Magimix Le Glacier 1.1 Ltr Ice Cream Maker (White)

October 10, 2013 - Comment

Magimix Le Glacier can make up to two pints of ice cream and incorporates a range of features that makes making ice cream easy: Large feed tube for ease of adding ingredients, simple one touch button and a removable paddle and stainless steel bowl for easy cleaning. Product Features Dimensions: 1.1Litre capacity Bowl, Diameter 170

Magimix Le Glacier can make up to two pints of ice cream and incorporates a range of features that makes making ice cream easy: Large feed tube for ease of adding ingredients, simple one touch button and a removable paddle and stainless steel bowl for easy cleaning.

Product Features

  • Dimensions: 1.1Litre capacity Bowl, Diameter 170 mm, Height 230 mm.1 year guarantee.

Comments

Paul Rodgerson "polantic" says:

Easy to use, makes great ice cream Quite frankly I cannot believe some of reviews of this gadget – it’s only got 5 pieces including the bowl, how hard can it be to put it together!! Honestly, if you can’t tie your own shoelaces then don’t buy this, it’s not for you! For everyone else it’s dead easy to put together and use. Leave the bowl in the freezer, make your mixture, chill the mixture in the fridge, get the bowl out of the freezer when ready and off you go. 15-30mins later you will have gorgeous soft ice cream…

G. W. B. Bancroft says:

Magimix Le Glacier 1.1 Ltr ice cream maker Great little machine. Simplicity is the art of design and this is it. Every part disassembles and reassembles with the minimum of effort; just a gentle click. Cleaning is therefore a doddle as is using this machine. Just follow the instructions, i.e. pre-freeze, make a mix which takes little time and effort and pour into the machine whilst it is running. The tastiest, freshest ice cream is the result with no preservatives, colouring or flavouring. You can even use skimmed milk and that special…

bookfanatic "reading" says:

Great for its size Assembly is simplicity itself – pop the paddle into place in the top of the machine (the part containing the motor)and the whole assembly then locks into the base with a quarter turn. Turn on machine and pour in ingredients. What could be simpler? I have only 2 minor criticisms – the relatively small amount of ice-cream this size makes and having to wait several hours for the base to re-freeze. But hey, it’s relatively inexpensive and I’ve had mine for 10 years without it going wrong once,…

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