Rapid Egg Cooker

(104 customer reviews)


This fast egg cooker can surely make any style eggs in the matter of minutes.

  • 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature

  • 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.
  • Weighing 1lb, Rapid Egg Cooker is your MUST-HAVE for that first apartment, smaller kitchen, college dorm life, or camper/rv traveling.
  • 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).


This fast egg cooker can surely make any style eggs in the matter of minutes.

104 reviews for Rapid Egg Cooker

  1. 5 out of 5


    I first saw this on Buzzfeed and added it to my Wish List over two years ago. Did I want easy to cook eggs? YES. Did I want another gadget in my kitchen specialized for one thing? NOPE.So after a final particularly frustrating egg boiling/peeling session for deviled eggs, I decided to try it. IT DID NOT DISAPPOINT. It worked like a charm the first time! I have already told about ten people about it and they are all in heaven with their new egg cookers, too.Photos show days old eggs from my friend’s hens.The buzzer is not bad at all, if you grew up around old-school alarm clocks and have that to compare it to. Parts are top-rack dishwasher safe, and the bottom heating unit is easily wiped out with a wet towel or vinegar-dampened cloth. I also hand wash the egg poker/measuring cup.As for peeling, older eggs are better to use for soft/hard boiling because the membrane has had time to separate a bit from the shell. So buy two cartons at a time, and let one sit. Use that a week later for hard boiled and use the fresh ones for the poached/omelette/frittatas (Dash cooker) or pan-fried eggs.It comes with a handy recipe book both for eggs and other easily steamed foods such as broccoli and salmon. I highly recommend this to everyone. 

  2. 5 out of 5


    One of my trainers recommended I buy this since she makes hard boiled eggs daily. After reading the reviews at first I was iffy since a lot of people were complaining about it getting dirty after using it or it being difficult to clean. Hard boiled eggs are a pain (in my opinion) to make all the time so I figured I would still buy it since it was pretty inexpensive. I am so happy that I did! The instruction booklet explains how to make lots of different eggs, I however have only tried hard boiled so far. They come out 100% perfect every single time as you can see in the picture. As for the device it does get dirty after using it but I am able to easily clean it with water or vinegar & water after each use (or two if I’m being lazy) and it’s brand new! I would highly recommend this to anyone!

  3. 5 out of 5


    I was a little hesitant buying this because of the reviews mentioning loud squealing and whistling (I have a dog that scares easily lol!), but I am so impressed! When it’s done, it plays a chime song. No whistles or hybrid demons or anything! Maybe they’ve improved it since those reviews? The eggs are cooked perfectly with no guesswork. The cooker itself, I purchased the aqua one, is cute and small, making it easy to store away. This is seriously the best kitchen gadget I’ve ever bought! So easy! When my eggs were done, I unplugged the cooker and poured a bit of water in the bottom while it cooled, and left-behind residue easily sloshed off. No big deal at all.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Northern Exposure

    I’m not sure about some of the reviews I’m reading here. One individual complains about the item being made of plastic and “toxicity” and it says right in the description it’s made of plastic. Hello? And why would I worry if the eggs are in a shell?A couple others complained about the timer being loud or obnoxious. People, you need a loud buzzer to hear that the eggs are done when you’re doing other things in other parts of the house. These same people would no doubt complain if Dash had installed a buzzer that couldn’t be heard.This thing is great. We purchased it in June 2020 and it’s February 2021 as of this review. You can hard boil 18 eggs in less than 30 minutes and toss them in an egg carton in the refrigerator. The fact that it’s made of plastic keeps the price under control and besides, the guts are metal, so don’t worry about. My only negative observation would be this. It does brown on the bottom metal plate and that discoloration isn’t going to go away. It doesn’t affect the eggs or the cooking at all, however I wish Dash would have coated the bottom plate with ceramic or something that could wipe out easily. I’d pay the extra $2 per item if it had that ability.Some reviewers on Amazon in my opinion just find negative after negative. This thing is great and it’s only $20 and it saves you ever having to boil eggs over the stove in a large pot where you’re guessing as to how well they’re done.

  5. 5 out of 5


    We got this egg cooker back in July 2016. My whole family loves this little egg cooker. When we first got it we were surprised at how really small it is, mom however fell in love with it’s size. In any case no one could wait to try it so it went straight to work. We started with the omelet and even though it was a simple omelet it was really light and fluffy and tasty. We did add, to 2 eggs, green onions, a little bit of milk, salt and pepper, and covered it with cheese when it was done. yummy! My dad has improved the omelet by adding sides like avocado and tomatoes, he loves this little egg cooker. We have managed to boil (cook) 5 jumbo eggs, no more than that on the jumbo’s and the eggs come out spot on. We adjust the water to our liking. Now since we have had it for about 2 months we have found that it will cook more large eggs at a time than jumbos, so that has been a plus, thing is … it takes about the same amount of time just less or more eggs, depending on the size. We have found that some of the eggs do get a little scorched on the outside.. but it has not effected the inside at all. OHH let me tell you, the doctor wanted my mom to eat a boiled egg before bed instead of a toast *which was her go to*, we would boil her eggs and then peeling them was the most horrible thing to do. We would lose almost half the egg to peeling, which is why we found this “little” gem. The eggs peel so nice, no fuss no hassle and no loss of egg. We have had no real success in the poached.. still working on it, and we haven’t tried all the other options the cooker says that it does, we are just really happy to have a quick hard boiled egg cooker, that also makes, what we call, “Great Egg Cakes & Hard boiled eggs”.9/26/16 I wanted to add, about the scorching on the metal pan part, it does stink and it does discolor the bottom of the eggs, but it add no nasty flavor at all to the egg itself, and it only happens when boiling eggs. With this in mind I wanted to upload pictures of this, and that the fact that it is easy to clean if you use vinegar or you can use a scouring pad on it. It comes out clean either way. The pictures are of the burn, and with vinegar, the effect of the vinegar and the cleaned product. 

  6. 5 out of 5

    Umm Zaynab

    Cleaning: For those who say it “Rusts”, its actually the minerals from water and calcium residues from the egg shells that accumulate and turn brown. Solution is in the manual.• Mix 1 tbsp VINEGAR + Cup of water (which comes with the egg cooker) wait a few minutes and all the residue comes off. Wipe with a clean cloth or paper towel n its done, just like new (see pictures)The Egg cooker:This mini cute gadget is just awesome. Have been using this for over 1 year now, and I use it every day, perfectly boiled eggs every single time (no more guess work and no more setting up the timers).• Peeling eggs is so much easier• Saves time and water• Easy to clean• Easy to maintain, small size makes it fit anywhere ( and its cute)Would highly recommend this product.

  7. 5 out of 5


    No time for a full review but I love this gizmo! I got mine in June 3017…. And it’s still working great! I’ve bought several for gifts too!It sounded so silly… a hard boiled egg cooker… who needs that?!? Well, if mine broke today, I would get another one asap.It just makes the whole process easier, quicker and clean up is simple!I clean mine with some vinegar after each use and I use distilled water in it. It still looks brand new!Such a clever little gizmo that no kitchen should be without- if you eat eggs!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Fan

    My first try at hard boiled eggs were left with a yolk not all the way done BUT after reading reviews I added more water and left in for 5 minutes after timer went off. Then put in ice water. Did not pierce top and have had no problem peeling. Is so much faster than doing eggs on the stove.

  9. 5 out of 5


    Going out of my way to tell people of Amazon that this thing is worth $20. I spent. $19.95 I think. Anyway it’s fast and easier than a pot and water with timer you set. If you have to make a deviled egg tray, even making 3 batches would be easy because the peeling is easy too- I put them in a bowl of cold water then peel after less than a minute. I’m a full time nurse, mom, going to grad school and I’m getting fat from stress and this thing makes quick breakfasts for me and makes my life easy. The eggs always taste good if you wondered. TMI but I just think after letting it sit in my cart for a week before investing $20 I’m like okay this thing is awesome! It’s only been like 2 weeks that I’ve had it so I’m not sure how long it lives for but that price won’t make me die if I need to replace it. Also, I bought the red egg cups from infomercials and those sucked so bad so I didn’t know if I could trust another “fast egg cooker” item but someone will read my review and buy this thing. I won’t use it for omelets or poached though because if I have time to cut veggies or prep for something like that I’ll just use a real pan because this is small anyways. I only bought it for boiled eggs because that’s a real drag in the morning.

  10. 5 out of 5


    How to cook a hard boiled egg! Great little kitchen gadget that we use quite regularly. Hard cooks eggs well (slight learning curve as our ‘home grown’ browns are large to jumbo size – add more water like directions suggest). Alarm is the loud and piercing like other reviewers comment, but it is funny as we knew what to expect. Older eggs cooled down in an ice water bath peel to perfection. Fresh eggs (1-3 days old), perfect peeling is hit and miss – but, we still end up with less waste than conventional boiling. Hot plate ends up with some residue (?hard water or egg stuff) after cooking. I don’t always clean this off after every use and it can take a bit of scrubbing or baking soda to remove. Other pieces I hand wash or toss in dishwasher (top rack), if I remember. Really have been pleased with this little ‘spaceship’ egg cooker and would definitely recommend especially for hard boiled ones. Have poached a couple eggs in it and they were fine, we just don’t eat many eggs this way (don’t forget the butter or oil on poached, they stick if you do). Nice fact is that all the pieces will store in dome if you remove center lift so you won’t loose them and they are all in one spot. (At least on 6 egg model).

  11. 5 out of 5


    This thing is amazing. Seriously. I love hard boiled eggs, but they are a bit of a hassle for me to make. With the whole “boiling water” thing and then “putting the eggs in there”, and then the dreadful wait, until finally you get to take them out, put them in ice water, and then wait AGAIN?! Ugh.I picked this up because of the insane amount of good reviews, and reasonable price. Most of the negative reviews I saw were due to this thing screeching like a banshee when it was done, which I didn’t take as an entirely bad thing since I am a big fan of not burning my house down. Once I got it it took me about 3 minutes to read the instructions and with egg in hand, I got this thing ready to go.Basically this little device comes with a measuring cup, and on the bottom of said measuring cup there is a little needle that is covered by a cap. You take the cap off, poke a hole in the bottom of each egg (you set the eggs with the hole facing up in the egg cooker, this is to prevent mini egg grenades I assume and to release pressure), and then use the measuring cup to fill it with water. The measuring cup has 3 lines on it, one for soft boiled, medium boiled, and hard boiled eggs. Just fill the cup up to your desired egg wish, pour it in the tray of the egg maker, put the lid on (don’t latch it, again, cause of grenades n’ stuff), and push the start button.The first time I used this thing I set a timer on my phone, and was ready to turn this thing OFF as soon as I heard its nuclear siren pierce my ears with the wrath of 1000 crying babies. The egg maker automatically went off about 30 seconds sooner than my alarm, and to my surprise my ears were filled with a magical catchy tune. The music of the egg people, I presumed. I heard this and actually stood there and danced for a few seconds before turning it off, half due to the music, but half due to the 4 eggs I was about to devour. You still have to put the eggs in some ice water, but they peel much easier than making them on the stove in my experience.I cant say enough about how much I love this thing. No need to set a timer, easy to clean, and it even opened my eyes to medium boiled egg. I had been a medium boiled egg virgin prior to this device, but those are now my favorite kind! I highly recommend this to anyone that is looking for an easy and efficient way to make hard boiled eggs, it truly is an EGGcellent device!

  12. 5 out of 5


    I absolutely this mini egg cooker. Purchased a little over 6 weeks ago and was not able to use it until today. Had to wait to find directions, they were not included in my box. Got a copy from the daughter of a friend of mine who has a larger (7 egg cooker) that what I purchased. Used it the first time for 6 hard boiled eggs to make egg salad sandwich spread. It was so easy to use. Starting with the egg piercer all the way down to easy peeling. I did what my friend’s daughter suggested and let the eggs set in the cooker an extra minute to be sure they were really hard boiled eggs. Peeling was easier than when you self boil your eggs and they were cooked completely through. NO MORE GREEN rings around the yolk.I have a tendency to forget eggs when they are boiling on the stove. I recommend this little egg cooker to any one who wants to cook only one or two eggs and do not want to mess up a pan. Am seriously considering purchasing a larger (12 egg one) for my son and wife for Christmas. They makes a lot of egg salad sandwich mix for the family. This would make it much easier for them.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    I love this little egg cooker..it is so cute!! It makes eggs quickly and easily..so convenient! I bought the Dash mini waffle maker too…So while I’m making hard boiled eggs or poached eggs or an omelet, I start making my cute little waffles or Keto Chaffles. I love these little mini Dash products. I’m going to get the mini pie makers next… This cleans up very easily. The little instruction and recipe book is very informative. The timer is not annoying at all..I like the way it sounds. I have made hard boiled eggs , poached eggs, and an omelet..and they all turned out perfectly. I like my eggs cooked well done. So I followed the instructions..and left the hard boiled eggs in for a minute longer..after the timer went off. You just keep the lid on and wait about a minute. I also used oil spray for the poached eggs and omelet..they came out very easily and clean. I’m loving this..It would be so convenient to pack and take with you on a trip.. I have been wiping the metal heating surface off with my little dishcloths I bought from Amazon..After the water evaporates, it has the hard water deposits..so..I just wipe it clean with a little damp cloth . The little egg poker..works really well..You’re supposed to pierce the wide bottom part of the egg first before placing it on the tray. It’s very easy to use. 

  14. 4 out of 5


    I feel like every review should’ve opened with “THIS THING SCREECHES”. Would’ve been good to know. I thought “the timer will sound” meant a pleasant little ding or chime or I would’ve even been okay with a short elephant trumpet, but instead this tiny but mighty cooker will put out a continuous, shrill, miniature SIREN. What is it Lassie!?!? Is it the world’s smallest hurricane flood warning? Are the tornadoes coming!? Is there a fire!??No it’s your eggs, they’re cooked, because some designing genius thought, you know what folks want to hear as they rouse gently from slumber and prepare their breakfast in the lazy morning? A shrill-af non-stop siren that’ll raise your cortisol and maybe gnaw a bit into your mental health. If growing up you ever dashed to open the Microwave before it hit 0, just to spare yourself and your roommates the alarm from that loud microwave beep, boy is this the adult version for you.I’m honestly surprised not more people have remarked on this. Everyone is like oh good eggs! Perfect poach! Mm eggs! Gee yea the eggs taste good when going down with my heart medication bc that bugger shriek still makes my breath catch. I live in dread of it now. But I also want eggs.And I guess this does make eggs. It’s $20. It’s a fun size that fits well on the counter. The poached eggs not gonna lie come out a bit …ugly looking, but I just want eggs. Softboiled delivers as promised. The lines seem pretty accurate, I’ve found when I go above or under them, the cook does vary appropriately (under/over).So I’ll keep it for now until I’m rich enough to afford a better one and also therapy for the siren that haunts my dreams.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Barbara E. Chapman

    My husband was having trouble getting his soft boiled eggs the way he likes them. My son had bought this egg cooker and told me how much he liked his. Got this for husband’s birthday. One thing we liked: the instructions were so easy to follow and had color photographs that anyone could figure out. So many products come with poor instructions and often use international symbols rather than words. It has a measuring cup that shows how much water to use for each type of egg: soft boiled, hard boiled, poached or an omelette. You can adjust how hard or soft egg comes out by either using a bit more water or less water. Also you can leave the egg in a bit longer after the timer chime goes off. With a little trial and error, you can get your eggs to turn out exactly to your specifications! Also, poached eggs usually stick to metal egg cups but with this plastic poaching tray, the cooked egg slides right out with the use cooking spray as suggested. Cleans up easily. As with anything, if you read the directions first, you won’t have problems as these directions are very good. Also, we have not found that it rusts as someone mentioned. It does leave a mineral residue if your water has minerals in it. This residue can be easily cleaned off. Good value for your money.

  16. 5 out of 5

    D A Smith

    I don’t normally write that many Amazon reviews, but I was so pleased with this purchase I had to pass on my thoughts. For all my life, I have been a big fan of hardboiled eggs but could not peel one without destroying it. For the last year or so I have been buying hard boiled eggs from Costco, that is until they were no longer stocking them no doubt to current Covid supply issues. Realizing after several weeks that the eggs continued to be out of stock, I turned to Amazon to try the Dash egger cooker.• I found to my surprise, peeling eggs are now quick and easy. I have made several batches and they are all coming out great.• I have found that making my own eggs was costing me less than half of what the store-bought were priced at.• I am using large eggs whereas the store-bought hardboiled were medium size.• I feel better that the eggs I’m eating are fresh whereas the store bought are vacuum sealed and dated to last several weeks. However, making my own, I must use them within a week’s time.• With a little practice, the egg poacher and omelet pans work fine adding variety to your egg dishes.• I do suggest that you poke a hole in the top of the eggs as directed. Also, like so many others that purchased this item, I quickly misplaced the measuring cup with the pin in the bottom and the handle to the egg holder. I had to buy a second unit and I now have a place where I always store these items when not in use.Enjoy your eggs.

  17. 5 out of 5

    J t

    Update 2021:This cooker is going strong and awesome as ever. I’d give it 6 stars if possible. I started using the poaching tray this year and the eggs are perfect. It is imperative to use some non-stick spray in the tray for the egg to slide out. I’ve had great luck using water right at or slightly below the poaching line on the water cup. I use a little under when I am going to toss the eggs in some oatmeal to make an eggy porridge and they finish cooking in the warm oatmeal.Update 2020: Star rating changed from 4 to 5 – this cooker is boss.I’ve had this cooker over 2 years. It’s been used every day for the past year at least once, often twice and occasionally more. The sediment that builds up on the plate when doing hard cooked eggs is from the water. Pouring a little vinegar on the metal plate and letting it soak for a bit cleans it right up without too much scrubbing. I do the same with the egg holder platter and stem when it looks dingy and soap doesn’t clean it off. I still haven’t made poached eggs in the thing but I did get adventurous and started adding spinach to my omelettes. I need to fill the water just above the omelette line and let the egg patty sit in the cooker a few minutes to avoid a gooey center but it works well and is now my preferred prep method. The buzzer is as loud today as it was the first, a pro and con at the same time. I occasionally miss the buzzer when I’m in the back of the house but it dutifully continues to buzz, although occasionally intermittently, up to an hour later. No idea if it would continue past that point, I got tired of it and turned it off.Original review 2018:I’ve had this cooker about a month and I have used it several times every week.Hard/Medium boil: – The marking for hard boil on the cup resulted in eggs that had a slightly squishy yolk in the center which is no good for deviled eggs so I fill the water cup almost all the way to the top so it cooks a bit longer. I can boil 1 or 6 eggs at a time and they all come out the same level of doneness with the same amount of water and wait time after the buzz. I do leave them in the cooker a few minutes for a hard boil just to be sure the yolks are solid and I have yet to get any green or tough yolks doing this and the whites remain tender as well. The medium line was pretty good for the softer eggs I ate as a snack by themselves. I haven’t tried making soft boiled eggs as the medium boil was as soft as I like! VS cooking on the stove, the eggs from the cooker cool much quicker and without ice in the water, plus they peel just as easy a few days later right from the fridge. Not sure if I’d leave them past a few days as the shell needs piercing for boiling, but so far so good on 2-3 days. Also as mentioned in other reviews there is discoloration on the heating plate after boiling eggs but it doesn’t occur when using either of the egg cooking platter so I do not think it is rust but sediment from the shells.Omelette: – The markings for omelette are right on for me. I get a nice firmly formed egg that is still tender and an interesting puffy top layer. It isn’t so much an omelette as a thick egg patty and perfect for a sandwich on toast or a bun. There is a bit of overhang on an english muffin, but not so much you can’t make it work. The recipe booklet says you can add things like spinach to the egg in the cooker but I haven’t tried that yet. After the buzzer goes off I can add some cheese to the top and cover it for a minute while bread is toasting and the cheese melts nicely. Be sure to use vegetable spray to coat the cooking cup for easy release.Poaching: – Haven’t tried poaching myself but a friend has and said it worked well. Again, need to use that spray or else it’s a mess and hard to get out!Other thoughts: – I wasn’t shopping for an egg cooker, or even thought I needed one, before I saw this listed as a lightning deal around Thanksgiving. After reading so many funny and entertaining reviews regarding the buzzer I had to hear it for myself! I was a little disappointed that the sound wasn’t quite the ‘Klaxon of Doom’ I had been expecting. It is more like a high pitched annoying perpetual buzz that you really don’t want to continue listening to but could easily be missed if the washer/dryer/dishwasher was going at the same time and you’re a few rooms away. Overall the cooker does a great job making it possible to get a hot breakfast made while getting ready in the morning. I’ve probably saved hours of time and hassle on the few dozen hard boiled eggs alone. I wouldn’t be without the cooker now and aside from the urge to make a REAL omelette now and again (with 3 eggs), I am happy to let this cooker handle all of my egg cooking needs.

  18. 5 out of 5


    This mom’s new go to appliance.I make bento lunches for my son, and his favorite is hard-boiled eggs!I toss six eggs in with less than a 1/4 cup of water and 14 minutes later the unit shuts off by itself and I come back and easily peel the eggs. (I mean the shells slide off!!)I no longer have to wait for water to boil or watch and wait to turn off the stove.The eggs cook while the kids are in the tub and voilà lunch/breakfast is ready for the next morning. And I’m guessing if I forget or run behind I could have these ready while he get dressed for school in the morning!Custom omelette’s in a hurry is my next adventure!And did I mention how tiny and cute it is? Perfect for a kitchen with limited counterspace! See the picture for size comparison next to a one cup measure!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Luis Gomez Jr.

    I purchased an earlier model at a box store 7 years ago & still working strong.PROS:This is an updated model, has a locking lid & an alarm/chime when the eggs are done.CONS: The needle/nail installed underneath the plastic water container used to measure water for cooking the egg’s & puncturing the end of the eggs is super thick. The one on My original set is a lot smaller, so this newest “egg puncture nail” is way bigger & requires a lot more pressure to puncture the end of the egg. Make sure you practice with your fresh eggs over a sink until you get the hang of it.The directions say to place the punctured raw egg hole side up, I found the eggs stay intact with the hole side down (closest to the heated water pan) don’t worry the contents won’t drip out. If you put hole side up you will get 1-3 eggs that ooze out the whites when they cook & it just looks bizarre & gross. The other way they VERY RARELY ooze out.Bought it for my mom as she eats & loves hard boiled eggs for a quick healthy meal. Cooks eggs perfectly.I do love this product & use it weekly, great for parties w/deviled eggs & they cook perfectly!!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Lode

    I hesitated a lot over this purchase. In part because am a fulltime RVer and kitchen space is very limited. But we usually eat eggs almost everyday. On the Weight Watchers plan, eggs are a staple food. (22 pounds lost and counting!) I was also concerned about the loud screeching noise many reviewers commented on. And other bad reviews about eggs being watery and undercooked.All those concerns were for naught. This little puppy cooks eggs to perfection – you may need to play with the water level a little bit to figure out what your “perfect” is. I especially dislike fried eggs that get overcooked or crispy, which often happens when I cook them in a fry pan. OR my attempts to poach have been, well, gross.Enter Dash. Perfect eggs. Every time.The folks who make this must have listened to the complaints about the shrill alarm because this one just delivers a cheery little tune when it’s done cooking.Give it a try!

  21. 5 out of 5

    B. McDonald

    I have a bit of a fetish for soft cooked eggs and toasted strips of bread for dipping. It is a favorite meal of mine, but it usually involved a lot of procedures which I dreaded. This little gadget is amazing, it not only really does what it says, but its inexpensive and easy to use.For anyone who loves eggs, this may prove to be your own new favorite kitchen dream. It will cook your eggs, with almost no mess and the cost is truly minimal ($20 bucks, really?).In any event, since I got this, I have been using it a few times a week and am always amazed how well it cooks these little eggies. Tonight I even cooked a half dozen hard boiled eggs just because I ordered too many eggs last week…and they will make a great egg salad tomorrow.So I am sold on this item…it is my new favorite item in the kitchen!

  22. 5 out of 5


    I purchased the smaller 6-egg unit in pale green. The “alarm” sounds like a tinkling bell—more like my iphone. I guess the manufacturer must have read the other reviews. Based on Amazon reviews, I added a tad more water, not much. Only one egg cracked a small amount. That particular egg peeled very easy like the others but has little air holes (see photo) maybe due to the crack.My reason for purchasing is (1) I have had all kinds of advice but never learned to peel eggs neatly, and (2) the machine struck me as an easier, cleaner, and safer way to make hard boiled eggs. They taste fine, like eggs.It is important to read directions as there a a couple things you MUST do or not do. Examples: Don’t lock the lid when it is in use and Do not unplug the machine until the alarm/bell ends, press the button to turn it off, then you can unplug it.It is very small, so storage in my little condo won’t be a problem.I am not the type who falls easily for TV ads or new gadgets, but I would definitely buy this again recommend it.

  23. 5 out of 5


    I bought this egg cooker 3 yrs ago and only used it once. (My boyfriend does most of the egg cooking in our house and he is old school.) Recently, I told him I wanted to make hard boiled eggs and he begrudgingly agreed to try it. Now he’s addicted. He used to fry eggs every morning to make an egg sandwich, now he makes (5) two-egg “omelettes” and puts them in the freezer for the week. You only need to use a little cooking spray, so less fat. Each omlette only takes a few minutes to cook. Now, every morning, he just microwaves an omelette (from the freezer) to make his sandwich. We also make hardboiled eggs, which we take to work for a snack. A couple of things: When it chimes (which is pretty loud so you can hear it from another room) press the button to turn it off. Do not unplug it when it chimes. You need to press the button to stop the cycle. Also, don’t be surprised if you put scrambled eggs in there to make an omelette and it puffs up. It will flatten back down as it cools. You can add spices, small bits of cheese, meat or veggies to your omlette. (I wouldn’t t use raw meat.) You can also make poached eggs, 2 at a time. I would highly recommend this for simple, easy cooking. It would be great for older kids or teens, if they are leery about using the stove. Or take it on vacation if you won’t have a stove.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Eddie Y

    I have been using this egg cooker for about year and a half and it is still working fine. I hesitated to buy this as I did not want another special appliance that takes up counter space. However, this egg cooker has a small footprint.Making hard-boiled eggs or soft-boiled eggs is a breeze. I just pierce the egg shell and put in the measured water and flip the switch on. This is all that is required and there is no need to set the timer. The only thing, that I wish is that sound that signals the eggs are done would not sound so loud. It sounded like that the fire alarm is set off.This is not a necessity appliance as one can boil eggs in a pot with water but this is so convenient and the eggs can be cooked consistently. While I do not eat boiled eggs every day, I eat them enough to justify placing this egg cooker on my counter. Highly recommended if you like boiled eggs.BTW. I agree with some of the reviewers about using distilled water or filtered water as I did not and the egg cooker currently has some water stain. This is just cosmetic and does not seem to affect its function

  25. 5 out of 5

    The Mad Shopper

    Man, this thing works great! I just wanted to cook eggs consistently in small batches. So far I’ve used the Dash unit to hard boil more than a dozen eggs and they came out perfectly hard boiled after letting them sit in the cooker for one additional minute after the buzzer sounds. Then I remove the eggs and place them in a bowl of cold water with a few ice cubes to rapidly cool the eggs for peeling.I see some questions about the buzzer/alarm that signals cooking is done and all the water has evaporated on the unit’s heating pad. The buzzer can be turned off by pressing the power button. As far as I can tell, the unit remains off once the buzzer sounds, although I usually unplug the unit immediately for safety reasons. As others have alluded, when the buzzer goes off IT’S LOUD but I think I prefer it that way in case I’ve stepped out of the kitchen – I don’t want eggs to overcook if I get busy doing something else and momentarily forget about the eggs cooking.The suggestion was made to use distilled water on the heating pad rather than tap water, to prevent buildup of mineral deposits when the water evaporates. I did this during the first time I used the Dash but forgot and used tap water on the second use. It DOES make a difference in how easy it is to clean.I highly recommend the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker for fast, consistent egg cooking with a minimum use of energy and water compared with cooking on the stovetop. I purchased this unit outright at Amazon’s listed price, with no compensation from the seller or manufacturer.

  26. 5 out of 5


    I was a little hesitant buying this because of the reviews mentioning loud squealing and whistling (I have a dog that scares easily lol!), but I am so impressed! When it’s done, it plays a chime song. No whistles or hybrid demons or anything! Maybe they’ve improved it since those reviews? The eggs are cooked perfectly with no guesswork. The cooker itself, I purchased the aqua one, is cute and small, making it easy to store away. This is seriously the best kitchen gadget I’ve ever bought! So easy! When my eggs were done, I unplugged the cooker and poured a bit of water in the bottom while it cooled, and left-behind residue easily sloshed off. No big deal at all.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Mccormick

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     Poached eggs are hugely challenging for the average home cook. This device takes the guesswork out of the process. It will also pay for itself in short order if you eat a lot of hardboiled eggs. Couldn’t be simpler to use, but please read the directions entirely before starting. And beware of the steam hole! It even plays a little tune when the eggs are cooked.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jerry E

    We only have had this unit a few days. It has met and surpassed my expectations so far. First, it is small so we can put it on a counter or in a cabinet for storage. The plastic seems pretty sturdy, but that remains to be seen. The cooker made six hard boiled eggs in about 12 minutes, and the shells came off with no difficulty. Previously, I had to use an ice water bath to help promote complete shell removal. But I just used cool water now. The hard-boiled egg centers were a tad underdone by my experience, but I see online that the mild softness of the center is ideal for many. It turned out to be the case for me as well. If you want a harder egg, experiment with putting a bit more water in the measuring cup.Some of the reviews mentioned a loud annoying buzzer when the eggs were done. I was pleasantly surprised to hear a tune with bells, rather than a buzzer. Very nice. Apparently, the manufacturers read the Amazon reviews.The metal hot plate does discolor a little, due to runoff of water condensing on the eggshells and dripping back down. But it cleans up easily with a dishtowel or paper towel.I highly recommend this unit for making hard boiled or medium eggs, which is what I have used it for. I will experiment with poached but suspect my omelets will still be done in a pan.

  29. 5 out of 5

    George S

    Used it for the first time to make four hardboiled eggs. I usually make eight at a time in a sauce pan and have tried various method to make them easier to peel, with marginal success. Followed the directions to the letter and after a dunk in cold water the shells literally fell off. I set a timer for 16 minutes and with the recommended water level, the unit shut off in about 14 minutes and the yoke in the larger eggs was slightly under done, but the smaller ones were perfect. Since we live about 700′ above sea level, I’ll try more water until I get the process dialed in. Cleanup was simple with a damp dishcloth. So far, I’m quite impressed.

  30. 5 out of 5


    I’m not a huge egg fan myself but I do add an egg to my dogs food every week or so and like to use hard boiled eggs. Since I have several Dash brand products already and really like them I decided to try this and I am so glad I did. Comes with a special measuring cup for the water that has a removable cap on one end that safely exposes a pin that you use to puncture the top of an egg before cooking. There are different water levels marked on the cup for the type of egg you are cooking; soft boiled medium hard etc. Add your eggs your water plug it in and turn it on and when it’s done it plays a little tune. All of the eggs I have cooked have turned out perfectly. This model also includes a little dish you can use to make “omelette” type dishes it is fairly small but makes a decent amount for breakfast. Like other Dash products it is small and easy to clean. If you want a very easy way to cook full proof eggs without having to pay attention to anything once they start cooking then this is ideal and I do recommend this product.

  31. 5 out of 5


    I have bought three of these so far. One for my family at a discount during the prime day, and liked it so much, that bought two more for full price for gifts. It takes a few moments to set up for the eggs cooked right. As for the “scream of death” alert sound – I actually like it, because it can literally get you down there from another floor when the eggs are ready. When making soft boiled eggs, it is actually a good thing – as while the evaporation process ends with the alarm, it is still quite hot inside, and eggs may continue cooking a bit more, which could make them a bit harder than desired. I usually pull the eggs from the cooker as soon as it starts yelling at me and put them under cold water. I also must compliment the manufacturer for a great customer service. Lost my measuring cup, and contacted them to buy a replacement, but they immediately sent me one at no cost (not even shipping charge).

  32. 5 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    I like hardboiled eggs but seldom cook them. Partly its because I have a habit of starting them cooking, leaving the room, and forgetting I have water boiling. Then I put the eggs in and I forget to take them out in time. Then I hate to have to clean the pot and store the eggs. I hate to do it in small batches because of all the hassle. I hate to do it in big batches because then I’m stuck eating eggs every day for a week.You can do everything this little gizmo does easily by yourself. But this is effortless and you only have to clean it every month or so (depending on how much mineral there is in your water). Cook just 1 egg if that’s all you want. It’s fast and there’s no cleanup and the eggs are perfect.The alarm that rings when it gets done is a bit loud. And while the heating element supposedly shuts itself off eventually, that alarm just keeps ringing. I guess that’s good since the eggs may keep cooking for a little bit just from residual heat if you don’t pull the eggs out. But it’s slightly annoying. Sign me up for the next version where an automated robot opens the lid for you to let cool air in when they are done.

  33. 5 out of 5

    J. Mercer Crenshaw

    If hard-boiled eggs are at all a part of your life, this device will change everything. Reclaim lost hours, catch up on missed TV, reconnect with old friends and family – anything is possible with the free time you’ll find at your disposal as you drop 6 eggs into this beast, press a button, and then walk away. What will you do? High-intensity exercise? Model building? Learn a second language? I hear your concern. “What if I become so engrossed in my newfound love of taxonomy that I forget about my eggs?” Fear not, efficient chef. Like the trump of Gabriel himself, the unmistakable tone of this technological marvel could rouse the dead and will bring you running to your fresh-and-ready ova’s side. The Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker is what mankind has been working towards since the first roundish stone was shaped into a wheel. Witness the apex of human innovation! Did not love the poaching tray.

  34. 5 out of 5


    That’s my headline and I’m sticking to it! I recently visited my wife’s family and her uncle had one of these machines on his countertop. As he’s a widower, he doesn’t need to cook for more than one many days. I looked at it and shrugged my shoulders. He asked if I wanted a poached egg. I said, “Sure.”The egg was delicious. Perfect, even.As soon as we got back home, I ordered one. It arrived today, just in time for lunch. Guess what I did? I made myself an omelet!Well, it was more like scrambled eggs. I’m not quite sure how to make it an omelet, but there’s plenty of time for that. Here’s how difficult this was:1. Take some cooking spray and coat the omelet tray.2. Crack two eggs and whisk them in a separate container.3. Pour the eggs into the omelet tray.4. Fill up the measuring cup to the line that says “Poached/Omelet”5. Pour the water into the bottom of the cooker.6. Put the top on the cooker, and push the power button.The eggs are done when the cooker runs out of water, and the heating element then automatically shuts off. There’s a nifty musical chime that rings repeatedly until you come over and turn the power button off.No worries about overcooking things. No worries about forgetting to turn off the unit.So, how did my omelet turn out? The eggs were light and fluffy. Really fluffy. I was shocked how big the eggs got, it was sort of like a quiche. Once the lid was removed, the eggs shrank back to what I’d have expected. They were perfectly cooked, they were delicious. I stuck the omelet between two slices of toast and cheese.My wife saw what I did and begged me to make her an omelet, too. I simply wiped down the omelet tray and repeated the six above steps. The exact result happened again.This is suddenly our favorite kitchen contraption! Ten stars out of five!!!

  35. 5 out of 5

    Bob Mason

    I read all the critical reviews, then ordered one anyway. Today I made my first batch of 6 extra large hard boiled eggs. It gets a little cramped with extra large, to the extent that the cover barely went back on. I used exactly the amount of water indicated by the line on the measuring cup. The eggs came out perfect!It also appears that they changed the alarm. My cooker plays a nice tune, with plenty of volume, when the eggs are done. All I bought it for was hard boiled eggs, so I won’t be trying the other features. I’m happy.

  36. 5 out of 5

    J. Baker

    The reviewers complaining about overdone/underdone eggs are missing some important information: cooking eggs to perfection is all about temperature and time. The difference between soft-boiled and hard-boiled is just how hot the egg gets and for how long. If you start with eggs from the refrigerator you will need more time than eggs at room temperature to get the same effect. If you dunk your eggs in cold water as soon as they’re done you’ll need more time than if you just let them cool off naturally, because the interior of the egg is still cooking for a bit after the heat is no longer applied. If you leave the lid on the unit while the eggs cool you will need less time than if you remove the lid.I like medium-boiled eggs, and my eggs are in the refrigerator at 38°F. I use 40 mL water and remove the cover when done to let the eggs air cool. Perfect every time. If I dunk the eggs in cold water right when they’re done the yolk is still runny. The bottom line is that you will have to do a little bit of experimentation to find perfection for yourself, but once you find it this machine makes it easily repeatable.The one annoyance about this thing is the loud alarm when the eggs are done. It’s loud and continuous until you shut off the machine. There is no apparent way to disable it.

  37. 5 out of 5


    I almost didn’t buy this product based on some reviews that it made a loud screeching sound when it was done. Other similar products didn’t seem to notify you at all that your eggs were finished, they just shut off so I decided a screeching sound was better than no sound. Most of those reviews were a few years old so I was hoping the company would have addressed that and THEY HAVE! Now it makes a sweet little jingle instead, similar to some of the alarm ringtones on my phone.It also works completely as promised and my eggs have been perfect every time (haven’t tried all types yet, mostly hard boiled). I just wanted to put some minds at ease about the screeching because I know it almost convinced not to buy this and I’m so glad that I did!

  38. 5 out of 5


    Seriously. You think you know yourself, have an understanding of how frequently you actually want a hard boiled egg… then dash rapid comes along and sweeps you off your feet. I bought this little gem when I started doing low carb, at the insistence of a friend I thought was overselling a device that just cooks eggs.. After eating a medium boiled egg on a piece of toast for the first time, I realized I’d never before truly experienced egg bliss. And this thing is sooo insanely easy to use. I thought I was missing instructions because the water line for one egg is the same as six eggs… how can this be? Doesn’t this defy some law of physics? But it works. You prick your egg(s) with the scary nail head (I’ve only had two break ever, but I still feel like a giant clumsily teetering on the edge of crushing the shell every time I perform this step), then fill the cup to the desired water line, pour the water into the device any which way, slap on the lid, poke the lil button, and away…. it… goes! It’ll scream at’cha when the eggs are done cooking. Rinse them in cold water and prepare for the easiest shell removal of your life. Makes eating healthy so fun I could scream.

  39. 5 out of 5


    Wow, all the negative reviews. Some folks won’t be happy until we have robots in the kitchen. I’m sorry, but you will have to a. read the directions, b. experiment a little bit. c. READ THE DIRECTIONS and d. Don’t let your kids anywhere near it because it’s hot. Boiling water/Steam Hot.1. Hardboiled Eggs: Brilliant.2. Soft-boiled eggs take some experimentation as they seem to pick up too much of the boiling water or humidity(?)3. No matter what the directions say, most of it will stick. I don’t want to spray anything on the plastic pieces so I deal with it.4. Makes a dandy little omelet, however, experiment because if you put too many extra ingredients in the eggs there will be too much liquid (like the sweat from green peppers and onions) and the eggs won’t cook through.5. The “Hey! I’m done cooking” alarm is LOUD. Like alarm clock loud.6. I love this little machine. No more frying pans to clean!7. Fits in a drawer8. Read the directions and don’t forget to poke holes in the eggs before you hardboil them.

  40. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    I like this thing. I’ve used it several times, and I can’t say it cooks any faster than eggs on the stove, but the shells practically jump off the hardboiled eggs! This alone is worth the price of the cooker. I used to dread using h/b eggs because of having to struggle to peel them, but now it’s so easy I’m putting them in everything.I use twice the water they say to (because I live at altitude and I like my eggs hard). I let them sit in the cooker for a few minutes after the timer goes off, and I peel them while still warm. Then, I put them in an airtight plastic bowl in the fridge, so they’re always handy.I haven’t tried it for anything besides hardboiled eggs.I saw some of the reviews complained about a loud, obnoxious timer, but mine is nice, gentle, melodic tune.

  41. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Jane

    I usually don’t have single function items in my kitchen. But I have a 9-year-old who wants boiled eggs all the time. I’m not comfortable letting him use the gas stove on his own, so I thought maybe this little device would give him some egg freedom in his life. I tried it the first time to make sure it wasn’t going to be too dangerous for him. But it was fine. I actually didn’t read the directions, so I didn’t know about poking a hole in the egg the first time I tried it. The eggs turned out fine. The second time, I stabbed holes in the eggs per the directions, but I still have no idea what it accomplished other than making weird webs inside the thing. Anyway, back to the purpose of this purchase. I explained the process to my 9-year-old and gave him warnings about how hot the eggs would be when he opened the device. He was able to cook his own eggs start to finish without help. He used a dish towel to remove the hot eggs from the tray and place them in a bowl of ice water. So now, he won’t be bugging me to boil him a bazillion eggs every day. He’ll just be bugging me to buy him a bazillion eggs. As an adult, I can get the exact same effect with a pan of water. But for a kid, this is easy and much safer than using the stove.

  42. 5 out of 5


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     Easy to use, easy to clean, eggs cooked to perfection. 10 outta 10.Audible tone is adoreable and doesn’t scare my dog like most of the buzzers out there.A must buy if you’re in the market for an easy egg cooker! Priced well.

  43. 5 out of 5


    Use this all the time and it works great! My husband thought I was wasting my money and now he is hooked on using it also. It is so easy to use: 1. You just pierce the eggs with the special point that is on the bottom of the water measuring cup. 2 Put the eggs in the special egg holder with handle that makes it easy to remove. 3. Add the water from the special measuring cup that is marked showing soft, medium and hard boiled. 4 plug it it in and in about 12-15 minutes the alarm goes off so you know they are done. A tip to be aware of is do NOT lock the cover when cooking or it will not go on, also the metal plate is super easy to clean just wipe it with a vinegar water solution. Once the alarm goes off, take off the cover be careful as there is a bit of steam, I just place them in a bowl of water using the handle to cool off while I get ready for work. I do not know why but the eggs seem to slide out of their shells when peeling using this machine. It also comes with another accessory to make mini omelets or steamed veggies which I have not used yet, but plan too. One last thing you will get a recipe book for ideas to try also. I love this!

  44. 5 out of 5

    Allycia Goodpaster

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     I bought this on a whim because I need an easier way to add protein to my diet. Holy freaking crap…I wish I had one of these for years! I made my daughter eggs using the poached egg method but added more water so they wouldnt be so runny and she ate them in about 5 seconds. I then made myself dippy eggs (pictured) using the poaching trays and it is a game changer! No more messy pans, no lost egg whites, no flipping…all easy! You have to mess with the water level but once you find the right level I’d suggest just marking it on the little measuring cup for what works for you. It is super easy to clean. Idiot proof to use. And makes deliciously perfect eggs. 10 stars. I would buy this over and over again! 

  45. 5 out of 5


    I recently purchased a Dash Rapid Egg Cooker because I’m a fan of both poached eggs and omelets, both of which can be problematic to make properly and consume a bit more time to prepare than say, a simple fried egg. I’ve tried any number of ‘devices’ claiming to help in this, happy to say the Dash is the closest to performing the tasks as I’ve come across so far.Pros-Boiled eggs: It does make perfect boiled eggs for eating, deviled eggs, and egg salad sandwiches. This might sound like an easily achieved task, but it does it pretty effortlessly AND they’re perfect every time. Soft boiled, medium or hard, easy-peezee. Another perceived benefit is the steaming results in a better texture than boiling eggs-why I have no idea.Poached eggs: Yup, it makes a pretty fair poached egg, not perfect, but close. The outstanding feature is they can be made consistently without the fuss of boiling water, stirring & any mess. It does take practice to figure out the ‘perfect cook time’ for the egg YOU prefer, and I had to re-mark the small water measuring cup they provide which determines how long they are steamed.Omelets: This is another area the Cooker really shines, of course, you can only make one at a time. A simple plain or cheese omelet comes out perfect, outstanding EVERY time. Thick, fluffy, texture is great, pieces or chunks of cheese melt up encapsulated by egg rather similar to the chocolate in a Fudge Mountain Cake, perfect, hot and gooey. As you add more ingredients, cook time is more difficult to judge properly. Example I added too much diced ham with the cheese & totally blew the estimated time. Less complicated works best, and don’t ‘over load’ ingredients.Cons- The measuring device for water that is provided IS fairly accurate for boiling eggs, however, truly only a general guide for making omelets and poached eggs. I ended up ‘re-marking’ many times with a black marker, particularly for poached eggs. My biggest gripe is a common one, their measuring guides on each side should be colored, they’re small and virtually invisible, even if using them only for a general reference. I hate this kind of nearly universal carelessness used on most measuring cups.Yeah, I recommend the Dash Rapid Cooker and plan on using it regularly. Relatively quick, no fuss eggs the way you like them. I demand a certain level of perfection in my eggs and this comes close once you get the hang of it.

  46. 5 out of 5

    Elva Garcia

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     If you want them hard boiled you need to leave them more time to be cooked that when you hear the music play thats telling you that its done cooking other than that I love it no noise very easy to use recommend this for ppl that are eating healthy and can only eat small amount of food if you have gotten the gastric sleeve surgery like I did !

  47. 5 out of 5

    Michelle S

    Oh my god how did I ever live without this thing?! It’s such a time saver and seriously cute to boot!The packaging for this product is great — several informative booklets and gorgeous design all around. The product itself is tiny — about half the size of my rice cooker — and takes up no counter space at all. It almost reminds me of Japanese design, for its simplicity and efficiency.Using the product couldn’t be easier: just pierce the eggs, put in the right amount of water (I general put in just a little more than the line for hard boiled, since my first batch came out a little less hard than I’d have liked), push the button and walk away. The only thing I don’t like about this product is the fact that the buzzer does not stop buzzing until you attend to the cooker. So you couldn’t just set it to cook and walk away to take a shower or do the laundry or whatever — you need to come back and physically turn it off, lest you and the neighbors be subjected to the drone of its alarm.BUT besides that, it does its job wonderfully! My eggs have all come out cooked just to my liking. I’ve only tried hard boiled, but I imagine that soft, poached, omelette, etc. all turn out just as well. It’s a great little design and I’m so glad I splurged. You should too!

  48. 5 out of 5

    Barbara E. Chapman

    My husband was having trouble getting his soft boiled eggs the way he likes them. My son had bought this egg cooker and told me how much he liked his. Got this for husband’s birthday. One thing we liked: the instructions were so easy to follow and had color photographs that anyone could figure out. So many products come with poor instructions and often use international symbols rather than words. It has a measuring cup that shows how much water to use for each type of egg: soft boiled, hard boiled, poached or an omelette. You can adjust how hard or soft egg comes out by either using a bit more water or less water. Also you can leave the egg in a bit longer after the timer chime goes off. With a little trial and error, you can get your eggs to turn out exactly to your specifications! Also, poached eggs usually stick to metal egg cups but with this plastic poaching tray, the cooked egg slides right out with the use cooking spray as suggested. Cleans up easily. As with anything, if you read the directions first, you won’t have problems as these directions are very good. Also, we have not found that it rusts as someone mentioned. It does leave a mineral residue if your water has minerals in it. This residue can be easily cleaned off. Good value for your money.

  49. 5 out of 5


    We bought this appliance to cook hard boiled eggs and are 100% satisfied with it. We are not interested in soft boiled eggs or poached eggs. Out of the box first trial with three eggs produced the most perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs we have ever had. Perfect texture whites and yolks, no green around the yolks, easy to peel after a dip in ice water.We used room temperature eggs and cool water from the faucet, then followed the simple instructions.The unit we received does not have a disturbing shriek produced by the alarm as some others have complained about. When ours finishes the cook cycle it plays sort of a computer tone melody similar to some digital phone ring tones. Not disturbing or irritating at all.

  50. 5 out of 5


    I’m not one to buy many small, specialized kitchen appliances. I came across the Egg Cooker in some food blogs and thought if New York City dwellers are willing to allocate precious kitchen space to this thing then it must be pretty special. And it is! Hard boiled eggs for Deviled Eggs were perfectly cooked. I dropped them in a bowl of ice water and the shells slide right off. It’s very easy to use & the instruction booklet is easy to understand. It has a very small footprint which is also appreciated. I haven’t tried the poacher and omelet features yet. You can even use the omelet maker to steam a small portion of vegetables or fish which would be ideal for someone who cooks for one.The timer doesn’t emit a blast of earth shattering sound – it’ a gentle little jingle. My only quibble is that the plastic “lifter” for the egg tray is quite flimsy. I used tongs to remove the hot eggs.

  51. 5 out of 5


    Buy it. Stop reading right now and just add to cart.Seriously, I don’t think I’ll ever go back to hard-boiling eggs in a pot. This little gem makes them perfect every time. And even better, every batch I’ve made so far (maybe a couple dozen eggs or so) have peeled beautifully. I love me some deviled eggs, especially for big family gatherings, but I’ve always had to cook an extra 20%-ish over what I’ll actually need because some of them always seem to self-destruct when peeled, but I haven’t had a single fail with this. I let them sit in the cooker for maybe an extra minute or two once it starts singing at me, then a cold water bath. Perfect hard-boil.The loud noise in some of the reviews must be an earlier model. Mine sings.There is going to be some residue on the heating element from the boiled water. Water from the tap contains minerals. You can easily wipe it off, or if you use distilled water instead of tap, the residue is minimal if any. Not an issue.FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS. Mine came with a quick-start guide and it’s all you need to know. Don’t lock the lid, it’s not a pressure cooker. It really is easy, I’d trust a young teen to use it alone.Why are you still reading? Go buy this thing, it’s awesome.

  52. 5 out of 5


    This has been the absolute best purchase I have made. My family raises chickens and I have been given a lot of eggs, and have a busy schedule. With this beautiful egg cooker, I am able to put on the eggs to cook, 6 at a time and plug it in. The machine sings a cute chime when it is finished, so I am able to continue with my other chores and listen out for my finished eggs. I love the aqua color I selected. As for the machine rusting, no it doesn’t rust, what some customers have seen is a rust color from the minerals in the water. Simply take a stainless steel pad and give a gently scrub, it will come off easily, no problem. I have cooked dozens and dozens of eggs this summer, and we don’t have to run out of boiled eggs. So pleased with this product.

  53. 5 out of 5

    Chris Smith

    I was researching this little egg cooker before I bought it and was a little concerned at some of the reviews, but I took a chance and I love it! I saw that other people recommended adding more water than the directions say. I added water to the top of the little plastic measuring cup it came with and followed all the other directions and I got perfect hard boiled eggs that came right out of the shell perfectly! I was worried because some websites said that their cooker had an annoying alarm-like sound when the eggs were done. This cooker played a cute little song that was pleasant and not too loud. My family might have even danced around being silly. For $15 I was highly satisfied this first time using it. I hope that I will continue to be happy with it! 🙂

  54. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    This thing is beyond easy to use and clean up. The newer models (what I got today 2/25/2022) do not have the awful done alarm. It has a generic phone alarm jingle loud enough to hear it in another room or upstairs. I 100% believe negative reviews are human error or being to rigid with fallowing directions to the T. I used large eggs that were fridge cold. I filled the little measuring cup almost all the way to the top (past the hard boil measurement) and then just let it cook. After cooking I moved to an ice bath to cool. The bottom of the pan was visible dirty after but wiped off with a damp paper towel.The basic instructions are definitely for room temperature eggs and why so many had undercooked eggs. It make take some trial runs to figure out what works for you but it’s definitely worth it!!!

  55. 5 out of 5

    Meghan Brunner

    After reading other reviews complaining about the air-raid-siren level of noise from the alarm, I was a little hesitant to get this egg cooker, but I took a chance on it anyway.I’m so glad I did! I followed the instructions, and the eggs come out perfectly every time, and clean-up is a breeze (I wipe a little olive oil on the trays first).About the alarm: It’s a little loud. It’s not horrible. I wouldn’t say it’s worse than the volume of my oven timer: you can hear it clearly a few rooms over, and you maybe wouldn’t want it going off if you have light sleepers in the house, but it won’t scare 10 years off your life unless you’re REALLY easily startled. As a bonus, the chime has several notes to it… so not only does this lovely little thing make me a perfect breakfast, it sings me a song when it’s ready.If you love eggs and hate cleanup and the fuss of making them, you need this in your life!

  56. 5 out of 5


    I don’t like watching my pot to find out when the water starts boiling. So I bought this Dash Egg Cooker. It delivers perfect eggs by steaming them until the water placed in the device has evaporated. The exact amount of water is added to the cooker before it steams the eggs–there is a measuring line on the plastic cup that comes with the device. Next to each measuring line are the following words: “Hard Boiled, Soft Boiled, Poached, etc.” Fill the cup with water to the line for the egg type you want and then add the water to the device. Then simply puncture each egg with a spike that is attached to the measuring cup, place the eggs in the device with the hole on top (duh). You close it, press the button on front and walk away. When an alarm sounds, it turns off automatically. Your eggs are done. No need to watch water boil. No need for daily cleaning. It’s quite small. Love this thing. For under 18 dollars, what’s not to like?

  57. 5 out of 5


    I first saw this on Buzzfeed and added it to my Wish List over two years ago. Did I want easy to cook eggs? YES. Did I want another gadget in my kitchen specialized for one thing? NOPE.So after a final particularly frustrating egg boiling/peeling session for deviled eggs, I decided to try it. IT DID NOT DISAPPOINT. It worked like a charm the first time! I have already told about ten people about it and they are all in heaven with their new egg cookers, too.Photos show days old eggs from my friend’s hens.The buzzer is not bad at all, if you grew up around old-school alarm clocks and have that to compare it to. Parts are top-rack dishwasher safe, and the bottom heating unit is easily wiped out with a wet towel or vinegar-dampened cloth. I also hand wash the egg poker/measuring cup.As for peeling, older eggs are better to use for soft/hard boiling because the membrane has had time to separate a bit from the shell. So buy two cartons at a time, and let one sit. Use that a week later for hard boiled and use the fresh ones for the poached/omelette/frittatas (Dash cooker) or pan-fried eggs.It comes with a handy recipe book both for eggs and other easily steamed foods such as broccoli and salmon. I highly recommend this to everyone.

  58. 5 out of 5


    This is literally THE BEST thing I have ever purchased on Amazon. I spend a lot of my free time working out; I converted my garage into a gym. Needless to say, I eat A LOT of eggs (between 3-6 a day). Mostly hardboiled. It seems no matter how much I try to perfect my egg boiling skills, half the eggs I boil will be impossible to peel and the yoke will be grey and disgusting. I swear sometimes I get a better workout trying to peel an egg than I do in the garage. Not to mention boiling eggs takes up a great deal of time…But that has all changed now. Now it takes me about 8 minutes to boil 6 eggs. To PERFECTLY boil 6 eggs. The yoke is always exactly how I expect it (medium or soft depending on my mood). And when I say it takes 8 minutes — only 1 of those minutes is actual work. Just gotta pierce the bottom of each egg, put it in the tray, put the desired amount of water in the device and hit the power button. The cooker buzzes when the eggs are finished. I remove the eggs from the cooker and put them in cold water pretty much immediately. Perfect every time!Also, the poached egg and omelet attachments are great. Poached eggs have always come out perfectly. I like to put two poached eggs on a toasted slice of bread and eat that for breakfast. The omelet option is great as long as you’re not expecting a fully populated omelet. You can throw some spices in there, but don’t try to add vegetables (green peppers, onions, tomatoes, etc) because it will not work out for ya. Just add that stuff after it’s done cooking.This egg cooker has literally changed my life. 5 stars doesn’t even begin to do it a justice. This cooker is amazing!

  59. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Meade

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     I was excited to use this but was totally waiting with my ears plugged for the horrendous, fire alarm sound that many of the reviews mention. I did read one review who said theirs ended up playing music which made her laugh. I was praying I was blessed with a music box as well. So waiting in the next room, vacated the cat and daughter just in case, and when the eggs were done, it played lovely chimes. Winner winner. We made a two egg omelet with a pinch of cheddar cheese and diced ham. We had to run it through twice (filling up to the omelette time 2x) for the omelet to be cooked through. Don’t know if it’s because I used cold eggs not room temp? As one reviewer stated? Either way doubling the water for our omelet is not a deal breaker. It was nice and fluffy and delicious. Very easy for my 11 year old daughter to use. I purchased the yellow dash. 

  60. 5 out of 5


    Five decades of failure at producing a wonderful, portable thing to eat. Or easily turn into a delicious deviled-egg treat. I’ve seen the egg publicly resurrected from the nonsense that tried to force-feed us Snackwells, I Can Believe It’s Not Butter, and No eggs, ever.Yet my ability to boil them and peel them without most of the white sticking to the shell took some sort of expertise not coded into my DNA as I tried every trick in the book, yet what was left of my egg was so bad an anti-defamation league protecting this orbital nutritious piece of food was forming amongst the chickens themselves “We’re not putting out anymore if you allow that bad lady to defame our unborn children you eat so police your own kind or we are going to connect on the cluck wireless and set in motion the largest sit-down strike you’ve ever seen”.I found a horsehead in my bed. A note scrawled beside it “You touch an egg again…you’re next”. Then a square I accept / I don’t accept with instructions to check a box, sign and date it and leave it taped to the bottom under a specific park bench when no one was looking and “I better not say a word” if I valued my health. I did as instructed, and checked the box I would leave the chickens and their almost-offspring unobstructed…Nothing happened, I just kept my word. A few weeks later? A plain package with no address for return had my name after “Attention”. Inside was a box, and another scribbled note: “we appreciate you have stopped your detestable waste of our contribution to the nutrition of man. In this box is a gift by which it’s use we allow you to once again touch an egg. You must follow directions. After watching you? You are not allowed to improvise”.Inside was this fabulous DASH Egg-Cooker. I did read the instructions. Do I really bust the little hole in it? Then I remembered the horsehead and stuck to the directions. This marvelous machine produced one perfect batch of hard-boiled eggs that were easy-to-peel each time, like cluckwork, now I’m a whiz, others even compliment them, think somehow I improved. It’s all the machine, directions this idiot could follow. It’s a PERFECT MARVEL!

  61. 5 out of 5


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     Easiest 10 minute of the day.The manual allows you to choose hard – 10 min or soft boil 6 min. When it’s ready, its rings an alarm by the tune in the video attached… soooooo cool.Best for quick meals and keto approved….It’s not noisy at all…Easy peel… (hubby did it I’m too rough).It’s easy to clean the plate…. all I used was warm damp cloth with vinegar… swiped clean in less than 30 sec.

  62. 5 out of 5


    Super easy, small and helping me eat healthy. I work from home, zillions of online meetings which means I often miss meals or grab something processed for a snack (yes I go on mute if eating). I’m also a vegetarian, and eggs are a great source of protein. Now what I do is hard-boil a bunch of eggs on Sunday afternoon, put in icey water after to stop the cooking. Take them out and let them dry off, and put in a bowl in the fridge. Then when I’m in a rush and need something healthy for a snack or mini meal, I grab one or two, peel them quick, cut in half, sprinkle with salt and pepper or paprika, and can eat that at my desk, no mess no silverware, no chemicals from processed food, and the eggs are perfect every time.I’ve got a lot of pans and kitchen stuff so I really don’t want anything extra taking up cabinet space, but this little thing has earned it’s spot.

  63. 5 out of 5


    I admit, I really thought I was just getting a gimmicky gizmo, but have I ever fallen in love with this thing. I got it mainly to poach eggs. But the boiled eggs (both hard and soft) are fabulous! I’m not such a fan of the omelet pan,but only because it isn’t very big. But this thing does exactly what it claims to. I use it now to boil eggs for deviled eggs because they are easy to peel (and are beautful!) and the yolks are always bright yellow – never have the green “moon” look. ( know, you’re going to say if I boiled eggs with a lid on the pan they yolks wouldn’t be green or have a green tinge, but I’ve done that and they are still GREEN.) It is so easy to use – measure the water in the provided cup, pierce the eggs (also on the provided cup) place them in the holder, turn on and wait. Or, break eggs in the cups provided for poached eggs. In just a few minutes, you have perfect eggs. Some reviews say that the noise of the eggs-are-done alert. is horrific. It’s just a “ding” and isn’t excessively loud. I’m so glad I took a chance on this. It makes mornings much easier and simpler when I want eggs.

  64. 5 out of 5


    Two of my daughters and my son had this egg cooker….they kept telling me how wonderful it was. I said that I could just hard cook my eggs the old-fashioned way with boiling water. Then, while at my sons, he asked me if I would cook some eggs for him in the cooker. I did, and they turned out perfect, and easy to peel (even with fresh eggs!). So, I bought one for myself. I love it! It cooks the eggs just the way you want them. You can make them perfect; hard-cooked, soft-cooked, and anywhere in between. Not only that but, they peel perfectly every single time! Older eggs (a week or two after purchase); fresh eggs (cooked just after purchase), no longer stick to the inside of the shell. Not only that, but it takes less time than bringing the water to a boil with the cold eggs in it, and then boiling them for the correct amount of time. Now I’m sorry I was so reluctant to try it….it works great! As for the timer… it seems just right to me. it lets you know when the eggs are done cooking, and you can hear it even if you’re not in the kitchen. All you have to do is push the power button, and it stops. It’s much better than a kitchen timer, which I can’t hear if I’m working in another room, leading to over-cooking. Over-cooked eggs don’t taste good, nor do they smell good.. It’s handy, a great purchase and very affordable!

  65. 5 out of 5


    Let me first say the reviews about it being obscenely loud are do to user error. The instructions emphatically & repeatedly tell you not to lock the lid it’s for storage purposes only! After reading about the noise numerous times I almost didn’t purchase this until thankfully I found a review that rightfully pointed this out. It actually makes a very pleasant chiming noise when it is done.As much as I love eggs whether poached, hard boiled, scrambled ect. I really do not like having to time it to perfection so they don’t over or under cook. I love how this little gadget is super fast, easy and takes up very little counter space.I have finally made breakfast every day this week. A slice of wheat toast, topped with a quick guacamole, poached egg & side of fruit in less than 10 minutes! I also make deviled eggs for my family every holiday and am excited to use this. I love any gadget that makes any of the monotony of making side dishes quicker and easier. I highly recommend this!

  66. 5 out of 5


    Its convenient, compact and time saving; this kitchen gadget is a game changer! I was hesitant but after reading all the reviews I was ready to try it and I am glad I did. Prep takes 30-45 seconds to fill the appropriate water level, poke the eggs and place in tray. Three eggs take about 7 minutes, six eggs takes about 11-12 minutes. Yes, but buzzer is obnoxious and annoying but it’s not designed to be pleasant- I appreciate that its loud and obnoxious, less chance of a fire. Once these puppies are cooked and cooled off, it is a breeze peeling and prepping. I used to hate making hard boiled eggs specifically because I’d have to peel them and lose 1/4 of the egg with the shell; thankfully none of that is the case with this device and i’m so glad I stumbled on it while browsing Amazon. Definitely recommend getting this product, you will not regret it!Also, I noticed there were some reviews complaining about the residue aftermath on the ‘base’ where the water boiled out but it’s nothing out of the ordinary. We have hard water and it cleans up just fine. It’s not any different than what we already experience on our pans but its just more shallow than your typical pan. 

  67. 5 out of 5


    Just to let any potential buyers know, the buzzer noise has been changed, and is no longer the ear-piercing wail as stated in other reviews, and is now a pleasant, nice sounding elevator-tune chime. The product itself works perfectly, I was able to cook several eggs within seconds of taking it out of the package with no effort at all, and they came out perfectly. This makes life a lot simpler with a lot less clean up involved. The only thing I wasn’t looking forward to dealing with was the alarm, but I was surprised to find out it had been changed to something more pleasant sounding. So now there’s really nothing to complain about with this product anymore. Everything’s been fixed. I’m gonna be eating a lot more eggs now…

  68. 5 out of 5


    Gosh darn it, I knew I should have ordered the larger Dash 12 egg cooker! Got it quickly and well packaged with other items. As soon as I did get it I wanted to try it out. I started with 6 eggs for hard boil. I knew it said it had an alarm but to be safe I also set my kitchen timer for the 16 minutes it called for. Left it in the kitchen, about 10 minutes later I heard this darn awful noise coming from the kitchen. I looked at my husband, he looked at me, and I asked what the heck is this? Then I figured it must be the egg cooker. Sure enough that was the noise. I unplugged it so it would stop and just knew the eggs couldn’t be done so I placed one in an egg cup and started breaking the shell. Much to my surprise the egg was cooked and a perfect hard boil! These six eggs were the easiest hard boiled eggs I’ve ever shelled, it just slipped right off after cracking. I got the yellow and he is very cute sitting on my counter. My recommendation to others is to not be cheap like me and go ahead and buy the larger cooker. You won’t be disappointed and will probably be cooking eggs a lot more. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!Update: I call this little guy my “squawking buddy” I know some will really dislike the alarm sound, but being hard of hearing, I appreciate it. I don’t have to be in the kitchen to hear him. I finally found the right way to hard boil eggs, but it was a real hassle with boiling the water and then taking off the shells. I’m telling you honestly the peeling of the eggs with this guy is almost a pleasure! I’m able to get under the film that is between the shell and egg and surprise, surprise, shells are off. I hate LONG reviews, but I want to tell you what I do after they are done. I have to take a wadded paper towel to remove the lid (very hot), I then put the eggs and holder in a bowl of water with ice cubes. I take out the holder leaving the eggs in the water. I then take out all the eggs and crack on the counter on the larger end of the egg. The eggs are still hot and I then peel. Even after the ice water bath the eggs will be hot enough to eat (my husband loves warm hard boiled eggs with a salt shaker in hand). You HAVE to get this guy. I’m done with my babbling. The End2nd Update: I bought one for my mother-in-law because I think this little machine (my squawking buddie) is something EVERY ONE should have

  69. 5 out of 5


    If you eat hard boiled eggs often this is absolutely 100% worth the money just for that. Eggs come out perfect every time. No green rings. No rubbery whites. Easy to peel every time. It’s easy, faster than boiling water, and every egg turns out the same. Makes other kinds of eggs too, and according to the booklet you can steam veggies and other things in it too. But omg even if you only ever used it for hard boiled eggs it’s worth it. I don’t think I’ve ever given a product 5 stars like this before. Also, skeptics: yes, I know boiling eggs isn’t hard. It’s the consistent results with even less effort thats remarkable.

  70. 5 out of 5


    This is awesome. Clearly one can make hard boiled eggs in a pot. But somehow this is so much easier. Here is the deal: You take it out, you measure out in a provided measure how much water to put in it (more for hard boiled, less for omelets or soft-boiled, you use the provided poker to put a small hole in the egg, you place it (up to 6) in the holder, you put on the lid, you plug it in. When the water is all gone, a gizmo trips and a noise becomes audible. The unit turns off. You (well this is what I do) pick up the eggs (careful as they are friggin hot!) and put them in some cold water to cool. Then into the fridge. You wipe down the heating surface with a moistened paper towel (as minerals from the evaporating water collect). Then you enjoy the eggs. It is really easy peazy. Mention from other reviewers of an offensive audible warning that the cooking cycle is done is just not right. Maybe the manufacturer changed the noise to something less problematic? Who knows. But in this day and age where we all perhaps snack too much, so we are looking for healthy snacks that are simple to grab, this is the bomb. Highly recommend it.

  71. 5 out of 5

    Cal Emery

    I’ve made dozens of perfectly hard boiled eggs. I’ve found:1. It needs a little more water than the cup indicates. For hard boiled I fill the cup to the rim and get yolks that are just firm, still moist, and still a bit orange. For really hard eggs I’d add a little more water and let the eggs sit with the lid on for 5 or 10 minutes.2. It seems to make no difference how many eggs I cook at one time.3. I can add a 7th egg in the center by leaving the lifting handle off. Still cooks perfectly.4. As with other cookers, I’ve found (by forgetting) that there is no need to pierce the eggs before cooking. Not a single egg, out of many dozens, has cracked. And leaving them unpierced may help them keep a bit longer in the fridge.Great for the price. Highly recommended.

  72. 5 out of 5


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     After reading reviews about the banshee nuclear alarm, but the most perfect eggs, I figured I’d still give this little machine a try.My husband absolutely loves deviled eggs and I absolutely hate the hassle of cooking them. After the last batch of hardboiled eggs I made ended in horrible shell peeling and frustration I instantly ordered this cooker as soon as I found out about it. I did have to return my first one because the little black handle which also holds the lid was broken completely off.I opened up the cooker, warned my husband to go upstairs so the alarm doesn’t “make him need a change of pants” like the reviews said, and set a kitchen timer to prepare myself. I was pleasantly surprised this nuclear alarm was more of a sweet club hit I could dance to. The eggs finished cooking a few minutes faster than the instructions said. But to my surprise the shells came off perfectly and the eggs were so delicious! Everything was so easy to use, I cooked the full carton. I’ll be buying more as gifts!

  73. 5 out of 5

    Jesseca Tilley

    This egg cooker ruined Christmas.I ordered this egg cooker for Christmas for my grandfather after reading the absolutely amazing reviews about the ungodly alarm. I was beyond excited to hear it. It came quickly, package was perfect etc yeah it was great. So I had this ticking time bomb wrapped and ready. I waited until the whole crowd arrived. I’m talking 16 or 17 people by this point. I give it to him, he unwraps it. Oh look a random kitchen gadget that’ll probably never be used, something else to sit in the back of the cabinet and collect dust. You KNOW everyone was thinking it. He says oh that’s neat… wait for it the uncle says “why dont you give it a try!” My evil plan was going perfectly everyone was crowding around to see this beauty in action. The simplicity of getting it set up and going was great it kept their attention on it. It starts to steam and I’m preparing for the moment I’ve been waiting for “tiny tornado warnings” “screeching banshees” the time ticks by and it gets closer and closer. The kitchen is packed FULL of unsuspecting family members, all leading up to the moment I’ve been waiting for! Then it happens…. this tiny happy little ‘your eggs are done’ ring a ding chime….Everyone ooohed and ahhhed.The eggs were perfect.(So much so I ordered one for our house also. )BUT don’t let the perfect eggs take away the fact that this egg cooker ruined Christmas.Buyers beware the chime has been fixed.So disappointing.

  74. 5 out of 5

    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 likeI 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.Cons:– 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. 

  75. 5 out of 5

    Oliver M.

    FIXED BUZZER: PLAYS NICE LITTLE DIDDYI’m sure you’ve read reviews that talk about the buzzer sound – they’ve listened apparently and fixed it so it plays a calm little tune. Now, does this increase the risk of fire? I don’t think so because the heating element turns off automatically.Otherwise, I’ve cooked 2 dozen eggs so far and 100% of them were worth the price of this gadget.Note: as others have stated, if you’re in the States you’ll want to add more water (I just fill the whole measuring cup) for hard boiled eggs. The measurements are used for the crazy folks who don’t refrigerate their eggs.Final note: as also mentioned, the minerals from your water will leave a gross looking deposit of burned minerals. Wipe it up with vinegar and go about your day.

  76. 5 out of 5


    So I could not find much info on the omelet and other than the hard boiled egg, this is why I was interested in this. I am working from home and need to be able to throw something together for breakfast that is healthy and tastes good. I read the instruction manuals and no where does it say how many eggs you can do and if you can use ingredients in the cooker so I decided to give it a test run. I cooked a 2 egg omelet with some diced defrosted frozen onions and bell peppers and a couple small cubes of ham. I filled the water up to the omelet line and waited and then left it sitting for the 2 minutes it recommends. It was still half cooked, the top was cooked but the bottom was not so I stirred it up a little and separated the top cooked layer a little and filled the cup 1/2 way up the omelet line again and started it again with little hope but I figured it couldn’t hurt. It came out amazing as you can see in the picture and the taste was perfect. I can’t cook one this on point. I will say if you are cooking a 1 egg omelet the first cook run might be all you need but if you are looking for a 2 egg with ingredients you will need to run it 1 1/2 times but it will be worth it and it still only took under 10 minutes for the full time to get what you see in the picture.

  77. 5 out of 5

    C Love

    Purchased as Christmas gift. Was concerned about reviews claiming screeching noise when timer went off. Apparently this is no longer an issue. Sound on the one I purchased is a chime type sound that is not startling or overly loud. I purchased the white color. Takes a few tries to know how much water to add for the egg consistency you like (despite measuring cup provided), but through trial and error you eventually find what you like. Very easy to use and super convenient. Easy to clean. Bought for my mom who “did not want another kitchen gadget”, but now uses this a few times a week. Worth buying another kitchen gadget. Will purchase again as gifts for other people.

  78. 5 out of 5

    Vuong Ly

    What a cute little gadget to have in the kitchen. It’s super small and doesn’t take up much space at all. I was excited to use it when it arrived. The first thing I tried to make was an omelette. I broke 2 eggs I got out of the fridge and followed the instructions. My egg came out completely raw after it finished. I tried it again the next day and again, raw. However, I found out that it was my mistake. It was still raw because I got cold eggs from the fridge to use so make sure you use an egg at room temperature for optimal results. The third time I made an omelette with a room temperature egg, it came out perfectly! Making boiled eggs, omelettes and poached eggs have been a breeze thus far. The only problem I would say I have with this is the sound it makes when your egg is done. It’s annoyingly loud, but some people might like it. Highly recommended!Easy to use 5/5 *****Easy to clean 5/5 *****Noise level 5/5 *****My Recommendation 5/5 ***** 

  79. 5 out of 5


    This is literally the best thing since sliced bread. Ever eat a perfect hard boiled egg before? No you haven’t. Because if you’re reading this you probably don’t own one of these.Literally. The best. I think the only downside is cleaning where the water pools underneath. If you have hard/dirty water or something the mineral residue stains/discolors the bottom. Doesn’t affect cooking/food/taste etc at all though.Eggs shmeggs. I cook single servings of salmon in here too. Steamed vegetables in a flash, rice in a pinch. I could pretty much start a single-male cook book based on what you can stick in this bad boy.

  80. 5 out of 5

    Cindy M.

    Oh my Goodness!! Where has this little machine been all my life? I get my eggs from an organic hen farm and they’re so fresh you can’t peel them after boiling, you lose half the egg. My friend told me about this machine. I loved it so much the first week, I ate over a dozen eggs just trying it out!! First, I saw some folks didn’t like the song it plays when done. It’s NOT that bad, doesn’t bother me at all. 2) there is a little staining residue left with each use. I clean/wash mine and there’s a little stain, doesn’t bother me, I know for fact it’s clean. It’s NOT rust, it’s more like egg residue. 3) it’s so stinking cute, I love it and it matches my coffee mug!! 4) it’s quick! 5) lift the eggs with the handle, run a little cold water over them and peel. It is hot, not for kids, I use a paper towel on my hands. if you wait until they cool or keep under cold water to long, they are hard to peel, you lose egg just like when I didn’t have the machine. But, a yummy warm fresh medium boiled egg(s) ARE THE BEST!! I don’t know how long this machine will last, but if I use it every week for a year, I will be super happy and get another one right away.

  81. 5 out of 5


    I was hesitant to purchase this egg cooker, but as a kitchen gadget junkie, I took a chance and bought a “used” or “damaged packaging” item from Amazon for a really cheap price. The box arrived with absolutely no damage nor does the cooker look like it was ever even unpackaged, let alone used. What a terrific bargain! I would definitely buy it at full price if I had to purchase another…it’s THAT good! I’ve only made hard boiled eggs in it thus far (really the only reason I purchased it) and it works perfectly as my photo demonstrates. I’ve probably made the eggs 4 times now and each time they come out restaurant-perfect! It is so easy to use by following the simple directions and just walk away. I typically buy extra-large or jumbo eggs, so I followed either the directions or a suggestion another reviewer posted (I forget now) and let the eggs sit in the cooker for about 1 minute after the timer goes off, then rinse them in cold water while peeling and I’ve yet to have the eggs undercooked or over cooked (no brown/green rings…yay!). Definitely a keeper and I will never boil eggs the “old-fashioned way” again! Also, I don’t think the timer/alarm is annoying at all as some other reviewers have noted…it is a pleasant melodic/chiming sound to me and not too soft nor too loud.

  82. 5 out of 5


    Arrived at my house in perfect condition. I chose to buy a white egg cooker. It is a BRIGHT white and not an off/cream/eggshell white. It’s very pretty to look at. I decided to hard boil 6 eggs. It tells you in the instructions to poke a hole in the top of your eggs. I poked a hole in 3 eggs, for the other 3 eggs I did not. I wanted to experiment a little and see what the results would be and they still all turned out perfect 🙂 So if it makes you uncomfortable to poke holes in the eggs you don’t HAVE to, to succeed.They provide a measuring cup with lines that show you how much water is needed to hard boil the eggs. I filled my measuring cup above the “hard boiled” line all the way to the top, because I wanted to be thorough. If there are some customers out there who are experiencing undercooked eggs, my advice would be to try more water and see what happens :)The alarm isn’t crazy loud. I was worried after reading all of the reviews. Maybe I got a newer version after they received customer feedback but my device plays a happy melody that floats around the house. I actually smiled when I heard it for the first time because it’s a very whimsical sound.Anyways, it’s a great gadget and I’m making tons of eggs tomorrow with it. Thank you so much!

  83. 5 out of 5

    C. Chang

    It does great job for boiled eggs, poached eggs and omelette. I tried many times without failure. I am not sure why many people have bad experiences. A few tips to help you get the desired results:- use room temperature eggs- if you use ice cold eggs from refrigerator, add 10% or 20% water to the measure cup- do remember to spray a bit cooking oil and spread to the poaching or omelette tray first- for omelette, be sure to beat the egg (1 or 2) very well in a bowl first- when it’s done (music alerted you, then you press the front button to turn music off), LEAVE the eggs in for a few more minutes, let the steam continues to work at it a bit more- the alert music is not loud at all for me. if the highest ring tone volume for a mobile phone is 10, I’d say this alert music is like 3 or 4. If you can help it, cook it in a different room or in garageIf these tips helped you, press like button to help more people.

  84. 5 out of 5


    The lid hovered over the unit when I tried to hard boil 6 jumbo eggs in it. However, when I tried 6 extra large eggs, this little gadget produced perfect hard boiled eggs. The chime was a cute tune, similar to a merry-go-round tune, and not the core meltdown tune of doom others have experienced, which I’ve heard on You Tube videos. For that my cats are grateful. I used a Mason jar with a lid to shake and crack the shells, much easier and neater than shaking the eggs in a pan of cold water with the lid on or tapping them on the counter. I don’t plan on using the dishes that came with the unit because I only wanted this for hard boiled eggs. During my first use of this gadget, I cooked 6 hard boiled eggs in a pan on the stove simultaneously. 16 Minutes for hard boiled eggs is just about the same amount of time as boiling them on the stove for 2 minutes then letting the eggs sit covered in the pan for the remaining 10 to 15 minutes. This gadget brought a smile to my face. It’s cute and useful. Well worth the price.

  85. 5 out of 5


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     EDITED TO ADD THE VIDEO!!!Alright, I’ll be honest here. I bought this for my dogs, because I didn’t want to contaminate my kitchen dishes with the eggs from my backyard flock. I wanted a dish that was JUST for their eggs, and came across this machine. I thought on it for a while due to the videos in the reviews with this machine SCREAMING bloody murder, and after maybe two weeks, caved, and bought it.When it came in, it sat on my shelf for a week or so. I would side eye it every now and again. Mentally preparing myself for the alarm meltdown when I decided to use it.Y’all. They changed the ready tone! It’s a lovely little jingle now. I have to take a video and record it, it’s honestly 100% non-offensive now. Or maybe I got lucky and got a lovely machine that plays a quiet lovely chime instead of a nuclear middle warning like everyone else got. Who knows! All I know, is that I bought this to boil my backyard chicken eggs for my dogs to eat, and this machine is great at doing that!It’s at the point now that my dogs get excited when I pull the machine out :] speaking of, it’s a tiny little machine. It does hold six eggs, but it’s not much larger than a mini egg carton. It fits right in with all my countertop appliances and is smaller than all of them. Takes up very little counter space.At the end of the day, this brings my dogs joy. That’s a 12/10 in my book.

  86. 5 out of 5


    I had an egg cooker years ago and got rid of it when I got an Instant Pot. The IP does a fantastic job on boiled eggs, but it gets to be somewhat of a hassle getting it out, setting it up, waiting for a long time to get up to pressure and then cool down and then the clean up. I’ve been avoiding boiled eggs for a while just because I didn’t want to mess with the IP. Finally decided to try an egg cooker again. While I was not familiar with this brand, I figured with all the great reviews it was worth a try. Received it today and had 3 eggs ready to test it out. I saw in one of the comments about using room temperature eggs give a better result. I had set the eggs out early this morning knowing that the cooker would be delivered today and I wanted a small batch of egg salad. I’ve seen several comments about how loud the buzzer or signal is … maybe they’ve changed it or perhaps it’s different for different colors (I bought the yellow), but the signal on mine is more of a chime and not annoying at all. The eggs were perfect. I don’t often poach eggs, but I’m sure it will be just as good if I ever try them that way. I love that all the parts except for the base are top shelf dishwasher safe … makes cleanup much easier than other options. It’s fairly small so wasn’t hard to find a place to store it when not in use. Overall, I would definitely recommend this cooker. I see a lot more boiled eggs in my future now that I have it.

  87. 5 out of 5


    I just received this egg cooker and tried couple ways. First, I boiled eggs that was perfect, even made egg taste so much better than regular method. Second, I fixed omelet that was turned out very good…. I like it ….:>)I made this way: first fixing bacon in frying pan white chopping up onion and yellow pepper for omelet. When bacon is halfway done, remove it from pan then add onion and pepper, sauté it. While doing that, I mixed two eggs and salt/pepper. When onion/pepper is done, I put it in a egg mixture along with some bacon oil then pour into Cooker. While omelet is cooking, I finished cooking bacons. After omelet is done, I leave in the Cooker for another five minutes. I use Instapot for cooking so I know it needs to be keep in there for while. When open the rid, some liquid is on the omelet, so just use paper towel to remove it. Omelet was so fluffy and taste very good ; moist and fluffy better than frying pan method. YUMMY good … :>) First time of using this Cooker but I use electric appliances for cooking, so love to have this new one for my cooking collection. So cute looking too ! I am very satisfied and love the sound of a Buzzer. I love to have it on my door chime ….:>)

  88. 5 out of 5


    I am single and hate boiling eggs and this is great for boiling a few eggs for eggs Salad. I had a cuisinart one I bought and used for years but the bottom of it was stained for being scorched from when I couldn’t get to it fast enough to turn it off right away. I bought this during prime day and noticed the ratings were good and it was a fraction of the cost of the Cuisinart one.Love the auto shutoff. Cuisinart had a switch you had to slide when it whistled like a tea pot. This one makes a pleasant chime and shuts itself off automatically so I probably won’t have to deal with a scorched bottom on this egg maker. I also like the measuring cup a lot better. It’s a thinner design and the egg piercing needle has a lot better protective cover on it. I also like the clear top over the stainless top.I didn’t care for the omelette pan on either this model or my old one. It’s too small and I like to add cheese and salsa at the end and they aren’t that hard to make on the stove. If a college kid had this in a dorm room it could be a nice feature, they just don’t turn out as good as on a stove.I’d also recommend doing a five minute ice bath for the boiled eggs. Let them sit in the maker for one minute after the timer goes off and put them in a bowl of iced water for five minutes and they’ll peel a lot easier.A couple things I don’t like about this. While I like the water measuring cup and protective cover on the piecring needle I wish it was round. You have to be careful with the narrow shape if piercing larger eggs and I broke the first one I pierced. Also don’t like there are no handle on the boiling plate you use to boil eggs. My old one had handles on it and it was nice being able to lift it directly off and flip into the ice bath bowl. You have to use pot holders with this one since the eggs are too hot to handle.

  89. 5 out of 5


    It works exactly as intended. If you read the fine print, it does say that you need to use more water for large, or extra large eggs. I think some reviewers didn’t read the fine print. It took some trial and error, but 1 1/2 serving of water for hard boiled on extra large eggs. I rinse my eggs in cold water and let them sit in a bowl of cold water to stop the cooking process. Using the recommended hard boiled amount of water for large or extra large eggs will give you a soft boiled egg. The cooking stops when the water has completely evaporated. The alert on mine isn’t a whistle, but some sort of musical chime much like a music box. Turn off the chime by pressing the button again even if the light indicator is off. The eggs sit in pairs of 2 in the cooker. If you cook 3, the 2 sitting together will cook slower than the one cooking alone. Not a lot slower or anything, but I noticed the solo egg turned slightly green/overcooked when the other 2 were perfect. Keep in mind if you don’t rinse or put in a bowl of water the egg will still cook inside the shell.

  90. 5 out of 5


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     My eggs exploded while attempting to knit & cook it the same time. 😱🥴😱I ordered my new egg cooker.It also heats leftovers, mini carrots, cooked chicken breast (cut into 4 pieces) and warms muffins wrapped in foil to keep dry & placed in the omelet pan included.Do wish off spike after piercing raw egg to boil.After a few experiments, I choose to fill the measuring cup half way between soft & medium for firm whites & runny yolks.Do follow care & use instructions.I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my new egg cooker.Buy one for you.Buy more fir gifts.I have my sister one. She us disabled with bone cancer recovery. 

  91. 4 out of 5


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     This definitely cooks eggs to absolute perfection. And it doesn’t take long at all! I’ve never been able to master the medium boiled egg, and with this, I’ll never have to learn! Love this device!The ONLY problem is the “alert” that the eggs are done sounds like an all out nuclear-air strike alarm, or at the very least, my fire alarm. I nearly shat my pants each time my eggs are done. I’ll likely keep it because the eggs are so perfect, but just be aware of the banshee that gets released each time eggs are fully cooked.

  92. 5 out of 5


    I’m blown away by the ease of this machine… not only can i cook eggs to my liking, it’s quick to do so. I make a batch of medium boiled eggs at the beginning of the work week and keep them in the work fridge for snacks of breakfast throughout the week!Update to add: I’ve finally used it for all the methods of cook (omelette and poached) and I’m still impressed! I took a few pics of the poached.. i pierced the yolk with my fork when trying to get them out of the plastic… little did I know, they would have poured right out and I didn’t need a fork at all. Lesson learned (it really is idiot proof).I don’t quite understand why people are having issues with this thing – follow the directions and everything works out perfectly. yes you have to pierce the egg shell before ‘boiling’, but common sense tells you that it’s still an egg… BE CAREFUL! We all know egg shells are fragile, so treat them as such. The buzzer is loud, yes, not a show stopper if you want easy quick eggs. just deal with it.

  93. 5 out of 5


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     For the price, it is a very, very good product. Since all parts – except the inner heating plate – are plastic, they cool out quickly so the chance of burning your fingers when handling them is almost none. Whole steamed eggs come out easy to peel (do handle these with care; they’re still cooking at the core) and the yolk is firm but not crumbly. Cooks an omelette like a dream – soft, fluffy; and if you previously coated the pan with a few drops of oil, it pops out effortlessly. As for the mineral stains on the hot plate, it is only natural that they form because the plate gets very hot very quickly. However, they go away easily with a quick rub of a piece of paper towel dipped in any kind of vinegar. Do this every time and it will keep looking like new. Once the used parts are washed and dried, they all conveniently fit inside the dome. I use the box it came in to put it away until the next use. To make it more practical and avoid opening/closing it all the time, I turned the flaps into the box – small side flaps first and then the larger one to secure the smaller two – which also makes it even sturdier than it is. Drop the loosely bundled cord in and place the cooker on top, and it’s ready to be put away.If there’s something I could wish is that it be a bit heavier to make it more stable. For instance, you have to hold it from the back with one hand to be able to push the “off/on” button.PS. I love the buzzer music😄Update: Still going strong! TIP #1: Make sure it sits on a fairly horizontal surface so that the water doesn’t pool to the side, which would result in a reduced cooking time. TIP #2: Use distilled water instead of regular water to avoid unsightly (albeit harmless) stains on the plate.

  94. 5 out of 5

    Hermit Prone

    This is a nifty little egg cooker that works. It’s hassle-free and produces perfect results every time, over and over again, consistently. I travel extensively for my job and spend about 150+ nights a year in a hotel room. Often times the hotel microwave is too low-powered to properly poach an egg in a microwave clam shell poacher. This gadget produces up to 6 soft, medium or hard-boiled eggs perfectly each time. It comes with a measuring cup/punch that allows you to add water to the unit depending on soft/medium/hard cooked egg settings. Just punch the bottom (fat part) of an egg with the punch (contained in the measuring cup) and put the pointy end in the tray. Cover, push a button and it plays a “song” when done (about 7 minutes for HB eggs). Lightweight, easy to clean. Something that actually works and fits in my checked bag or carry-on. The only “negative” is the hotel room water occasionally stains the bottom of the unit. No biggie, just give it a swipe with a wet wash rag or sponge. I like this so much I bought one for the road, one for my home in the U.S. and another for where I live when not in the U.S. (Philippines – Use 220/110 converter). For under $20.00 you’ve got something that works, makes sense, is easy to use. I recommend filling the sink with water and ice to “refresh” the eggs when done cooking. Stops the cooking process and makes it easier to peel the eggs after you plunge them into an ice bath. Great product. Even colors to choose from.

  95. 5 out of 5

    Anthony S.

    Works great – easy to use – perfect hard-boiled eggs! I’ve only used it to make hard boiled eggs so can’t speak to the other options (poached eggs, omelets, soft/medium boiled eggs). It’s really simple to use and eggs have come out perfect every single time. The measuring cup for water has lines for type of eggs you desire; note that for the hard boiled eggs I filled the cup to the top as when I filled it to the ‘hard boiled’ line a couple eggs were just a tad shy of being hard boiled — this may be because I was using XL eggs. When the bell sounds, I turn it off and let the eggs sit in the steam for a couple minutes and then move them to a bowl of ice-cold water. Let them set in the water for a couple minutes and then peel. It’s really simple to remove the shells – tap the egg on both ends and then roll the egg on a counter, side of the sink or between your hands to crack the shell on the sides. I then pinch the cracked shell at one end and the shell easily removes in just a few seconds. There is a 12-egg version from this same company that makes more poached eggs, omelets, etc. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

  96. 5 out of 5


    After being the main cook for 50 years in the house, I tend to shy away from “specialty gadgets” that do only one thing. You have to store it with the rest of the gadgets that cook “1 thing.” I have used this every day since I bought it and also gave it as a gift. Gone are the hard boiled eggs that take half the egg away when you peel them. Soft and medium hard boiled eggs, I always found difficult, but can now make to perfection. Poached eggs, omelets, scrambled – all perfect. The only downside, and it is only a small issue resolved with having more than one unit, the time it takes to cook and the fact that unless you are making the 6 boiled eggs, it is difficult if you are making breakfast for many people who plan to eat together. Unlike making a big pan of scrambled or fried eggs, it tends to cook for one, maybe two people at a time and the cooking time is 14-16 minutes. If I still had a family at home and it was not just my husband and I, you could use 2-3 of these to cook for many people at the same time. Super easy to use and would also be good in a dorm setting because all you need is an outlet to cook eggs. It is a small unit that does not take up too much room at all.

  97. 5 out of 5


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     I always had trouble making perfect hard boiled eggs using the traditional method, it either comes out with semi-liquid yolk or the egg cracks. I was looking for a simple, easy-to-use egg cooker when I came across this product. With over 100k reviews, over 90% reviews with 4+ Stars and for a price of $16.99, it seemed like a great deal. My only concern was the super-loud timer alarm that many customers have mentioned in their review. I tried the cooker and the alarm sound was not at all blaring, looks like the manufacturer did reduce the sound level and the alarm sound type (see video). As per instructions, I submerged the eggs in tap water and the shell came off easily without making a mess. As shown in the image, hard boiled eggs came out perfect. Since very little water is needed in the unit, I used Deionized Water to minimize salt deposit. Even if there is salt deposit, it comes off easily with white vinegar. I would definitely recommend this product.

  98. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Lockhart

    I purchased the egg cooker a few months ago, and tried about 5 dozen eggs in it, and I consistently got one egg undercooked. Sometimes by so much, I ended up throwing out the egg. I tried tweaking the amount of water, size of the egg, temperature of the egg. I never got consistent results. There are so many positive reviews, I decided to write the seller and see if I might have gotten a dud. They were quick to respond, and all I had to do was send a picture of the serial number. They promptly sent a new one, and now I have perfect eggs. My eggs previously would sometimes turn out rubbery too, and the new cooked really creates perfect eggs. So glad I reached out, because the rave reviews are true! I must have just gotten a dud. Also, excellent customer service!

  99. 5 out of 5


    This is quite honestly the easiest and fastest way to make foolproof hard boiled eggs. I always struggled with the right water temperature, eggs leaking in the water, under or overcooking when making hard boiled eggs the traditional way. This makes it so much easier. Fill the cooking tray with the prescribed amount of water, set the egg tray with handle in, pierce the large end of your eggs with the piercing tool, plug in the unit, press the button to start, and wait until the alarm sounds. I let the eggs sit for another minute before removing the lid, removed the eggs into cold water with tongs, then peeled. Perfect hard boiled eggs! I am so excited to make egg salad, deviled eggs, and all of the other things that were such a hassle before. Plus, this unit is just the cutest thing, and the price is right! A great color (I chose aqua), easy to store, and comes with extras to make poached eggs, a mini omelette, and more. Totally worth the cost. I would recommend this to anyone for personal use or for gift giving.

  100. 5 out of 5

    Sonnet A. Fitzgerald

    You know those objects that are totally unnecessary, but you see them and fall in love and live forever in happiness with your random kitschy thing? This is that thing. I saw this egg cooker on a Buzzfeed list and, even though I am a fully functioning adult who has never had trouble cooking eggs before in my life, I knew I had to have it. I have not been disappointed.It makes especially lovely, perfectly round omeletes with minimal cleanup required. Hard and soft boiled eggs cook evenly and taste great. The poached eggs are tender and melt in your mouth over toast.I do believe that the water (thus, time) required to cook eggs is based on room-temperature eggs, the way they’re kept in countries outside of the USA. If you keep your eggs in the fridge, add an extra third or so of water to the cooking time.As other reviews have mentioned, the timer alarm is LOUD. Like, picture a fire alarm mixed with an incoming nuclear missle alarm, but make it about 12 times louder. There’s no way to turn it off, so prepare to muffle it up with some cotton and tape if you want to keep your ears.It’s the perfect kitchen appliance. I grin from ear to ear every time I use it.

  101. 5 out of 5


    If you are on the fence about getting one of these, GET ONE. It really is as easy as it sounds to have a perfectly cooked egg, no guesswork. If you’re particular about egg yolks like me and like them soft but not runny or raw, I’ve attached an image of a perfectly soft boiled egg that was cooked as directed (I timed it, this one was 11mins. You don’t have to time it at all as the buzzer will go off, just for reference). Just have an ice bath ready next to the cooker and let the eggs sit for a minute or two in there…peels come right off 🙂 Makes healthy eating a breeze in the morning! Where has this been all my life!??!? 

  102. 5 out of 5


    I eat alot of eggs, but in my household, I’m the only one. Softboiled are my favorite but making a hot pot of water for one or two eggs, or cooking a whole batch at once just hardly ever seemed worth it. This thing is amazing! Absolutely worth the purchase. It’s smaller than I expected, but that’s a good thing as I was a bit hesitant to buy another appliance to try and find space for. It’s so cute and easy to keep out of the way. Granted, if you use refrigerated eggs, you will have to compensate for the cold by adding more water than the suggested amount, but it’s easy to figure out and after a couple of tries, I get mine perfect every time! The omelet accessory is nice too. It makes them nice and fluffy. I also use the poacher to makes eggs to go with toast. All in all, I am so glad I bought this thing and I use it several times a week and it never lets me down.

  103. 5 out of 5


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     I hate to cook. I hate even to boil eggs because I don’t know exactly the time, what to put in em to make em easy to peel or any other thing to do with cooking.BUT I LOVE EGGS>>>Then a patient told me about this lil thing right here.I’ve attached a video of how the eggs come out so peelable every single time that you can one handed peel an egg. That says a lot.The only thing I can no like about it is the alarm.Don’t get this if you’re a patient with a defibrillator. That alarm is enough to make you jump, your defibrillator fire and have to call EMS. It’s unnecessarily and incredibly alarming. Our fire alarm isn’t this loud or irritating. You’d think it was an alarm for something like a child choking.Anyway, it’s a great little thing to have around. Small footprint on the counter. My wife doesn’t care for extra things like this but she likes that I can slap some eggs in it and go on.Get you one!

  104. 5 out of 5


    Okay, I NEVER write as much as I have on this product as it made me a believer that if I can do it, anyone can with this little miracle of a hard boiled egg maker!!!! I am the worst hard boil egg maker in the WORLD! I not only ordered one but four additional for my children and aging parents after for the first time made the PERFECT hard boil egg! This product is amazing as it also has a small dish that you pour scrambled eggs into and let the same concept of the steam cook your PERFECT scramble eggs! Hint: when using the measuring cup that comes with the product, put a little more water above the suggested line for scrambled eggs and by the time the water has evaporated, the egg looks like they are going to push the clear plastic lid off but it doesn’t. The air in the egg will deflate and trust me, you will have the best scrambled egg ever! You will know when either your hard boiled eggs or scrambled eggs are done when the obnoxious timer goes off but it is a GOOD obnoxious which lets you know you when the eggs are ready and not forgetting them on the stove top and ruining them! LOL

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