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Whip-It! Brand Specialist Plus 1-Liter, 100% Stainless Steel
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- Includes: 2 decorator tips, a tip brush, stainless steel charger holder & recipe book
- Produced from the highest grade stainless steel
- Commercial dishwasher safe
- NSF certified for heavy professional use
- Lifetime Warranty
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You'll have fluffy whipped cream for up to two weeks (refrigerated) without the use of preservatives or stabilizers. You can make upscale whipped cream, desserts, and sauces faster and easier than ever before, all at the touch of a button. Simply add fresh whipping cream, powdered sugar to taste, insert chargers, shake the dispenser for thirty seconds and you'll have delicious, fresh whipped cream. Perfect for cold and hot applications.
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This size takes two of the whip-it cartridges to charge.
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The nozzles just look really cheap. Functionally, they've been fine so far, but the plastic they're cast from looks like crap you get at the dollar store. They visibly aren't straight and the mold lines are very apparent. Not the end of the world, but compared to the bold, clean lines of the siphon itself, it's a bit of a let-down.
The mechanism atop the siphon is all stainless, but here too there are signs of quick-and-dirty casting and machining. There are even a few unmilled, sharp edges to watch out for.
The most annoying thing is the way you screw on the nozzles. I would expect them to get screwed down finger tight, and you're good to go. But if you actually screw them down all the way, it begins to depress the trigger mechanism, and leaks gas. So you have to leave them sort of half screwed down, and not very tight. It still forms a seal, but it feels like you're working around a broken design.
That's all the gripes - but the thing works, once you figure out its foibles, and it is all stainless with silicone seals. So I would say it's still a reasonably good value, just a lot of small disappointments out of the box.