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Smeg - Milk Frother


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Italian-based SMEG is known for its '50s retro-look appliances designed in collaboration with some of the world's top architects. This stainless-steel electric milk frother combines iconic midcentury style with modern features. The induction heating system rapidly warms the milk to your preferred temperature, which can then be frothed quickly to produce a smooth microfoam or billowy soft peaks. The frother also works with cold milk, creating a delectable addition to iced beverages.

  • Stainless-steel milk frother with removable stainless-steel jug.
  • Induction heating system rapidly brings milk to temperature.
  • Select from hot or cold milk with light or thick foam.
  • User-friendly controls and backlit knob make it easy to adjust.


Color: Pastel blue
Finishing: Glossy
Aesthetic: Retro-style
Body material: Stainless steel
Lid material: BPA-free plastic
Measuring Cup Material: BPA-free plastic
Carafe material: Stainless steel
Handle color: Gray interior / Polished chrome exterior
Handle material: Plastics / Stainless steel
Base color: Polished chrome
Base material: Plastic


Hot Chocolate function: Yes
Hot Milk function: Yes
Hot milk with light froth: Yes
Hot Froth Dense function: Yes
Cold milk with light froth: Yes
Cold milk with thick froth: Yes
Manual hot function: Yes
Manual cold function: Yes


Controls type: Button, Control knob


Induction system with automatic switch-off: Yes
Removable measuring cup/lid: Yes
Removable carafe: Yes
Milk and chocolate heating - Jug capacity: 20 oz / 2.5 cups
Anti-slip base: Yes


Voltage: 120 V
Frequency: 60 Hz
Power: 500 W
Power cord length: 39"


Dimensions: 9 7/8" x 7 1/4" x 5 5/8"
Width: 7 1/4"
Depth: 5 5/8"
Height: 9 7/8"
Net weight: 4 lbs



Founded in 1948 by Vittorio Bertazzoni as an enameling and metalworking company, the Smeg company preserves the memory of the activity initially carried out in the acronym Smalterie Metallurgiche Emiliane Guastalla.

Over time, the brand has consolidated its reputation as a symbol for appliances renowned for their design aesthetic and use of technology.

From the 1950s, the company’s metalworking background was accompanied by the production of its first cooking appliances. In 1956, the company presented “Elisabeth”, one of the first gas cookers equipped with automatic ignition, safety valve in the oven and cooking programmer.

In the sixties, Smeg introduced its first ever washing machine, the ‘Leda’, and then developed this specialism further, when in 1970 Smeg introduced a world premiere: the 60 cm Niagara dishwasher, known for its unprecedented load capacity of 14 place settings.

In 1971, the company began the production of built-in hobs and ovens, products by which the company has built its history.