Stirreds.

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2012/02/22 00:35:59 (permalink)

Stirreds.

https://www.therobostir.c...uoPusK4CFWITNAodiibKOQ
 
Anyone try one of these?
 
 
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    Re:Stirreds. 2012/02/22 00:55:27 (permalink)
    Mar:
    I don't think I would touch this RoboStir with a 10-foot pole! 
     
    If you look at the video very carefully, in the little section where it is stirring just a pan of boiling water, the stirrer doesn't even get close to the edges of the pan, plus I am sure there are limits to the diameter of a pan it will efficiently stir.  Read the reviews on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/TeleBrands-4779-6-RoboStir-Automatic/product-reviews/B004PZ7FPY

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    Re:Stirreds. 2012/02/22 01:10:11 (permalink)
    I bet it works well with water in a specific sized pan.
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    Re:Stirreds. 2012/02/22 01:10:31 (permalink)

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    Re:Stirreds. 2012/02/22 01:39:11 (permalink)
    Also from the video, it doesn't appear to cover the entire pan in actual use. The mockup part where it supposedly demonstrates how it eventually works its way around to the entire pan bottom is the only part where it does that.
     
    Me, I'll just keep using a spoon.
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