Score By Feature Based on 18 ratings
|Easy to use||4.5|
|Easy to clean||4.5|
|Value for money||4.4|
Otis Classic Whipped Cream Dispenser Product Description
With this device, you get six interchangeable silicone bands to keep your hands secure. You’ll also find three decorating nozzles and four injector nozzles for making fancy whipped cream designs.
- PROFESSIONAL GRADE - Created for the food service market, but perfect for the home.
- Built with 18-8 stainless steel 304 parts, 304/18-8 stainless steel 18/8 stainless steel 8/8 stainless steel 214 parts.
- GREAT GIFT FOR THE BAKER IN YOUR LIFE - Give someone you know who loves holiday desserts the perfect holiday gift for the baker in your life!
- The silicone bands come in 6 colors that can be exchanged. The grip, cold protection, and style are three reasons to choose this product.
- Make creamy mousses, whip cream or even make cocktails with your whipper.
Questions & Answers
Selected User Reviews For Otis Classic Whipped Cream Dispenser
Having to be just another five is not what I want to be I gave it a five-star rating (5/5)
There may be a few more, but it will be The journey began with a can of Reddi-wip for $4 Wet wipe. Hood strawberries are only available for a week every year, and we eagerly anticipate the one week each year. As a certified chef, my mother makes one of the best strawberry shortcakes you've ever had. She only uses real whipped cream made It is my complaint that whipped cream does not hold up well unless it has been stabilized (yuck) with gelatin or another protein. (I didn't want my mother to know) I bought a can of Reddi-wipes and a bottle of juice We bought Wip for $4 and it topped 4 shortcakes before we ran out, leaving me with residual liquid. When I decided to do my research on whipped cream dispensers, this is when I became interested. My decision to purchase the Otis Classic whipped cream dispenser was based on extensive web research. Among the things I wanted did not have to be made of stainless steel All chemicals, metals, and aluminum that come in contact with our food must be disposed of. To get a durable, effective product that won't leak NO2, I looked for a quality product. If I store the cream charged and ready to go in the refrigerator, I will do the same as one might do with, say, Reddi-wip Wet wipe. As an added benefit, I wanted something that could be purchased at a low cost and was made with the standard 8gm NO2. This is what is used for an 8gm NO2 charger, so I chose the pint size. Two chargers or a special charger will be required for a quart. According to several online reviews, Otis Classic was rated either number 1 or two as the best creamer. Many of the top sites in the top 5 shifted the number one to a different brand, and I believe this was due to the site promoting their particular brand. However, Otis Classic kept showing consistently in the top 5 on nearly all of the After a lengthy search, I decided on either Otis Classic v2 or ISI. It came with additional tips and you had to purchase them separately for ISI when you bought the Otis Classic v2. It uses 18/10 stainless steel instead of 18/8 stainless steel, making ISI a better option than The dishwasher can be used to wash 18/10. The charge holder for the Otis classic is made from stainless steel (the ISI has a plastic charge holder). It is a little difficult to twist on, so I lubricated the threads with Vaseline per recommendation and it is working fine. Neither the whip nor your hands come into contact with the Vaseline you never notice it of any way. In order to remove it after charging, you need to remove the external part. The Otis Classic ended up being the best choice for me. For me, price was not an issue, I wanted the best quality for performance and longevity. The ISI program is about $20 more than the HP program, but its negative reviews are higher. We put our Otis dispenser to the test the moment we received it. The whipped cream was great and even my chef mom was impressed with the product. On everything, including the scales, there is an abundance of whipped cream After we had used up the battery on our first can, there was some cream left in the can. There was a concern the gas may have leaked so I cleaned up the dispenser, added the cream, weighed the whole dispenser (1289 grams), added the gas (8 grams), and re-assembled it. (1297 gm) dipped in water. The following three days, I weighed it continuously for 3 days and it never dropped a While we were using it, I weighed the dispenser both before and right afterward. As far as I can tell, the cream or gas dispenser never lost its own gas or cream. The only thing I found out was that the creamer needs to be shaken upside down one or two times before dispensed, and you shouldn't turn it upright until finished. As a result, the cream can stick to the bottom of the container, which makes it more preferable to dispensing the cream at the nozzle end in order to keep the can from releasing any additional gas. As well, little ones will often spray the spray sideways instead of upside down, which also helps to get rid of the gas. Due to the fact that no gas is being evacuated, I have found that entire contents last. My chargers are the ISI 8gm ones that I got off of Amazon for $1. 97 each. The price per pack of 50 is 70 cents each. We should be able to use that for years to come. In the H version there is less corn starch) and 3 teaspoons of good quality vanilla extract. You will have the best real whipped cream served at the peak of perfection every time you pull it from the fridge if you stir it all together, pour it in the creamer, add a charger, and you are good to go. The consistency is the same 2 weeks after you added the cream to the can as it was the day you added it. Reddi offers all the conveniences of a website The quality and taste of this Wip are superior. I think keeping it in the refrigerator for a long time and using slowly will not affect the quality, but I would not keep it past the expiration date and make sure you sterilize the canister to make it last as long as possible. The cream has a limited shelf life. Finally, I would like to point out One dollar. The recipe calls for 82 pints of cream. A 70 cent charger is worth $2. There are 52 cents in the grocery store for 8 cups of whipping Inda Reddi - Inflation is equal to $4 per share. For two cups of whipped cream, you would need to spend $1. 00. There's a bad side to it. 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Paisleigh Eaton - 13/05/2021
For Nitro Cold Brew, there is a whipped cream dispenser (5/5)
Having read other reviews, I decided to buy this product. I am very impressed with the ease of making cold brew coffee using the nitro system. The only mark I would give it is two After 3 gentle shakes and a quick pour I can get nitro cold brew of Starbucks quality at a fraction of the cost I like the way it cleans easily. It is what I use every morning for my 16 oz cup of coffee. You have Coffee. It would make me happy to have such a wonderful family. The product is excellent.
Kairi Mitchell - 25/03/2021
Nozzle leaks out of dispensing unit (1/5)
This product had me really excited, but after using it several times, I noticed one major problem and one minor problem with it. In general, the main problem is that a lot of gas leaks out of the bottom of the dispenser. As the gas blows out, you can feel that it is very powerful. As a result, I cannot use it since that gas is so expensive for me. The only other minor issue is that the threads at the connection point of the cartridge container and the main body are quite There is a lack of smoothness to the process, and I feel that this could be pretty susceptible to stripping over time. Because of the gas leak alone, I am unable to recommend this product. I am very dissatisfied.
Angela Nelson - 01/03/2021
am in love with In just a few minutes, you can make sugar-free whipped cream! To make sugar-free whipped cream since I follow the keto program, I mix heavy cream with powdered erythritol (erythritol) and The other way I did it was by using a hand mixer and beating it for minutes then storing it in a container and it would only last I got it ready in a flash, one of my best purchases yet! (5/5)
Dominik Burns - 01/06/2021
The product and support have been absolutely phenomenal for the last couple of years, and I wanted to take a moment to share with you how satisfied I am with it (5/5)
There is a tank in the unit. In terms of corrosion resistance, whatever grade of stainless steel they are using has been holding up marvelously without any rust or aging signs. The dispenser has worked flawlessly both when I have used it for whipped cream and for Nitro cold brew. Give this bottle a few shakes upside down before dispensing it. Furthermore, we reached out to customer service after misplacing a part, and they really did everything they could to help us. My experience with customer service has been one of the best I have ever This is a product I would recommend to my family and friends.
Roland Gutierrez - 02/07/2021
The one to buy is this (5/5)
The company invented these things and leads the market in these areas. Several of the ISI seminars have been very useful to me. Aluminum was used in the first one, and the inside of the head began to corrode. The top section of the table was getting dirty, so I bought another top section to clean it thoroughly. It was a pleasant surprise that ISI refused to sell me the protocol! There was a problem with the charger and I had to buy another one. As a result, I acted like a fool. Those ISI chargers are very well made, and I enjoy using My stainless steel head has a little part missing. I bought a new one, and wouldn't you know it, I lost a sliver of There is a tiny part that may cost as little as $1. After trying to buy the part, I found that it wasn't available Therefore, that charger is sitting in a plastic bag in my garage until I figure out a use for In the end, I decided to try an alternative brand. The Otis charger for about a third of the cost of the ISI charge gave me much more accessories. There are probably accessories I purchased for $30 that ISI charges- This results in lower than 1/3 effective price. Upon opening the box I found it to be quite substantial, made of stainless steel but not 100% as refined as the ISI. All of it seems very durable, and I am certain that it will last as long as I use The ISI is just as accurate in practice as it is in theory. This seems sturdy and works well. I do not understand the negative reviews that claim it is not sturdy or the product is defective. Many of these things have been in my home for several years, and I use them in many ways beyond whipping There's no question that this is a quality device that you can count on to last for quite some time. In addition, the price is very reasonable. Having purchased this product, I am very happy with it. Now, I will tell my friends to stay away from ISI, and I will use only Otis chargers.
Ariya Lester - 17/06/2021