VAVA Milk Frother, Electric Liquid Heater with Hot or Cold Milk £29.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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VAVA Milk Frother, Electric Liquid Heater with Hot or Cold Milk £29.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 19th Apr
  • Hot, Warm, or Cold Milk: Refresh yourself with your choice of cold, warm, or hot milk so you can make cappuccinos, macchiato, lattes, flat whites, and more
  • Note: Please use milk under 115ml/3.9oz for frothing, milk capacity under 240ml/8.1oz for heating. Please use whole milk for frothing.
  • Extra Whisks for More Froth: Comes with an additional set of whisks for frothy-goodness to delight the entire family
  • Silent, Secure, and Smart Design: Quiet operation when frothing; Strix temperature controls meet international safety standards; angled ergonomic spout minimizes spillages
  • Safe and Stick-Free Covering: Clean-ups are quick with a safe, non-stick coating that leaves no trace elements in your milk
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SirNat7 m ago

Blimey. This must be something for somebody who has run out of things to …Blimey. This must be something for somebody who has run out of things to spend their money on! Get a grip people. Its a product that you never knew you needed, because you don't.



I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones often have frothy milk for a treat at night. Mine's literally always in use or in the dishwasher.

So far from being the kind of thing for people who've run out of things to spend their money on, it strikes me that your comment is the kind of thing for people who've run out of useful things to say.

For everyone else, I would strongly recommend looking for an induction style frother, because they're so much easier to clean - the cup can literally can go in the dishwasher.
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good found, must have more coffee.
So what's the consequence of using Arla Best of Both skimmed milk instead of whole milk for the frothing process?
TheHun68 m ago

So what's the consequence of using Arla Best of Both skimmed milk instead …So what's the consequence of using Arla Best of Both skimmed milk instead of whole milk for the frothing process?


Nothing really, just won’t be as thick.
Aldi is selling a milk frother from this Sunday for £19.99 with a three year warranty.
Edited by: "terriclarkfan" 20th Apr
terriclarkfan58 m ago

Aldi is selling a milk frother from this Sunday for £19.99 with a three …Aldi is selling a milk frother from this Sunday for £19.99 with a three year warranty.


That sounds or8
terriclarkfan7 h, 14 m ago

Aldi is selling a milk frother from this Sunday for £19.99 with a three …Aldi is selling a milk frother from this Sunday for £19.99 with a three year warranty.


Will check it out, thanks.
Seems a faff compared to putting a cup of milk in the microwave.
Anyone used one and can say whether it's worth it?
ourdave35 m ago

Seems a faff compared to putting a cup of milk in the microwave.Anyone …Seems a faff compared to putting a cup of milk in the microwave.Anyone used one and can say whether it's worth it?


You'll never get a nice froth or any for that matter in a microwave. Most frothers tho' are only good for 1 mug or two cups of drink as you must never overfill them. I have a Lavazza milk frother & it is great. Lots of froth a top the milk. Use mine for hot chocolate tho'.
As for faff it is no more of a deal of putting milk in a mug & then in a microwave, setting the time them pressing the ON button.
------------- Milk in frother, close lid, press power button. Few minutes later, done!
Kulaak12 m ago

You'll never get a nice froth or any for that matter in a microwave. Most …You'll never get a nice froth or any for that matter in a microwave. Most frothers tho' are only good for 1 mug or two cups of drink as you must never overfill them. I have a Lavazza milk frother & it is great. Lots of froth a top the milk. Use mine for hot chocolate tho'.As for faff it is no more of a deal of putting milk in a mug & then in a microwave, setting the time them pressing the ON button.------------- Milk in frother, close lid, press power button. Few minutes later, done!


My cafetiere does a pretty good froth too for 2 mugs and is easier to wash than this
This is good, but watch you don’t get water in the underneath bit!
Blimey. This must be something for somebody who has run out of things to spend their money on! Get a grip people. Its a product that you never knew you needed, because you don't.
SirNat7 m ago

Blimey. This must be something for somebody who has run out of things to …Blimey. This must be something for somebody who has run out of things to spend their money on! Get a grip people. Its a product that you never knew you needed, because you don't.



I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones often have frothy milk for a treat at night. Mine's literally always in use or in the dishwasher.

So far from being the kind of thing for people who've run out of things to spend their money on, it strikes me that your comment is the kind of thing for people who've run out of useful things to say.

For everyone else, I would strongly recommend looking for an induction style frother, because they're so much easier to clean - the cup can literally can go in the dishwasher.
wild_quinine32 m ago

I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones …I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones often have frothy milk for a treat at night. Mine's literally always in use or in the dishwasher. So far from being the kind of thing for people who've run out of things to spend their money on, it strikes me that your comment is the kind of thing for people who've run out of useful things to say.For everyone else, I would strongly recommend looking for an induction style frother, because they're so much easier to clean - the cup can literally can go in the dishwasher.


We do the same.
wild_quinine1 h, 55 m ago

I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones …I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones often have frothy milk for a treat at night. Mine's literally always in use or in the dishwasher. So far from being the kind of thing for people who've run out of things to spend their money on, it strikes me that your comment is the kind of thing for people who've run out of useful things to say.For everyone else, I would strongly recommend looking for an induction style frother, because they're so much easier to clean - the cup can literally can go in the dishwasher.


Can you get one that works on the gas? Or just electric? Never really thought about this but I do like lattes
Actually, fully skimmed froths up so much better than full. I'm not sure why they say full only.

[quote=TheHun6]So what's the consequence of using Arla Best of Both skimmed milk instead of whole milk for the frothing process?[/quote]
No, the induction ones are self contained with a drop in cup. Not ones that go on a hob
[quote=Anon32]
Can you get one that works on the gas? Or just electric? Never really thought about this but I do like lattes[/quote]
~This is what I'm talking about when I talk about 'induction': amazon.co.uk/Sev…9SA

The heat transfer is from the base unit, and the spinning frother part just slots onto a sealed nub - and pops off again just as easily for cleaning. All the working parts are in the base, so there's nothing to stop the cup going in the dishwasher - like any other cup - and you also don't have to clean around moving parts that are fixed in place, which would be a faff.

The one I linked above is very expensive, but it's a good make. I got a refurb of the previous model for about 40 quid, and I have zero regrets.
Edited by: "wild_quinine" 22nd Apr
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