Ikea Milk Frother 100.763.20, Silver
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- Handheld, battery-powered milk Frother
- Frothes milk in 15-20 seconds
- Can be used for both cold and hot milk
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth
- Batteries are sold separately, 2-aa 1.5v (Lr6) required
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This product is great for frothing milk in 15-20 seconds. It can be used on either hot or cold milk. Spring/ Crank/ Bracket: Stainless steel; Seal: Silicone rubber, ABS plastic, Acrylic paint; Buttons: ABS plastic; Connection pipe: Polycarbonate plastic.
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First, this is small, it will only froth effectively 2-3 ounces of milk at a time (by the way warm the milk or Almond Milk in my case before and the results are better!) Remember its battery operated... so don't expect this to froth like the ones on the expresso machine!
Second, while using motion the device up and down, this will froth the milk faster and lighter.
Third, DONT OVER FROTH! Yes you can over do it! Once you have a nice froth STOP! If you keep going you will kill all the air bubbles that you just created and have a mess... and no you can't re-froth (at least not effectively)
So just to make clear this is for small amounts of milk or almond milk at a time... if you need something for larger amounts of liquid you should get a bigger device.
This item arrives in a nondescript white box and doesn't even have a brand name or a set of instructions. I guessed at the right size batteries, put in (AA), and it didn't turn on. When I tried it a little later, it did turn on, but didn't seem to be very strong. I heated up some milk, put the frother in, and it slowed to a stop. Did not even try to froth the milk.
I initiated the return, dropped it off at the UPS store, and Amazon was quick in processing it. But seriously, heed the poor reviews and spend a little more money on a better frother -- even if this one had worked, it surely would not have lasted very long before it crapped out.
Bad quality, or bad shipping? Probably a combination of both. The package arrived in a horrendous state. The box was crushed inside the giant soft envelope Amazon shipped it in. What's more, the build quality is cheap and it didn't fair the beating it took in shipment.
The product handle is plastic. The metal wand rattles as the handle is cracking apart at the seams. The on switch doesn't work unless you forcefully push it (the intended behavior is for the switch to slide forward and click into an on state). The power is so low (I placed new batteries in the product) you can hear the massive drop in rpm's when you submerge the end into 2% milk.
However, even given the above, I cannot give it just 1 star as it does indeed froth milk, albeit slowly. At least it was pretty cheap, and shipping is free with Prime. I would not recommend this to anyone, and will purchase a different one once this one is completely shot. What a disappointment.
Over the course of seven years, I think we've bought three of them and the third is still going strong. Marie (my sis) uses it daily and now it faces a new challenge: she often adds a heaping teaspoon of peanut butter (sometimes smooth, sometimes chunky) to the hot chocolate mix. This Milk Frother handles the job! You wouldn't think it, looking at this small tool with its plastic housing, but it is able to break up and mix the clump of peanut butter into the beverage. Quite a nifty tool!
I bought this for myself, to quickly mix my matcha tea The Tao of Tea, Liquid Jade Powdered Matcha Green Tea, Loose Leaf, 3-Ounce Tin.
Using a pre-medieval bamboo whisk (like this: Japanese Tea Ceremony Chasen Bamboo Whisk 120-tate ) for this task just did not appeal to me, especially when they are relatively fragile, less than sanitary, & easily cost twice what this little device does. Yes, I'm an iconoclast. No Green Tea Ceremony for me--just tons of antioxidants.
This weighs just a few ounces & stores easily on its flat end, tucked in the corner of a kitchen cabinet. Just use, rinse, turn on to sling off water, rinse again & dry and you're done. Quick, easy, and effective. It also produces a beautiful froth in mere seconds.
Added bonus: my hubby likes a mocha cappuccino (from a dry mix) every morning & this mixes it much, much quicker and much, much better than I ever could with a mere spoon. And if you hold the mixing head at about a 30 degree angle near the top of the cappuccino for about 3 seconds, you can get a great coffeeshop froth.
I'm not sure how durable this will prove to be, but it works great and makes WONDERFUL matcha.
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I have to question whether this is really an Ikea frother as the finish and performance is very different to the store purchased editions. I’m pretty sure it’s a knock off or a reject.
Either way, it worked once at a new slow speed before giving up the ghost.
Only £3 but returned on a matter of principle. Will avoid this vendor in the future.
On a separate note. The packaging attempt is hopeless. A thin layer of plastic in the form of the parcel and a hopeful sticker marking the contents as fragile is really not going to do the job. Not even a single layer of bubble wrap! Seriously?
Update: purchased the original article from IKEA, as you can see from the image the genuine article (black) has a very different finish.
Been making milkshakes with it, and it froths the milk up nicely.
For the money it might well prove to be one of my 'better buys' even if it did take a while for delivery and was packaged poorly.
Works really well and quick and it's very easy to use, wash and store.
Doesn't seem particularly sturdy but then again it's not particularly expensive either.