1.53-qt. Digital Yogurt Maker with 7 Jars
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13/066US Features: -It lets you make 100% natural, healthy yogurt easily at home. -Create your own flavored yogurts and experiment with the thickness of your yogurts. -Large 49 ounces capacity via 7 x 7 ounces glass jars. -It is only 15W so doesn't require much energy either. -Stainless steel housing gives the product a fantastic finish, perfect for any kitchen or home. -Jars capacity: 7 Ounces. Color: -White. Dimensions: -Product size: 4.7" H x 9" W x 9" D stylish housing with stainless steel. Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -9". Overall Width - Side to Side: -9". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -4.7". Overall Product Weight: -5 lbs.
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This is a very simple easy to use yogurt maker. You flip the switch to start warming it up while you warm the milk. Pour it into the *cold* glass jars, close the jars, and put them into the yogurt maker.
It made my yogurt perfectly on the first try, way better than anything I've found in the stores.
Aesthetically, with it's stainless steel band it fits in with my other kitchen appliances.
True to form, two months after the warranty expired the Vonshef simply stopped heating evenly. One container might be somewhat thick, but the others would be watery. I called the company and was told it only had a one year warranty, but they might have honored mine if it hadn't been two months after two years.
So, bought a new one. Same *exact* machine, but with a different company's label ("Flexzion"). I don't have much choice--most yogurt makers almost all the same. SO, I'm expecting to get two years out of my new one.
It's frustrating because I had an old Salton maker for more than 20 years which got lost in a move. The ones today are made not to last, apparently. I don't want a yogurt maker which makes a huge quantity--I want the individual jars. Amazon has the old Salton ("vintage" aka "used") for $50, and I'm not willing to chance buying a 50-year-old one.