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Lello 4090 Gelato Pro Quart Ice Cream Maker

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  • Self contained freezing unit
  • Makes 2 quarts in about 45 minutes
  • Built in timer, auto shut off
  • Removable bowl
  • 235-watts or 1/3 Horse Power
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 11 x 13 inches ; 39 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 43 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0007QCQNG
  • Item model number: 4090
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,918 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This handy ice cream maker takes only about 45 minutes to churn out 2 quarts of gelato, frozen yogurt, or ice cream. The built-in compressor freezer operates continuously, so you can turn out multiple flavours of ice cream while your guests finish their dinner. The unit has a built-in timer and an automatic safety shut-off that allows you the freedom to leave the unit unattended; an alarm sounds when the freezing time is up. A removable 2-quart bowl, transparent lid, and slim ingredient window all simplify operation. This versatile unit is also useful for crafting frozen drinks and chilled soups - use it to make frozen slushes, fat free ice milk, sorbets and sorbettos. Includes a recipe booklet.
Weighs 39 pounds.
Size: 2 qt
Colour/Pattern: White
Capacity: 2 quarts/1.9 litres
Dimensions: 15"L × 11"W × 13"H
Product of China
235 watts; 1/3 horse power
NOTE: Lello Gelato Pro, model 4090

Customer Reviews

Cleaning is extremely easy.
Amazon Customer
They called the number they have for the manufacturer and said that number is also disconnected.
S. Tolkin
This machine seemed to be very favorable amongst the poeple who had already purchased it.
D. Rupa

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145 of 150 people found the following review helpful By S. Tolkin on April 28, 2008
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The machine worked fairly nicely for awhile--nothing particularly special about the texture of the ice cream or the ease of use. And then it just plain stopped working, about four months after we bought it. We called Amazon and they said after 90 days we had to go to the distributor. We called the distributor who said no, we had to go to the manufacturer. We called the manufacturer who said we had to send it in at our own expense. We did. They called and said the model number was wrong on the invoice. We tried to get a new invoice. We called them back to say we were working on it. The number was disconnected. There was no new number and no listing. We called Amazon. They called the number they have for the manufacturer and said that number is also disconnected. They don't hold out much hope that we will find our machine. So now we are out the 399 or whatever the machine cost plus the 65 bucks for the shipping and have nothing. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 14, 2009
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Not only is this machine convenient, it also stirs a bit more air into the mixture than my Donvier (freezer bowl type) ice cream maker, which makes its consistency when fully frozen more scoopable and palatable. Commercial ice cream makers are actually required to stir in a certain percentage of air. It's called overrun. And since the Gelato Pro can freeze more of the moisture in the mixture if you wait, the ice crystals when completely frozen are smaller. So yes, it makes better product more conveniently. But I can't say it's faster at freezing than my freezer bowl maker.

The reviews here can be confusing about how fast the machine is. Various people make offhand comments about times without saying how much of what they were freezing, whether the mixture was pre-chilled and whether the machine was pre-chilled. Here's my experience: For one quart of a custard-based chocolate gelato, (4 egg yokes, 2 cups of whole milk, 1 cup of heavy cream and a cup of sugar) where the mixture was pre-chilled to 42° in the refrigerator and the machine was starting up from room temperature, the mixture appeared thick enough to take out at 45 minutes, and it was. But it was only a little harder than the batches I used to get from the freezer bowl maker. For one quart of a "Philadelphia style" ice cream (one and a half cups of milk, one and a half cups of heavy cream, 3/4 cup of sugar) again pre-chilled to 42°F, I decided to wait for more thorough freezing. At 55 minutes the mixture was turning almost as one mass at the same speed as the stirrer. It wasn't actually rock solid, but when I took off the cover and pulled up on the stirrer, it did very convincingly lift the ice cream and the container out of the machine with it. Now that's more like it!!
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97 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Cooking Fool on July 23, 2006
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I have been making ice cream in a Cuisinart macine for years but I wanted to regain my freezer space from the 2 canisters I had to keep ready.. I also wanted to make good gelato since I can't go to Italy all the time. This machine delivers the real experience for both. It also can chill wine in just a few minutes. I had first bought the Lussino 4080 by Musso at about twice the price. It was terrible. Too soft right out of the machine and full of ice crystals when put in the freezer for any amount of time. It didn't get firm, it became a rock. I returned it and got the Lello Gelato Pro instead. It is quieter, has a washable bowl, weighs much less and makes a larger amount of ice cream. It's no contest. This machine is great
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68 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Gray on March 30, 2007
We all read these reviews and half believe them...but...I hope the people serious about a superior product will listen..I purchased the Simac from Italy (not Amazon) it burned out and failed after 4 mo..a 600.00 machine..absolute h--- and back to get a small refund and warranty service- finally just gace up...be careful who you buy from...went without a machine for over 3 mo as I didn't want to get burned again by poor service -had already wasted hundreds- didn't want to spend another 600.00 although the Musso looked tempting I wouldn't be able to remove the bowl...couldn't stand that..and wanted a better than good quality nachine under around 300......soo...got my courage up and ordered the Lello pro..let me tell you..fast delivery great price and the quality of the ice cream is exactly the same as the Simac..the machine is much user friendly- the bowl has a handle that lifts out important for arthritic people and the buttons are easy to use and see..the noise is about med- I keep mine in a utility room so that it is always set up and ready to go- I chill ing first right in the bucket so it is cold too and I get hard serve..not soft smushy serve...hard serve in 30 min..perfect consistency and perfect machine...will be my favorite for years to come!!!! But something I totally learned is buy from Amazon then if there is an issue...they will deal with it for you...very very satisfied!!!
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71 of 78 people found the following review helpful By D. Rupa on March 9, 2007
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For a long time, I've had your run of the mill cuisinart ice cream maker with the bowl you had to put in the freezer overnight. I don't know about other people, but I don't know 24 hours in advance that I want to make ice cream. So I wound up not using it as much as I would have liked. Furthermore, I don't have a large freezer, so keeping it in there on a constant basis was not a good option.

After coming into some extra money, I decided to take the plunge and invest some money into a higher end ice cream maker. My wife thinks I'm excessive with researching before buying, but I believe that the time you put into that will let you make a better decision on what is the best product out there.

My original thought was to get the Musso. It's a nice looking machine (Stainless steel), and it received mostly good reivews. The downside is the machine is very large. I didn't want something that large in my kitchen.

I then came across the Lello Gelato Pro 4090. This machine seemed to be very favorable amongst the poeple who had already purchased it. Another plus for me was the fact that the bucket was removable (that makes for very easy cleaning!)

My machine arrived earlier this week, and came with a nice starter recipe book for ice cream. I decided to go for the most basic recipe so I could get an honest feel for the machine and the ice cream it made. So I went for the age old favorite, Vanilla.

After mixing the ingredients, nothing was more simple than pouring it into the bown and starting the machine (You can refrigerate the ingredints after cooking them to speed up the freezing process, but I had extra time on my hands). To my pleasant suprize the machine was easy to use, and not very loud at all.
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