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Aerolatte Milk Frother, Chrome

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  • Handheld, battery-powered milk frother
  • Works well with cold or hot milk for delicious drinks
  • Streamlined construction made from polished chrome, stainless steel wire wisk
  • Simple 1-hand operation with results in 20 to 30 seconds
  • Includes 2 AA batteries; rinses clean for storage; 5-year warranty
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Color: Chrome
  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 3.6 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002KZUNA
  • Item model number: 004
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,430 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,627 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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A zippy little kitchen instrument, the Aerolatte frother is a smart way to make your own frothed milk for cold or hot drinks. Streamlined and reflective, the design is sleek and appealing, while its operation is simple. Just place the frother’s whisk head in a mug of hot or cold milk and turn it on. Frothing takes around 20 to 30 seconds and does not make a lot of noise. Powered by two AA batteries, the frother has a trim size and a self-contained construction that rinses clean between uses. Note that the frother does not generate steam or heat--to create frothed milk for hot drinks you must start with hot milk. Aerolatte also makes a satin-finish version of this product with a slim little counter stand for storage. The unit comes with batteries, and carries a five-year warranty. --Emily Bedard


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Customer Reviews

It works within seconds frothing the milk and making a very thick foam.
BlondiePhD
The stand is also very handy since I have very little drawer space in my kitchen and I like the simple modern design of it.
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Definitely worth the money and one of the best purchases I've made in a long time!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

512 of 525 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Sabin VINE VOICE on January 2, 2008
Color Name: Satin Finish Verified Purchase
I just got the box from Amazon, pulled out my new Aerolatte, removed the protective cover from the battery compartment (yeah, it even comes pre-loaded with a pair of "aerolatte" double A's!), and put about 2 oz of NON-FAT (skim) milk in a glass.

I nuked the milk for about 20 seconds, pulled it from the microwave, stuck the aerolatte in the glass and pushed the switch.

DANG!!

Nearly INSTANT foam. GOBS of it. It formed PEAKS!! You could make small milk-animals out of it.

I really can't believe how well this thing works. The only thing that would ruin it for me is if it simply fell apart after a few uses, but frankly, with a little bit of care, it looks like it'll hold up. We'll see.

But in the meantime, call me Doctor Foam.

-Jonathan Sabin

UPDATE ***9 MONTHS LATER***

Notwithstanding the complaints of people who claim that their aerolatte lasted about 5 minutes, I just replaced the batteries for the first time since buying it back in January. (Yes, it still works, but I was disappointed that I was no longer able to make foam-animals!)

Well a couple of fresh Duracells later, and I sound like a deranged dentist with this thing in my hand. The "buzz" I had become accustomed to, is now a high-pitched whizzing sound, that actually made my molars uncomfortable.

But I'm back to making some seriously decent foam again!
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231 of 234 people found the following review helpful By M Family on February 13, 2008
Color Name: Metal Verified Purchase
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** below is my original review but I just wanted to add a quick note that I'm still using this exact same milk frother today (May 2014). It's been 6 years since I bought it! **

1st time, I didn't even know what I was doing but I was able to make high volume of nice foam (very fine bubbles and creamy) from Aerolatte. I own a Briel cappuccino maker with milk frother/steam wand. It steams milk well but require Barista level skill to make good froth! I also own a Bodum pump which requires way too much energy. Aerolatte is my most favorite tool to froth milk now. It works well with both cold or hot milk and very fast (10-15 seconds). Sorry about the lengthy video, that was my 1st time using it without prior practice. I can master it in less time now. Milk froth tastes a little airy (not as good as using steam wand) but still better than using hand-pump. This tool does not heat milk but I have no problem using it to froth hot milk :)
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164 of 169 people found the following review helpful By Magickly on July 30, 2005
Color Name: Metal
I must admit, when I first heard of these immersion frothers, I was very skeptical. I had tried many frothers, cappuccino machines with built in frothers (work great first 2 times, then they always clog) and plunger frothers (can you say carpal tunnel syndrome??) etc. After much time AND much effort, there was very little reward, almost no froth and much frustration, not to mention cleanup. I tried the plunger types repeatedly to the point where I was sure I'd have blisters. Did I mention having to disassemble & clean all the frother parts after? :o)

So began my quest for an easy, effective way to obtain cappuccino style froth for my morning java. I searched java junkie message boards and decided to give the Aerolatte a try. I couldn't have been more amazed and pleased.

This little gadget runs on 2 AA batteries (included) and comes with a metal counter stand so it's easily accessible. I unboxed it and gave it a whirl, seemed sturdy and surprisingly fast. Now for the coffee test. Hmmm. So I brewed a pot (french press) of strong coffee and poured a little half & half in my mug and let 'er rip. All I can say is AWESOME!! I was totally shocked at how quick and easy the Aerolatte whipped it into froth. Seriously, comparable to the froth from Starbucks. I couldn't believe it.

The instructions recommend skim or low fat milk, which also frothed up just as thick and rich. Wow!!!! When you are finished, run the unit under under the faucet or in a cup of water to clean. Incredibly cool that you create the froth right in your coffee mug. Simple as that, no extra equipment to clean.

Be brave, experiment a little. I prefer heating my mug with sugar & half & half in the microwave for 30 seconds, froth for about 30 seconds & pour in coffee.
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109 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Ana Margarita on March 8, 2006
Color Name: Metal Verified Purchase
I bought this item in a store in Austin two years ago. I was regretting the purchase the moment I paid (I thought that $20 was too much for a milk frother, because all those cappuccino and espresso machines include a frother, but it never works as you expected, so, why this little thing was going to work better than those machines?). But then I tried it. I made a mess the first times but I loved it. Some weeks later, I went to a store to buy an old fashioned-Spanish style coffee maker. A perfect combination for my Aerolatte! I forgot about machines.

One sad day I found that the battery compartment was damaged. I thought that perhaps some water came in. I looked for another Aerolatte, which was difficult because I have not seen it in Mexico and I was not planning to visit USA soon. I found this item in Amazon, and I placed my order in October last year, when the cold and misty days make you desire a good cup of coffee or a well shaken hot chocolate... When I requested it I did not care about the problem with the batteries (I thought: "Well, I will keep it without the batteries"), so until I received it I noticed that this problem was corrected by placing the battery compartment at the top of the item (instead of on one side), and it also included a few extra technical features in order to avoid the water gets in, so I can keep it with the batteries inside all the time. The item was successfully redesigned. The stand is a plus (in my first purchase it did not come with a stand).
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