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Bialetti Tutto Crema Frother - 6 Cup, Black $41.70 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Missed out on a previous deal posted by @sebasg91 (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/652089). Finally got one after Amazon dropped their price twice.

Previous deal was $41.70 + delivery / free C+C from Myers, so this deal is slightly better?

Great reviews if you do a quick google.

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  • How long does it take to warm the milk on the stove with that? Currently using a glass one in microwave for 90sec, but interested for camping for example.

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      I'm still waiting for mine so I can't help with that, but according to this vlog I found (https://youtu.be/1vWObdP4M-E?t=131 - timestamped), it takes roughly the same time to warm the milk on low heat vs brew in a moka pot on medium heat. My guess is 5 min or less?

    • +2

      Mine takes about 2 minutes to get to 60c and I have my flame on low.

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    Is the sieve and sieve holder plastic?

    • +2

      That's a terrible comparison.

      • Absolutely. Only one style, actually, worked for me.

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          Haha, been using mine at work for years. Does the job (froths milk) $3.

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    My wife warms milk in the microwave then froths in this :)

    • That is what I do as well.

  • So this is a plunger, that is safe to put on a stove top? That's what it looks like. If this is the case I'm guessing you can use any plunger to froth milk (as long as you microwave the milk first)?

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      The plunger has two disks rather than one. This is shown on the pictures. I tried a single disk frother, before I bought this, and it didn’t work anywhere near as well.

  • To those who use a microwave, are you microwaving in something else then pouring in and frothing?

    I imagine this isn't microwave safe?

    Also: can you froth a single serve with this? Say a half cup (125mL) of milk?

    • I have a glass container that is a spare for a plunger that I use in the microwave. You probably want to use a cup of milk because of the two disks.