Model # PBWMIMH612

Internet #204499376

White Mountain 6 Qt. Manual Ice Cream Maker
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White Mountain

6 Qt. Manual Ice Cream Maker

  • Create creamy ice cream with this 6 qt Manual Ice Cream Maker
  • Has a patented dasher system with triple-motion action
  • Designed to last for years and years of enjoyment
$166.01 /each

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The White Mountain 6 Qt. Hand-Cranked Ice Cream Maker makes superior homemade ice cream in a beautiful New England White Pine Wood bucket. The heavy-duty three-gear drive hand cranked system works hard but is easy enough to let the whole family join in. Built to last from a brand that’s been around since 1853, this ice cream maker features a stainless steel canister and cast-iron, triple-action dasher to make 6 Qt. of ice cream in 30-40 minutes. Recipes for making all the classic flavors, plus tips on making your own original creations, are all included. Backed by a 5-year limited warranty, the White Mountain Ice Cream Maker will make many fun family memories.

  • Hand-cranked ice cream maker makes up to 6 Qt. of homemade ice cream
  • Triple motion action dasher system
  • Heavy duty three-gear drive hand crank system
  • Stainless steel canister and lid
  • Hand-crafted, New England white pine bucket is bound by strong galvanized hoops for durability
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Is this made in America

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6 Qt. Manual Ice Cream Maker is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth the effort I had forgotten how good homemade ice cream is. I also forgot the effort it takes to make it at home, but it is well-worth it. The ice cream maker is easy to use, and one only needs to remember that it takes a bit of energy to make it work, but the end product is great. I'm not sure how long this ice cream maker will hold up, as it does not appear to be made of high-grade material, and only time will tell. However, it worked just fine the first and second time. Price would be the important aspect as to buying one like this. I am sure that one could find more expensive ice cream makers, and they may not be the value of this one.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great craftsmanship! This ice cream maker is very special. I have owned other ice cream makers in the past, but this is the first manual one I have owned. It is everything I imagined and more. When you think of making ice cream at home, you want to do it the way they used to do it in the "old days". This White Mountain ice cream maker will not disappoint. I was very impressed with the quality of materials and the craftsmanship. They spent a lot attention focusing on the details. Was very easy to use and had great "tips and hints" included and a recipe book.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Back to the old days of manual and simple products This is like stepping back in time before electricity. All manual controls. Components are all high quality and thick components - nothing going to bend here. It goes together very simply - another good indication of design and components. Doing it manually does require putting in some time at the crank - you will probably need 2 or 3 'volunteers' to do the crank work. Product performed without a hitch. Great for summer activities. There ya go!
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Phenomenal ice cream. Equipment malfunction The first overall appearance out of the box was a WOW factor. It looks beautiful and in itself a nice decor figure. After our first use, it will be more of just a decor item in the home, rather than a functional ice cream maker. The theory of the design is great, however, 30 minutes of fighting the hand crank was very tough. The hand crank assembly did not want to stay in the holding clips on each side, and the thicker the ice cream became, the more the unit struggled to stay in one piece. The pulverized metal shavings did not in any way get into the ice cream (see photos), but was a testimonial in itself that something was tearing itself apart inside the hand crank assembly. However, the ice creamf was the best I have EVER had in my life. We followed the included recipe for basic vanilla ice cream, and then dressed it up with toppings. Wiords cannot describe the "out of this world" taste. Had the hand crank functioned properly, I'd have given this a perfect rating. I may see if the electric motor crank option is adaptable and see if that is something I may consider. The ice cream maker itself looks like something you'd want in any kitchen anywhere. The problems however, overshadowed the beauty of it when not being used.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product Awesome product
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fun, Just Like the One Grandad Had We had the families here today and the kids wanted to make icecream, so we followed the simple recipe for vanilla icecream that came in a booklet packed with this ice cream freezer. It turned out great and we all ate too much...consuming nearly a pint each. This one is pretty much identical to the one my grandparents had back in the 1960s and I bet that one dated to before the war, or maybe even to the 19th century . It does have one flaw, same as the old ones did. The mixer head does not securely lock down onto the bucket, so if the younger kids are cranking, they tend to lift up on the crank handle and that opens the lid to the canister and potentially allows brine to enter into the mix. The problem becomes increasingly worrisome as the icecream gets to the final stages and you have to really put your muscles into cranking. The traditional fix was that the youngest kid had to sit on the gearhead while the older kids cranked. My fix is more secure, I zipped out a couple of little maple wedges on the band saw to wedge into the slot in the bucket that accepts the gear head. Anyway, we managed to avoid catastrophe, but really, White Mountain ought to have added some sort of clamps to the bucket so that you could securely lock the gear head to the bucket. Still, this is a well made appliance, made almost entirely of steel, cast iron, zinc and real wood. The wooden bucket is well coopered and looks cool. I couldn't resist taking the gear head apart to see how it all worked, and basically it is as stout and sturdy as a steam locomotive. I might just coat the inside of the bucket with some epoxy to protect it from immersion in brine...but then again, I may not bother unless the bucket starts to get rickety. The wooden dasher blades may need to be replaced some day, but that's long in the future, and well within the capability of the average handy homeowner.
Date published: 2017-01-23
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