Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer
Subminimal NanoFoamer

Subminimal NanoFoamer

NF-01-BL

$40.99 USD Regular price
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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • While aerolatte-style electric whisks are great for mixing liquids, it would be a real stretch (pun intended) to say that they can, in any way, produce smooth luscious microfoam - perfect for pouring latte art. Subminimal, however, has taken this design, put it through the Pimp my Ride University, and come up with a stunning little tool that allows you to create actual, high-quality microfoam in seconds. I know, we were skeptical too, but it actually does an amazing job. So what does this mean..? Whether the steam pressure on your espresso machine is not up to the job, you use mocha pots, you're a fan of pod coffee, or you are out camping, you can create delicious textured milk that you'd expect to get from your favourite coffee shop.

    The Subminimal NanoFoamer comes with two screens that can be switched out, but the finer screen has yet to have been separated from the Nano in our testing as it creates the best texture for latte art. However, if you are mixing some delicious artisan chocolate, then the second filter would be perfect.

    It's, of course, also waterproof and just requires a couple of AA batteries to keep you in delicious micro foamed hearts.

    • Waterproof
    • 5 mm diameter stainless steel shaft
    • two screens are included
    • 2 x AA batteries
  • Choose: Select a NanoScreen to suit your preferred microfoam type: Superfine, fine, or ordinary foam.

    Churn: Churn your warm milk (55°C is ideal) for about 15 seconds. Start in the middle to incorporate air, then move to the side to continue churning and blending the foam.

    Pour: Pour your perfectly microfoamed milk over espresso. It should feel like pouring paint. Draw a heart, rosetta or something abstract!
  • Subminimal Nanofoamer Data Sheet

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Andy L. (Ontario, Canada)

Good quality build

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Martin (Ontario, Canada)
Works well but not used much

Foams milk well. Still prefer a bit of cream to the foamed milk.

M
Mark R. (Ontario, Canada)
Over-hyped but getting there.

The NanoFoamer is getting there, but has not arrived yet.
I think it is also a little overpriced.
My biggest complaint is the power on button. It really should click on and off. It’s hard to hold down while working on the foam.
Also I found the protective cover does not fit snuggly...and hence loosens off.
I also found they failed to mention that some milks don’t work well at all such as coconut.
Over-hyped .... but getting there.

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Tristan C. (Ontario, Canada)
Does the job but has build issues

Good: Does make textured milk suitable for latte art.

Bad: Takes longer than 20 seconds to texture milk. The power button has to be held the entire time and is difficult to keep pressed. The plastic screens and housing are flimsy and have a cheap feel. Drains batteries very quickly, requiring additional purchase of rechargeable batteries.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend. It does the job, but there are too many issues making it unenjoyable to use.

Subminimal Overview with David Kim

Subminimal

Subminimal Nanofoamer

Cafe-quality microfoamed milk is now possible at home! Make your own barista-style cappuccino every day.

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This ergonomic heat resistant handle makes the long hours of working with hot steamed milk a little easier on the hands.

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Subminimal Thermometer

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
25%
(1)
25%
(1)
50%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Andy L. (Ontario, Canada)

Good quality build

M
Martin (Ontario, Canada)
Works well but not used much

Foams milk well. Still prefer a bit of cream to the foamed milk.

M
Mark R. (Ontario, Canada)
Over-hyped but getting there.

The NanoFoamer is getting there, but has not arrived yet.
I think it is also a little overpriced.
My biggest complaint is the power on button. It really should click on and off. It’s hard to hold down while working on the foam.
Also I found the protective cover does not fit snuggly...and hence loosens off.
I also found they failed to mention that some milks don’t work well at all such as coconut.
Over-hyped .... but getting there.

T
Tristan C. (Ontario, Canada)
Does the job but has build issues

Good: Does make textured milk suitable for latte art.

Bad: Takes longer than 20 seconds to texture milk. The power button has to be held the entire time and is difficult to keep pressed. The plastic screens and housing are flimsy and have a cheap feel. Drains batteries very quickly, requiring additional purchase of rechargeable batteries.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend. It does the job, but there are too many issues making it unenjoyable to use.