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Waring Popcorn Machine & Trolley

Details
Fresh popped popcorn can't be beat, and nothing comes close to making it any better than this. Machine and trolley sold separately.
  • Popcorn machine kettle holds six to eight ounces of unpopped kernels and can pop up to 12 cups in under three minutes. Heat lamp keeps popped corn hot until you're ready to serve. Pivoting kettle and door detach for easy clean up. 15.25"W x 12.5"D x 21"T.
  • Trolley has shelf for cups, bowls, and napkins; storage compartment with magnetized door; two wheels for mobility; and two rubberized feet to keep it securely in place. 17"W x 17.8"D x 24.5"T.
  • Imported.
Designer
About Waring:
Based in Stamford, Connecticut, Waring is universally known for introducing the first blender to American consumers. In 1936, an inventor named Fred Osius approached Fred Waring, a popular entertainer of the early to mid 1900s, with his latest invention. Waring was intrigued with Osius' mixer concept, and agreed to back the new product. Six months and $25,000 later, their prototype didn't work. However, Waring's background as a mechanical engineer kept him enthusiastic and, ultimately, he helped perfect the final product. The "Miracle Mixer" (as it was then called) was finally introduced in Chicago in 1937. The Waring Blendor name was adopted shortly thereafter and, in 1938, the product was officially renamed the Waring Blender. Fred Waring died in 1984, but his top-quality line lives on.
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