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iSi Easy Whip, 1-Pint, Brushed Aluminum, Cream Whipper
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- Easy to use
- Cream holds for up to 10 days whipped and ready to go
- Hand wash recommended
- Control what goes in your cream
- Prepare ahead of time - great for entertaining
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Color: Brushed aluminum body with black head
This product is intended for use in food preparation.
Top Customer Reviews
It looks great too, elegant in its simplicity, and I find the button preferable to the handle type activators on many other models. It's more precise in my opinion. Construction is great too... all parts, whether plastic or metal, are sturdy and reliable.
One drawback: The dispensing nozzle is somewhat prone to getting stuck in the open position, causing whipped cream or N2O to continue dispensing after the button is released. This happens most when using flavored whipped cream, especially with flavorings like blueberry syrup. The good news is that a good cleaning clears the problem right up, and all that's lost is a charger and maybe a little whipped cream. Still, it's a bummer when it happens.
I hope this review helps you make a more informed decision when considering this purchase. Given all factors, I'd buy it again, because for the money, it's a relatively good deal. Peace :-)
iSi makes wonderful cooking tools. That's what upset me about this device.
1. It works ok
1. It clogs much too easily
2. The metal around the cartridge rusts if not towel dried after washing
3. The button sticks often and will waste NO2
4. The Cream it produces doesn't even compare to the volume I get out of the iSi Gourmet and Thermo Whip Plus
I would recommend two options,
1. Take the money and spend it on a Gourmet Whip or Thermo Whip
2. Buy a cheaper Brand to do the same job
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!
It is heavy aluminum, coated on the inside so that the cream never touches metal. It's made in Austria and, like most Austrian and German and Swiss kitchen tools, is pretty much perfect. I bought the box of cartridges of the same name brand and they came in the same shipment, even though they had been shipped ground. Each charge is for one fill-up of cream, so for each pint of cream that you make into whippped, you'll discharge a whole cartridge. The cartridges are made of recycled metal and are recyclable. The nozzle is wide enough to be easy to wash with the little brush that comes in the box.
I would say the only drawback MIGHT be if you have tiny hands - this is a hefty cannister. You hold it upside down and push the button, and out pours beautiful, fresh whipped cream.
Instructions say that if you want to add sugar, to add a sugar syrup or flavored syrup instead of crystalline or powdered sugar, or to dissolve it completely before charging the cannister.
We could not believe how easy it was to use this gadget. We're sold!
Like other reviewers said, the tip can get clogged. But just like any item that comes in contact with food, you have to spend extra time to keep it clean. To alleviate issues I remove the tip and rinse with hot water to clear it out after each use - takes 20 extra seconds. If you don't do this and forget about the whipper in the fridge for more than a week, mold WILL grow inside the tip because it's dairy being exposed to air. So it's best just to develop a habit of cleanliness right off the bat. Of course, if you are the kind of person who likes a yummy shot of whipped cream in the mouth every time you open the fridge, this method won't work for you...
When it's empty and ready for cleaning/storage, I soak the lid and tip in hot water/vinegar after scrubbing all parts with soap/water using a baby bottle scrubber, then put everything in the dishwasher. I think the manufacturer says the whipped cream will stay fresh for 10 days. I've found 7 is about the max I will tolerate.
A great buy for a dessert lover who has room for just one more kitchen tool!
I wish Amazon would stock the replacement tip (sadly I put mine down the garbage disposal).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was given a iSi years ago, but my sister dropped the topper down the garbage disposal. My mom "tried" to purchase a replacement and they didn't and kept her money! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Lee Ann Evaro
OK so let's admit a few things. Most of us (I include myself in this) are not professional chefs, we just like to eat. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Chuck Edmunds
This really works great! I found liquid cane sugar that I plan on using next batch. Currently use sugar free white chocolate syrup, two pumps makes it sweet enough for me. Read morePublished 12 days ago by wonest
My rating may change. However, this whipped cream device is great. I wasn't at all sure what to do, but the directions are simple enough and also explain how to remedy issues... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Yu Na Won
This does not come with a cream charger! Make sure you order those separately or you'll have very disappointed children like me.Published 1 month ago by K. Jean
I have one and bought this one for a gift. If it works like my other one it will be a hit!Published 1 month ago by kwcbones
Great dispenser. Easy to use, smooth to load, threads easily, really great quality. Im very happy with my purchase.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love it! Make your own whip cream and know what is actually in it!! Loved it so much bought one for my brother as well for Christmas. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lady Lizbug
so easy to use! Can buy refills many places, Bed Bath and Beyond. Lasts a good while, too, in the fridge.Published 3 months ago by LARS