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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.

Helpful Hint: White Mountain freezer tubs are made the old-fashioned way. Old-fashioned wood tubs work better than modern plastic tubs because wood is a superior insulator. However, when stored in a dry location, the tub may dry out. This causes the wood boards (staves) to shrink. Storing the barrel overnight in a wet location like the basement or filling it with water usually causes the wood boards to swell and seal once again.


Customer Reviews of White Mountain 6-qt Electric Ice Cream Freezer
Product Rating: 3.8 out of 5.0(5 reviews)
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- 6/9/2015
said: Robert Hans
"I am very very happy with my White Mountain 6 Qt. Electric ice cream freezer. And even more happy with the service from Lehman's store. After having a problem with the original motor they shipped me a Brand New one and I received it SUPER FAST. I would like to thank them and highly recommend them for all your needs. Very Good People."
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- 5/20/2014
said: Galen Lehman, proprietor
"I grew up using a White Mountain freezer. Our family made ice cream in it regularly for 10 years until we lost it in a move. When I got married, my parents gave me a White Mountain electric as a wedding gift. My wife and I have been using it ever since(30+ years)."
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- 2/17/2015
said: Rhonda
"Oh I so want to own a new one of these! I was raised with a White Mountain crank maker. I remember when my parents upgraded to electric. The crank gave much firmer ice cream by far. The crank one finally died. My husband and I got my parents and used it. It finally died. If I had the money I would have one of each. I want my kids to have the memories of sitting in the freezer and getting old enough to get to crank it. Only to graduate to the relief of the electric freezer. Maybe someday! Thanks for sweet memories!!"
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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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- 5/15/2014
said: Anonymous User
"Motor and gears scream like a banshee. You have to hear to believe. Sent the first one back. Second one is the same. Must be used outside or in closed room with now one around. I'm sure that it could damage hearing in a short time. Bucket leaks and this prevents the super cold brine solution from surrounding the ice cream container (and thus freeze the ice cream). I've owned several ice cream freezers and never had to pre-soak the bucket to make them work."
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