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    Where to get an Aerolatte (or similar) in Australia

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    Hi,

    I bought my mother an Aeropress and shes quite happy with it, but would like something to froth milk. I bought her a frother from coles which lasted (literally) 4 hours before the cheap paint started peeling and the end fell off.

    Does anyone know where I can get an Aerolatte or similar in Brisbane (or in Australia via post) or a similar frother that isnt going to fall apart? Amazon have one but it ends up being ~$90 with shipping!

    Link: http://www.aerolatte.com/

    Cheers,
    James

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    Re: Where to get an Aerolatte (or similar) in Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by 4E525B465B4C3E0 link=1236380590/0#0 date=1236380590
    Hi,

    I bought my mother an Aeropress and shes quite happy with it, but would like something to froth milk. I bought her a frother from coles which lasted (literally) 4 hours before the cheap paint started peeling and the end fell off.

    Does anyone know where I can get an Aerolatte or similar in Brisbane (or in Australia via post) or a similar frother that isnt going to fall apart? Amazon have one but it ends up being ~$90 with shipping!

    Link: http://www.aerolatte.com/

    Cheers,
    James
    Ikea do them for about 5 bucks. I reckon 14 of theirs will last as long as one aerolatte ;) ;D

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    Re: Where to get an Aerolatte (or similar) in Australia

    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    Or any $2 (etc) shop.



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