De Buyer Ice Cream Scoop

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12,00€ 15,00€
Ahorras 3,00€ (20%)

Delivery conditions for Spain and Portugal:
- Delivery in 1 or 2 working days
- 4.5€ delivery costs (free delivery from €35)

Delivery conditions for UE countries:
- Delivery in 4 or 5 working days
- 12€ delivery costs

Special spoon for serving ice cream thanks to its thermo-conductive operation. The handle transmits body heat and warms the spoon, being able to pick up 4.5 cm diameter scoops of ice cream with ease and much less effort.

  • Made of cast aluminum
  • 17.5cm length
  • Ergonomic handle with thermal conductive system
  • Not dishwasher safe

Why we like the De Buyer ice cream scoop

  1. You will be able to pick up scoops of ice cream and serve more easily thanks to its thermo-conductive system
  2. It is made of quality cast aluminum, offering great strength and robustness.

History of De Buyer

Founded in 1830 in Le Val d'Ajol (France), De Buyer is a family business that manufactures kitchenware for professionals and haute cuisine restaurants around the world. With more than 2000 products in its current catalogueue, it exports to 95 countries. Well-known in French gastronomic circles, De Buyer collaborates with such prestigious cooking schools as l'cole Nationale de la Pâtisserie, l'École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse and l'École Ferrandi.

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Customer Reviews

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Anita
Perfecta

No pesa, es robusta, mango ancho para agarre perfecto, recoge el helado como un profesional. En casa están encantados. Un 10

L
Lluis A.S.
Muy buenos

Muy buenos y cómodos

C
Consuelo R.G.
Cuchara para helado

Super cómoda de usar y muy duradera

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M G.C.
Cuchara para helado

Yo la utilizo para cortar el melon i sandia y me va perfecta!!!

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Oscar G.
Cuchara dé helados

La verdad es que no volvería a comprarla se empezó a desconchar el segundo día