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The Original Hotpop Microwave Popcorn Popper, Silicone Popcorn Maker, Collapsible Bowl BPA-Free and Dishwasher Safe- 20 Colors Available (Orange)

The Original Hotpop Microwave Popcorn Popper, Silicone Popcorn Maker, Collapsible Bowl BPA-Free and Dishwasher Safe- 20 Colors Available (Orange)


(9 customer reviews)
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  • ★ WHY CHOOSE SILICONE VS GLASS?: glass popcorn poppers are Fragile, can cause burns and have potential to shatter if dropped by children. Our Silicone HOTPOP Popcorn poppers bowls come with a lid and convenient built-in handles. The bowl is uniquely designed to spread the heat evenly so you will get delicious popcorn with very few if any unpopped kernels. Our HOTPOP Popcorn poppers are Kid and Family Friendly, made with heat resistant, Nonbreaking food-grade silicone.
  • ★ TASTY POPCORN IN MINUTES: Just pour popcorn kernels to the bowl, add oil, salt and flavorings according to your taste and put it in the microwave! HOTPOP big-size bowl can hold up to 15 cups of popcorn so you can make crisp tasty popcorn for all your family and friends in just few minutes!
  • ★ TOXIN FREE: Now you can stop using potentially unhealthy popcorn microwave bags! HOTPOP is made of highly durable, heat resistant, BPA free and PVC free silicone, so you can be sure it’s the best choice for you and your family. With HOTPOP you can use little or no oil and get natural tasty popcorn!
  • ★ EASY TO STORE AND CLEAN: HOTPOP has a space saving collapsible design – 2.3 inch collapsed height, for easy and compact storage. It can be easily washed by hand or in a dishwasher.
  • ★ 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with our product, you will get a full refund.

Specification: The Original Hotpop Microwave Popcorn Popper, Silicone Popcorn Maker, Collapsible Bowl BPA-Free and Dishwasher Safe- 20 Colors Available (Orange)

Package Dimensions

10.1 x 7.3 x 2.3 inches

Item Weight

11.2 ounces

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

June 28, 2020

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9 reviews for The Original Hotpop Microwave Popcorn Popper, Silicone Popcorn Maker, Collapsible Bowl BPA-Free and Dishwasher Safe- 20 Colors Available (Orange)

4.9 out of 5
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  1. Freddy

    Klasse Popcorn Maker. Leicht zu reinigen und in der Spülmaschine auch ohne Probleme gereinigt. Praktisch für die Mikrowelle hat er zwei Markierungen für die Füllmenge an Maiskörnern. Ich war es satt, bei Popcorn in der Tüte zum Selbermachen, die Hälfte verbrannt oder gar nicht aufgegangen, weg zu werfen. Deshalb hatte ich mir diesen Maker gekauft um von der Tüte hierein um zu füllen. Und damit gelingt einem auch super das Popcorn in der Mikrowelle. Hier gingen zwar auch manche Körner nicht auf, aber das war verschwindet gering und lag dann am Mais und nicht an dem Maker. Ich würde ihn sofort wieder kaufen. Klasse Ware 🙂

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  2. Margaret Johnson

    So with our old air popper, popcorn would fly everywhere, lots of kernels would be wasted. But this popped almost all of them. Out of 1/4 a cup, only 20 unpopped kernels. I’m so happy with this product. No burnt popcorn. I think if I left it in the microwave 30 more seconds all kernels would have popped so I’ll try that next time. I definitely recommend this product.

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  3. Anahita M.

    Excellent product.
    1/3 cup corn
    One quick spray of oil
    A pinch or two of salt.
    2 minutes in my Costco bought Panasonic basic microwave
    The result: 99% seeds popped to perfection.

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  4. Jaw

    This thing is Amaz-balls. Microwave popcorn without all the nasty salt & crap. And it’s collapsible. Fill up to their first line with a 1/4c of popcorn it makes about 5 &1/2c of fluffly perfect popcorn. I also made 1tbsp of kernels which made 2cups of popcorn. Perfect single size. I had a lot of kernels left at the bottom of the bowl my first try with the 1/4c but I scooped out the popcorn and put the bowl back with the unpopped kernels and it made another 1&1/2c of popcorn. It gives crisp fluffy nice popcorn when using premium kernels. You can use with a tiny bit of oil or none. I made a bowl of all variations of oil, no oil, coconut oil refined and unrefined. The fluffiness and crispiness was the same for all versions. But the two best tasting was no oil plain one and the organic virgin unrefined coconut oil to give it a nutty flavor. Put in another bowl and eat plain or add salt, butter, flavoring etc. But it will still be less sodium than the store bough microwave popcorns. I made 4 bowls back to back and none of them got burned. I did use the listening method of the pops slowing down. In my microwave which I think is 1100 watts it takes about 3.5 – 4 mins.

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  5. Monica

    So far as I’m concerned, popcorn is a food group. I’m so obsessed with it, I grow my own from organic seed stock I got from a hippie who spent 20 years perfecting the variety to grow perfectly in my micro-climate. So yeah… I’m into popcorn.

    I’ve made my own on the stove for years with the old saucepan and oil method. It’s extremely dangerous; more than once I’ve nearly lit my kitchen on fire. It’s fun to explain the scorch marks to my husband in a way that sounds like I should be trusted alone in a kitchen. So to save my marriage and my house, I gave this a try.

    I was super skeptical that this do-dad would work for me. But it’s actually – dare I say it – better than doing it on the stove. The popcorn comes out tender, though I haven’t quite gotten my timing down right and I end up with about 15% old maids. My microwave is also possessed by the spirit of a disgruntled old man who stubbornly refuses to do anything in a timely manner, never moves over so you can pass him on the interstate, and has named his last 3 dogs Bob, Bob Jr., and Bob III, so that’s probably not this silicone gizmos fault.

    – Tender popcorn
    – Easy to clean
    – Won’t have to waste money on a divorce lawyer
    – Pretty teal color
    – I’m no longer on a first name basis with the local firemen

    – Some old maids, could be my microwave’s fault.
    – I’m no longer on a first name basis with the local firemen

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  6. Erick

    Es fácil de usar, las instrucciones vienen claras en un papel incluido en el empaque.

    Puedes verlo como un pro o un contra pero es más que se adhiera la sal a las palomas, pero saben bien.

    Una porción de tamaño “grande” es de 100 gramos que ya viéndolo en un bowl son muchas palomas vs una bolsa de palomas de microondas.

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  7. Kristy

    I bought this as joke for my hubby who has been missing movie theatre popcorn during covid. I thought this was the next best thing next to a full size popcorn maker on wheels. Lol
    It works so well!! We were pleasantly surprised and highly recommend.

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  8. Hannah

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     This is a great product. I don’t like microwave popcorn (too greasy), a bag of good popped popcorn is quite expensive, and hauling out my West Bend Stir Crazy is too much work and too much cleaning. Following the instructions, I measure out a quarter cup of kernels, and based on a suggestion from other reviewers, I stir in a teaspoon of peanut oil, put it in the microwave. I have experimented and on our microwave the “popcorn” setting works just fine – the kernels do not burn and there are just a few unpopped kernels. Cleaning is easy – a soapy sponge does the trick. The popper is flexible silicone rubber and folds/compresses to 1/4 the height you see in the picture, so storing does not take a lot of space. I expect I will be buying these for several family members.

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  9. Born in Kansas

    I have a Panasonic 1250 watt microwave and found that this tub works well at 2:50 on the timer, at full power. One Star deduct for the fact that, when I use 1/3 cup of Jolly Time popcorn (which takes it up to the lower line level inside the popper, that it always leaves about 2-3 tsp of unpopped kernels. After removing the popped kernels, I can put the unpopped back in for another minute or so and get most of them to pop. Well, what if I just extend the original cooking time? Although I have not tried it, I fear or suspect that it might start burning the already popped kernels. I do not use oil, since that would be counterproductive to why I bought this to begin with. I don’t understand why the rest of the kernels don’t pop in the original time frame, but am willing to live with the wasted kernels, since using this is so easy, hassle free, and needing no cleanup afterwards, beyond wiping the insides with a paper towel. 1/3 cup of kernels is just right to completely fill this tub, but to make larger batches for movie night for several viewers, I have to resort to my Stir Crazy, which uses 1 cup of kernels to produce two large movie theater style popcorn tubs. I would have to do 3 batches in the HOTPOP to equal that, which becomes less convenient than the Stir Crazy (which requires 2-3 Tbsp of oil to pop 99% of the Jolly Time kernels.

    After seeing a lot of 1 Star reviews, I do not trust them at all and think some reviewers purposely fabricate sabotage reviews or false reviews for reasons that I can’t fathom. When used as directed and following advice to do test runs on length of time to microwave successfully in whatever microwave one owns, this tub performs pretty efficiently and does not burn the popcorn. I think most people can set their timer for 3 minutes or 3 plus 15 seconds and then standby to listen for the signs that kernels have pretty much stopped popping and noting the time left, to be subtracted from their starting time, to establish the optimum time to set the timer in the future. Generally when popping lapses reach 3-5 seconds of silence, its time to open the door and remove the tub. At that point, all but 1-2 tsp will be left unpopped.

    One thing I noticed which surprised me was how hot the HOTPOP tub gets (on the handles as well as the body of the tub). It is manageable after one tub is popped, but if you do tubs in succession for more than one tub, the handles get too hot to handle without using pot holders. So something in the chemical composition of the silicone is causing the tub to react to the microwaves and heat in response. This can sometimes also be noticed when microwaving things in glass cookware, such as Corningware bowls. I don’t know whether that is a negative thing with the HOTPOP, as regards to health, but I suspect that it is harmless since I don’t think that there can be any transfer of the tubs substance to things that are heated in the dry environment of no oils to leach from the tub to the popcorn. As a former restaurant owner I was, and am keenly focused on food safety (not using any aluminum cookware especially, since the jury is out on whether aluminum can leach into liquids cooked with acidic ingredients such as tomatoes etc). So for me, if it isn’t stainless steel, I am not cooking in it. But when it comes to a product like this, I think it is most likely a safe situation.

    Other reviewers keep mentioning the failure of the pinch test to determine if something is 100% silicone. I am not convinced that is the absolute barometer one should use in judging all of the various brands of competing microwave popping tubs. So many of the brands pledge on a stack of bibles that they are 100% pure silicone, but when you read reviews on every one of them, there are plenty of naysayers out there in the 1 and 2 Star review categories that claim and show through pictures that the pinch test revealed the inclusion of non-silicone ingredients. Something is not right on this point. Is the pinch test really relevant at all or are the manufacturers flat out lying, or are the reviewers not being entirely honest. For me, in the big picture of all this, I think it is a worthless attribute to focus on, without empirical evidence through destruction testing to define what exactly is in a specific product, if it is not pure 100% silicone. And lastly, as regards to the safety of silicone, we should be mindful of the fact that silicone breast implants have been proven to be extremely injurious to the health of women who have had silicone leaking into the system from failed implants. So who is to say that it is save in a situation like a microwave popper. I thing it is all a bunch of false noise and will feel entirely comfortable using this popper or other brands that are the most popular on the market.

    Sorry for all of the detours in this review, but these are thoughts that come to mind when deciding what to share, that might be helpful or of value to consider.

    I also have a stir

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