Zeroll 20 | Original Ice Cream Scoop
Zeroll Original Ice Cream Scoop in its standard 20 size is considered to be the first modern ice cream scoop created in 1935. Its revolutionary design was inspired by observating a young woman dipping ice cream and noticing the blisters on her hand from the constant use of the disher in the hard ice cream. The Original Ice Cream Scoop by Zeroll is part of the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
Zeroll Original Ice Cream Scoop has heat conductive fluid sealed within the handle. It means that it transfers heat from the user’s hand, warming the fluid, which in turn defrosts the ice cream and makes easier to serve it. There is no need to rinse the dipper in water between servings and it creates a bigger looking portion by eliminating compression, which gives you up to 20% more scoops of ice cream per gallon.
– Material: High-luster aluminium
– Designed for right or left hand use
– Measurements: 18.8 x 5.6 x 4.8 cm | Weight: 56.69g
– Color: Gold color cap
– Size: 20.2.0oz
Zeroll was founded into Sherman Kelly’s garage in 1935, Ohio. The quality and functionality of the Ice Cream Scoop designed by Sherman was such that in the beginning scoop was comercialized with a five-day money back guarantee. Given this advantage, Zeroll Ice Cream Scoop sold thousands in its first year of production alone. The early success of The Zeroll Co. was stalled by World War II. The aluminum needed to produce the scoops was diverted to wartime use. Post-war the company was revived with the challenge of turning it back into the successful business it once was. Bit by bit, Zeroll Co introduced new and unique designed products to the market and dominated the marketplace with its reputation and incontestable product quality.
From humble beginnings in a garage in 1935, The Zeroll Co. is proud of its heritage and will continue to be a pioneer in the world of smallwares.
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