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Wilton Ice Cream Scoop - Stainless steel

4.2 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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Product Description

This ice cream scoop has an elongated scoop shape to cut through hard, frozen ice creamEasy to scoop and cleanColor may be diffrent fom picture aboveSold individually This ice cream scoop has an elongated scoop shape to cut through hard, frozen ice cream. The heavy cast handle has an ergonomic, soft grip and lets you apply the necessary pressure with less effort. The sharp edges of this ice cream scoop prevent slipping, making perfectly formed scoops possible. Dimensions: 8"L Ã- 2¾"W Care: Dishwasher safe NOTE: Color not as shown in photo

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.1 x 3.9 x 0.9 inches
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Wilton
ASIN B000EJZIAE
Item model number 0-52212
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4.2 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #46,269 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#113 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Specialty Tools & Gadgets > Ice-Cream Scoops
Date first available at Amazon.com July 19, 2004

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By PeterP on September 21, 2011
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When I read the review about the poor guy who got the fake scoop, I figured he was just an unlucky dude. I was really impressed with the looks of the one I received. The problem is that the scoop is not stainless and built in China. It may work real well but I am not going to buy a lie. Take the "Stainless Steel" off the description! I bought this one because I already broke my other China scoop in half. I sent it back immediately when I determined it was a great looking fake. At least Amazon made the return very easy and covered the shipping costs.
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the scoops I received were Copco chrome versions of this scoop - not the stainless wilton version that is shown in the picture.
You cannot was them in the dishwasher without dimpling and ruining the finish.

very disappointed!!!!
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I used to think that my Pampered Chef scoop was "the bomb" b/c of the liquid inside that warms up and helps the scoop cut into the ice cream. This doesn't have that & doesn't need it! The design is perfect. The corners of the scoop dig into the ice cream effortlessly. You will love it!
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I am one of those people that likes to ride the bleeding edge of technology. I pursue things that excel at their intended purpose and if they also look great, that is a big bonus.

I have owned several brands of ice cream scoops over the years: from the old fashion hand scoop with the wiper action arm, to the latest KitchenAid. I thought that I had found my answer in the KitchenAid because it looked nice and worked fairly well. However, even with hand washing, the KitchenAid started peeling after a year or so of infrequent use. Back to the drawing board. I searched and searched until I found the Wilton/Copco. I waited with baited breath for it to arrive .. would it be a success or more folly? When I opened the package, I was somewhat impressed. The scoop has a nice heft to it without being overly heavy or seeming unbalanced. The little thumb stop feels great and is nicely placed. I like the rubberized back where your fingers will wrap when you hold the scoop. The scoop part looks unusual and I wondered how it would work.

I took a carton of ice cream from the kitchen freezer and the scoop sliced through it like a knife through microwaved butter. I was impressed. My first scoop was very large and I thought "wow, am I scooping ice cream for a giant?! However, 3 to 4 scoops later I had the hang of it and I could easily make small or large scoops. By now, I was very impressed with the ice cream scoop. Then it was time for a real test. I went to the storage room and pulled a carton of ice cream from the chest freezer that sits at -4 F. That was hard ice cream. Let me tell you, it made absolutely no difference. The scoop went through the hard ice cream just as easily as it did the first ice cream.
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I thought this was a great scooper at first, then the chrome finish started to come off revealing what looks like copper underneath. Since I don't like "shiny chrome finish" in my ice cream I don't think I'll be using this anymore. It's a shame too... I thought this thing was going to last forever but it wasn't long till I noticed shiny pieces of the finish in the ice cream.

See the photo I uploaded of the finish coming off. Also of note: the scoop I received said "COPCO" on it.
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I love this scoop! this thing cuts its way through any type of ice cream without fail with ease. The only downfall is that you need to wash it immediately as its just a chrome covered aluminum scoop that may wear. It may not be made of stainless materials, but I would rather take a few seconds to take care of this, than break my wrist trying to use a cheap steal one. I have owned a lot of scoops, metal ones, ones with antifreeze in the handle, electric ones, spades...etc, but this one does the job the best.
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This is a really nice ice cream scoop and it is one of my most satisfied purchases. I bought it at Bed Bath and Beyond at full price (~$9-10) about 6 months ago and do not regret one bit. In a way, this scoop is so great because others are so bad. I owned many ice cream scoops and they never last long. The surface metal always peels off. Later, I realize that most ice cream scoops are made with chrome coating, so they can have a very shiny coating. However, the chrome surface eventually pitted and peeled off from the core metal. I am finally tired of this and decided to buy a scoop made out of a single piece metal, preferably stainless steel for its durability and nonreactive (inert) property.

This is the scoop. It is made out of a single piece stainless steel, nothing to pit or to peel. The underneath of the handle is made out of rubber, making it more comfortable to use, especially for the rare hard-ice cream occasions. The edge of this scoop head is made thin so that it can cut into ice cream easily. This is especially so for the two sides of the scoop head, where the edge is shaped into curved points. These features allows this scoop effectively dig into hard ice cream. Although the edge of the scoop is thin, it is nowhere near a knife edge. The scoop is perfectly safe to handle.

I do agree with a criticism from another reviewer. Due to the unique wider scoop head, the scoop has problem getting the last bit of ice cream at the corner of a ice cream container. This is not a problem for me. Afterall, you can scoop out these "last bit" ice cream easily with typical dinning spoons. This is unquestionably the best ice cream scoop I have used.
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