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Zeroll Zerolon Ice Cream Scoop, Black

by Zeroll

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  • Self-defrosting fluid inside bowl and handle
  • Unique bowl shape for round portions
  • Chip-resistant edge for fast and easy cutting and rolling.
  • Comfortable in the right or left hand
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Product Description

Zeroll #20 2 oz. Gold End Cap Zerolon Ice Cream ScoopThe Zeroll 1020ZT Zerolon #20 ice cream scoop/ dipper is perfect for serving your favorite ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet. Compared to other aluminum dippers, this one-piece aluminum alloy dipper's Zerolon anodized Non-Stick finish protects it from hard or highly chlorinated water. The handle contains a non-toxic heat conductive fluid that warms to the user's and enables easier and faster dipping. All Zeroll ice cream scoops are designed to roll ice cream with minimum compression which results in up to 20% more scoops of ice cream per gallon. Hand wash only, and do not expose to temperatures over 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Standard Features:Zeroll Ice Cream Scoop Size #20 Holds Approximately 2 Oz. Hard Coat Anodized and Sealed with Non-Stick Helps Reduce Oxidation and Corrosion Designed for Right or Left Hand Use Heat Conductive Fluid Inside Handle No Springs to Replace, One-Piece Design Gold End Cap Made in the USA - Since 1935 Hand Wash Daily with Non-Abrasive Cleaner, Rinse with Water and Towel Dry Do Not Put in Dishwasher or Expose to Temperatures Over 140° F/ 60° C Model#: 1020ZT 290143

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From the outside, this looks like an average ice cream scoop. It's crafted from durable, polished nonstick aluminum, has a classic design, and fits comfortably in your hand. The secret ingredient, however, is so radical that Zeroll products have been displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City: The handle is filled with a permanent, safe defrosting fluid that responds to the warmth of a hand. Hence the scoop cuts into even the hardest ice cream--and the ice cream will slide right off. So, stop bending spoons and start enjoying your dessert! --Ariel Meadow Stallings

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 2 x 1.8 inches ; 1.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000505IW
  • Item model number: 7954
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,048 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 12, 2001
I had been in search of the ultimate ice cream scoop when I came across this Zeroll product. At first I was suspicious as to its claims and the relatively high price. However, upon my first scoop I was convinced it was worth it. The scoop contains freon which transfers heat from your hand to the scoop, allowing you to effortlessly scoop through even the hardest ice cream (like Ben & Jerry's straight from the freezer). You actually see the ice cream melt upon contact with the scoop!
I highly recommend this to anyone who loves ice cream but doesn't like scooping it out! Highly satisfied!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Moniz on March 18, 2003
I used these scoops for the two years that I worked at Brigham's (an ice cream parlor) while in high school. For those two years of daily use and abuse I never had a complaint with the usefulness of these scoops. They were even run through a commercial dishwasher every night.
I have one in my kitchen now that the shop had retired nearly twenty years ago and it still scoops better than anything else that I've used.
They do work best when you wet the scoop before starting and rewetting from time to time.
The scoop might be expensive, but it will probably be the last scoop you or your childen or their children will ever need to purchase.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Steve Schroader on December 27, 2001
For years I've been fed up with lousy ice cream scoops and vowed to someday find a really good one. When I saw this one I thought, "Wholly cow, how can someone justify spending [such an amount] on an ice cream scoop?" Well, I bought it anyway and I do not regret it. It is wonderful; even better than I had hoped. It cuts hard ice cream like butter and is beyond sturdy; it should last generations. Negatives are that it can't go in the dishwasher and high price.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kala TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 18, 2003
I have one of these ice cream scoops too (I have quite a collection, but I am a self-proclaimed icecreamaholic) and while I do like it, it's far from my favorite. I personally like the KitchenAid scooper much better.
This one is good too though, and does slightly melt the ice cream which helps in scooping. I run mine through the dishwasher all the time and never had an issue. The nonstick surface is also really nice, it makes the ice cream slide off the scoop easily in to the bowl. Also, the feel of the handle is nice, though the grip isn't as good as some other scoopers - mine is slightly slippery while my KitchenAid scooper has a much firmer grip! I still give it 5 stars, it does its job well!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 9, 2003
I've had one of these for almost a decade and love the way it handles ice cream. Unfortunately, as the finish ages, the dark color from the scoop is transferred to the ice cream: a most undesirable effect.
Seriously, just buy the regular, not-nonstick version. The real secret is the conductivity of the anti-freeze solution and the aluminum that encases it. The solution readily transfers heat from your hand to the handle, to the liquid, which warms the scoop ever so slightly after you scoop. By pre-warming the handle & liquid in lukewarm (NOT HOT) water for 90 seconds, you'll allow the scoop to release the scooped ice cream faster. Also, that 90 seconds actually lets the ice cream temper before you scoop. The end result: no-longer rock hard ice cream that you can readily scoop and virtually drop in a dish or on a cone. Note: if the surface of the scooped ice cream retains a liquid appearance for more than a few moments or (Eek!) if liquified cream runs off of the ice cream, you've over-heated the handle. Don't worry, just a bit of practice...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anita T. Morgan on October 9, 2004
I also have had the ice cream scoop for around five years and noticed the finish comes off on your hands and ice cream. It worked better than any other scoop but it worries me about the way it doesn't last.
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