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Reviewed by Alex T., from United States
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Works Well; Nonfriendly Design

This seems to work well for making microfoam. But a couple of interesting design choices hold it back from being great. Installing batteries (depending on brand) is a pain. Rechargeable batteries are sometimes very slightly thicker than disposable batteries. Getting them out of the base is difficult and requires tapping the base against something soft to dislodge the batteries. And when the Nanofoamer is taken apart, the parts roll around on the counter, requiring the user to lodge them against something. Poor design choices on both the shape and how to replace the batteries. These do not affect the functionality.

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We're glad to hear the most important functionality of creating microfoam is satisfactory.

The choice to make the battery compartment a tight fit is to prevent internal vibrations when using the NanoFoamer. You are correct that rechargeable batteries are a little thicker and tighter, so they might require knocking out when changing them. However, this makes the product feel solid, sturdy, and vibration-free when you are using it, which we believe is essential.

Reviewed by Coltin K., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great Improvements Over v1

Ordered the Nanofoamer Lithium after already having the Nanofoamer v1 due to losing battery power quickly in my v1. The two speeds are very nice to differentiate speeds and most times I can make great microfoam (though watch out for the first time you use it, its fast). This pairs very nicely with my Cafelat Robot. Microfoam from a machine is most always going to be better quality, but you can't beat this compared to any other device that claims to be a "milk frother" out there. Would buy again!

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Reviewed by John, from United Arab Emirates
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great little thing!

I typically texture milk using a steam wand on an espresso machine. When I'm traveling with my Flair 58, the NanoFoamer becomes indispensable!

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Reviewed by Lavin, from Hong Kong
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Its easier to control now

I got the first version at kickstarter. I can tell there is a great improvement when i used this latest version. Love the single press and level contrl feature.

Still not able to get perfect latte art time but nothing to complain for a home use milk foamer. Always recommend this to my friend.

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Reviewed by Wael S., from Saudi Arabia
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Quick and easy

Excellent product

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