Panasonic BH-941P Ice cream maker - Half Price £17.47 - Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Very good reviews on this item and just in time for Summer.

Only down side is Batt power but read the reviews and see why???

Mine will be here by Friday. Cant Wait!!

Technical Details
Up to 1.5 Pint Capacity
Battery Operated - Cordless
No Need to Pre-Freeze Container
High Performance Panasonic Battery Included
Colour Recipe Booklet Included
Battery Life - Up to 25 Uses (when making 1 pint of ice cream)

..................."I had only ever seen ice-cream makers which were huge, worktop-based machines. This one is a major contrast: it looks like my smallest milk pan (without the handle!). The motor is housed in a separate unit which clips onto the top of the lid. The paddle clips onto the bottom of the lid. That's it. No casings, no facings, no fuss. It has the simplest possible controls: just one on/off button. Couldn't be easier. It slips straight into your freezer when using it, and for storage all the bits fit neatly inside it in the kitchen cupboard. "
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#1
ahh wish i had a bigger freezer! Great price though!
#2
Holmer0
ahh wish i had a bigger freezer! Great price though!


No need the amount you will get from this you just eat it when it done.

Edit = im dumb
#3
Actually, I figured that this would take up about the same amount of space as a large tub of Ice Cream, which I hopefully won't have to buy now.
#4
u must be psychic! i just brought this half hour ago! lol
#5
Great product! Heat added. Roll on summer... :roll:
#6
ganzee
Great product! Heat added.


Won't that just melt it?
#7
HankMcSpank
Won't that just melt it?


lol :w00t:
#8
Note it takes two CR123A batteries which are fairly pricey bought as non-rechargeable or as rechargeable. And if you have a charger for rechargeable batteries you may need a different one to accomodate CR123A batteries.
#9
Just ordered. Thanks

Hope its as good as the Panasonic breadmaker I bought:)
#10
waterstar;1787521
Note it takes two CR123A batteries which are fairly pricey bought as non-rechargeable or as rechargeable. And if you have a charger for rechargeable batteries you may need a different one to accomodate CR123A batteries.

[COLOR=#0000ff]Not if you visit fleabay :)[/COLOR]
#11
I bought one of these for £25 from Amazon (just over 30 days ago - so no refund for me :x ) but I have used it a great deal since and recommend it. It really is smaller than you may imagine and although I have a mini-bar type fridge it fits in fine. In regard to the batteries, I bought a UniRoss Sprint CR-123 Battery Charger that comes with one battery and an additional Uniross RB104592 CR-123 650mAh Rechargeable Battery Li-Ion (both from amazon). However, even though I have used it several times a week since buying it I've not had to replace the batteries that came with it, with the rechargeable ones yet. Once you learn how to make a basic ice-cream base you can add almost anything (within reason) to make all sorts of weird and wonderful flavours - Ben and Jerry will have nothing on you in no time at all. Just bought some 75% Plantation chocolate from Lidl for some nice chocolate ice cream tonight :-D . My first post so I hope it helps anyone interested.
#12
Great tip thanks. My son can't have sugar so now we can make our own ice cream so he doesn't get left out in summer
#13
How much does it cost per tub making it yourself ingredients wise?
#14
Excellent Buy!

I bought one for my friend and her family last Christmas. The kids love it.

Special offer at the time - I only paid £11.99 from Panasonic E Shop (Discount for employees).
#15
Great price - going to order HOT from me :thumbsup: :)
1 Like #17

Dupe on item but not on price, that post was £19.99, this is £17.47 :p
#18
Makes no difference.
#19
gary_rip;1789099
Makes no difference.

it does.
If I posted a TV at £700 and a month later it is down to £650 from the same supplier, we would want to know.
Otherwise, everything would only get posted once and if it falls in price...you'd just end up calling it dupe.
#20
Im sorry but thats how this site works - reported to mods.
1 Like #21
gary_rip;1789148
Im sorry but thats how this site works - reported to mods.

reported to mods for being needlessly pedantic. sorry thats how this site works
#22
Why do you need it to be battery operated? Seems a bit daft to me if its most likely going to be used in the kitchen.
#23
voted hot and ordered. Thanks
#24
I think it is because you put the ingredients in, put on the lid and put the whole thing in the freezer and the battery powered top stirs the mix as needed.

Other option is to use a pre-frozen bowl or a pricier unit that freezes the mix on the counter top as it gets stirred. So battery powered seems to be a good compromise.

chrishampson
Why do you need it to be battery operated? Seems a bit daft to me if its most likely going to be used in the kitchen.
#25
had to have one heat added thanks
(might be a dupe,but i didnt see it the first time and this is cheaper so saved me a few quid)
#26
When are they going to bring out a cheap ice cream machine that makes mister whippy style ice cream.
2 Likes #27
Is gary_rip for real? Sad. I think I'd rather pay £17 than £19. Hence that's a deal.
#28
gary_rip
Im sorry but thats how this site works - reported to mods.


I mailled Ed once regarding a post he had made to let him know the price had dropped so he could update his post, and was advised in this situation you should make a new post :whistling:


In regards to the ice cream maker, it's a definate order for me. Heat :thumbsup:
#29
ordered :)
heat and rep left
#30
OneGuysLife;1789417
I mailled Ed once regarding a post he had made to let him know the price had dropped so he could update his post, and was advised in this situation you should make a new post :whistling:


If thats the case then no worries :-) however, the op didn't even expire the old one, or link to it so people could see anything discussed on it last time...

EDIT: Of which i have now expired...
#31
Yep I ordered too and surely a new post is warranted as if I saw the header at £19.99 I wouldn't have gone for it but heck at THIS price I just couldn't resist! :-D

Now, can anyone tell me what incredients I need so I can make a batch when the unit arrives tomorrow!

I guess I need cream...single or double? How much of it? One egg? Castor sugar etc??

Thanks! :thumbsup:
#32
Now, can anyone tell me what incredients I need so I can make a batch when the unit arrives tomorrow!

I guess I need cream...single or double? How much of it? One egg? Castor sugar etc??

Thanks! :thumbsup:[/QUOTE]

You will need milk, double cream, sugar and eggs. It depends on the quantity you are making.
Enjoy your home made ice cream.:)
#33
do you need to heat up the cream and milk or you can just pour everything it this machine and leave it in the freezer? How much time do you spend before putting it in the freezer?

tailo
Now, can anyone tell me what incredients I need so I can make a batch when the unit arrives tomorrow!

I guess I need cream...single or double? How much of it? One egg? Castor sugar etc??

Thanks! :thumbsup:


You will need milk, double cream, sugar and eggs. It depends on the quantity you are making.
Enjoy your home made ice cream.:)[/QUOTE]
#34
aerotec;1789497

Now, can anyone tell me what incredients I need so I can make a batch when the unit arrives tomorrow!
I guess I need cream...single or double? How much of it? One egg? Castor sugar etc??
Thanks! :thumbsup:

It depends on the recipe, the really good stuff involves making an egg custard as the base for the ice cream, this takes eggs, milk, sugar and vanilla essence (or pods to be really posh). Other easier methods use various combinations of milk and cream (milk on its own is too thin, double cream too thick, whipping cream is often used).
If you want a really easy life then you can use pre-made custard, any fruit juice you like to make a sorbet or even Angel Delight.

I can't reccomend the book Ices: The Definitive Guide enough if you really plan on getting in to making ice cream. The Ben and Jerry's book is pretty good too if you want a simpler method to experiment with (it uses a base of cream, milk and uncooked eggs which you add to).
#35
hot......... :thumbsup:
#36
Thanks very much! Ordered one just now. Does it come with receipes, does anyone know?
HEAT added!
#37
Nonononononononono....I'm trying to lose weight.

Oh OK then. Heat added.
#38
Yes, it comes with a simple recipe book.
#39
waterstar
Note it takes two CR123A batteries which are fairly pricey bought as non-rechargeable or as rechargeable. And if you have a charger for rechargeable batteries you may need a different one to accomodate CR123A batteries.


http://www.all-battery.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1877
#40


gary_rip
Makes no difference.


gary_rip
Im sorry but thats how this site works - reported to mods.


Dope.

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