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iSi Cream Profi Whip Professional Cream Whipper 2416

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One Pint
  • Cream stays fresh in the refrigerator for up to 10 days
  • One part of heavy cream yields up to 5 times as much whipped cream
  • Add flavored syrups or dry ingredients to make delicious dessert concoctions
  • Decorator tips give professional appearance to your food creations
  • One charger charges 1 pint of whip cream. Nitrous oxide (N2O) chargers are sold separately.
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Product Details

Size: One Pint
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 12 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001MRZWI
  • Item model number: 2416
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,066 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: One Pint

ISI is the industry leader in cream whippers. Our chargers are leak proof and made of 100% recyclable steel. Each charger will charge 1 pint of whip cream to perfection. Nitrous oxide (N2O) chargers are sold separately.


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Fresh whipped cream makes everything special.
Penelope Gianelli
Even if you get one of these for free, buying your own cream and sweetener will cost more than buying the canned stuff.
Marshall Gatten
It's been truly wonderful to use and enjoy fresh whipped cream.
Robert Imbriale

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By V. Block VINE VOICE on November 13, 2007
Size Name: One Pint Verified Purchase
I finally finished my can of Reddiwhip and used this for the first time today. I mixed together 14oz of heavy cream and two tablespoons of powdered sugar and poured it in. Attached the cartridge, gave it a couple of shakes, removed the cartridge, and squeezed the handle and voila! wonderful whipped cream. I doubt I will save money over the ready made cans of whipped cream, but at least it won't be full of corn syrup. This whipped cream maker is very easy to use, and it looks beautiful.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Cordon on April 8, 2010
Size Name: One Pint
ok, so ive been working at starbucks for about 4 years now.... use about 7+/- tsp.(pumps) of SYRUP flavoring. powder will dry it out. hershey is actually pretty good or vanilla. after you put syrup in, then fill canister 3/4 full of heavy whipping cream. if you put too much heavy whipping cream or too little it will mess up how it comes out. also... shake vigorously(6-10 times) the nozzle upward and also downward before you take the charger off... shake 2x more with nozzle downward before each use. if it is shooting out too fast then you can twist the nozzle tighter. before changing the gasket(it will take a LONG time with home use) try taking it out and flipping it over and putting it back in... it wont leak anymore for a while till it really does need to be replaced. and these are dishwasher safe. you dont need to take the nozzle off to clean it, just pull the gasket out... with cap off hold trigger with water running through it till clear. the only reason starbucks replaces these would be b/c of dents. you can buy new nozzles and new gaskets and im sure the top piece separately as well. if you need help with these im sure your local starbucks will help.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Marshall Gatten on December 14, 2009
Size Name: One Pint
If you are looking for a way to save money on whipped cream by making your own, then skip this and just go buy ReddiWhip when it's on sale. Even if you get one of these for free, buying your own cream and sweetener will cost more than buying the canned stuff. This won't save you money.

But that's not what it's for.

If you want to have much healthier whipped cream that isn't loaded with corn syrup and preservatives and additives whose names you can't pronounce, or if you want to experiment with lots of different flavors of whipped cream, or if (let's face it) you just want to impress the heck out of your guests by giving them freshly made whipped cream right out of your kitchen, then this is the kitchen gadget for you.

If you like unsweetened whipped cream, nothing could be easier or more dependable. Pour it in, charge it, and you're ready to go.

If, like me, you prefer it sweetened, then a few tips are in order. Whenever possible, use liquid sweeteners like Torani syrups or things of that ilk. You can just pour them in with the cream, close the lid, give it some shakes to mix, and then charge it. (Don't charge it until after you've mixed it.) If you must use dry additives (like sugar or Splenda), then mix them into the cream before pouring it into the whipper and make sure it's completely dissolved. Any clumps can clog the nozzle.

The flavors are endless. Some take some experimentation. About an hour ago I put some Bailey's Irish Creme in with the heavy whipping cream. It came out kinda tasty, but not really sweet enough. I'll add some sugar the next time I do that. There are about a bazillion different flavors of syrup from Torani or others that turn out great without additional sugar.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By CalBlacksmith on August 12, 2009
Size Name: One Pint
We have both the 1 pt and 1qt whippers, The smaller one has gas left over after only one charger and fully uses all the cream. The 1 qt whipper needs 2 chargers regardless of how much cream you put in it so you might as well put in a full quart. There is plenty of pressure left after a quart of cream has been dispensed.

As to the cost of the chargers, a little looking on line and you will find them 24 units for under $10 so the cost is not out of line but if you bought them in a local cooking store, I have seen them as high as $28 for the same 24 charger box.

Don't expect whipped cream as smooth as what you will get out of your stand mixer fitted with a whip, it just won't happen but the product from the charger is as good or better than what you would get from a can of Ready Whip. You can also tint and flavor your whipped cream, this is not an option with a store bought can.

If you have the hot and cold whipper, you can use it for hot liquids also, such as soup, try doing that with an empty can of Ready Whip!

We have had ours for over two years now and have never looked back.
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43 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Babs Brooklyn on June 18, 2009
Size Name: One Pint Verified Purchase
I just purchased this and have only tried it three times. All three times, the whipped cream produced was too firm and clumpy. I'm following the directions, so I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. Also, the nitrous oxide that propels the cream out of the canister gave out halfway before the cream was used up. So I ended up scooping out the remaining cream.

All the previous reviewers gave this glowing reviews, which is why I purchased this. Either I got a dud, or I am a dud, because this device is not working for me.

Another caveat is that the cost of making whipped cream is far more expensive than buying ReddiWhip or a similar brand. The high cost of heavy cream and the N20 chargers make this a luxury. I guess if I could make the yummy cream that I anticipated, I would not mind the additional cost.

UPDATE: So I have used this every day for two weeks now. My nex move is to send the item back to Amazon as it is clearly not working properly.

Although the instructions clearly state that one charger is good for pint applications, I found that NOT to be true. The ISI brand charger lacks enough oomph after a few rounds. And maybe the dispenser is lacking as well, because after being refrigerated, I can never get any more whipped cream out of the canister. VERY disappointing, considering how expensive the whole set-up is.

My family and I are die-hard whipped cream lovers, but I'm
wondering whether the additional expense of owning an ISI is worth it. But I already own 50 chargers, which can not be returned.

To throw salt in the wound, my local grocery store had the 8 oz canister of Reddi Whip on sale for $1.79.

Latest Update:

I returned the whipped cream maker to Amaazon and bought another one -- same exact model.
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