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Electric milk frother at Argos for £17.99

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Posted 25th Jan

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Just bought this to keep price of coffee treats down. It's great. Going to get one for work too. Plenty of stock in Birmingham
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Thanks, OP! Looks good for late night Hot Chocolate!
Will have to see what size my mugs are, as this machine is smaller than it looks...
  • Hot milk capacity 0.2 litres.
  • Frothing capacity 0.1 litres.
What a time to be alive
Great price OP. Hot! I wish the immersible induction milk frothers with a decent capacity weren't so expensive. £100 for a milk kettle seems ridiculously expensive for what they are.
cjdshaw25/01/2020 10:53

I prefer the style where the jug is removable so you can soak it or put it …I prefer the style where the jug is removable so you can soak it or put it in the dishwasher. Like this - only £15 on Amazonhttps://smile.amazon.co.uk/Hostess-HM350A-Frother-Litre-Silver/dp/B00Q39EA76or the dual one only £13.99https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Hostess-Twin-Frother-Black-Silver/dp/B00AV5NLXC


Not sure how good these are and how long they will last? They're are certainly no match for the Severin range, but they are really cheap though.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 25th Jan
TheHun625/01/2020 10:57

Not sure how good these are and how long they will last? They're are …Not sure how good these are and how long they will last? They're are certainly no match for the Severin range, but they are really cheap though.


Sure, but the original post wasn't for a Severin. If you're looking for cheap and cheerful, I'd argue these are a better deal than the Cookworks

I got the Hostess dual one for Christmas and it's survived so far (fingers crossed)
cjdshaw25/01/2020 11:01

Sure, but the original post wasn't for a Severin. If you're looking for …Sure, but the original post wasn't for a Severin. If you're looking for cheap and cheerful, I'd argue these are a better deal than the CookworksI got the Hostess dual one for Christmas and it's survived so far (fingers crossed)


Sounds like they're worth considering then. Which of the two Hostess items is the better one in your opinion?
The twin hostess are good value at £13.99 -amazon.co.uk/Hos…c=1 You can use them individually too.
Been using a single one over a year now , kids love hot chocolate made with real chocolate , milk shakes and iced coffee. Good for frothy coffees too and saves messing up the steam wand on the coffee machine. Easy to clean too as the jugs are totally separate and stainless.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 25th Jan
TheHun625/01/2020 11:05

Sounds like they're worth considering then. Which of the two Hostess items …Sounds like they're worth considering then. Which of the two Hostess items is the better one in your opinion?


Not tried the single one. It's arguably prettier, but it looks like the base of the jug doesn't have a non-stick coating, which means if someone accidentally burns milk in there, you might have a harder time cleaning it.

I'm not sure what the point of the dual version is unless you're running a cafe and frothing milk non-stop, but I saw it as cheaper and you get a spare jug, so that was the obvious choice for me unless you're very short of space

I often make hot chocolate in mine and drink it straight from the jug. Try that with the Argos one!
Edited by: "cjdshaw" 25th Jan
cjdshaw25/01/2020 11:14

Not tried the single one. It's arguably prettier, but it looks like the …Not tried the single one. It's arguably prettier, but it looks like the base of the jug doesn't have a non-stick coating, which means if someone accidentally burns milk in there, you might have a harder time cleaning it.I'm not sure what the point of the dual version is unless you're running a cafe and frothing milk non-stop, but I saw it as cheaper and you get a spare jug, so that was the obvious choice for me unless you're very short of spaceI often make hot chocolate in mine and drink it straight from the jug. Try that with the Argos one!


That's really helpful, especially about the lack of non-stick coating on the base. A very important consideration.
You don't need non stick on a stainless steel jug as you could even use a scourer on it .Would much rather have a removable jug as an all in one type is going to be difficult to keep clean without the danger of getting the electrics wet. Never burnt milk with the hostess as it turns it's self off when the milk is at the right temperature. The duel ones would be handy when you want to make different drinks at the same time and as I said they have individual controls. Paid £19.99 over a year ago for the single version , stainless steel jug not glass and I think I've had my moneys worth already. Would definitely buy again , probably the double next time.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 25th Jan
joxeruk200025/01/2020 10:39

What a time to be alive


Indeed. Partnered with a £30 pod coffee machine you can get fabulously tasty lattes without the faff and without breaking the bank. Those long life milk pods taste yuk!
yorkie1225/01/2020 11:23

You don't need non stick on a stainless steel jug as you could even use a …You don't need non stick on a stainless steel jug as you could even use a scourer on it .Would much rather have a removable jug as an all in one type is going to be difficult to keep clean without the danger of getting the electrics wet. Never burnt milk with the hostess as it turns it's self off when the milk is at the right temperature. The duel ones would be handy when you want to make different drinks at the same time and as I said they have individual controls. Paid £19.99 over a year ago for the single version , stainless steel jug not glass and I think I've had my moneys worth already. Would definitely buy again , probably the double next time.


Depends if it's looked after. I've used shared kitchens where people don't bother cleaning the frother, they just top up the milk and turn it on. Then you quickly accumulate a layer of scorched milk on the bottom, and because of the join between steel and glass, and the spindle shaft in the centre, getting a good clean with a scourer is tough. Non-stick for me every time
What I do is, I shake the milk bottle vigorously and then pour the resultant liquid it into the coffee.
Morrisons were doing an induction one for only £17.99 last time I looked. The hub was not removable or immersible but it's non sink and with no spindle in the way for easy cleaning.
Roger_Irrelevant25/01/2020 12:36

What I do is, I shake the milk bottle vigorously and then pour the …What I do is, I shake the milk bottle vigorously and then pour the resultant liquid it into the coffee.


Is that before or after heating it?
Roger_Irrelevant25/01/2020 12:36

What I do is, I shake the milk bottle vigorously and then pour the …What I do is, I shake the milk bottle vigorously and then pour the resultant liquid it into the coffee.



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