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Norpro 5537 Stainless Steel Coffee Scoop, 2 Tablespoon
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- Made of stainless steel
- Measures 8-inch /20cm
- Hand washing recommended
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|Dimensions||0.75 inches x 8 inches x 2 inches||2 inches x 6 inches x 2 inches||1.62 inches x 3.15 inches x 1 inches||6.5 inches x 1.25 inches x 3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.15 pounds||0.15 pounds||0.05 pounds||0.02 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The Norpro scoop, as far as I can tell is one solid piece. There is no noticeable seam or welds anywhere. The handle is robust and does not bend easily. It does deflect when I intentionally try and bend it, but that constitutes abuse of the product. I've used the end of the handle to open tins of tea no problem.
The back of the handle is stamped 2 Tablespoons so there is never any doubt the measure of the scoop. The handle is about 8in and easily reaches the bottom of coffee bags. Eight scoops does equal one cup so the 2 Tbsp marking is accurate.
The Norpro scoop has minimal packaging. It's attached to a piece of paperboard with two twist ties.
The only questionable thing is that the packaging says 1 Tbsp of coffee per 8 oz/ 250mL of water. I've always used 2Tbsp of coffee per 6oz of water.
Another reviewer mentioned this: on the cardboard insert that the scoop was attached, it says use '1 Tbsp scoop per 8 oz.' Since this is made in China (like most things these days) I would imagine that may be a translated error, unless you like really weak coffee. I use a rounded 2 tablespoon scoop (this one) per 8 oz. of water. I give this scoop 5 stars!
I recommend them, it was money well spent.
Three scoops of coffee beans in the coffee grinder invariably does the trick in producing two deliciously aromatic 16-ounce mugs of hot coffee with just a bit left over.
This also works out to being about 6 cups of coffee in my Cuisinart DCC-1200 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker which is also available here on Amazon.com.
And the scoop's extra long handle is just the thing for reaching into the depths of your coffee vault or coffee bag to snatch those last few remaining coffee beans or ground coffee remnants, ensuring that nothing goes to waste. The end of the handle likewise can be used to loosen the fresh ground coffee which still remains adherent to the surfaces of your coffee grinder just before brewing.
This substantial and modestly priced stainless steel scoop is an absolutely indispensable, must-have item for serious coffee aficionados everywhere.
Be sure and purchase one for yourself soon to enhance the overall pleasure of your coffee drinking experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome, high quality construction. Long handle is nice for getting grounds out of coffee bags without sticking your whole hand into the bag.Published 8 days ago by J. Milner
I purchased this product specifically to scoop coffee out of a tall (8" from rim to bottom) airtight storage container. It works perfectly for that. Read morePublished 19 days ago by G. Stephens
Long handle stainless scoop does two tablespoons of coffee at a time so that for 8 cups, I just fill it 4 times. Clean, neat.Reaches easily to bottom of coffee package.Published 28 days ago by josch
High-quality, hefty, polished stainless steel scoop. Finally I can reach deeply into a 12-oz coffee bag with ease! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard B. Reinertson
Real nice coffee scoop. Finish is good, quality item. Just like the one's Starbucks used to sell.Published 1 month ago by Dual-500
I like the cylindrical design of the scoop which allows accurate portions to be scooped It would have been nice for the handle to be an inch or two longer, to reach the bottom of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fredrick A. Weber