Egg Zact boiler is an egg boiler that gives you soft, medium or hard boiled eggs how you want them. You can keep all eggs sitting in the center baskets while they cook. This means that the eggs cook evenly and thoroughly. The handle on the top makes it easier and safer to remove all of the eggs once they are done cooking. A funnel system lets you cool down the eggs with ease before peeling.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Egg Zact is $10.00 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Egg Zact by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.99 for a total price of $19.98.
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- One Unit
Everything you need is in one device. No separate timer or separate baskets.
- Perfect Timing
You get eggs prepared to your liking every time. The integrated timer lets you know when food is ready. You can cook half a dozen eggs at once. .
- Easy Finish
You can rely on the funnel system to quickly cool the eggs. It also doubles as a handle when you are lowering the eggs or raising them out of the pot. The handle remains cool to the touch even after boiling. When you are using it, the handle collapses so you can store it easily. If you prepare hard boiled eggs, you can keep all six stored in the fridge without damage. When you are done, you can rinse it off or put it in the dishwasher.
It is safe for use on food and BPA free. You can slice eggs over a salad, great deviled eggs, or prepare egg salad without issue.
The EggZact unit design is similar to designs sold across Europe insofar as it has a space for each egg to sit. By keeping the eggs in one position, never letting them move or roll around in the pot, you can prevent the yolk from cooking unevenly near the perimeter. Eggs cook evenly each time. With the timing feature built on the top, you can peer into the pot and see when the eggs are done based on the color of the timer egg. Just make sure you place the timer egg toward you and facing away from you.
How It Works
This tool works by holding up to six eggs in place inside of a pot of boiling water. Preparing eggs exactly how you want is only a matter of reading the egg shaped timer built into the unit. This timer has three markers or indicators for soft boiled first, medium boiled second, and hard boiled third. Starting out yellow, the egg timer gets decidedly whiter toward the center as it reaches these different levels. With only a shade of white, soft boiled eggs are done. An equal amount of white versus yellow indicates medium. Meanwhile, almost entirely white indicates well done.
When your eggs are prepared to your liking, take them out, and place them under cold water in the sink. A large funnel rests at the top where your spout can drain into tubes. The tubes are designed to run cold water over each egg. This is purportedly to cool the eggs down and make the peeling process simpler. Realistically, you want this cold water pouring over the eggs because the eggs will continue to cook on the inside so long as they are hot. So if you just take them out of the boiling water and leave them, or leave them in the water, they will continue to cook. .
Tips & Tricks
- Vinegar and Salt
In the advertisement it talks about running cold water over the eggs in an effect to make peeling the eggs easier. Adding a teaspoon of vinegar has been shown to prevent the egg whites from running if your egg cracks while it cooks. What’s more, the vinegar helps to peel the eggshells after you are done cooking. Also, adding one half teaspoon of salt to the water will prevent cracking and make it easier to peel the eggs when they are done.