Thermo-ring Heated Ice Cream Scoop
Product DescriptionScoopTHAT! II Ice Cream Scoop features a redesigned scoop head for bigger, rounder scoops in even the toughest ice cream. Whether you're serving up root beer floats, apple pie à la mode or just a good, ol' fashioned bowl of everyone's favorite dessert, you won't find a better scoop anywhere else. The revolutionary Scoop THAT! II utilizes heat transfer principles to draw heat from a non-electric and self-replenishing biodegradable reservoir. THAT! perfect scoop of ice cream has never been so easy to make! With the contemporary redesigned bowl there is more surface area around the rim making the 2nd generation scoop 23% faster than the original plus giving you a more perfect, better and larger scoop of ice cream. With the special coating in the bowl the ice cream just drops right out of the scoop. At THAT! we believe that through good engineering, even the simplest of things can be made better. Our goal, our mission, our obsession is to create new tools to make life in the kitchen just a little bit easier. How do we do it? We think up new solutions to old problems, and then we throw away the ones that don't simplify. That's why so many of our products are made without batteries, wires, or moving parts: whether it's cutting-edge materials or a fresh design concept, if an innovation doesn't simplify, it just won't last. And if it doesn't last, it's not worth buying.
- Scoop II makes serving ice cream effortless and requires NO batteries or electricity
- World's first thermo-ring heated scooping edges; award winning design
- Special coating in the scooping bowl keeps the ice cream from melting and when turned over ice cream just falls out of the scoop
- Biodegradable liquid transfers heat from the handle
- Fish bone fins in see-through handle is a functional work of art
Top ReviewsUnsafe, do not purchase
by J.A.M. (1 out of 5 stars)
January 26, 2017
If I could give this zero stars I would. Not only does it not make scooping ice cream easier. It is also unsafe, scooped vanilla ice cream and the black on scooper came off and was in my ice cream. Definitely black paint or whatever chemical that is used can not be good for to digest. Unsafe junk.
by Teresa Stump (1 out of 5 stars)
October 3, 2018
I udually don't post reviews but I had to because this did not work at all the way it was supposed to. Didn't even cut thru the ice cream, didn't warm up or anything. Horrible purchase!!
by MTam (4 out of 5 stars)
December 18, 2018
I've had this scooper for more than a month now and I make my own ice cream. Works well for soft ice cream. I do like how it looks and the nicely shaped and size portion of the scooped ice cream. For hard ice cream you still have to pull or push hard, maybe a little less than other ice scream scoops. Cons are that the hand is not ergonomic and one hard ice cream, if you wanted to twist the scoop, the handle is free to spin so that no pressure is applied on the twist. That means you can only scoop in a straight direction. I wish they corrected that. Also where the handle is free to twist, ice cream can find its way into the gap. Good thing it's easy to wash however.
Not impressed at all
by Amazon Customer (1 out of 5 stars)
July 3, 2019
It didnt live up to the hype, from my experience, this $20. Icecream scooper is no different than any other one. Only difference is the edge of the bowl is very sharp. I thought from the hype it would cut thru icecream easy as butter. Well, it will as long as it is melted.
Doesn't warm up on its own
by Brandy (3 out of 5 stars)
January 9, 2019
So I wasnt sure how to use this at first. It was hard to use the first time I used it. After reading some comments, I decided to run it under warm/hot water and then scoop and it made a huge difference. The scoops pop out easily and easy to clean. I will say, my husband put it overnight in a bowl that had water in it and the color on the metal part of the scoop is now gone. I haven't used it sense that happened and dont know of ot will make a difference.
Surprisingly fun to use
by Lea (5 out of 5 stars)
September 2, 2017
Surprisingly fun to use. It actually does what it says. I got it as a joke for my ice cream loving boyfriend, but we actually use it all the time now. Our poor old ice cream scooper will never see us again :(
The First World Problem of Hard Ice Cream Ends
by Paul Bunch (5 out of 5 stars)
September 8, 2019
I hate hard ice cream, I mean ruin my day take it out on people hate it.
Sometimes I eat Halo ice cream and that is super hard and just makes me scream internally and feel as if I treat myself to something healthy an indifferent Universe suddenly decides to notice me and punish me with mild inconvenience.
Not anymore! Tale that Fate! This cuts into hard ice cream easily and is a joy to use.
Does not get warm but is sharp.
by Barbara M (3 out of 5 stars)
August 28, 2017
I don't think it has any warming feature but it is fairly sharp. I tried to return it but when I checked that it "didn't work" they sent me another one. Of course I meant it didn't do what they claimed it would do but they don't let you explain. I called but it got so confusing I just decided to keep it.
Scoops the ice cream!
by Stephanie (5 out of 5 stars)
November 29, 2018
This scooper works pretty good, it'll be interesting to see over time how it holds up. I usually just rinse it under a little warm water before scooping the ice cream, and it does it good. I think it helps how sharp and thin it is. DO NOT PUT IT IN THE DISHWASHER!! It says it on the box but one time I forgot and now it's discolored. Oh well.
by J.Chan (5 out of 5 stars)
June 17, 2019
This was a gift and I like it so much I bought one for my daughter's family. The handle is very comfortable for people like me who have arthritis. The ice cream in my freezer gets super hard so I have to scoop it slowly, allowing the heat around the scoop to work. I love it!
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