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White Mountain 6-qt Electric Ice Cream Freezer
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White Mountain 6-qt Electric Ice Cream Freezer

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Homemade ice cream is the dessert that's as much fun to make as it is to eat. Pour in your favorite recipe and in about 30 minutes you'll have a delicious, all-natural dessert! White Mountain freezers freeze faster and last longer than other brands.
  • Twin precision steel gears with 12,000 RPM universal motor
  • Makes up to 6 qt of ice cream in as little as 30 minutes
  • New England White Pine bucket (stained an attractive dark espresso color)
  • Corrosion-resistant cast iron dasher
  • Hygienic stainless steel canister
  • 5'10"L cord
  • Assembled in the USA from imported and domestic parts
  • Holds 6 qt, 21"H x 12"OD, 21 lb
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WHITE MOUNTAIN 6-QT ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZER DESCRIPTION
Cast iron gear drive-Exclusive three-gear "Triple Action" drive thoroughly mixes the cream, ensuring a smooth texture and fast, even freezing. (Electric models use twin precision steel gears.)

Wooden Tub-New England pine slats (1/2" thick) are bound with tight galvanized hoops and electroplated fittings to ensure lasting stability.

Stainless Steel Can-Warranted for five full years! Tall and narrow design brings more of the cream into contact with cold can for faster freezing. Cast aluminum lid.

Dasher and Blades-Solid cast iron dasher won't give out as cream hardens. Like all the fixtures, it's nickel-plated for corrosion resistance. Beech blades self-adjust to scrape inside of cream can thoroughly and will not split, chip or warp in the dishwasher.


Customer Reviews of White Mountain 6-qt Electric Ice Cream Freezer
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(1 reviews)
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- 9/28/2012
said: jollypo
"This makes very good ice-cream. Great power. But the bucket has a tendency to leak. Ours rusted and loosened where the motor casing meets the two brackets that attach it to the bucket. I have heard that lately they have corrected these two problems. If you bucket does leak, you can soak it in water outside for a few house before you make ice-cream. Then the wood swells, and it will not leak."
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