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The Eggstractor can peel eggs up to 10 times faster that traditional methods. This means that you no longer have to peel them by hand, which is great news if you love hard boiled eggs but hate the preparation time. With the ability to leave no mess behind and ideal for use any time, this great new product makes eggs even more enjoyable. If you're looking to add more protein to your diet, the Eggstractor can help you do this with ease. Safe for anyone to use, this ideal product can help you to prepare meals with ease.
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The Claim

The infomercial claims that this great new product has the ability to peel hard boiled eggs perfectly and in an instant too. With 3 easy steps anyone can peel eggs easily and without the mess that you get when peeling eggs by hand. Not only does this product ensure your eggs are peeled perfectly, but it uses science to ensure they are. This works because the Eggstractor builds up pressure and enables the egg and shell to become separated, which means users get perfectly shelled eggs every single time. Now it's easy to enjoy eggs more often, which means you can have that much-needed protein in your diet.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Eggstractor is $9.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.97. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page:

How It Works

The Eggstractor is a device that will peel your hard-boiled eggs quickly and easily. Once an egg is inside this extractor, the device will push all the air out of the air cell, a small chamber of air at the tip of each egg. This pressure will cause the shell and egg to separate, and the egg will then pop out of the extractor in a perfectly peeled state.

It's HOT!

Everyone remembers the As Seen on TV product Eggies. They were one of the hottest selling TV advertised items of all time. The problem is, they made a bad name for egg related products and the As Seen on TV market. Why? Because they didn't work! OK, they did work; however, not as advertised. Eggies were a huge mess. They eggs cooked and eliminated the need for peeling. This led them to do exactly what they were designed to do. The problem was the mess they made. People spent more time washing and drying all the pieces included in the Eggies kit, then they would have if they just peeled the eggs. What's more, if the eggs turned out horrible looking! Uneven and simply unattractive; to the point that you wouldn't want to serve them to guests.

Eggies were a product that worked, but had many negative downfalls that lead to unsatisfied customers. The Eggstractor now has an uphill battle to win back the hearts and mind of egg lovers and prove that it does as advertised.

Health is at the forefront of most life styles today. It's common knowledge that eggs are healthy. People also remember the last time they tried to peel eggs, it was a headache and barely worth the time and effort. Any product that attempts to make this process easier is bound to be a hit. The Eggstractor claims to do exactly that, make peeling eggs effortless.

They have been selling like crazy and are presumed soon to be the Hottest As Seen on TV product of 2015!

Media Tests

Due to its overwhelming viral popularity, almost every news network in the United States has conducted a report or video recorded experiment using the Eggstractor. See reputable tests below:

- Rocket 4 News Video (Japan) (OK - Not Perfect)

- NBC News Test Video (Unfair Test)

- ABC KLTV 7 Report (No - Difficult Technique)

- WTOC News Report (Works...Eventually)

- Huffington Post Article (Don't Buy)

- News Now Write-Up (It Works)

- CBS Editor Opinions (Fail!)

Customer Video Reviews / Tests

The Eggstractor was invented in 2004! That means it's been in the hands of real customers for over 10 year! If you're lucky you could even find one of these at a garage sale. As such, there is no shortage of video reviews on; although they are difficult to find. We've save you time by finding all the reviews for you, both good and bad and providing the links here:



  1. Deviled Eggs
  2. You can use the Eggstractor to peel eggs which you can then cut in half to make delicious, spice-covered deviled eggs.

  3. Egg Salad
  4. It’s difficult to peel enough eggs by hand to make egg salad sandwiches for a group of people, but using the Eggstractor to peel them will make this much easier.

  5. Egg Delight
  6. You can also use your Eggstractor to peel hard-boiled eggs for apple Egg Delight biscuits, which contain egg within their centres.

  7. Egg Trifle
  8. Egg Trifle is a dish in which eggs are layered with vegetables and cheese. These ingredients can be stirred up into a salad when you want to eat your trifle. With your Eggstractor, you’ll be able to peel eggs quickly enough to make many trifles in minutes, which you can store in the fridge for later or serve to others.

  9. Easter Eggs
  10. Since the Eggstractor is safe for children to use, they can decorate Easter eggs and then peel them to eat by using this device.

  11. Adding Eggs To Foods
  12. Once you’re able to peel eggs so efficiently with your Eggstractor, you’ll have no problem peeling and cutting them so you can add them to other dishes.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Tap Egg
  2. Before inserting it into the extractor, tap each egg’s top in order to make it easier to crack.

  3. Place Over Extracting Hole
  4. Place the egg over your device’s Eggstracting hole, in a vertical manner, with the pointier end facing down.

  5. Cover With Billow
  6. Cover your egg with the Eggstractor’s peeling billow, the part that looks kind of like an accordion, and push down. Following that, a peeled egg will pop out the bottom of your device.

Positive Points

  • No Mess
  • Peeling eggs by hand is a messy task, as the pieces of shell will go everywhere and you’ll have to collect them. However, when you peel an egg with the Eggstractor, there will be no such mess. Instead, the shell of your egg will remain sitting within the device after your peeled egg pops out.

  • Won’t Cause Physical Pain
  • Peeling eggs with your hands can also end up making your fingers feel raw and sore, but when you use the Eggstractor, this won’t be the case. After you’ve placed an egg within the device, all you’ll need to use your hands for is pushing down on the peeling billow.

  • Encourages Healthy Eating
  • Eggs are a healthy food item to consume, as they’re full of protein. If you’re someone who doesn’t eat many eggs because they’re difficult to prepare, using the Eggstractor will encourage you to eat more of them, which will improve your health.

Save Time

Since the Eggstractor can peel eggs approximately 10 times faster than someone would take to peel them with their hands, this will make your food preparation process much quicker.

#1 Complaint

The most complained about issue concerning the Eggstractor is that it Doesn't Work. The fact remains that it does work. People post video proof of it not working and write complaints referencing their trouble with the device; however, it does was it claims to: It peels eggs. We've found the reason why it doesn't work exactly as shown on TV. Be sure to read our explanation below; that way, if you decide to buy, you'll be a 'happier' customer.


Usually there is no secret, either a product works or it doesn't. However, with the Eggstractor, if you don't boil and cool your eggs correctly, it will fail. If you boil, cool, puncture, and press with complete accuracy you will have perfectly peeled eggs every time (no sales pitch - it's all up to you, not the device).

To cook perfectly boiled eggs which are easy to peel, with or without the Eggstractor follow these instructions EXACTLY. ANY deviation will result in some level of failure:
  1. Place Eggs
  2. In large uncovered sauce pot, place the eggs so that all eggs are touching the button. A pot overly filled with too many eggs will not cook as well. Why? I don't know; just do it!

  3. Fill with Water
  4. The water used must be cool water. No room temperature and not hot.

  5. Boil Water
  6. SLOWLY bring the water to a boil over MEDIUM heat. Don't rush this step, it is very important.

  7. Remove from Heat
  8. As soon as the water reaches boiling point, remove them from the heat.

  9. Lid on Pot
  10. Place a lid on the pot so that eggs can continue to cook in the warm water.

  11. Let Sit
  12. Let the covered Pot sit, off the heated surface for 12 minutes.

  13. Cool Eggs
  14. Transfer the eggs to a colander and run under cool RUNNING water to stop the eggs from cooking. Ensure to completely cool eggs before proceeding.

  15. Peel
  16. Once completely cooled, the eggs are no ready to be peeled either by hand or using the extractor. Peeling techniques can then be used from this point forward as the shell will already be separated (unstuck) from the egg [thanks to your cooking and cooling process]

Eggstractor Scam

Both average customers and media news reporters have labeled this invention as scam. The truth is it's not a scam. The Eggstractor does work; however, the majority of people don't know how to correctly use it. It's also NOT as easy use as is shown on tv. The second reason customer label this as a scam is due to the Buy 1 Get 1 Free deal. When people hear the word 'Free' they assume there are no additional hidden costs. As with most As Seen on TV Buy 1 Get 1 Free deals, when you purchase an Eggstractor and opt for the second free one, you are required to pay a second full P&H fee of $7.99. This means you will pay:

$14.99 - 1st Unit
$7.99 - Processing & Handling for 1st Unit
$7.99 - Processing & Handling for 2nd Free Unit
$30.97 - Total for 2 Eggstractors

This calculation is the LEAST amount you can expect to pay when ordering from the official sales page as the Buy 1 Get 1 Free deal is a requirement, not an option. You cannot buy only 1 unit.

Numerous customer find the wording on the sales page confusing. When placing your order the site says you:
" How many sets would you like?"
As 1 Eggstractor is made up of 2 pieces, customers assume that a set is 1 complete unit. In order to take advantage of the Buy 1 Get 1 Free offer, they select '2'. What is meant by the word 'sets' is 'sets' of Buy 1 Get 1 Free offers.

1 Set = 2 Eggstractors

This means if a customer were to select '2' Sets, they would receive 4 Eggstractors and pay a total of $61.94! Obviously, when they expected, at first, to only spend $14.99, they will feel ripped-off and report this as being a scam.

The fact of the matter is, there is no scam; just tricky sales tactics, and a device when requires patients and tecnique to use.

Not Available Locally

The Eggstractor is a remarketed product that was once available at most large retailers. As it has just been re-released it is not yet available at Wal-Mart, Target or Bed Bath and Beyond; however, will likely become available once TV advertising slows down.


The Eggstractor works; however, you must first boil and cool your eggs if you do this, then the device will work flawlessly. In fact, if you boil and cool eggs correctly they will be so easy to peel you won't even need this device. Most people report it not working due to a failure in correctly cooking their eggs. If you boil a couple dozen eggs at a time, then this unit will save you a few minutes; and is worth the buy. However, if you only boil a few eggs at once; boil then properly so that they are easy to peel and you won't need a miracle solution.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Eggstractor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Eggstractor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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John - (Boulder, CO)
Reviewed on: 21 Jul 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Great for parties! Will surely get a dull party going. Lotta fun trying to make something happen that won't! Got 2 going to re-gift one to a special friend who hasn't seen it yet. Happy birthday joyce

Only in america could things like this sell!

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Trailer - (Carnegie, PA)
Reviewed on: 13 Sep 2016
I Regret Buying it!

I think that this product should be renamed to an eggsploder. If you are looking to explode the eggs and have the shell stay on then this is the product for you.

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The Turkey - (Bellevue, PA)
Reviewed on: 26 Nov 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Video Was Enough

After viewing video, the stractor was placed back in box undisturbed.

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Connie - (Roscoe, IL)
Reviewed on: 26 Aug 2015
I Regret Buying it!


It's a joke What a waste of money.

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Diane - (Brooklyn, NY)
Reviewed on: 15 Jul 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Don't Waste Your Money

Unfortunately, I neglected to read any reviews before I bought it. Just happened to see it in the store and figured i'd give it a try. The premise sounds great, too bad it doesn't work. I followed the instructions to the letter and I even watched the instructional video on the website as they suggested. First off, the Eggstractor part is very hard to push down on, second, it doesn't work. It took 4-5 hard pushes before the egg came out and when it did, the whole egg exploded. The yolk fell out, the whites broke into pieces and the pieces of shell shot all over the countertop. Very frustrating and messy to say the least. Do yourself a favor and don't waste the $10. I would have given it no stars but unfortunately, that's not possible.

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Alexandra - (Sumter, SC)
Reviewed on: 07 Apr 2015
I Regret Buying it!

I ordered last month and I have not received it yet. That's a lot of money to pay for shipping and not get it shipped. They could have walked it here quicker.

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Fred - (Staunton, VA)
Reviewed on: 30 Mar 2015
I Regret Buying it!

This is without a doubt the most useless thing I have ever bought. Please don't waste your money on this piece of crap.

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Sandra Bell - (Lakeland, FL)
Reviewed on: 26 Mar 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Waste of Money

I bought the Eggstractor because I had to make 4 dozen deviled eggs for a charity affair and thought it would make things easier. I boiled the eggs and didn't get one out in one piece. It looks so easy in the video. I couldn't push it down all the way so I had my husband try. He is over 6 feet tall and more than 200 pounds and had a hard time pushing it down.

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Dawn - (Hagerstown, MD)
Reviewed on: 25 Feb 2015
I Regret Buying it!

We did get the 2 Eggstractors, as advertised. However, there's no need to have 2 when they don't work. My husband & I have boiled 8 eggs and couldn't get 1 to work like the video. It's a rip off.

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Morgan Shields - (Cape Coral, FL)
Reviewed on: 24 Feb 2015
I Regret Buying it!

I placed this order on a Sunday ordering 1. The email confirmation is sending 2 which the P&H is more than the product. There is no buy one, get one as advertised for $14.99 ( not $9.99 as I see in these reviews. ). Now company wants to charge me $16 to return it plus postage. What a ripoff.

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