Buffalo Ice Cream Maker
Large capacity machine with built in compressor and LED temperature display. No need to pre- freeze bowls. Perfect for making ice cream, sorbet or frozen yogurt.
- Non-stick removable bowl
- Spatula included
- Elegant stainless steel design
- LED temperature display
- Capacity 1.5 litre.
- Dimensions 245(h) x 402(w) x 281(d)mm.
- Output 1.5litre/20mins.
- Power Type 220-240V/50Hz. 150W. 0.7A.
- Temperature Range -18°C to -35°C
- Warranty 1 year
- Weight 12.2kg
- Plug fitted Yes
|21-Oct-2014||would have liked some basic starter recipe and a little guidance|
product bought as interim until further ice cream machine is purchased.
very good for its size
|18-Sep-2014||Excellent value machine produces beautiful smooth icecream|
|12-Sep-2014||Excellent buy. I will soon need a bigger freezer.|
|11-Sep-2014||Does exactly what it is meant to. Very poor manual - a weeny bit of guidance would have been nice!|
|30-Aug-2014||This is a brilliant item. The wife and kids love it. Home made icecream is much nicer than shop brought stuff. This has truly been a worthwhile investment.|
|22-Aug-2014||Brilliant machine, cleverly designed and as good looking as an ice cream maker can ever be!|
|22-Aug-2014||An instruction menu and/or a basic recipe would be useful - particularly in terms of the maximum quantities and the churning times. Otherwise, an excellent product.|
|18-Aug-2014||Only used once but do far very good|
|18-Aug-2014||Don't know yet|
|18-Aug-2014||Very easy to use and clean. The ice cream was processed quickly and had a smooth creamy texture.|
|14-Aug-2014||Buffalo ice cream maker works faultlessly,|
|12-Aug-2014||It works well, I'm having fun experimenting with various recipes - almost as good as the shop bought gelati.|
|11-Aug-2014||I have only tried it twice but so far so good.|
|07-Aug-2014||Machine works very well. Manual could do with information on how to know when the ice cream is done!|
|07-Aug-2014||ist one sent back as to noisey|
|16-Jul-2014||Seems to be pretty good, I have tried several recipes so far and they have turned out fine, having a compressor in the unit is most helpful - though I wish it was a bit more 'responsive', as it seems to take about 20 minutes to get to 0C. After that though it functions properly and has gone down to (over 45 minutes) -29C.|
|15-Jul-2014||This looks like a commercial ice-cream maker but was a fraction of the price. Very pleased with the results!|