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Lavazza MilkUp Milk Frother $49 + Shipping ($0 C&C) @ Harvey Norman

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The Lavazza MilkUp Milk Frother normally $79. Comes to $46.55 with Officeworks price beat.

Key Features:
The Lavazza MilkUp Milk Frother can be used with various cafe style coffees, including latte, flat white, cappuccino, and even hot chocolate.

For enhanced flexibility, the MilkUp Milk Frother can create either hot or cold milk froth.

The Lavazza frother is dishwasher-safe, making it easy to clean.

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  • +3

    These are good.

    • Great. Picked one up today. Look forward to giving it a go tomorrow :)

      • +3

        Good buy. Love the stainless steel, just needs a rinse immediately after and its good. Tried a nonstick one and the milk kept getting stuck in the corners.

    • Can you froth milk for 2 cups at the same time? Thanks

  • +2

    Agree, these are really good. Probably the best for a stand-alone frother

  • Better than nespresso?

  • +1

    Better than Aldi one for $29?

    • Would love to know also as about to get one from Aldi!

      • +3

        Aldi non stick coating usually comes off before a year… which kinda worries me personally considering the health impact

        • Watch Dark Waters and you'll be glad of your decision https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Waters_(2019_film)#Plot

    • +1

      From my experience, the Aldi one is a pain to clean per use. This one, just rise under cold water - easy as. (If i was using the Aldi one wrong, sorry but just going from what i know). I vote, buy this.

    • +1

      Aldi one is really bad unfortunately. Overflows everywhere (had to take wire off of the spinny head), doesn't get very hot, difficult to pour without it dribbling, and despite the non-stick it requires a little muscles to clean.

      Keen on getting this as an upgrade

  • +4

    Had mine 2 + years no faults and gets used multiple times per day.

    • Does the milk burn/stick?

      • +1

        Yup. Rinse after every use

        • Pour milk and slam that thing into the washing sink ASAP sticks in seconds if you don't.

  • -2

    If you don't like HN (recent jobkeeper scandal), you can get a price match at Domayne or Joyce Mayne.

    • +12

      They’re all owned by Gerry FYI..

      Domayne and Joyce Mayne are subsidiaries of Harvey Norman holdings.

      • -3

        Thanks for the clarification - it's a shame as joyce mayne was a true aussie icon. We should really support the true blue ones left like the dick smiths.

        • +11

          Not a chance… Dick Smith is owned by Kogan

        • Lol

    • +4

      Or officeworks!

    • Or aliexpress. Support cheap labour

    • OMG who wants to feed greedy Gerry?

  • My Breville 3 cup died this week. Did an awesome job but hard sinking another $150 into one.

    Edit-
    "Maximum capacity for milk frothing 120 ml"
    Maybe I'll need to.

    • It doesnt do much milk, 120ml for frothing and 180ml I believe for non frothing (theres still a bit so its more like a latte)

      • I switched to the Breville as my 1 cup frother would take too long to do a few coffees. Probably stick with it.

    • How long did it last?
      I have the cheaper version LMF200PSS2JAN1 for 99,
      But the based plastics burned on 2 different units

      • +1

        Exactly 4yrs.
        Paid $101 in Nov 17 from Myer with an eBay voucher

      • My exact experience with the base plastic melting on that model, I thought we had a dud. Got probably two coffees out of it before it went back to the store…
        The much bigger Breville is the way to go if you can stomach the cost

  • +1

    Got one! Thanks!

  • +5
    • +2

      Was mentioned in the description. I'd say go for it. Love using mine for hot chocolate, just dump 2 smallish teaspoons into it whilst its moving through the milk and itll get incorporated nicely.

      • i do coffee in mine too..

        • +1

          Haha same. t I do it as a coffee + water, rinse, and then milk separately.

    • +1

      Yeap, I got mine from Officeworks.

      • +1

        Yep. The Officeworks way is great providing there are stocks and the hot choco mentioned above is also great for me since I don't drink coffee.

        https://youtu.be/0fWn9vR5nGY

  • +2

    Got one of these a couple months back. Excellent, use it multiple times a day.

  • +2

    Love mine as well.

    Used to buy Aldi and Target ones that failed quick but my one of these has almost been going two years.

  • +5

    Pricebeat from Officeworks $46.55 it cost me. Nice one.

  • +2

    Thanks OP. Got the last one at Officeworks Chatswood with pricebeat. Looking forward to nice smooth milk for my coffee and hot chocolate for the kids.

  • +2

    Got these a year ago to replace my dead Aldi one.. Love it.

  • +2

    Thanks OP. Picked up one from Officeworks Kotara. 4 in stock as of 9:25am for anyone local.

  • +1

    How does this compare to the aeroccino in terms of milk capacity and easiness to clean?

  • If you like your coffee size like Grande+ you will need a bigger product than this, or gotta do 3+ cycles.

  • Anyone find an alternative to Officeworks and HN? I've called 4 stores, one says they have no stock when https://ow.c0r3.xyz/ shows they do, the other has closed the store owing to storm damage, other two wont pickup

    • Good guys.

      • Just checked them "Due to unforeseen demand, this product will not be available until October." Will call anyway

        • +2

          when i got them to price match it, they checked it many times, as they mentioned price was below cost price. So no wonder they pulled the stock to avoid price matches.

          • +1

            @alastor: Officeworks national sales line worked a treat, got two

  • +1

    Thanks OP what an impressive unit, Great for making hot chocolate also
    It’s easy to clean, wash using hot water and bingo

    Cheers

    • +1

      im equally as impressed, the heating element is pinpoint rather than an entire plate so no milk burns and sticks to the bottom, just run hot water right after the milk is poured to clean and it all washes easily away.

    • +1

      Agree. Great little unit and stainless steel jug and not non stick crap which scratches over time and will burn milk.

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