Wilton Ice Cream Scoop - Stainless steel
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You cannot was them in the dishwasher without dimpling and ruining the finish.
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.Read more ›
See the photo I uploaded of the finish coming off. Also of note: the scoop I received said "COPCO" on it.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be careful of similar COPCO scoop that other reviewers reported receiving in place of the Wilton. The COPCO is NOT stainless, and the finish will corrode after a few years of use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazoneer
This thing works great! It slides right through hard ice cream, particularly if you hold it under hot water for about ten seconds.Published 7 months ago by Rebecca Henderson
This is a great scoop -- great design. Way better than traditional round scoopsPublished 7 months ago by Bob Nesson
Absolutely the best ice cream scoop I have ever owned, works sideways and straight on, even on the hardest frozen ice cream !!!Published 7 months ago by Dale Finkel
I will run hot water on it before scooping ice cream. like it!
The design is excellent but the manufacturing process allows separation of the surface metal after some 8 years of use. Read morePublished 19 months ago by John Bell
Great scoop. Can dig in to the hardest ice cream with out the scoop bending. Great product.Published 23 months ago by valerie hull
No good for scooping into cones. It it dishwasher safe; sort of.Published on July 18, 2014 by Robert Amundson