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Update International (EP-12) 12 Oz Stainless Steel Frothing Pitcher
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- Stainless Steel Only
- Material:Stainless Steel; Weight: 199g;Size: 6.6x9.2x8cm/2.6x3.6x3.1inches; Capacity:350ml
- Help you turn your milk or cream into rich, delicious, fluffy foam
- Works perfect with hand held milk frother or milk steamer
- Dishwasher Safe
- Leegoal bulk packing with good quality warranty.
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This frothing pitcher is becoming more standard in places that don’t specialize solely in beans. Made of stainless steel material. This frothing pitcher is use for steam milk for cappuccino and lattes. The frothing pitcher is handy item for new varieties of coffee drinks. The frothing pitcher feature is a molded pouring spout and a sturdy handle. Comes with 12-ounce capacity. Measures 3-3/4-inch height.
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Summary: avoid it and buy one with prime
In the picture you can see this product on the right vs a real 12oz one on the left that was only $1 more
I was using the Delonghi recommended Durgol decalcifier and I put this pitcher to catch the water mixed with the decalcifier.
The pitcher became black on the inside as the "stainless" layer wore off. This tells me this pitcher is not true stainless but rather chrome steel. Durgol decalcifier will eat through chrome steel, but not through true stainless steel.
I have had to hand clean it multiple times, scrubbing to get black residue and stains off of it. There as some marks that still wont come off but are hard to notice and should not affect the function of the frothing pitcher. It also still has a strange smell even after multiple cleanings but it should go away (I hope) with a good cleaning in the dish washer.
Attached pictures show some of the remaining residue after my multiple scrubbing of the product as well as the hard to notice dent.
I would return/exchange it but that will be a last resort as it would impede my coffee consumption and the horror of that reality isn't worth the wait for a new product.
I hate when they do that.
If you read my similar review of the 20-ounce, it's bc I have both. I have both bc it's a good idea having different sizes.
Here's my best tip, though: If you're new or newish to the espresso world - start looking seriously at "E61" epresso machines. It's not a brand, it's a type of grouphead - and the sooner you up your game to one (no matter which manufacturer your buy it from), the sooner your world will change. Everything you think you know about espresso means nothing until you get to a certain level of machine (E61 or equal quality - or of course a manual one). It took me years to keep upping my game, trading up, blowing money on cheaper machines, etc., but it's true - you will cringe at how poor the coffee drinks are at Sbux once you get a decent machine and good grinder to go with it. It will pay for itself in one year if you have one a day, and will pay for itself in quality in one week.
Go for it! Oh, and get a 20 ounce frothing pot, too.