So we opened the box and puzzled over the pieces - four per eggie.
We had to actually read the directions...
...but we eventually got them put together.
Then it was time to crack the eggs right into the eggie. This step didn't go quite as smoothly as on the ad.
But once we decided to crack them into a measuring cup first, then pour into the eggie, things went a little more smoothly.
Then it was into the pot!
And when we pulled them out?! Some were just fine, others were not quite cooked. The whites looked really spongy, which is not exactly how they should look. BUT, we sure didn't have to peel a single one. So if that's what you're looking for, here you go!
So does it work? Well... it's debatable. I'd say... keep your $10 and do it the old-fashioned way. They're not really that hard to peel, are they?!