Verified Owner
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Works great until it breaks8/16/2013 10:50:33 AM

Pros: It cooks great eggs without any intervention. I've cooked both hard-boiled and poached eggs in it and they always turned out good.

Cons: The plastic egg tray is falling apart. Stress fractures from heating and cooling I guess. I've owned this cooker for just about a month and use it a couple times a week, so it really shouldn't be failing already. The poaching tray cups are a bit small - they just barely hold the eggs I normally buy and can imagine that extra large eggs would spill over. This is fine for me but may be an issue for others.

Overall Review: You add water to the cooker, which is then heated to steam to cook the eggs. The timing is completely based on how fast the water boils off.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Reasonably Quiet7/23/2011 7:55:14 PM

Pros: Quiet for the amount of air flow, PWM, not LED

Cons: Not LED (though it has LED mounts if you want to add some)

Overall Review: Great price. I needed a new fan to replace a failing CPU fan. This thing keeps everything nice and cool and quiet. It's NOT silent, but it is very quiet. Possibly quiet enough for an HTPC, but that depends on how much other background noise you usually put up with.

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Fancy Packaging7/23/2011 7:48:34 PM

Pros: Quiet for the amount of air it moves, looks nice without lighting up like a Christmas tree, PWM

Cons: Expensive for similar performing PWM fans. The screw holes are somewhat large, so if you have a case that requires screws instead of the rubber doodads, you may have problems.

Overall Review: For this price you're mostly paying for the looks and the pretentious packaging. It performs well, but I have a much cheaper fan that blows more air at the same noise level. It does come with some handy adapters.

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