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Zeroll 1020 Original Ice Cream Scoop, 2 Ounce

by Zeroll
378 customer reviews

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  • Designed for right or left hand use
  • Heat conductive fluid inside handle
  • No springs to replace, one-piece design
  • Color coded gold end cap - 2 ounce portion
  • Made in the USA - since 1935
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Product Description

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This original Zeroll high-lustre aluminum scoop won't tire the wrists. Comfortable in the right or left hand. Rolls ice cream smoothly into a ball and releases instantly into cone or dish. Not dishwasher safe.

Product Details

Color: Gold
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 7.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002U34EW
  • Item model number: 1020
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (378 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,896 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By P. Bouknecht on July 11, 2009
Color: 12-Blue
I admit to being reluctant to spend this much money on an ice cream scoop but now that I've used it, I think it was money well spent. It works very well; just hold it in your hand for about 15-30 seconds and then scoop out hard ice cream easier than you've ever experienced.

Other than working as promised, it has no moving parts to break as I've experienced with others. I'm reasonably sure this will be the last scoop I ever buy!

I bought the 3-oz and think it's the perfect size for eating the ice cream from a dish. The 4-ox would have been too large. The smaller sizes might be perfect for cones.

I've read some negative reviews but most of those idiots put it in the dishwasher or other extremely hot water in spite of warnings only a blind person could miss. All you need to do is rinse it off in tap water when you're done and let it air dry.
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Keith Wissman on March 28, 2006
Color: Gold
have used this for 20 years and it's still going strong. the freon that is sealed into the one piece die cast aluminum is warmed by your hand which warms the freon inside (you can hear it when you shake the scoop) and the freon gently warms the cup of the scoop allowing for easy release of the ice cream.

BUT it cannot be put in the dishwasher. the super hot water temp will cause the seal to leak allowing the freon out.

most likely, the current scoops are using the replacement for freon (which i can't remember the name).

easiest scoop to use, easy to clean, built like a tank. it will be the last scoop you buy.
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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful By M. Exinger on September 21, 2005
Color: 10-Brown Verified Purchase
We own an ice cream parlor, where we make our own homemade ice cream. We've always bragged about "Enormous scoops - ridiculously good" but we had to put TWO balls from a regular dipper on the cone to make what we felt was a serious (5 oz.) scoop of ice cream. No more - the Zeroll 4 oz. scooper allows us to overscoop to 5 oz. in one ball, easy. It's HUGE and looks tasty as all get out, but it does tend to scare young mothers and old women.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim R Ayers on December 16, 2009
Color: 12-Blue Verified Purchase
This ice cream scoop lives up to every claim. It glides through ice cream and makes perfect scoops. I mostly eat ice cream cones and the 3-ounce scoop is just the right size. My ice cream cones look like advertising pictures now. I love that you can scoop a lot of ice cream and it never starts sticking. This is one of my most satisfying gadget purchases ever.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mark F. Miller on September 9, 2008
Color: 16-Green
I have this 2-1/2 oz model (Zeroll makes 6 serving sizes) and I've been using it for over a decade. It really works well on frozen ice cream, as described. However, after a few years of use, the aluminum alloy tends to lose it shine and acquires scratches, etc. I use an aluminum wheel polish (from any automotive source) to buff it back to near pristine appearance every few years. I just polish the outside and handle; the inside of the scoop is suppose to have a slightly rough "brushed" finish to allow the ice cream to drop out easier. I'm certain this scoop will outlive me. Zeroll also offers an anodized/Teflon finish on all of their scoops, but when they get dinged and scratched, you can't polish those. Also want to add that the size "16" (with green antifreeze plug) produces a perfect dip of ice cream. I'm actually surprised that they make 6 sizes. I'd love to see them make one in copper.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By N. Koeppen on December 29, 2006
Color: 10-Brown
Ice cream scoops like this one cannot be run through the dishwasher. I forgot once, and the scoop came out discolored. That's probably what "Dan from Utah" experienced. I replaced it, and haven't forgotten again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By James Sexton on September 27, 2012
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
OK, so, right off the bat I need to say that, no, this ice cream scoop is not magic. It will not make scooping hard ice cream like putting a hot knife through butter. It is not DRAMATICALLY better than a scoop that has less heat conduction than the aluminum and refrigerant construction. I once read about an ice cream scoop that had an insulated handle with a hollow interior, into which you would pour boiling hot water, plug it up, then use right away on the ice cream. Now THAT scoop was probably very much like using a hot knife on butter (or on ice cream, anyway)! I don't know if it's still made or not, but I wouldn't be interested even if it was, as it would be too much trouble to have to charge the scoop with very hot (or near-boiling) water every time you wanted to use it. But, anyway, the point is that if you are expecting something like that, you will not find it here in this Zeroll Original Ice Cream scoop.

However, that said, I have to tell you that after we got this scoop, my wife asked me if I had turned down the temperature of the freezer because she found it noticeably easier to scoop out ice cream! I had not, of course, altered any of the settings on our fridge (and we do keep the freezer quite cold--the hard ice cream is definitely HARD--hence the reason I bought this scoop). So, yes, this scoop really does work. It really does make a difference. It's just not a dramatic one. And, for it to work, you need to scoop out your ice cream a bit on the slow side. If you try to dig it out of there at top speed, you probably won't find this scoop to make much of a difference and will just be annoyed at not being able to run it through the dish washer.
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