The Great Eggies Experiment
Most of the time, I just review an item by myself, but when the Eggies™ System arrived, I had a bright idea. I received a dozen Eggies™, so I was able to distribute them to twelve willing participants who would try them in their own homes and report back to me about the experience. Somehow I even got our lawman to take one, though I think it had more to do with the fact that his wife loves deviled eggs. He had a TON of questions, though, as, presumably, lawyers do.
We had a few eggs-perimenters – myself, A&S, MC, AL, and KW. I was so close to getting Theo in the Eggies™ Review mix, but he DOESN’T OWN A POT. Seriously, that’s how he turned down my offer to be in our crack team of Eggies™ experts. Unfortunately, I put too much faith in my team to actually review the product. Hmm, I wonder if there are people out there who would be willing to review products with me in exchange for samples. I can’t do this all on my own, people!
MC and her fiancé were the first to respond. MC’s fiancé took copious photos documenting the entire process, many more than I would, and for that, I am truly grateful. They made two – one perfectly normal, and one that had a little more, ahem, steam power (it popped open). She said she’d shaken it up, too, so when it was cooked completely, it was more like a scrambled egg with spices inside.
Take a peek at MC’s Eggies Test:
MC’s Report: Eggs were delicious. Watch out for steam pops.
My Eggies: I was having a beach weekend with my boyfriend G and his parents, so I decided to give them a chance to see me at work, reviewing the Eggies™. G’s dad was fascinated by the Eggies™, so he was my first tester. The eggs went in as they were supposed to, and we waited the allotted time and presto! They came out looking pretty darn tasty. A little bit of the egg leaked out of the side, but nothing too major. Here are some pics of my first Eggies™ (so cute):
G’s dad ate his and loved it, so I was tasked to boil two more for G and his mom. Unfortunately, I messed up the seal and had the steam pop that MC warned me about. I thought perhaps the Eggies™ were still too warm from the earlier boil, so I ran the Eggie under some cold water and loaded it up again. This time I had no steam issues, so perhaps you should let your Eggies™ rest between uses (Note: your Eggies™ sets will contain more than the two that I had).
Jess’ Report: Delicious Eggies™ and yeah, that steam pop thing MC talked about is REAL.
AL boiled Eggies™ for her and her boyfriend, and she also indicated that the steam popping the Eggies™ open is something to look out for.
AL’s Report: Tasty eggs, watch out for steam.
I guess the important thing to take away from this review is to use the Eggies™ as directed and make sure that you have them sealed correctly and securely. If not, your egg may go from hard-boiled to, well, poached. Don’t get me wrong – poaching is not a bad way to cook an egg, sure, but, let’s face it, it’s not the hard-boiled egg you really want.
It’s another BOGO offer (that’s buy one get one). You buy one set of Eggies, and you get the second set FREE (plus processing and handling). One Eggies™ set contains six Eggies™, so two sets gives you a full dozen. I wonder if you could boil a whole carton of eggs in one big pot?
Always selling sincerely,
Do you have specific questions about Eggies™? Have you already ordered Eggies™ and would like to know the status of your order? Here is Eggies™ System’s customer service information:
To check the status of your order, visit www.CustomerStatus.com.
P.O. Box 3179
Wallingford, CT 06494
Phone: 1- 877-206-6765
Customer service is available Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 10:00pm Eastern Time.
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