Nostalgia MLKS100BL Two-Speed Milkshake Maker

December 29, 2016 - Comment

The Nostalgia MLKS100BL Two-Speed Milkshake Maker brings the old time ice cream parlor right into the kitchen. It features a versatile two-speed mixer and 100-watt motor that allows for customizable milkshake thickness. The unit includes a durable stainless steel mixing cup and rod, while the weighted base adds stability. Product Features Powerful 100-watt motor Versatile

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The Nostalgia MLKS100BL Two-Speed Milkshake Maker brings the old time ice cream parlor right into the kitchen. It features a versatile two-speed mixer and 100-watt motor that allows for customizable milkshake thickness. The unit includes a durable stainless steel mixing cup and rod, while the weighted base adds stability.

Product Features

  • Powerful 100-watt motor
  • Versatile two-speed mixer
  • Durable stainless steel mixing cup & mixing rod
  • Chrome-plated motor
  • Weighted base for stability

Comments

Karen says:

Fun and Easy to Use Great for All Ages This milkshake maker is light, convenient and very easy to use . What I really like about this milk shake maker is that there are no sharp parts of blades. This makes it safe and practical for younger children as well as adults. 

Karen in Mommyland says:

Lackluster performance I’m very unimpressed with the quality and performance of this milkshake maker. When I was in high school I worked at an ice cream shop so I have experience using real milk shake machines. The first thing I noticed about this one is the tip of the blending bar was plastic and not stainless steel with moving flaps. The mechanism for attaching the metal cup for mixing the shake is a bit on the cumbersome side. I also find the construction of the metal cup to be of subpar quality. The way it…

Kristine Lofgren says:

Thin, watery shakes 🙁 Any old blender can make a thin, watery shake, but I was hoping that the Nostalgia MLKS two-speed milk shaker would make me those thick shakes that you have to eat with a spoon that I remember from my youth (ok, and last week). Unfortunately, it lacks the power to whip up a proper shake, instead it churns out a liquidy mess that resembles milk more than milk shake. The piece at the end of the wand is a single, plastic piece – professional milkshake makers have a metal piece that usually…

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