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V. Cummings "victorc1978": This ice cream scoop is designed just like the rest of the ones identical to this one that are on the market. The only thing that makes this different is the weight of the metal used to construct the scoop. The scoop is of good quality and offers a rubber handle which becomes very useful after you have made a couple scoops for parties, etc.. The price is reasonable, and as said before the quality is good.
Vyshtia: This is a good ice cream scoop if you're just looking for something at a reasonable price and is very comfortable. I think those are the two biggest advantages of this utensil. The bad thing is that it's not the most durable. For the most durable, you'll want to look for a one piece metal scoop. This one works best if you dip it in hot water first to heat it up and then scoop out your ice cream. This will make the ice cream a little more easy to handle as the tool can kind of melt it's way through. Dip it back in the hot water before each scoop. This tip can be applied to all ice cream scoopers.
B. E Jackson: You wanna know something about me? I shouldn't admit this but I'll go ahead and do it anyway since this is the internet and you know how people online can be. They can be brutally honest. I can be brutally honest too. When I'm alone and making ice cream cones for myself, I don't even use the lever that releases the scoop of ice cream. I just fling the scoop of ice cream into the cone by shaking it up and down and hope for the best that it lands inside the cone. Sometimes it lands properly, sometimes it doesn't. Depends on my accuracy on any given day. Now you know how sloppy and careless I can be but when I'm alone I don't really mind. My family wouldn't approve of this behavior understandably, that's why we're not going to tell them how I conduct myself when making food for myself. It's not like the flies on the wall or the ants patrolling the kitchen counters will tell me I'm doing it wrong. This isn't one of the better scoopers out there anyway- the ice cream often gets stuck so flinging is becoming more of a necessity regardless who I'm making the ice cream cone for. If the ice cream cone recipient walks into the kitchen and bulges their eyes at me in disbelief as I fling their ice cream carelessly into the cone, well don't judge me people. It's the scoopers fault the ice cream won't release, not mine! Don't blame the messenger as they say.
C. Douglass: I'm a long time fan of Oxo products, but this isn't one of my favorites. Based on an earlier review, I bought this to use with cookie dough as well as ice cream. The dough sticks so badly that I need to use a rubber scraper to get it out (doesn'5t matter if the dough is room temp or cold - I've tried it both ways). Furthermore, after about 6 months of use, the handle seems to not be fitting tightly with the scoop, and feels "wobbly". It's also not all that easy to get clean. The lever portion is hard to get under and closes so tightly that just tossing it into the dishwasher doesn't do the job. It's going to be replaced - just don't know if it'll be replaced with another type of Oxo scoop or another brand. I
Joe Zika "Khemprof": OXO Good Grips Lever Ice Cream ScoopThe other day I was searching for a different type of ice cream scoop. This scoop had to be multi-functional, not just for ice cream, but for other tasks in the kitchen. I wanted something that was ergonomically designed to fit the palm comfortably, pressure-absorbing, with a processed rubber handle that puts less tension on the hands, while still providing an outstanding grip. The handle had to be slip-proof, wet or dry, as well as dishwasher-safe.The scoop I was looking for had to be used for baking as well. Something that was the right size for cookies, meatballs, making melon balls. The size of the scoop needed to be around 2 Tablespoons. This size is perfect for scooping out my favorite meatball recipe, then I can roll it in the palms of my hands to finish off the circular ball shape. Now, all the meatballs are uniform in size.Around the holidays when cookie baking is more in vogue. I use this scoop for uniform sized cookie dough on the baking sheet. This is a great tool to use as the cookies tend to be more uniform in size. Biscuits come out more uniform as well.Now for the function that the scoop was intended, that being for ice cream serving. I found that that it works well to get this ice cream out of the container with ease. The thumb flip works well as the ice cream is easily place into a dish or cone. The softer the ice cream, sorbet, or frozen yogurt the flipper function becomes a problem and will pass right through the item you are trying to serve. There is a delicate balance (temperature of the items) that you have to get right for the scoop flipper mechanism to work at 100% efficiency. This may take some getting used to.Some of the product features are:* Soft, comfortable handle is nonslip, wet or dry* Yields perfect round scoops of ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet* Ice cream is easily released from scoop with the press of a lever* Large hanging hole in handle makes storage easy* Dishwasher-safe* Dimensions: 7.5-Inches x 2.06-Inches x 0.75-Inches* Stainless Steel* Made in ChinaOf course, there is another aspect that is high on my list. What good is a scoop if it can't be cleaned? This scoop is dishwasher safe and I placed it in my dishwasher and when the cycle was finished I checked the results. The scoop came clean. There were no left over food areas around the ejection flipper or anywhere around the serving head. The handle was very clean and the handle remained viable, nonslip and fit comfortable in your hand.As an all-around tool for the kitchen I would highly recommend this scoop. It is multi-functional for different aspects of cooking found in the kitchen. I have found many uses in my kitchen for this scoop as I'm sure will as well.An epicurean bon appétit