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Hamilton Beach 68330N Automatic Ice Cream Maker, 4 Quart, White
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- Delicious versatility - Make ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sorbet, gelato and sherbet all with one ice cream machine
- Fully automatic - no stirring needed. Just add ingredients, ice & rock salt – it does all the work, then stops when ready
- Over 20 recipes included - Try the recipes inside or create your own unique taste by mixing in candy, cookies, or fresh fruit
- Easy-lock lid - Easily fits on top and locks in place with a quick turn
- 4 quart capacity - The perfect size for families and special occasions
- Ideal for anyone looking for a soft serve ice cream maker or a keto ice cream maker
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The 4 Quart Ice Cream Maker is perfect for special occasions like birthdays, summer parties, or vacations. Fill it with fresh ingredients from the farmer’s market or grocery store and create a one-of-a-kind treat that everyone will appreciate.
Hamilton Beach 68330N 4-Quart Automatic Ice Cream Maker, White
With Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Makers, you can enjoy creating homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and gelato in your own kitchen. Just add your favorite ingredients, sit back and relax — you'll be scooping delicious ice-cold desserts in no time.
Smart design touches make Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Machines easy to use, even if you're a beginner.
- Simple-to-follow recipes are included with these popular ice cream makers, so your family can make all kinds of delectable treats right from the start.
- Makes 4 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet.
- Just add ingredients, ice, and rock salt — it does all the work and stops when ready — no stirring needed.
- Over 20 recipes included: try the ones inside or create your own unique taste by mixing in candy, cookies, or fresh fruit.
- Easy-lock lid.
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|Item Dimensions||15.30 x 12.50 x 11.10 inches||13.00 x 12.25 x 16.25 inches||8.25 x 8.00 x 11.25 inches||10.00 x 10.00 x 15.00 inches||12.13 x 12.13 x 14.57 inches|
|Item Weight||5.00 lbs||7.43 lbs||3.20 lbs||—||3.00 lbs|
|Material||Metal||Plastic||Stainless Steel, Plastic||—||Wood|
With Hamilton Beach ice cream makers, you can enjoy creating homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and gelato in your own kitchen. Just add your favorite ingredients, sit back and relax — you'll be scooping delicious ice-cold desserts in no time. Smart design touches make Hamilton Beach ice cream makers easy to use, even if you're a beginner.
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As an engineer, I am perhaps more critical of bad design that some, but this is one of the worst designed and engineered products I have ever seen.
The stem (square shaft in picture) on the dasher (paddle inside the ice cream canister that holds still while the canister turns around it) is aluminum and too short. If it was longer (and could be by 3/8" of an inch), there would be more engagement so it probably wouldn't destroy the receiver cup quite so quickly. The stamped square receiver is also aluminum (small cup in picture). After ONE use the end of the stem is rounded off, the aluminum cup is rounded out and aluminum shavings was in the ice cream. One use. And in that use, it didn't work properly because the ice cream was not properly churned. Little to no air got blended in, which is essential to proper ice cream texture.
The motor appears very powerful, the housing durable, but for another dollar in manufacturing costs this could possibly be a good product. If the dasher stem and the cup were made of steel, this would probably work fine. But then the cup would have to be machined, not stamped and that costs pennies. As it is, this is a piece of junk and needs to be avoided or you are throwing away your money and probably won't get one batch of ice cream.
I happen to have a dasher from a previous ice cream maker that fits perfectly (I think it was the Rival version, so beware of that one as well). That dasher stem is steel, so I'm going to make a steel cup to make this whole thing usable, so unless you have your own lathe and milling machine and a spare dasher with a steel shaft, stay away, far away.
This little machine is a win! I never would have imagined it would be this great for the low cost we paid.
UPDATE: I had to update this review tonight. It's been about a year and I love this machine!! I purchased this type without the canister you don't put in the freezer because I didn't want to use up the space in my freezer all the time and even if you only out it in the freezer when you want to use it, you have to wait for the bucket to freeze so you have to plan ahead. This little machine requires no planning except it does take about 30 to 40 minutes to make ice cream. Since buying this machine I've not purchased I've cream. I've made French Vanilla, Philadelphia style vanilla, strawberry, blackberry, chocolate and citrus sherbet and they have all turned out beautiful. I picked blackberries last week and tonight made blackberry. It was SO luscious!! You do have to be patient. Do not scrimp on the salt and ice. Do yourself a favor and buy a big 50 pound bag of rock salt from the hardware store. I don't know why but it seems to work better than the clean pretty rock salt you buy at the grocery store. It has finer bits in it, maybe thats why. Make sure the liquid you it in it is well chilled. FOLLOW a recipe! Turn it on and just let it churn until it shuts off, for me that's about 40 minutes. If your ice cream isn't turning out, you're either not following the recipe, scrimping on ice/salt, or not churning it long enough. This is AWESOME! Highly recommend it!! You'll wonder how you ate that scrappy commercial ice cream all these years!!
UPDATE: it’s now Nov 2019 and I still have this ice cream maker and it’s still making ice cream beautifully!! It’s one of the best kitchen purchases I’ve ever made. You can make ice cream exactly how you like it...cutting down on fat? Make the Philadelphia style. Cutting down on sugar? We cut the sugar in half and still loved it. I cannot say enough great things about this little product!! Happy churning!!
Did some investigation,hoping for an easy fix. I found the gears inside stripped. They are metal gears, but the teeth break under the load. The gears look large enough, so I suspect cheap manufacturing methods. They are using a poor quality / cheap steel which does not last. Too bad, works nice while it lasted.