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Norpro Stainless Steel Scoop, 56MM (4 Tablespoons)
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- Measures: 8.75" x 2.25" x 1" / 22cm x 5.5cm x 2.5cm
- Scoop: 4Tbsp/2oz/60ml/56mm, approximately 16 scoops per quart.
- Heavy-duty spring action releases food easily.
- Ideal for scooping ice cream, scoop and drop cookie dough, use to make meatballs, to make fruit/melon balls and also great for dishing up pet food.
- Made of stainless steel with a high polished finish.
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Measures: 8.75" x 2.25" x 1" / 22cm x 5.5cm x 2.5cm
Scoop: 4Tbsp/2oz/60ml/56mm, approximately 16 scoops per quart.
Heavy-duty spring action releases food easily. Ideal for scooping ice cream, scoop and drop cookie dough, use to make meatballs, to make fruit/melon balls and also great for dishing up pet food. Made of stainless steel with a high polished finish. Hand washing recommended.
Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
An all-purpose scoop, this tool portions ice cream, frozen yogurt, cookie dough, meat balls, rice dishes, and vegetable purées. And it's ideal for forming pretty sherbet balls to fill dessert glasses. With a squeeze of your hand, its heavy-duty spring action releases food by sliding a thin steel band beneath it. The scoop head holds 4 tablespoons. The tool measures 8-3/4 inches overall, is made of noncorrosive 18/8 stainless steel polished to a mirror finish, and is dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack
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As it turns out? COUNTERFEIT. See my attached photos of their janky knockoff product.
Below I have a link to a review on YouTube which shows the quality of the actual Norpro product. Do not be fooled.
I could go on but I'm already annoyed that this thing has stolen my time and energy. I have already reported the seller to Amazon Customer Service, but their reporting mechanism doesn't allow for photos, so I thought I'd include them here.
I added a picture of the scoops and the balls they created to the item, see the alternate picture. The balls are made out of quite firm, straight from the refrigerator whipped white chocolate ganache. There are two scoops shown for each disher. On the left is a scoop leveled off with a knife, to the right is a slightly rounded "natural" scoop.
(from left to right, see picture) I bought the Norpro Stainless Steel Scoop, 25MM (1.5 Teaspoon) and am keeping that, as I really wanted a very small scoop (produced balls of 6-8 grams). The next smallest is also the most expensive, the smaller of the two Zeroll Universal Small EZ Disher Food/Ice Cream Scoop, Orange, followed by the Zeroll Universal Small EZ Disher Food/Ice Cream Scoop, Burgundy. They made nice scoops, but I returned the Zerolls as I found the plastic handles rather awkward to use with very stiff batter. These are followed by the Oxo Good Grips Small Cookie Scoop and the Adcraft (purchased at a local restaurant supply store), which I felt would be best for cookies or small meatballs, but if you like a larger truffle, they could be used for that too. The Oxo Good Grips Small Cookie Scoop has the most comfortable handle to use of all of them. It produced ganache balls of 14-19 grams.
This Norpro is really a pain to use in ice cream that is very solid. The problem is with the grip and spring mechanism. In order to get a good grip on the thing you have to apply force which in turn squeezes the handle and the risk of pinching a finger is a very real thing. Plus the descooper or whatever its called doesn't work so great if the handle has already been squeezed. You can sort of get a good grip if you grab it near the neck but then your palm may be pinched and your hand is practically in the substance. The old 1923 model has a perfect mechanism that is a spring mechanism attached to the outside of the scoop and pressed with a large thumb lever to release whatever is in the scoop and it has an easily gripped wooden handle. Guess they don't make them like they used to! This will work I suppose but I wouldn't let children use it for fear of injury.
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