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1. West Bend 82306X Stir Crazy 6-Quart
$35.99 list($54.99)
2. West Bend 84716 Versatility 6-Quart
$49.99 list($69.99)
3. West Bend 41077 Just For Dinner
$19.99 list($22.99)
4. West Bend 53783 1-3/4-Quart Cordless
$39.99 list($49.99)
5. West Bend 82308 Stir Crazy 8-Quart
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$119.99 $91.90 list($121.99)
7. West Bend 59055 60-Cup Commercial
$59.99 list($64.99)
8. West Bend 55108 3-in-1 Coffee
$79.99 $78.79 list($99.99)
9. West Bend 41027 12-Speed Electronic
$29.99 $28.49 list($36.99)
10. West Bend 58030 12-30 Automatic
$24.99 list($29.99)
11. West Bend 84294 The Crockery II
$39.99 list($46.99)
12. West Bend 88533 3-Quart Electric
$44.99 list($49.99)
13. West Bend 6111 Heart Smart Indoor
$34.99 $31.74 list($40.99)
14. West Bend 58002 12-42 Cup Automatic
$19.99 list($24.99)
15. West Bend 54129 5-9 Cup Automatic
$29.99 list($34.99)
16. West Bend 56870 10-Cup Drip Coffeemaker,
$49.99 list($59.99)
17. West Bend 76004 Rotary Snack Oven,
$19.99
18. West Bend 78012 2-Slice Toaster,
$31.99 list($36.99)
19. West Bend 84346 6-Quart Oval Crockery
$14.99 list($19.99)
20. West Bend 53655 5-Cup Hot Pot,

1. West Bend 82306X Stir Crazy 6-Quart Popcorn Popper
list price: $39.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004RC6R
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 43
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

West Bend has improved on the classic corn popper design by adding a motorized stirring rod which ensures that every single kernel pops, every time. In about five minutes, the Stir Crazy Popper produces up to 6 quarts of perfectly popped corn, using one tablespoon of oil per 1/4 cup corn. It stops automatically when it's done, so you don't have to worry about burned popcorn, and you can clean it with just a quick swipe of the sponge. For added flavor, place a bit of butter in the butter well to melt over the corn as it pops. The plastic cover doubles as a serving bowl, so when the cycle is done, just flip it over to enjoy popcorn that's guaranteed to be good to the last pop. --Larisa Lomacky Moore ... Read more

Features

  • Classic design with modern technology
  • Motorized stirring rod helps pop every kernel
  • Pop 6 quarts of popcorn in 5 minutes
  • Plastic cover doubles as a bowl

Reviews (105)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Stirring Recommendation!
I'm on my second one of these, having lost one in a move many years ago.

I've had a number of popcorn poppers 'cause I'm a true fan, whether unadorned popcorn or 'fancied up'. When the hot air poppers came out about 20 years ago I bought a couple of them, but they always seem to make chewy popcorn that'll stick in the back of your throat. I've got a mint-condition Mirro aluminum electric popper from the sixties and it'll burn corn in the bottom before you can turn around.

West Bend used to make this same type popper but without the stirrer. I had that one also, and it still left a fair number of kernels at the bottom.

The stirring rod is what makes the difference with this popper. Not only will it pop more kernels in ANY brand of popcorn, but it will pop far more with the less expensive brands like Jolly Time. It's typical to get no more than a tablespoon or less of unpopped kernels. The popcorn turns out perfectly done, from the earliest to the last popped. If you look at the photo, the disc on the top is a removable cover; under there is an indention with multiple holes. You can take butter or margarine and spread it around when you set the machine up. Then, as the machine starts popping, the steam melts the butter and it goes on the corn! Or, if you prefer buttering later, just leave the lid on. When the corn is popped, you simply flip the appliance over and the large dome becomes the serving bowl.

The dome and the disc on top have been through my dishwasher dozens of times without any problem. If I hand-wash it, it always feels a little greasy. The bottom, heating part of the appliance is nonstick; you simply wipe it out with a soapy dishrag or paper towel. Couldn't be easier.

This appliance is light in weight and fits fine in one of my overhead cabinets. For only a small amount of oil, it'll make six quarts of the best popcorn you can find! Plus, its tolerance to less-expensive non-gourmet corns means you'll spend less money. Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars The only way to make perfect popcorn
Aha!! Finally a chance to tell you about best popper ever. I won one at work in `81`. Had it for 15/16 years. Worked great. Rave reviews from friends, many requests. Love the stirring rod. Hardly ever an unpopped kernel... I use 3 tbsp oil to 1/2 cup corn-- the cheap stuff. Gives a buttery flavor, without using the holes on top, and pop with the lid off. When first one bit the dust (due to negligent cleaning) went immediately to K-mart for another ( still working) Now you can't find them in stores, or websites till went to Amazon. Another thing I do is I have a can with strainer and pour bacon grease in, refridge, and use it instead of oil. Try it--Yummy. I'm now buying one for my Mom and one for brother and family for Christmas. Hate microwave popcorn - dry and burn tasting. Hot air ones the same..
Stir Crazy is best popper (or small appliance available) also don't tighten the stirring rod down too tight - just snug.
Enjoy the movie --
StrypNal@aol.com

5-0 out of 5 stars Tried & True... Best home machine out there!
I grew up with a Stir Crazy popcorn popper as a kid. I still have an original and it's over 20 years old! I did have to replace the lid once, due to dropping the old one. The remarks about the nonstick surface peeling off are true but not a big deal. I've never experienced any negative effects due to this! The use of the oil is akin to seasoning a cast iron pan.

It's gone in & out of fashion in my family over the years, but we still can't find anything that does a better job, short of a commercial popper. So many people out there are interested in faster, unattended popping. Part of the fun IS taking the time to relax and enjoy watching the Stir Crazy perform! How many kids will have fond memories of sitting in front of the microwave and watching a bag? Think about it!

I'll continue to use ours until it's life is over. I am also going to order a replacement, just in case it is no longer available for some reason in the future.

Buy it, Pop it, enjoy the show! You won't be sorry!

5-0 out of 5 stars This thing makes the best popcorn!!!
I love the taste of the popcorn that this makes! Of course, you have to add the fattening stuff to it by adding oil to the popcorn so it can cook the popcorn properly and not burn or scrape the nonstick bottom off, then also for the best taste, add the powdered popcorn flavorings(add it to the oil and kernals before cooking). But anything that tastes good is fattening, right?!? They do eventually wear out and you have to get a new one if you like them. Easy to clean. I remember buying one a very long time ago (like 7 years or so ago) for my stepdad and he is now in need of another one. But not too bad for the price to last that long with a lot use on it. I certainly recommend this for the best popcorn. If you prefer the less healthy, but better tasting popcorn! Stick with the air poppers if you eat healthier!

5-0 out of 5 stars This Is The Way To Make Popcorn!
West Bend's "Stir Crazy" is the way to make popcorn. In a few minutes the popcorn comes out light, with very little unpopped or burnt. With multiple batches the popping time drops. Butter can be placed in the top or butter oil can give the flavor. We have tried other methods, but none match up. This is the best! ... Read more


2. West Bend 84716 Versatility 6-Quart Oval Slo-Cooker
list price: $54.99
our price: $35.99
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Asin: B000065UF2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 181
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Versatile and convenient, this 6-quart pot can be used on thestovetop for cooking soup or stew, go into the oven for roasting achicken or baking a casserole, and placed on its 300-watt heating basefor slow-cooking a pot roast or keeping food warm while serving. Forserving, the heating base's temperature control has a keep-warmsetting. Medium and high settings permit cooking on the base. The ovalaluminum pot, colored black like its heating base for contemporarystyle, has a nonstick interior and measures 12 inches long by 8-1/2inches wide, ample for a chicken, ham, or roast beef. A lift-out rackis included for keeping food off the bottom so it can be thoroughlybrowned during roasting. The pot's glass lid permits cooking to bemonitored without releasing heat, and the lid's knob stays cool on thestovetop. For easy cleanup, the pot, lid, and rack are dishwasher-safe.--Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Pot, lid, rack dishwasher-safe
  • 6-quart pot slow-cooks on heating base and goes on stovetop or in oven
  • Oval shape accommodates chicken, ham, roast; roasting rack included
  • Aluminum pot, with nonstick interior, stainless-steel handles, glass lid
  • Heating base has keep-warm setting for serving, medium and high for cooking

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars So Easy to Use
When my West Bend cooker arrived, I was disappointed. The lid didn't seem to fit tightly and the pot was so light I thought it couldn't possibly work correctly. I was very wrong. The lid still steamed up when the items cooked and the temperature must be perfect because I haven't cooked a bad meal yet. I never thought I'd be so excited about using a slow cooker but the time it saves is amazing and the recipes can be as easy or as complicated as you want to make them. There's nothing like coming home to the aroma of dinner cooking after a long day and knowing all you have to do is serve dinner. In addition, the lightness, the non-stick surface and the fact that you can just pop the pot on the stove to brown meat or in the frig when you're done, without dirtying another container or another pot when you reheat it, is such a timesaver. Knowing I didn't want to be bothered peeling potatoes in the morning, I cut up vegetables at night and cooked stew over night, put the pot in the frig before going to work and just heated it up at night. You can't do that with the old fashion crock pots.

My only complaint is that the cord is very short, but everything else is great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really nice!
This is a much better product than a Rival crock pot. For one thing, it will do so much more ("Versatility" is a good name for it). You can, for example, brown your pot roast in it on your stove before setting the pot on its heating base to slow cook. Hence, fewer pans to clean up. I consider the variety of settings a plus. More choices means more control. Also, the "keep warm" settings come in really handy. I haven't used the heating base as a griddle but it's nice to know I have that option. The only thing I don't like about it is the chord length- it's a bit on the short side. Other than that I love it! Everything comes out tasty. It's easy and convenient to use. It's easy and convenient to clean. It's even light weight!

Oh, well, in all fairness I guess I should mention some things the Rival is equiped to do that the West Bend is not: 1) the Rival pot can break if you drop it or subject it to sudden significant temperature change. 2) The Rival handles on the heating base can crack and eventually crumble into small pieces. (Mine did.) 3) Since it weighs so much, the Rival can probably get you into pretty good shape if you lift it enough times. (I use hand weights myself.) I mention these things just in case someone is looking to pay money for this sort of thing. (Well, you never know!) However, in my opinion these are not desireable features in a slow cooker so it's just as well the West Bend doesn't have them. : )

I hope this information helps you make a good decision!

5-0 out of 5 stars It's the best
I must start off by saying two things. I was always against Crock Pots - they reminded me on something my grandmother would use. Also I am a certified chef who loves to cook so I know food. That said I have started a new job (not a chef) and I am getting home later in the evening and this slow cooker was suggested to me as a means of having a hot meal when I got home as opposed to waiting an hour and not eating until 7 or 8 in the evening. I was really getting tired of having to cook for an hour once I got home instead of spending that quality time with my family or just a bit of relaxation time for me. So I tried it. I am now a follower!!! I love this slow cooker. The top has only fallen in once and I have had it for a month, so that is no problem for me. It only fell in because i was putting it on incorrectly. Yes it may seem a little thin at first but it really holds up and cleans very easily. I like the thinner design because it's easy to get in and out of the cupboard as oppossed to the older ones that needed to be lugged from place to place. I love the fact that I can brown meats ahead of time and it can go in the oven. I now do not need to purchase a new dutch oven. 2 pieces of cookware at once!! It cooks very evenly and I use it at least 3 times a week. Everything has come out wonderful and my picky 8-year old has not complained once. I really do recommend this slow cooker. Especially for busy moms.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not that "Versatile"
It's my first slow cooker and I love it. It's easy to clean, light-weight, and cooks evenly. I have not had any problems with the lid because thanks to reviews on this site, I have been very careful. As far as browning ingredients in the pot before slow-cooking is concerned I have found the surface area a little too small for proper browning- so, if you wanted to brown 1 cut up chicken you wold have to do it in 2 or more batches otherwise you'd end up just stewing it (which doesn't save you any time).

5-0 out of 5 stars I recommended
This slow cooker is light, versatile, and EASY to CLEAN! It ALL goes into the dishwasher (except the heating element of course). Its a good size for a family. I would buy it again. ... Read more


3. West Bend 41077 Just For Dinner Breadmaker
list price: $69.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005KIR0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 197
Average Customer Review: 4.59 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Ideal for dinner parties of two or four, this breadmaker produces aromatic, piping hot fresh bread in 45 minutes. Compact enough to easily fit on a countertop (or table!), the appliance produces loaves that are 3-1/2 inches by 5-1/2 inches and 4-1/2 inches tall, just the right size for intimate dinner parties. The oval bread pan gives the loaves a distinctive shape and a little dimple. Operation is as easy as putting the dough into the breadmaker and pressing two buttons, and several recipes are included, such as sunflower oat wheat, Swiss-jalapeño, and feta cheese--and nutritional information for each recipe is also included. The directions are extensive, complete with a troubleshooting guide. The breadmaker's viewing window is especially nice, and lets you watch your bread take shape. This breadmaker comes with a 90-day warranty. --Ariel Meadow Stallings ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 9 by 10 by 11-1/2 inches; 90-day warranty
  • Quick baking--oval shaped, dinner-size loaf in 45 minutes
  • Convenient settings for basic, specialty, and wheat breads
  • Easy-to-use controls with LED indicators
  • Ideal for dinner parties of 2 or 4; gourmet recipes included

Reviews (190)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast little breadmaker
This was an impulse buy - after reading all of the positive reviews here I decided to give it a try. When it arrived I was surprised at how small the bread pan was and was considering sending it back. But then I did 2 things - I looked at other larger breadmakers and realized they take anywhere from 3-5 hours to make a loaf of bread (this one takes 45 minutes total, including the knead cycle) and I made a loaf of bread and discovered it actually can serve 2-4 people with a total of around 6 decent size slices. My first loaf came out a little small and dense so I read the troubleshooting guide and decided it was too little water, so next time during the mix cycle i knew what the dough looked like when it was too dry, added 1 tablespoon of water and the bread came out perfect. This breadmaker doesnt have a timer feature but since it is done in 45 minutes, you dont need one! Other things I like: prep is easy - about 5 minutes (basic bread requires bread flour, salt, sugar, milk or water, butter or oil and yeast), the pan is non stick and very easy to clean and since the loaf is not big you don't end up pigging out on bread. My only 2 very minor complaints: the bread gets cooked around the kneading blade and can get stuck to the bread making it a little hard to remove the bread from the pan and if you lose power, accidentally unplug it or shut it off during the rise or bake cycle the bread machine has no memory so it starts over from the knead cycle (the book does tell you how to finish baking in a regular oven though and this shouldnt happen too often). Overall, I'm very satisfied.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Machine!
I received a larger breadmaker as a Christmas gift,but the other had questionable reviews on this site (it's a Breadman TR444), so upon reading the sparkling reviews of the Just For Dinner, I ordered one the next day. I liked the fact it was compact & took up less counterspace& made bread in 45 minutes. It is a smaller oaf, but as others pointed out, does have 5-6 decent sized slices. It's perfect for a single person, and the loaves are small enough to eat by myself in 2 days tops, before they go stale or the bread has to be thrown away. Note: You do have to use bread machine yeast/rapid rise yeast in this machine- regular active dry yeast won't work, because apparently the loaves don't rise enough before baking. I wonder if that was the problem with my other machine on the Rapid cycle- I was using the wrong kind of yeast....

I have so far had good luck with my Breadman, on the regular cycle anyway, and do plan to keep and use both, but it is nice to have an option for a smaller, quicker loaf of bread! Sometimes waiting 3 1/2-4 hours for a loaf of fresh bread is okay/ you have a larger group, but sometimes you just don't want to wait that long, or need that much. If you're looking for a smaller loaf of bread in less time, the Just for Dinner just might be for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Just For Dinner Anymore
West Bend should definitely change the name of this wonderful bread maker to "Not Just for Dinner Anymore". My husband and I use ours most often to make warm breakfast bread, yummy! The aroma makes our house smell wonderful. Add some fruit and breakfast is served. Leftover bread makes great sandwiches, too. The machine comes with easy to read instructions and a good assortment of recipes. It only takes about 55 minutes from start to finish including kneading and baking time to make a loaf. I measure carefully as recommended and have not had a flop in the three months we have had our machine. The Raisin and the Honey/Oatmeal breads are our favorites so far but we haven't as yet tried even half the recipes. We no longer buy store bread at all, I make two or three loaves every couple weeks and that is plenty for the two of us. If you like great homemade bread without much fuss, we highly recommend this breadmaker to you.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best thing since sliced bread!
We purchased this since we were tired of going to the store every night for french bread. We were a little concerned about the size, but the loaf of bread that it produces is perfect for our family. It serves 3-4 adults and 1 child perfectly. It is quick, easy and a snap to clean up. We had to toss out our previous bread maker because the bread pan lost its coating and was too hard to clean. We have used a variety of bread mixes and all have come out perfectly. We love this machine - it is worth every penny!

5-0 out of 5 stars That's a wonderful little machine!
Based on the reviews (actually the reviews are really helpful too), I finally made a decision to purchase this tiny machine as I had two of the normal size bread machines before and they took more than 3 hours to have a loaf of bread and somehow it turned out with some problems and the breads were really awful occasionally. Those were the main reasons why I donated both eventually but now this little stuff is so powerful and all breads turn out beautifully within an hour. I even made my fresh pasta and cookie doughs recently. It is really great! ... Read more


4. West Bend 53783 1-3/4-Quart Cordless Water Kettle, Black
list price: $22.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00030J1SO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 653
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Features

  • Measures approximately 9 by 10 by 6 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 1500-watt cordless kettle boils up to 1-3/4 quarts of water
  • Water-level marks in quarts and liters; washable filter; removable anti-scale screen
  • Convenient "on/off" switch; signal light; auto shutoff; boil-dry protection
  • Concealed heating element; cool-touch exterior and handle provide added safety

5. West Bend 82308 Stir Crazy 8-Quart Corn Popper, Black
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000CCY10
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 1574
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Amazon.com Review

A good size for parties, families, and popcorn junkies, the 8-quart Stir Crazy popper from West Bend uses a motorized stirring rod to maximize popcorn yield and minimize cooking time. The rod sweeps the kernels over the popper surface so that the kernels are evenly distributed over the oil and heat. This design yields up to 25 percent more than other models, while popping takes just seven minutes, and unpopped kernels are rare. The popper also includes a dual steam vent and butter well in the lid for minimizing condensation and buttering the corn while it pops. When popping is finished, the lid doubles as a serving bowl. Safe for countertop use, the Stir Crazy has a nonstick interior for easy wipedown, and the base nestles into the cover for tidy storage. It measures 14 by 12 by 9-1/4 inches and comes with a 90-day warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • UL listed
  • Motorized stirring rod stirs kernels
  • Non-stick interior
  • Built-in butter well
  • Cover flips to become serving bowl

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Asin: B00070QNG8
Catlog: Kitchen
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7. West Bend 59055 60-Cup Commercial Coffee Urn, Stainless Steel
list price: $121.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0000E2HFV
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 60945
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Amazon.com Review

For high-volume coffee production, it doesn't make sense to run multiple pots through a standard drip-filter coffee maker. It's much more efficient to make one large pot that will serve a multitude. This West Bend coffee maker will produce 60 cups of coffee and keep it warm and tasty, without the "toasting" effect that occurs when coffee cooks down in a glass pot on a warming burner. Made of professional-grade stainless steel with stay-cool black handle and feet, the 60-Cup Commercial Coffee Urn is well suited to any type of gathering, whether it's for business or pleasure.

Clearly marked volume measurement lines can be read from inside or outside the canister. A dripless toggle faucet is positioned so that almost every last drop will pour out--no waste. In addition to brewing coffee, it can heat water for instant beverages or tea. To reheat cold coffee or other beverages by remove basket and filter, refill canister at least up to the 12-cup mark, and plug the unit in; the green "ready" light will come on when it's been reheated.

Cleaning the coffee maker is important for consistent coffee quality. Wash basket, stem, and cover in hot soapy water, then rinse and dry completely. Coffee stains can be removed by using a non-abrasive cleanser. Do not wash the parts in dishwasher; it may discolor them. Clean outside of unit with a soft cloth or sponge. Clean the inner heating well by using the metal cleaning tool provided with a scouring pad. The coffee maker measures 12 by 16 inches (including lid and handles). It includes a one-year West Bend warranty against defects and comes with a detailed booklet of instructions and tips. --Garland Withers ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 12 by 16 inches; 1-year warranty
  • Commercial-quality, 60-cup, stainless-steel coffee maker
  • Durable, polished steel construction, including basket and stem
  • Automatic temperature control keeps coffee hot for hours
  • Indicator lights for power and for end-of-brewing cycle

8. West Bend 55108 3-in-1 Coffee Center, Black and Stainless
list price: $64.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00030J15W
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 5241
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Features

  • Measures 13 by 13 by 11 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 3-in-1 coffee center makes 4 cups of espresso, brews 10 cups of coffee, and froths milk
  • Swivel-out brew basket for easy access; brew-pause function for pouring a cup mid brew
  • Removable cone-shaped filter basket; easy-to-read water and coffee-ground markings
  • Dishwasher-safe glass coffee carafe and espresso carafe; measuring spoon included

9. West Bend 41027 12-Speed Electronic Stand Mixer
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00008IH9Z
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 3401
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This electronic stand mixer beats cake or bread dough, leaving your hands free for other food preparation tasks. The powerful motor has 12 easy-to-set speeds that can handle any mixing task. You can knead dough or stir ingredients on the lower speeds, smooth batters or mash potatoes on the medium speeds, and whip cream or prepare frosting on the highest speeds. An electronic sensor detects how large your quantities are and adjusts the speed up or down automatically to accommodate larger or smaller loads. The mixer comes with 1-1/2-quart and 4-quart stainless-steel bowls that are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning. Both bowls rotate on the mixer’s turntable during operation for more even blending. The mixer also has two beaters that are large in size, leaving little batter on the sides of the bowl to scrape down. Two heavy-duty dough hooks are included for making bread. A release button easily ejects the beaters or hooks for cleanup. Made of lightweight plastic and fairly compact in size, this mixer is easier to lift and store in a cabinet than some of the heavier cast-iron stand mixer models. This appliance is covered by West Bend under a 90-day warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-release beater ejection; 90-day warranty
  • Powerful 12-speed electronic stand mixer
  • Easy-to-use speed control; automatic bowl rotation
  • Electronic sensor automatically adjusts speed to mixing load
  • Includes 1-1/2-, 4-quart stainless-steel bowls; two beaters; two dough hooks

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great mixer
We've had this mixer for several years now. Works great for mixing cakes, pies and cookies. Also mashes potatoes very well. I like the ability to use it as a hand and stand mixer. Great versatility.

Only reason for 4 stars is it has a short cord. Manufacturer claims for safety reasons. Unplugs if falls, etc. ... Read more


10. West Bend 58030 12-30 Automatic Party Perk
list price: $36.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008IHA1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 8592
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Amazon.com Review

This polished aluminum coffeemaker brews coffee and then lets brunch guests or executives at a breakfast meeting serve themselves. The coffeemaker brews up to 30 cups of coffee and averages about one cup per minute in brewing time. For accurate filling, the urn has water level markings on its interior. The coffeemaker has a red serving light that illuminates when brewing is complete and the coffee is ready to pour. The two-way faucet pours easily and is dripless. An automatic temperature control keeps coffee warm as long as it is plugged into an outlet. For safety from burns, the filter basket has a cool tip and the handles, base, and lid are all heat-resistant. Additionally, the coffeemaker’s cover twists to lock, ensuring that accidental spilling will not occur. The coffeemaker comes with a detachable cord for easy storage. This appliance is covered by West Bend under a 1-year warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 15 by 9-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 30-cup automatic coffeemaker with 2-way dripless faucet for easy serving
  • Brews 1 cup per minute; automatic temperature control
  • Twist-lock cover helps prevent accidental spillage
  • Heat-resistant handles, base, lid, filter basket tip for added safety

11. West Bend 84294 The Crockery II 4-Quart Slow Cooker
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000CF8MJ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 329
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

West Bend's Oval 4-Quart Crockery Cooker has a country-kitchen look, with clean white curves accented in gold, maroon, and navy blue, with a freehand-style floral motif. Its casual design is well suited to everyday kitchen use, but it's also decorative enough to take its place in a buffet line-up. (During fall and winter, it's great for keeping hot cider or mulled wine warm.) The stoneware insert--also a deep blue--can be used as a serving or baking dish.

There are three temperature settings--Hi, Lo, and Keep Warm, and an indicator light underneath the control dial verifies that the heating element is engaged. The domed glass lid helps keep an eye on whatever's cooking. The body of the slow cooker is metal, so exercise caution, as it does heat up along with the contents as they cook. The lid and handles, however, are made of a stay-cool plastic and can be safely touched during the cooking process.

Clean-up is very easy; warm soapy water will do the trick. (The base unit is not immersible; just use a soapy rag or cloth.) Do not use scratchy, abrasive cleaners on any part of the slow cooker. The glass lid and stoneware insert are both dishwasher-safe. The slow cooker measures 15-1/2 by 11 by 9 inches (including lid and handles). West Bend products include a 90-day warranty against defects and come with a detailed booklet of instructions, recipes, and tips. --Garland Withers ... Read more

Features

  • 15-1/2 by 11 by 9 inches; 90-day warranty
  • 4-quart oval slow cooker, with dark-blue stoneware insert
  • 230 watts with three temperature settings
  • Stay-cool plastic handles and skid-resistant rubber feet
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware crock and glass cover

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect fit, perfect size, perfect cook
I have used this crock pot for three meals so far without problems. It show great promise of the being the (almost) perfect slow cooker.

I purchased this model because it is as close to the perfect crock pot as you can get. Our other crock pot is a 6 quart round model and too large for normal cooking and "burns" or over-cooks normal meals. This four quart crock pot is the perfect size for our family of four. We can fill it half-way with fixings for a half-gallon of stew (gives leftovers) or make a full pot of spaghetti sauce that will provide for a couple of meals. The three settings (High / Low / Keep Warm) work as you would think. I did note that the 'Keep Warm' setting may be a bit too hot for delicate sauces but was just right for the stew and spaghetti. Four quarts (1 gallon) is a lot of food!

Any crock you get should have a dishwasher safe removable crock and lid like this one. An oval crock pot allows you to fit larger cuts of meat in the crock than a round pot. I can not fit my 6-quart crock in the dishwasher but can and do put this one in the dishwasher.

This crock pot does not 'loose steam' as some of the others are described but the lid is not sealed like a pressure cooker. As the food is cooked, steam is emitted. It gathers and cools at the (inside) top of the glass lid and drips down to the side of the lid, collecting on the lip of the crock where the lid sits. The lid sits on the lip of the crock easily with a few small dimples to prevent it from sealing (this is good - keep reading). As the steam condenses on the side of the crock the water collecting on the side seals the cooker. It works. Steam is kept in the crock pot but the pot will not become a pressure cooker. The glass lid will not 'bubble' or rock on the stone crock as it cooks so it is safer than some older models. It works and works well.

The oval shape of the crock allows for a larger cuts of meat than a round crock pot the same size. The stone crock and glass lid is dishwasher safe and actually fits in the dishwasher. Clean-up is easy. The pot does not take up too much space in the cupboard.

This crock pot has a great price for what you get. A higher price may not get you a better crock pot. Until I see a crock pot with intelligent sensors (senses the temperature of what you are cooking) and digital controls for temperature and time with pre-sets for different types of sauces and meals, this is the one. ... Read more


12. West Bend 88533 3-Quart Electric Fondue Pot, Black
list price: $46.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000E2HFW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 3088
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Amazon.com Review

Fondue has gone in and out of vogue over the years, but it's firmly back "in" now, probably for good this time. West Bend's 3-quart Electric Fondue Pot, with its classic black metal curves, fulfills the dual purpose of a fondue pot--to cook evenly and efficiently while looking great on a serving table. And the nonstick lining ensures a quick clean-up, a nice bonus after an evening of entertaining

An adjustable control allows for a wide range of temperatures, from gentle melting of chocolate to a more formidable heat needed for hot oil fondues. The power cord has a breakaway safety function that will immediately detach and cut power to the device if it is jostled. The West Bend 3-quart Electric Fondue Pot comes with eight fondue forks, with black plastic handles and the classic color-coded finials--the three primary colors and white. The enclosed booklet includes recipes for cheese, broth, oil, and dessert fondues.

Clean-up is very easy; warm soapy water will do the trick. To protect nonstick finish, do not use scratchy, abrasive cleaners on any part of the fondue pot. With the temperature/power cord removed, the fondue pot is and dishwasher-safe. It measures 13-1/4 by 8-1/2 by 8 inches (including lid and handles). West Bend products include a 90-day warranty against defects and come with a detailed booklet of instructions, recipes, and tips. --Garland Withers ... Read more

Features

  • 13-1/4 by 8-1/2 by 8 inches; one-year warranty
  • 3-quart black nonstick, dishwasher-safe electric fondue pot
  • Heat-resistant handles and legs and a domed glass lid
  • 1000-watt QuikRelease safety power cord with adjustable temperature control
  • Eight fondue forks and recipe booklet included

13. West Bend 6111 Heart Smart Indoor Grill, Black
list price: $49.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00030J1SE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 20820
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Features

  • Glass cover & heat resistant handles
  • Ribbed grilling surface to drain grease
  • Solid area to grill vegetables, pancakes or keeping grilled foods warm
  • Virtually smokeless - add water to interior water level markings
  • Dishwasher safe grill surface and drip tray

14. West Bend 58002 12-42 Cup Automatic Party Perk
list price: $40.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00006WNSN
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 33459
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Amazon.com Review

Every organization needs at least one of these large-capacity coffeemakers for group meetings. Attractive enough for a corporate ballroom, handy as all get-out for those family reunions, this model by West Bend features a highly polished aluminum case with black trim, an aluminum interior, a two-way dripless faucet, a cool-tip filter basket (no paper filter needed), and a detachable two-foot cord for easy storage. Best of all, the coffeemaker brews 12 to 42 cups quickly, up to one cup per minute. Or it can be used to heat water for tea and instant drinks. The coffeemaker stands 17 inches high and is covered with a one-year warranty. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Detachable cord and serving light
  • 2-way faucet for single cup or continuous filling
  • Heat-resistant handles, base, lid and filter basket
  • Cool-tip filter basket for easy removal of grounds and stem
  • Interior water level marking for easy filling

15. West Bend 54129 5-9 Cup Automatic Perk
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00008IHA0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 23733
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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This elegant polished aluminum coffee percolator brews and serves five to nine cups of hot coffee--all in the same carafe. For accurate filling, the carafe has water level markings on its interior. The detachable plug lets you brew anywhere and an automatic temperature control keeps coffee warm as long as it is plugged into an outlet. The lock-on lid and dripless pouring spout prevent any spillage during pouring. For additional safety from burns, the filter basket has a cool tip and the handles, base, and lid are all heat-resistant. This appliance is covered by West Bend under a 90-day warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 4-1/2 by 8-1/2 by 10-1/2 inches; 90-day warranty
  • 5- to 9-cup polished aluminum coffee percolator
  • Easy-to-read, interior water level markings
  • Automatic temperature control; lock-on lid
  • Heat-resistant handles and no-drip pour spout for easy serving

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Coffee Pot
I could hear it, LOUD! Which was GOOD! It cuts off great after coffee is made! And a reasonable price. Quick shipping too! Just two days.

5-0 out of 5 stars coffee taste with a bang
plain and simple west bend is the best little coffee pot ever made period. ... Read more


16. West Bend 56870 10-Cup Drip Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless
list price: $34.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00030J15M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 41511
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Features

  • Keep warm function
  • Programmable clock/timer with digital display
  • Removable cone filter and filter holder
  • Dishwasher safe glass carafe
  • Pause n' Serve feature

17. West Bend 76004 Rotary Snack Oven, Gray
list price: $59.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00030J1TI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 17496
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Amazon.com Review

More energy-efficient than ovens and more consistent than many microwaves, the West Bend Rotary snack oven is a great way to heat and cook all kinds of snacks. Its dual-element design--one on the top and one on the bottom--allows for easily tailored cooking, since you can choose to operate one element at a time or both at once. The nonstick baking pan rotates throughout the cooking process for consistent results and removes from the unit for simplified cleanup. Designed for pizzas, quesadillas, frozen food, sandwiches, and desserts, the oven includes a 30-minute timer, venting holes for steam regulation, and a view window for monitoring food without releasing heat. Operation is straightforward and simple, and the instruction manual includes recommended cooking times for a variety of foods. Measuring approximately 14-1/2 by 7-1/4 by 12-1/2 inches, the oven comes in a gray finish with black accents and carries a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • 14-1/2 by 7-1/4 by 12-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
  • Countertop rotary oven for pizzas, quesadillas, frozen food, and desserts
  • Includes heating elements on top and bottom for optimal cooking
  • Removable nonstick cooking tray for serving and easy cleanup
  • 30-minute timer; view window; integrated steam vents

18. West Bend 78012 2-Slice Toaster, Black
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00030J1UM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 9572
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Features

  • Removable crumb tray
  • Adjustable crust control
  • 3 settings; Bagel, Re-heat and Cancel
  • Indicator light
  • Automatic and manual off switch

19. West Bend 84346 6-Quart Oval Crockery Cooker
list price: $36.99
our price: $31.99
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Asin: B0000E2HFX
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 19375
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Amazon.com Review

This is a little larger than the average crockery cooker, so those who cook in quantity might be particularly interested. The enclosed recipe booklet includes a recipe for a 5-pound pork roast; most roaster chickens would also do nicely in there. The clean, white curves of the slow cooker and its off-white accents will look good in just about any kitchen, and it would seem right at home in a buffet line-up. (During fall and winter, it's great for keeping hot cider or mulled wine warm.)

There are three temperature settings--Hi, Lo, and Keep Warm, and an indicator light underneath the control dial verifies that the heating element is engaged. The domed glass lid helps keep an eye on whatever's cooking. The body of the slow cooker is metal, so exercise caution, as it does heat up along with the contents as they cook. The lid and handles, however, are made of a stay-cool plastic and can be safely touched during the cooking process.

Clean-up is very easy; warm soapy water will do the trick. (The base unit is not immersible; just use a soapy rag or cloth.) Do not use scratchy, abrasive cleaners on any part of the slow cooker. The glass lid and stoneware insert are both dishwasher-safe. The slow cooker measures 17-1/2 by 12 by 10 inches (including lid and handles). West Bend products include a 90-day warranty against defects and come with a detailed booklet of instructions, recipes and tips. --Garland Withers ... Read more

Features

  • 17-1/2 by 12 by 10 inches; 90-day warranty
  • 6-quart oval slow cooker, white with off-white stoneware insert
  • 255 watts with three temperature settings
  • Stay-cool plastic handles and skid-resistant rubber feet
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware crock and glass cover

20. West Bend 53655 5-Cup Hot Pot, White
list price: $19.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004RC6I
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: West Bend
Sales Rank: 14445
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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The electric hot pot is easy to use and keeps water hot as long as it is plugged in. Simply fill the container up (with no more than 5 cups of water) and plug it into a 120-volt AC outlet. In about 10 minutes water will be suitably hot for tea and other steaming beverages or snacks. The heat-resistant handle, base, and cover ensure safety from burns, and the turn-to-secure lid prevents boil-over. The one drawback of this otherwise useful hot pot is the noise it makes--the loud heating mechanism switches on and off periodically, which can become tiresome. --Rebecca Wright ... Read more

Features

  • Heats water quickly for instant snacks or beverages
  • Compact and portable
  • Automatic temperature control and turn-to-secure cover
  • Interior cup level markings and pouring lip design helps reduce dripping while serving

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
I bought one of these on February 10th. It has a 60-day warranty. On April 8th it started leaking out of the seam above the heating element. I have only used it to heat water for tea, coffee, etc and never let it go dry.

The previous WestBend pots I have had (different models) lasted about a year and then had to be replaced, which meant that I was buying a new one each year (excessive).

But this latest model's new twist of a 60 day lifespan is too much. And to return it you have to mail it to WestBend, pay for the shipping and insurance -- which is half the cost of the item.

I guess it's a great racket, if you can sucker enough people into buying it.

My recommendation -- Don't waste your money!

1-0 out of 5 stars safety hazard that doesn't boil water
As a college student I have limited access to a kitchen. I have another hotpot that I use to make soup and such, but I decided to purchase this hotpot to have a small one to heat up water for cocoa/tea/etc. I've been sorely disappointed with its performance.

1. It DOESN'T BOIL WATER. Yes, it does heat the water to a high temperature, but the water never actually boils.

2. It's EXTREMELY LOUD. The heating element makes very loud clicking sounds when it engages/dis-engages. (The way this hotpot works is to turn the heating element intermittently on and off until the highest temperature is reached. Once it's hot, the element continues to turn itself on and off-albeit less frequently than when it's in the heating process-to maintain temperature). The sound it made was so loud that it would distract me from whatever else I was doing.

3. This product DOES NOT SHUT ITSELF OFF. If you forget about it and leave it plugged in, eventually the water will evaporate and the element will be left hot. There is a danger of shorting the unit and/or starting a fire. The only way to turn it off is to unplug it.

This loud clicking noise annoyed me so much I only used the product three times. Even if it didn't make sound I wouldn't use it-- this hotpot never boiled water and without a safety-off it's a hazard.

1-0 out of 5 stars poor product
I am totally disappointed with this product: it doesn't bring the water to boil. Its function is just to heat up the water to a certain temperature. There is no signal to tell you that the water is ready for use. So you would have to check on it or to guess. The maual says it takes about 5 minutes to heat up 3 cups of water, mine too more than 9 minutes.

4-0 out of 5 stars It works! and I'll tell you how...
This hot pot is great if you are a college student and want to make hot tea any time of day. Here's the trick to get almost boiling hot water: Realize that the pot does not 'control' the temperature per se, it just heats up the water and continues to do so for up to 20 minutes. Therefore, if you want ONE cup of water as close to boiling as possible, fill the pot just over the 2 cup line, let it heat up for at least 6 minutes, if not 10, then pour yourself some hot water. And it doesn't really make up to 5 cups, that is, it will only fill up 3-4 coffee mugs maximum. All in all its a steal!

2-0 out of 5 stars There are better ones out there
Okay, I got this one because it was cheaper than the other model. It's also black --as one review rightly pointed out, it's pretty sleek. It has the advantage of having an openable lid, so clean up is not a problem. Why three stars? It doesn't freaking boil the water! Because there's no temperature control, you can only get the water as hot as the machine wants, which is pretty hot, but not boiling. So if you want to make coffee or tea, you will have to settle for less-than-boiling. Minor issue? That depends; I think West Bend should have put a temperature control on it at least. ... Read more


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