Sage Smart Scoop
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Also known as: Sage by Heston
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 maker that automatically senses how hard the mixture is depending on your setting selection then keeps it at the right consistency for up to 3 hours.
There are 12 hardness settings to choose from so you can choose from sorbet, frozen yogurt, gelato and ice cream. Either use the pre-set automatic programs, or set it to manual for ultimate control.
It even plays music when it’s ready, just like the old ice cream van!
from House of Fraser to Tesco,
no one is selling it, we're sorry to say,
not 420 retailers nor anyone on eBay,
but please don't worry even if it hurts,
you can look for alternatives or