few more unpopped kernels were spit out. This is not how I expected the machine to operate
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March 2, 2014
May have Cuisinart name but ....
Wost hot air popper I have ever used. More unpopped kernals than a traditional oil popper. After using it twice and seeing so many unpopped kernals I decided to find out just how much wasn't popping. The third, and LAST, time I used it I measured the amount of kernals I put into the machine, 40 grams, and when it was finished measured the amount that did not pop, 11 GRAMS! If all you want is a nice looking machine to sit on your counter this may be it but DO NOT buy it for make popcorn
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June 3, 2015
Purchased
8 months ago
Effective Hot Air Popper
It was time to update my 25+ year old air popper as it was not BPA-free. This model is very similar to the unit I had previously, except it seems to run a bit less hot and it has an on/off switch. Some tips for successful popping:
1. Make sure your popcorn is fresh. Stale popcorn that's been on your shelf for months is going to result in many unpopped kernels.
2. Warm-up the machine for 30 seconds to one minute prior to adding popcorn.
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November 23, 2015
Purchased
2 months ago
Someone gave me a similar air-pop popcorn maker when I went off to college. It turned out to be an essential and lasted for years. I gave one to each of my daughters when they left for college. It is much healthier than microwave popcorn and requires virtually no clean up.
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December 16, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Very happy!
The Cuisinart popcorn maker is quiet, fast and simple to use. Light & easy to store. There is no cleanup except for the small, removable popcorn measurer / butter melting dish on top. To almost eliminate unpopped kernels, I run it a minute to warm the air & compartment up, then dump in the kernels. I also use a high-sided container or prop mine up to minimize the few popped kernels that fly over the top of the dish. Works great and fast for a single portion or for a small crowd.
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January 8, 2016
Purchased
1 month ago
 

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Fun and out of the ordinary Client Gifts.
Karen B on Feb 2, 2016
Lower fat alternative.
SUSAN M on Jan 13, 2016
I got it for my boyfriend as a birthday gift.
Lydia P on Jan 31, 2016
I have an old air popcorn popper, bought it in the 1970's!
I need a replacement. Air popped popcorn is a healthy snack!
Janet C on Jan 2, 2016
Are all the plastic parts BPA free?
A shopper on Dec 13, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, this popcorn maker is BPA free
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Dec 14, 2013
Is the heated area that contains the popcorn aluminum-free? Aluminum has been implicated in Alzheimer's and heating it and the food it's touching is scary!
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
Best Answer: I gave the two air poppers as gifts, so I'm not sure.
Reply · Report · Colleen F on Jan 19, 2015
Do you have problems with it spitting the seeds out before they are popped?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, I myself have had that problem too. The solution seems to be to let it run for a minute or so so it gets hot, turn it off, then add the popcorn.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 18, 2014
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Does this model have a thermostat? I need an air popper without a thermostat to roast coffee beans.
A shopper on Feb 22, 2015
Best Answer: No, there is no thermostat on this model.
Reply · Report · Julie F on Feb 23, 2015
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is this item made in the USA?
A shopper on Dec 20, 2015
Best Answer: No, the box states that it is "made in China."
Reply · Report · Katherine C on Dec 20, 2015
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