7-1/5" L x 2" W x 2" H, with a 2 ounce capacity
Zeroll 1075FS-ZT Zerolon Hardcoat Anodized Spade
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- High-lustre aluminum scoop
- Anodized finish
- Comfortable in the right or left hand
- Rolls ice cream smoothly and releases instantly into cone or dish
- Not safe for use in the dishwasher
- *Handles may state Zeroll Celebrating 75 Years
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Top Customer Reviews
I think you're not supposed to wash this in the dishwasher, for fear the seal will leak, but we always ignore such warnings, and in nine years we've had no problems.
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It's been through the dishwasher a couple of times, without losing the liquid, but the drying cycle of some dishwashers can definitely force the liquid through the ball-seal. I've seen dozens of these scoops in restaurants with self-serve ice-cream, and they've all lost their liquid, no doubt from high-temperature commercial dishwashing.
There's probably no reason to avoid a home dishwasher's *washing* cycle, but I would only do so if the oven-style *drying* cycle is turned off, or at least if the scoop is far from the heater element.
The second anodized unit had the exact same leak... it was from a 3rd party vendor. I'll update later.
I bought one of these anodized units a few years ago and it was great until my girlfriend washed it in the dishwasher... never ever do this. :)
The point is.... both units had the same leak from the plugged end.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Zeroll customer services is the worst and besides the fact this ice cream scoop is NOT dishwasher safe, there is nothing written on the body or anywhere in the ice cream scoop, so... Read morePublished 18 months ago by frsf
The way these scoops work is amazing! They just glide through ice cream, regardless of how frozen or hard it is. A great gift for any ice cream lover!Published 21 months ago by P. Coleman
They mean it when they say don't put in dishwasher. I ruined one. However, we only use these occasionally and I put them in a pan in hot soapy water and that works.Published on December 28, 2013 by Fran