1) Fill the frother to the line (approximately 8-10 ounces) with COLD Milk (Non Fat or Regular).
2) Place the jug onto a flat surface.
3) Place the lid with the whip onto the jug. Close the pouring outlet.
4) Beat the milk by moving the plunging frother up and down.
8 Oz. Capacity.
Dimensions (Overall): 7.5 inches (H) x 5 inches (W) x 4 inches (D)
Weight: .75 pounds
Capacity (Volume): 8 ounces
Includes: Glass Carafe
Features: Glass Carafe
Cup Capacity: 1
Wattage Output: 0 watts
Material: Stainless Steel, Plastic, Glass
Power Source: Manual
Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 072-08-1509
The BODUM range line was complemented with these fantastic milk frothers. The silk plastic lid has a deep rim to prevent foam from escaping through the spout. The plunger handle has a comfortable grip and is pleasant and smooth to touch. In less than 30 seconds you can easily whip your preheated milk into the airy foam, only a BODUM milk frother can give you. After you have served your guests, you can put every part of the milk frother into the dishwasher.
Works great for me, quick and easy. Even better than an electric frother. If it's not working well you need to keep in mind the more fat in the milk the less it will foam. So if you're using whole milk or even 2% you're not going to get good results. That's not the fault of the frother.
It gets the job done, but you definitely have to work for it! I had to go through some trial and error with my milk and microwave to get it to the right temp without boiling, but it was pretty smooth sailing after that. A battery powered frother is for sure more convenient, but this was a much cheaper option for how much I'd be using it.
I warmed my milk first then frothed it. I've only used it once so far and maybe I didn't froth long enough but it didn't produce as much as I thought it would but the froth stayed on my coffee the whole time and didn't dissolve. I think this is a good device for the price
I don't know how this could be possible, but maybe I'm not doing it right. Ten minutes (!) of frothing and didn't even get enough for one cup. It is also more bubbly than frothy, like when your kids blows bubbles in their milk through their straw. That's cheaper, maybe I'll try that instead. Or just buy something that works.
Incredibly disappointed. I chose the Bodum Latteo Milk Frother because I have a Bodum tea kettle and a Bodum french press. The name generally stands for quality. Not this product. This morning, while I was using it for the third time, the handle of the whip broke off in my hand. It's not very sturdy. I wasn't manhandling it or using it incorrectly, but the handle knob is now broken and completely irreparable.