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White Mountain PBWMIMH612-SHP Appalachian Series Wooden Bucket 6-Quart Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker


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6-Quart
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Makes up to 6-quarts of ice cream
  • Triple motion action dasher system
  • Heavy duty hand crank
  • Stainless Steel Canister and Lid
  • Bucket is bound by strong galvanized hoops for durability
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Product Details

Size: 6-Quart
  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 13.2 x 19.2 inches ; 18.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B006P1SSFW
  • Item model number: PMWMIMH612
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,203 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 6-Quart

White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker
Create delicious homemade ice cream, from strawberry to mint chocolate chip, with the included recipe book

White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker

Homemade Ice Cream the Old Fashioned Way
White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker
Features a heavy duty hand crank
White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker
Fun for the whole family
White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker
White Mountain Hand Cranked Ice Cream Maker

Grab your bucket, fetch some ice and rock salt, and get ready to enjoy in one of the greatest American indulgences that the whole family can enjoy – smooth, creamy, homemade ice cream!

At the heart of the White Mountain ice cream maker is a uniquely designed, twin-blade "dasher." The outer canister turns clockwise and the blades turn both clockwise and counter clockwise. That triple-motion action continuously folds the ingredient mixture from the outer walls back onto itself, creating the smoothest and creamiest down-home ice cream ever made.

Bring Back Memories, Create New Ones

For many, homemade ice cream isn’t really homemade unless you use a hand-crank. They remember taking turns with their brother or sister, working the crank until their arm got tired as they could hardly wait for a bowl, or two, of the ice cream they helped make. Whether you had that experience yourself, or would like to start the tradition with your kids or grandkids —it hasn’t changed and the ice cream tastes just as delicious as you remember. You’ll savor the flavors and the stories when you make ice cream with your family and friends. Great for parties, family get-togethers and warm summer days, the hand-cranked ice cream maker is the life of any party.

New England Pine Bucket

The premium dark wood stained bucket is crafted of select pine from New England and bound with strong galvanized hoops and electroplated fittings to ensure lasting stability. The slide and lock brackets hold and easily release the motor.

Stainless Steel Canister

The tall canister design allows the ice cream to come in close contact with the ice and rock salt making it freeze faster. The canister is manufactured of heavy-duty stainless steel that will provide years of ice cream making service.

Triple-Action Dasher

The patented dasher system is constructed of heavy-duty cast iron and is electroplated for lasting durability. It will never warp out of shape and the beech wood blades are self-adjusting to ensure uniform scraping of the ice cream mixture on the canisters interior sidewall.

Additional Features
  • 5 year limited warranty
  • Recipes included


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is an excellent ice cream maker.
Peggy L. Martin
The hand crank sits loosely in the locks/brackets and had to be held tightly to keep in place.
K. Watkins
We were so disappointed and frustrated with the entire product.
Sharon Valentine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By dancingchicken on March 11, 2013
Size Name: 4-Quart Verified Purchase
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I gave this charming little bucket two stars only because it makes really good ice cream at a sort-of quick pace as compared to other churns I've used. It it weren't for that it would have gotten one star. The good ice cream this makes comes at a relatively heavy price. Read on to learn why.

My first impression upon unboxing it was that it looks to be a relatively solid device overall (the churn, not the box) yet sort of trying too hard to have a sense of hand-crafted charm. The stainles steel tub that goes inside the bucket, as well as its inner workings seem well made and are of a clever design. I suspect these are the reasons for the unit working as quickly as it does - more quickly than other churns I've used. There's also quite a few recipes included - a couple of which I've tried - and they are very good.

For the top dollar I paid, however, I expected this to have a little more of a "hand-crafted" aura to it, like it's advertised to have. The bucket looks that way from a distance, but up close it looks like a line-assembled item. It actually comes with a warning that if it's not treated correctly and according to the insructions that the bucket could leak brine all over. Now that's a piece of charm I didn't expect!

The crank mechanism is built like a tank (a poorly designed one, however) and herein lies my biggest problem. The fit of this device to the bucket is POOR in my particular case. It doesn't stay on well at all. This is most certainly aggravated by the fact that with nearly every crank, the gears bind up like the devil and try to pull the gear unit off the bucket or upset the bucket altogether. It makes it extremely difficult to use.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mike C on February 3, 2013
Size Name: 4-Quart Verified Purchase
Recently purchased and used for the first time on Super Bowl Sunday to make ice cream for friends.
I found that the hand crank would jam incessantly. If I applied pressure in a certain way on the handle, this would reduce the jamming but this was inconvenient. Without the pressure, the crank would jam again.
I took the simple gear mechanism apart to see what was wrong. The gears fit together very poorly and have a lot of play. The gear that turns the cannister has only about 1/8" of overlap with the gear on the handle. The result is minimal engagement on the teeth of the gears which results in jamming.

I intend to call white mountain tomorrow to find out if there is a fix for this, however, it seems to be more of a manufacuturing flaw rather than a defect. I remember my parents had one of these when I was a child and the gears were much more solid and better made.

All in all, I am disappointed and cannot recommend this product given the cost.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey B. Thorpe on January 11, 2013
Size Name: 6-Quart
This is a well built ice cream maker that should last for years. Before purchasing I had read in reviews here on Amazon and on other websites that the inner gear mechanism grinds and drops metal shavings into your ice cream, so before every batch we make we wrap the metal post that fits into the gear mechanism with a thick layer of plastic wrap which catches the metal shavings keeping them from falling into the goods. You have to wrap the plastic so that it essentailly plugs the hole in the metal lid - and it waorks great, not a flake of metal in the ice cream yet. I guess this is the poor man's version of the plastic sleeve that an earlier reviewer talked about rigging up for his machine.

The only reason I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 is that a $200 hand crank ice cream maker should not have to be modified to work correctly. It should be perfect straight out of the box. Nevertheless, this machine is near perfect and my family has had a lot of fun making homemade ice cream with it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W. Lewis on April 13, 2013
Size Name: 4-Quart Verified Purchase
This freezer actually makes good ice cream and is build like a tank BUT it is engineered as poorly as anything I have seen. The crank sticks at the top of the cycle and must be cranked just a bit backwards. The stiffer the ice cream gets the harder it is to unstick it. You have to push in while turning and when the ice cream gets stiff it is exhausting. Then due to the sticking there is metal shavings on the top of the paddle frame just above the ice cream. On our first batch we actually had a few shavings in the ice cream. If you try to turn the handle without pushing in it sticks tight. This thing is made of cast iron and metal and is really heavy duty but either the engineers or the assemblers are doing a really poor job. One review warned of this and was right on. We will likely buy another freezer but never from these folk.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert Christensen on July 2, 2013
Size Name: 6-Quart Verified Purchase
We have a White Mountain freezer that is over 30 Years old and has been used a lot. It is a better product than the one just delivered. The new one doesn't have a locking mechanism and the crank has to be held in place. They probably saved five cents taking this off. The wood bucket is a thin 1/2 inch compared to 3/4 inch on the old one. The metal can that holds the ice cream is made cheaper and hard to center in the bucket. Definitely not worth the $200.00 paid.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Surreals on December 31, 2012
Size Name: 4-Quart Verified Purchase
I have had 3 ice cream makers in my life. The White Mountain units is probably the best looking, and it works quite well. The instructions that come with it provide a good understanding of how it works, and how to mix your salt with your ice, and why.

It is very rustic in its appearance, and that adds to the fun of making ice cream, especially with people who have never done it before - it feels like the "Old Days".

I like the wood bucket, the birch whipers and the stainless internal barrel, but White Mountain let themselves down with the finish of the hand crank, and gears. The crank mechanism is cast iron, and noisy, with gritty operation of the gear mechanism. It is the noisest of the 3 I have had in my family over the last 50 years.

In operation the internal plated iron spindle grinds on the center of the aluminium barrel cover - which creates and aluminium powder/grime. I am waiting for the spindle to rust.

The cast iron crank housing is un-painted or treated, this means it will rust (and does) if it gets salt water on it - which is inevitable.

I will be disassembling mine, to paint the crank housing, lubricate the gears, and provide washers so that they do not grind as they operate. And, a small teflon or delrin sleeve on the central spindle will stop the griding of the aluminium lid and spindle. Then it will be beautiful.

This unit is not that cheap. It is sturdy and attractive, and White Mountain could have gotten 5 stars if they had tended to the matters I list above.

All up, I am happy with it, and with a bit of tweeking it will last for ages. It makes good ice cream too, and in the time that they say.
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