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BonJour Automatic Battery-Powered Primo Latte Frother

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List Price: $19.99
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  • Frother whips up rich, creamy milk froth in seconds for cappuccinos and lattes
  • Elegant ergonomic handle features non-slip accents
  • Stainless-steel stem and spring coil frothing disc
  • Wire stand keeps frother handy
  • Refer the user manual on directions and battery suggestions of the product.
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 3.4 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000E170W
  • Item model number: 53453
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (319 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,042 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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If your espresso maker doesn’t froth milk, you can still make creamy lattes and cappuccinos with this hand-held frother from BonJour. Simply insert the stainless-steel wire disc into a tall glass one-third full of cold milk (the health conscious will be pleased to know that nonfat milk works best), press and hold the on button, and in seconds the milk will froth to more than twice its volume. The milk can then be heated in a microwave and the espresso or coffee added. A wire stand keeps the frother handily located and displayed--its ergonomically designed handle with non-slip accents is quite eye-catching. Measuring 10 inches in overall length, the frother requires two AA batteries (not included), and should be washed gently by hand. --Ann Bieri

Product Description

BonJour Primo Latte frother is the perfect fusion of excellence in design and function. The curvaceous black and matte silver frother features a uniquely comfortable design. BonJour Primo Latte's Spring disc effortlessly turns even non-fat milk into lush, creamy froth in seconds for cappuccinos, lattes and mochas. BonJour Primo Latte Frother includes a matte wire stand that serves as the perfect countertop home for this attention getting frother.


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Customer Reviews

The stand is a great protection and it takes up very little space.
Aimee K. Madsen
The slots that hold the top and bottom halves together are VERY thin plastic and won't stand up to more than a battery change or two.
RickObe
The BonJour Primo Latte Frother worked great every single day for almost a year, changing the batteries maybe 2-3 times.
Aunt Paulette

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 107 people found the following review helpful By M. Allen Greenbaum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 28, 2006
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Update: 2010

Still going strong; however, I have some reservations about the stand. After several years of use, I now feel that the stand is too easily tipped over (but only because accidents do happen--if you never brushed against it, the stand wouldn't tip over), and that led to a bent "wand" when the frother hit the floor. I just received the Aerolatte as a gift (available also at Amazon.com) and am very pleased with it. However, I've only had it a few days; the reliable Bonjour frother worked well for over four years, and was slightly bent only because of an accident. Still make a fantastic (and relatively inexpensive) gift for the coffee connoisseur or the casual cocoa fan! Still highly recommendedbut you might want to compare this with the Aerolatte on features and price. Happy drinking!

Update: Feb 20, 2006

I've upgraded this from a 4.5 to a full 5* since purchasing it back in December. Initially, it seemed difficult to insert the batteries, but the Primo Frother is still going strong after almost 2 months of daily use!

I've come to appreciate a few other features, as well:

*I measured 3 ounces of milk, used the frother, and poured the froth back into a measuring cup. The foam measured close to 10 ounces; the Primo more than tripled the volume!
*The rather flimsy looking stand actually works very well, holding the frother in place without tipping over.
*It's extremely easy to clean: Just run it a few seconds under water.
*It's very useful for mixing powders (e.g., chocolate) into liquids.
*With just a little practice, you can make all manner of foams, from a light froth to a very dense topping that's almost like meringue! It's all in the angle and the depth of the frother within the drink container.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Stace Culver Dayment on March 14, 2005
Actually, I LOVE this thing - and when I got it as a gift, I thought it was pretty hokey. I used to work at Starbucks and I know there's no faking frothy, steamed milk.

But this guy does it!

To clean it I just dab a drop of dishsoap on it and send it spinning under the hot tap.

To change the batteries, make sure to squeeze *both* sides of the case.

This makes giant, fluffy hot chocolates - it does an amazing job with the marshmallows! As dorky as it is, I now have it in high rotation in my kitchen!
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By J. Cook on November 6, 2006
I've had three of these already and found that they just don't last long. After being used once a day for about a month or two, it just doesn't spin as well as it did when newer. Yes, I have been changing the batteries when it slows and it no longer makes a difference in the function. It is so slow, that it only makes a couple of bubbles now, no froth. When new it works better than expected and makes mountains of foam and that's the reason I keep purchasing another every couple of months. Maybe some moisture is getting in to the battery compartment?? - not sure why the problem.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Claire Jordan TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 21, 2007
I've owned almost every frother on the market and this is one of the best when it comes to power, speed and comfort of use. It whips up high quality milk foam in short order (and I'm pretty picky having owned and managed several espresso bars). It is also a very solid device, creating the impression that it will last a while. Unfortunately, due to one distinct design flaw, this impression is false. The handle splits into two pieces to allow access to the battery compartment where other similar products have a door in the top in which to drop batteries into the device. This allows for a smooth, designer-y look unlike the others with their abrupt, flat tops, but eventually, after repeated replacement of the batteries, the two pieces become loose making it impossible to snap the battery compartment closed properly.

It's a shame that, in this case, good design undermines the product's lifespan. If not for this flaw the BonJour Primo would be my frother of choice. I'm going to try the older, less designer-y model Bonjour Cafe Latte Milk Frother, Vanilla White. Perhaps it will provide the same quality with a little more longevity.

PS - It always makes my day to know that people find these reviews helpful. I usually respond to comments the same day, so if you have a question or comment (even if it's just to say, Hi!") feel free to post it below.

Thanks, Claire
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By H. Wu on July 30, 2006
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We own the rechargeable version of this as well. Both work quite well in making froth. However, this battery version falls short of the rechargeable and so gets 4 stars for two reasons: The switch design placement is very awkward (on the side of the thing) and really does not fall to hand easily. The other version has the power button on the top, so it is easy to hold it pinched upright and press the button with an index finger. Also, the stand is not very stable. Since it hangs, the whole thing is top-heavy and prone to being knocked over easily. The recharger stand is designed to accept the device upside down, so it is bottom-heavy. (The recharging unit seems to use magnetic induction, just like most modern electric toothbrushes.)

Otherwise, for the price and since it still does work well, this battery only version is a good value.
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