Offer Details & Such: $19.99, plus $7.99 P&H. Includes: Micro Grill - $7.99 P&H. Also: Perfect Oven Mitt - $0.00.
Spend two & a half months eating dinner courtesy of a George Foreman Grill down in Southwest Florida and you learn to appreciate the speed & efficiency of alternative cooking methods. Go through enough damp paper towels trying to keep the food moist when microwaving and you'll start to appreciate products like the Perfect Micro Crisper.
But, how perfect is it?
Let's find out!
According to official product site BuyMicroCrisper.com, the Perfect Micro Crisper claims the following features and benefits:
- specificially engineered to sear & crisp foods
- ideal for reheating foods like pizza, chicken nuggets...
- fast results
- upsell item: perfect micro crisper lid to cook evenly & eliminate splatter
- bonus items: grill & oven mitt
It's sort of like throwing in a George Foreman grill, but with less time involved. Especially when you use the grill. Use the lid, sprinkle in a couple drops of water and now you've got a mini convection oven that will keep the food hydrated all the more.
Let's see what people on the internets had to say:
Order Process: A quick check of the big complaint sites revealed little to no complaints regarding the order process. So we took a big check of what people where saying: ghost town. You could hear the wind blow through those dusty one-horse blogs. Nobody had much to say.
Product Performance: Whipper-winds and tumbleweed. The only stuff we found was a little marketing fluff & some spam links. Otherwise, there wasn't much of a conversation.
Sorry we don't have more to go on than to give you the, "no news is good news." If you have experience with the Perfect Micro Crisper, please let us know your thoughts!
Please let us know your thoughts!
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