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Nostalgia CFF986 4-Tier 2-Pound Stainless Steel Chocolate Fondue Fountain
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- 2-pound capacity. Tower Material- Plastic
- Elegant stainless steel heated bowl keeps chocolate flowing
- Auger-style fountain
- Separate motor and heat switches
- Four easy-to-assemble tiers
- Great for use with a variety of chocolates, liqueurs, cheeses and barbecue sauces!
- BPA free
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Stainless Steel Base
Elegant stainless steel base and bowl add the perfect touch of class and elegance to any event.
Auger Style Fountain
Auger style fountain with 4 easy-to-assemble, heat resistant, cascading tiers. The heated base keeps the chocolate at the perfect temperature.
The Options are Endless
The fountain creates a cascade of sweetness that will add mouthwatering fun to any gathering. Use a variety of chocolates, liqueurs, cheeses, and BBQ sauces to serve friends and family delicious snacks, appetizers and desserts.
This head turner is a 4-tier fountain with stainless steel base that will impress guests with elegance and style at any special event. This chocolate fountain creates a cascade of sweetness that will add mouth-watering fun to any occasion. Simply pour the recommended amount of melted white or dark chocolate into the base and switch on the motor. Watch as the chocolate is carried to the top of the tower where it flows down each tier in a mesmerizing display. Provide guests with fresh strawberries, marshmallows, pretzels, cookies, and other goodies for dipping. Cheese and barbeque sauces may also be used. Easily disassembles for quick cleanup. The fountain is a beautiful addition to any dining table or casual gatherings with friends and family.
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1. There is a tiny rubber disc thing that needs to be in the center of the bowl. It creates a seal. Make sure it is securely in place. (And don't lose it when you're cleaning up after!) The machine doesn't work if that's not in place.
2. Warm up the unit for about 10 minutes before adding chocolate.
3. Make sure the chocolate is nice and thin and drippy by adding oil as needed.
4. If it's only pouring down one side, two of the feet are adjustable. Keep turning the adjustable feet until it flows evenly.
5. Yep, it's NOISY. Only turn it on at the end of the party!
6. It's messy, but when you get the hang of clean-up it's not a big deal. I use a plastic table cover underneath the unit. When we're finished with it, I turn it off and unplug it, let it cool BRIEFLY (don't let the chocolate harden!), then use damp paper towels to wipe most of the chocolate off the parts while it's still assembled. It takes a lot of paper towels, and I just pile them right onto the plastic table cover, which can be drawn up at the corners and used as a self-contained trash bag. Pour out the chocolate from the basin into a disposable container or bag, which you can save or toss with the rest. (The chocolate will harden.) I then soak a paper towel in VERY hot water and drop it right into the basin for a minute before wiping that clean as well. Remember, while cleaning, don't lose that little rubber disc in the center!
7. Fill the sink with HOT soapy water and after you wipe down the parts, dunk them in and let them soak for a few minutes. Then rinse them really well and wipe dry.
This is definitely a cheap and noisy unit, best for the last 15-20 minutes of a kids' party. It is not a wedding-grade fancy Viennese-table accessory for an elegant affair, but it is definitely the hit of a tween birthday!
This is NOT a high dollar piece of equipment. The base is not a solid stainless steel base, but rather a very thin sheeting of some type wrapped around the plastic base. But come on, this thing was only $50. For the money it worked perfectly and it will likely provide good food entertainment at many other gatherings to come. I did not find clean up to be a big deal. Some folks made it seem like near impossible. I simply rinsed the pieces with hot water to get the bulk of the chocolate off and then washed them by hand. The pieces all fit together quickly and nicely as you see in the video.
I just can't see how anyone could give this a 1 star. If you get a lemon (and they certainly exist), then get a replacement. Someone mentioned that this product was a little loud. You can certainly hear it run (see video) but it just becomes part of the room noise when you get people in the room. When there are just two people standing there watching it run, you think, "wow, that is a little loud" but in any function where this would be used there will likely be quite a few people and they will be talking. They won't even notice the noise.
If you are in doubt, let me help you. Get one, you will be pleased. At least I was!
-Make sure the table is level or won't work properly.
-Soak removable parts after use until can properly wash or wash all parts very soon after use. If you let the chocolate dry and harden it is more difficult to scrub off.
-The next time we plan to melt the wafers in a large glass Pyrex measuring bowl with pour spout instead of melting in the bag. We had challenges pouring the nicely melted chocolate into the fountain from the bag.