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Ice Cream Scoop by Rosle

$26.95
$34.32 21% Off

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Product Information:

    • Overall: 8.1" L
    • Free Shipping on orders over $49.00
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We want you to love it. If you don't, you may return your purchase within 30 days of delivery. All you need to do is visit our Self-Service Return Center for instructions. Return credits are issued within 24 hours once the item is received and inspected. Please note that shipping charges are non-refundable. The cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. 30-Day Return Policy

Reviews

Average Overall Rating (based on 8 reviews)

  4.8
  5.0 Stars
love it from Lewiston, ME on 07/27/2015 – Verified Buyer
This ice cream scoop is reviewed by "Cooks Illustrated" as their favorite. It is well made and scoops better than any of my others. Cons: expensive if you don't have a discount.....
  5.0 Stars
A Necessity! from Leesville, LA on 06/22/2014 – Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
So tired of fighting with ice cream scooping, my spoons bending & cheap ice cream scoops that peel away or tarnish! This is an amazing tool! Nice material (pretty too) & very easy to scoop the ice cream! Not a bad price!
  4.0 Stars
Love it from Houston, TX on 10/12/2014 – Verified Buyer
I love the ice cream scoop. Good quality and a great design.
  5.0 Stars
Beautiful tool from Dallas, TX on 11/25/2012 – Verified Buyer
I own many Rosle products and they are not only functional but beautiful enough to keep on display. This scoop has a small bowl which is what I like about it and the ice cream slides out nicely
  5.0 Stars
Best I've ever owned! from Rochester, NY on 08/29/2010 – Verified Buyer
The thin edge makes the scoop capable of sliding through the frozen mass without "strong arming" it. The frozen ice cream then slides off the scoop and into a cone or dish without assistance (from another spoon or your finger).

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