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DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature…

Original price was: $18.99.Current price is: $16.99.

(8 customer reviews)
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  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is the ORIGINAL (and most trusted) egg cooker on the market, for perfect eggs, your way, EVERY TIME, we guarantee it.
  • SIX EGG CAPACITY: Cook up to 6 eggs in soft, medium, or hard boiled firmness, while saving time and water. Eggs come out consistently perfect with shell easy to peel, and clean up is snap.
  • VERSATILE: This is the PERFECT appliance for picky eaters, large families, or those who have busy schedules. Hard boiled eggs, soft boiled eggs, poached eggs, scrambled eggs, individual omelets, and all within minutes of the push start button – it couldn’t be easier.
  • COMPACT plus LIGHTWEIGHT: Weighing 1lb, the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is your MUST-HAVE for that first apartment, smaller kitchen, college dorm life, or camper/rv traveling. Plus, its sleek design and trendy color options will accent any kitchen space (bonus all included accessories fit inside, taking up even LESS space).
  • INCLUDES: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker includes a poaching tray, omelet tray, 6 egg holder tray, measuring cup, recipe book and recipe database access (all non-electric parts are dishwasher safe).

Specification: DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature…







Item Dimensions LxWxH

8 x 6 x 6 inches

Item Weight

1 pounds

Is Electric


Product Dimensions

8 x 6 x 6 inches



Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

September 14, 2015

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8 reviews for DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature…

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  1. An observer

    It does what it’s supposed to do. What you need to know is, there are lots of variables involved in getting the boiled egg you like. It’s a matter of trial and error until you figure it out.
    — size of egg matters; the bigger the egg, the more water & time it’s going to need (more than it says)
    — temperature of egg matters; whether it’s lukewarm from the hen-house or just out of a cold fridge
    — your personal take on what “soft,” “medium,” and “hard” is supposed to be like

    I started off with an Extra Large “Country Hen” brand egg (just one egg) and filled the little cup to exactly the “medium” mark. I did not puncture the egg. It steamed for around 4 minutes and the music came on. I turned off the music and let it sit in the unit another 30 seconds, then transferred it to a bowl of cold water for one minute, then started peeling it. I got most of the peel off one-third of the egg and was having trouble getting the peel off. Then I realized the egg was really, really squishy and not cooked. So, I deposited the partly peeled egg back in the unit and filled the cup to the “soft” setting this time. At the end of 2 minutes the music went off and I could see that the white of the egg looked a little firmer, so I removed the egg (with a potholder) and tried peeling it again; it was still kind of squishy. I repeated this last process one more time, filling the cup to “soft” and then was able to peel the egg; still a little difficult to peel but I was finally able to slide a spoon under the egg’s membrane and got it loose. The photo is what it looked like after I placed the egg on toast and chopped it up. All I can say is it’s an egg, and it came out the way I intended it, but I need to figure out the water measurement better next time so I didn’t have to go through all that rigamarole. I provide this description of what I did for others who find that their egg is not quite cooked enough; you can stick it back in the unit and cook it some more! It works.

    As for the unit itself, there are a lot of things I really like about it:
    — The overall shape is pleasantly round, and not bulbous or squarish like some of them. It’s more organic looking with roundy legs and not stick-like legs.
    — The cord is white, not black like some other brands, and blends in better with my kitchen counter. It’s not super long, but it’s long enough.
    — I got the yellow one and I’m really pleased with the color; it’s the same soft color as a cooked egg yolk, and not glaringly yellow.
    — The top part of the unit can be secured onto the bottom part by turning the top so that it “locks” with the bottom part; the instructions say not to do that, though, while it’s cooking. But this makes it easier to lift the unit together with its top and parts inside it, instead of having separate pieces that can fall off. Some of the other brands don’t have this feature.
    — The unit only cooks 6 eggs at a time, not 7 like most, but that’s fine with me because I only need to cook eggs for one or two people.
    — The fact that it only does 6 eggs means that the center of the egg holder is free for a little spindle that can be placed there before cooking so you can lift the entire egg tray up and move it to cold water. Other brands don’t have that.
    — The alarm is pleasantly musical and not too loud, unlike some other brands with a loud buzzer that knocks you off your feet.

    — The measuring cup is not marked with ink, just raised indicators same color as the clear plastic. You have to hold it up to the light to see how much you’re putting in there. I may order a better measuring cup for teaspoons, tablespoons, and ounces.

    Anyhow, I think I’ve gotten the best egg cooker available. The price is right, the unit is cute, it works, even if you flub up and have to keep putting the egg back in there, even partially peeled, it will still cook you an egg. And mine came out just fine even with all that fuss. I plan on getting better at it.

    I will report back if I come up with more tips.

    Update after 5 uses: I decided to punch a hole in the end of the egg, and this does seem to make it just a little easier to peel. I’m using Extra Large eggs, and it definitely takes a lot more water (= longer time). I’ve filled the cup to the “Hard” level, as well as a little above that, and the egg comes out more like soft/medium-boiled (but not runny). I don’t leave it in the machine; I take it right out and lower it into a bowl of water with ice cubes for a minute. Every morning I can look forward to an egg now, without the hassle of getting out pots and pans and trying to guess how long the egg is going to take or winding up with a harder or softer egg.

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  2. Jason

    Drunk at 2AM but really craving a hard boiled egg? How about six of them?

    This delightful kitchen appliance does exactly what it says on the tin and more, and includes a whole bunch of recipes that I am too lazy to follow but dream about between episodes of professional chefs on youtube.

    It comes in an adorable package with everything you need to make eggs in just about every way you can imagine, and is pretty easy to clean up.

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  3. MelH

    I do not want to leave a 1 star review because I actually love this egg cooker. However after 2 months it leaks water out of the bottom everywhere. I have tried to contact Amazon and get no reply. I contacted Dash through their contact us on webpage and no reply after 2 months. Unfortunately that is why I’m leaving a 1 star review. It isn’t cheap to buy and I just want it replaced.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    I am one of those people who just loves eggs. My daughter too. Being egg people, we usually would throw a bunch in a pot and boil-em good ol’ fashioned style and leave it at that, maybe trying baking them now and then, but nothing special. I had heard about this lil’ contraption and was intrigued…could i really get my bag o’ eggs ready even quicker? And poach my eggs too? Omelettes??? In ONE MACHINE??!?!?!

    Well, I did what any egg lover would do and went ahead and ordered this lil’ cooker. I was impressed. Rather than having to dirty yet another pot and wait for water to boil, I can just plug this thing in, put some eggs in, and BOOM! EGGS! After just minutes they were done ready for me and my egg-child to eat. I’ve even made omelettes and poached eggs and been pleased as well. I couldn’t ask for more. It’s the kitchen item I never knew I needed!

    Now, the only downside is that the first time the buzzer goes off, you might just need a change of pants. You get used to it, but the buzzer to let you know the eggs are done is akin to the worst alarm clock you had as a kid…you know, the brown ones that probably your mom/dad or grandma/grandpa had that would somehow sound like an eagle getting tortured by a lawnmower? I mean, for an amazing cooker it’s a small downside, just be prepared for a heart attack the first time you hear it.

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  5. Jeremy


    Tried making the omelette again… This time I added no additional ingredients (no peppers). So technically not an omelette. Just a scrambled egg. I started off by using 150% the amount of water the measuring cup states you need and letting it cook till the chime sounded. It was almost completely cooked this time. I did end up adding about 25% of the initial recommended water amount to the base again to continue cooking and that seems to make the eggs just right.

    It seems that adding anything to your “omelette” (i.e. cheese, peppers, anything…) reduces the efficiency of this egg maker. As you can read below, when I put a few pieces of chopped up peppers in my omelette, it took three cycles of cooking for the eggs to get done properly.

    I’m not thoroughly impressed over-all with the product, but it is easy to use and is easier to clean up than using a traditional frying pan.

    As I state below in my initial review…. as long as you don’t mind figuring out all the water levels, egg quantities, and time frames needed through a series of random tests…. you may enjoy this little egg-maker! You aren’t going to find this info in the instruction manual.


    First impression… This is a great idea in theory. However, they did a very poor job of delivering the “whole” product.

    My personal expectations were to open this product and place a few eggs inside, fill the base with water and push a button.

    To my surprise, the device says that it will do more than just hard boil eggs. It will also make omelettes and poached eggs. So I decided to have a very basic omelette for breakfast. (2 eggs with some diced up peppers)

    Well… I went to the instructions to see what I needed to do. Disappointing instructions to say the least. There are no directions on how many eggs you can or should use. Just says to spray your dish with grease spray, put in your eggs, add water to the base, and turn on the power and wait for the chime.

    I put in 2 eggs, added a couple of pieces of chopped peppers and turned on the machine. a few minutes later, the most obnoxious and non-ending music starts playing to let you know the eggs are done. I opened the lid and the eggs were still liquid. Edges were slightly cooked.

    So I added a little more water and turned it on again. Waited for the chime….. Nope… still liquid. So I stirred up the eggs and added a full measure of water to make an omelette from the beginning again.

    Third time was the charm. It finally cooked them completely. Unfortunately I didn’t watch the time to see how long this took, but I would guess it took about 15 – 20 minutes to cook a very small 2 egg omelette.

    My biggest complaint about this product is there lack of information on cooking different types of eggs. If you want hard boiled eggs, the instructions seem to cover this pretty well (Although I haven’t attempted to make any hard boiled eggs yet.). If you want any other style of egg…. good luck guessing your way through!

    I plan to try adjusting water levels from the beginning until I can setup my own # of eggs / Time table. Hopefully I can develop a method to perfect the use of the machine.

    Cleaning the machine seems pretty simple. No complaints there.


    * Great idea if you can get it to cook your eggs timely.
    * Easy clean up.


    * Annoying buzzer. They need to add a way to silence the buzzer (other than pulling the plug).
    * Instructions are TERRIBLE
    * Doesn’t cook your eggs in one cycle.
    * Very small unit only allows you to make about two eggs at a time (poached or omelette).
    * Doesn’t seem to save much cooking time.

    “A” for idea. “F” for execution.

    Do I recommend this product?

    Well, if you don’t mind playing scientist and figuring out everything on your own through a series of experiments…. why not?!? However, If you want something that you can just plug in and use with instructions, I’d probably say that this isn’t going to be a fun experience for you.

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  6. B. D. Pineda

    Este utensilio es de esas cosas que no sabías que necesitabas hasta que lo compras. Solo pinchas los huevos con un accesorio que ya trae el aparato, pones un poco de agua, lo conectas y después de unos minutos suena la alarma y listo. La alarma no suena a una alarma de incendios ni es tan ruidosa como pensé que sería después de leer algunas reseñas.
    Solo hay dos cosas a tomar en cuenta:
    1. Si te gustan los huevos bien cocidos, como a mi, échale más del agua recomendada. Yo le pongo casi un 50% más y quedan perfectos.
    2. Si metes un huevo que tenga la cáscara rota se va a despanzurrar

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  7. Z. L. Reynolds

    This is perfect for boiled eggs, consistent results with minimal effort. Honestly it did not look like much and there were other egg cookers I might have imagined were better but the reviews sold me on this one and despite its toy like appearance I’m pleased I bought this one. It has silly looking trays for poached egg and omelette, I haven’t tried these but will be trying the poached egg one, can’t see myself trying the omelette one as it’s easy to make without oil in a pan, but who knows?
    This has been a very good purchase for me, my sons have both started eating more eggs which is great as neither has the best diet and my eldest will now grab one from the fridge as a snack instead of crisps or chocolate.
    BTW the beep, although bearable, it’s extreme-sounding for an egg machine, sounds like a nuclear meltdown is in progress but on the plus side it’s not going to go unnoticed.
    The deposits you get on the metal inside the bottom of the cooker are difficult to remove with ordinary cleaners, even melamine sponges but it comes straight off with white vinegar 👍🏼

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  8. JJ

    UPDATE: I have used the egg cooker every day and have tweaked the water for the exact outcome I am wanting.

    Using bottled distilled water was the answer. We have well water and have a filter and softener. Apparently the minerals or softener caused the slight scorched water in the base. It didn’t happen with the distilled water.

    It is much smaller than I expected. The size would make it also perfect for a dorm room or a travel camper situation.
    The little music chime when finished cooking is cute.
    I used some of my really big fresh counter eggs. They touched the side of the dome lid. So egg size mattered a bit.
    I haven’t tried the omelet pan or pouched egg pan and probably won’t. My primary reason is for boiled eggs. Particularly soft and medium boiled eggs.
    I made hard boiled first and they came out perfectly without the ugly green rim around yolk from an over cooked egg.
    I then tried medium boiled eggs. That has required a bit of a learning curve. I am having an issue figuring out how much water is needed to the the white cooked but the yolk still creamy. I am getting closer. I’m sure the egg size and the egg temperature (I keep mine at room temperature) may all play a factor.
    The lid boiled water out one time but I think that may be due to a cracked shell.
    I noticed there is brown scorched residue on the stainless steel heater plate. We have soften well water that may be h tho e cause. It is easily remedied by a small bit of baking soda and white vinegar. I will try getting some distilled water and see if that fixes the issue.
    All in all it is a handy little egg cooker. I would and have recommended.

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    DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature…
    DASH Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature…

    Original price was: $18.99.Current price is: $16.99.
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