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zeroll 1020 ice cream scoop

zeroll 1020 ice cream scoop

Design Sherman L. Kelly, 1935
Cast aluminum alloy
Made in USA by Zeroll Co.

Part of the permanent design collection of The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) the Zeroll was included in the 'Humble Masterpieces' exhibition in 2004 of items we use every day, but chances are we do not pay them much attention. While modest in size and price, these humble objects are indispensable masterpieces of design, deserving of our admiration.

Zeroll is the scoop of choice for homes and ice cream parlors since 1935. This handy tool carves out plump round scoops. Zeroll scoops create a bigger looking portion by eliminating compression, which gives you up to 20% more scoops of ice cream per gallon. Its unique fluid filled handle draws on the natural warmth of your hand to ease molding the frozen treats.

In 1932 Sherman Kelly while vacationing in West Palm Beach, observed a young woman dipping ice cream. Noticing the blisters on her hand from the constant use of the scoop in the hard ice cream, he thought to himself, there must be a better way to serve ice cream!

- Aluminum Alloy
- Heat-conductive liquid in the handle takes advantage of the natural warmth of the hand
- Facilitates smooth scooping with easy release
- No Springs to Replace, One-Piece Design
- Color Coded End Cap
- Do not expose to temperatures above 140°F
- Do not place in dishwasher - hand wash only
- Size 20 - 2.0oz.
- Gold Colored End Cap

7" L | 1.75" w

$37.77 + free shipping
(in-stock items usually ship in 1-2 business days)
average rating: 5


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