Crew Review: Capresso FrothPro

For the separatists in the group, we offer up a new stand-alone milk frothing/steaming unit by Capresso, the FrothPro. Whipping up silky milky (hot or cold) is easy and fairly fool-proof, which we dig — plus, the milk pitcher is dishwasher safe! We’ve seen a couple of questionable Aeroccinos, so this could be the answer to those that are a little bit too busy to handwash their gadgets.

It’s also a great value, coming in at around $60, so that’s cool, too. The inserts are plastic, however, which we don’t love quite as much — but it’s all about balance, baby.

Watch Gail show us its specs and give it a run through.

5 comments for “Crew Review: Capresso FrothPro

  1. Pawel
    February 18, 2012 at 7:54 pm

    How do the Capresso FrothPro and Nespresso Aerocino compare? I watched both video reviews, and I still cannot choose :-). Which one makes more stable froth? Which one is more effective, I mean, there is less fluid milk left?

    • Kat
      February 20, 2012 at 9:45 am

      They produce similar froths, but the major difference is that the Aeroccino’s electrical components are inside the frothing unit itself, while the Froth Pro’s are in the base — this makes clean up a little easier as what you’re washing is dishwasher safe, etc.

      - Kat

      • Pawel
        February 20, 2012 at 10:02 am

        Thanks – I just ordered the Capresso!

  2. eliran
    September 10, 2013 at 11:53 am

    Hi , if price is not an issue , which frother you would say is the best

    Breville,nespresso or Capresso FrothPro

    • Kat
      September 11, 2013 at 7:26 am

      I like the Breville Milk Cafe because it makes the milk the hottest of all the auto-frothers. Other than that, they all perform very similarly in terms of frothing.

      Hope that helps! :)

      - Kat

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