Electric Milk Frother - Kuissential Slickfroth 2.0, Handheld Cappuccino, Latte and Coffee Maker
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- Handheld, Battery Operated Milk Frother. Now in Red!
- Creates delicate foam for homemade lattes, cappucinos, hot chocolates, and more!
- Stylish Handle with Stainless Steel Stem and Whisking Head
- Easy to Operate and Clean (operate in hot soapy water and rinse)
- New and Improved Version 2.0, based on Customer Feedback. Powered by 2 AA batteries (not included)
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Are you a coffee lover that wants to enjoy barista quality frothed milk in the comfort of your own home? The Kuissential SlickFroth 2.0 will help you turn your milk or cream into a rich, delicious, fluffy foam, that will transport you mentally to the Italian Countryside as you enjoy your homemade cappuccinos and lattes. When you are done, cleanup is as easy as running your SlickFroth in hot soapy water and rinsing well (do not submerge the handle in water). If you want a frother that can make your milk, specialty coffees, hot chocolates, and milkshakes more fun and delicious, welcome the SlickFroth 2.0 to your home today! (Please note we have recently changed the spelling of our brand name from Cuissential to Kuissential. Everything else about us is staying the same. Sorry for the confusion!)
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I have owned 3 different frothers prior to this purchase with prices ranging between $17 and $24, they include: Frother Bonjour, aerolatte, and an Italian one. I purchased the Italian one in Europe while on a trip. My prior experience with this type of frother is to assume a life expectancy of 12 to 18 months. I use the device daily and use it as of quick stir for my sugar and cream as part of my personal coffee bar. I do have a machine that makes froth (micro bubbles); however that is the $40 range (and I am on my second unit), which is pricey.
- Frother is very fast to reach its full speed (1 second), several other brands take a couple of seconds.
- Torque is good and strong, better than the others
- Makes good froth compared to the competition, slightly warmer milk/cream is best. Note: My experience is the froth does not last the entire duration while drinking your beverage. I put this in the pros category, because when compared to similar devices this one does a great job.
- COST, great value
- I would like to see a color that fits my kitchen. Black would be nice.
If this Unit last 12 to 18 months like the rest, this is a good deal for a better product at a better price. It works longer, its an awesome deal. Shorter, well, although I will be disappointed, my cost will be more of a break even situation.
Yes, I would recommend this unit and would purchase again.
Update, December 1, 2015 -- I've taken away 2 stars because the frother is starting to die intermittently. Sometimes it spins, sometimes not, despite new batteries, and even when it works, it never has the power it originally had. I took the little circuit board out under the switch to check it, and there is nothing there but the switch, so nothing visibly wrong. Then I took the side screws out to open the body, and again, nothing to see except the little motor with a couple of capacitors that were still soldered on fine. No corrosion evident. After straightening the wand a bit, which had become very slightly bent, it spins more cleanly, but still sometimes doesn't engage at all and has definitely lost power. I've had it less than two years, and I think this is a short life for something so simple. It is sadly typical of the way things are made these days. Having said all that, I might end up replacing it with the same one, as others I've tried failed even more quickly.
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