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Sage Smart Scoop

The Smart Scoop

The creamier the mix, the thicker it churns. So if you want to make something more delicate, like a sorbet or yoghurt, an ice cream maker needs constant supervision. The Smart Scoop is the very first ice cream maker that automatically senses how hard the mixture is depending on your setting selection that keeps it at the right consistency for up to three hours. The Smart Scoop has 12 different hardness settings, so you can choose from sorbet, frozen yoghurt, gelato and ice-cream. You can either use pre-set automatic programmes, or set it to manual for ultimate control. It even plays music when the ice cream is ready, just like an old ice cream van!

The Smart Scoop is available from http://www.sageappliances.co.uk/ but can also be found at these retailers: John Lewis, House of Fraser, Lakeland, Debenhams, and Amazon.co.uk, all of which have stores in South West and Central London.

The SLOAN! Review

9.2

Appearance

8.8/10

Quality

9.2/10

User Experience

9.6/10

Value For Money

9.0/10

The SLOAN! Factor

9.3/10

  • 12 hardness settings
  • Does not need constant supervision
  • easy and quick to use

  • The product is expensive

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