Get a silky texture for your fresh milk, marinades or salad dressings
Elegant stainless steel wand for easy cleaning
Handheld milk frother with 2AA batteries
Dimensions (Overall): 8.9 Inches (H) x 1.7 Inches (W) x 1.3 Inches (D)
Weight: .12 Pounds
Capacity (Volume): 0 ounces
Includes: Battery-Powered Frother
Cup Capacity: 1
Wattage Output: 10 watts
Material: Stainless Steel, Plastic
Power Source: Battery-Powered
Battery: 2 AA Alkaline, Required, Not Included
Care & Cleaning: Spot or Wipe Clean
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): 072-08-1352
Don't let plain hot chocolate bring you down anymore. Create the perfect foamy texture with the Bodum Schiuma Electric Milk Frother for your hot or cold milk. It is lightweight, compact, and easy-to-use, making it a useful kitchen tool for everyone. Use it as a milk frother or to whip up dressings for your salad. Just dip the frother in the desired liquid and watch the foam rise up according to how light or thick you want it to be.
strong frothing power. I use it for matcha only which does not really need that much power, but I feel it will do a good job frothing milk.
lame manual. Took me sometime to figure out the correct way to install batteries and how to operate.
coarse back cover - almost hurt my fingers.
I bought this thing for dalgona coffee despite Bad reviews. I love it! I can tell it’s going to be something I use all the time. Its easy to fit inside a glass and for 7$ I think it does it’s job well. I use it on a single serving of instant coffee, water and sugar and it had no problems so maybe just don’t dunk it in anything too thick but I def recommend giving it a shot!:) I’m excited to try it on matcha and milk too!!
The Bodum frother is not worth the $7.99 price. It spins quite nicely - in the air. Put it in liquid and it slows down significantly and, in the case of egg yolk, stops. it's not strong enough to mix anything that has a bit of thickness.
The mixed reviews made me purchase this to give it a try. Not worth it in my opinion and I think it’s better to just plunge on the more expensive options. The battery is hard to keep in place and the switch didn’t stay on for me, making it hard to use long enough to actually froth the milk. Ended up just not working after 3 uses. Motor feels weak.
This frother works and it's cheap. My only complaint is the button. It's kinda hard to press and there's a sweet spot that will start it. You have to press really hard and hold it as well. Still tryna get used to finding the sweet spot but products shouldn't really have that issue in general. You should be able to press a button without struggle. Once it starts to work, it froths well. It's cheap; it gets the job done. That's if you can get the button to start it.