ZOKU Quick Pop Maker

March 10, 2014 - Comment

Our buyers travel thousands of miles in search of innovative ideas that our customers will love, and it was at a trade show in Chicago that Matthew, our Buying Director, came across this super-quick lolly maker that’s caused such a buzz back here in Windermere. As a father himself, he knew something that could freeze

Our buyers travel thousands of miles in search of innovative ideas that our customers will love, and it was at a trade show in Chicago that Matthew, our Buying Director, came across this super-quick lolly maker that’s caused such a buzz back here in Windermere. As a father himself, he knew something that could freeze lollies in less than 10 minutes would be brilliant on hot days when the kids are calling for a cooling treat.

Store the compact base in your freezer and you’ll be ready to make frozen pops in minutes, rather than hours. Requiring no electricity, it ensures rapid freezing from the second you fill the three moulds; add one of the reusable lolly sticks and wait a mere 7-9 minutes for your treat to freeze. You can make up to nine ice pops before the base needs to be frozen again, so no-one has to go without.

The world is your oyster when it comes to flavours -diluted squash, freshly-squeezed fruit juices, healthy strawberry yoghurt, ice cream centres with a fruity ice shell… you’ll have loads of fun experimenting. Bring on the summer!

Includes 6 lolly sticks, 6 drip guards, a large orange lolly removal tool and instructions with recipe suggestions.

Base must be frozen for a minimum of 10 hours.

Base with three 65ml moulds 21 x 11.5 x 11cm H. (8¼” x 4½” x 4¼”).

Product Features

  • Produces ice lollies in 7 minutes
  • Doesnt require electricity

Comments

jason says:

fantastic buy, quality output 0

L. Hennessy says:

The kids love it, but is it worth the cost? Using this device couldn’t really be easier – it uses the same principle as the plastic moulds that you pour liquid into, only this device turns that on it’s head a little by sitting empty in the freezer until it’s ready to be taken out and used, rather than the traditional approach of sitting empty in the cupboard until it’s ready to be put into the freezer and used.It freezes liquid in 7 minutes (although thick juices do take a little bit longer in my experience), and it works…

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