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  • Fully automatic frozen yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream maker. Dimensions (LXWXH) : 8.25 x 8.00 x 11.25 inches
  • Brushed stainless-steel housing; heavy-duty motor. BPA Free
  • Large ingredient spout for easily adding favorite mix-ins
  • Double-insulated 2-quart freezer bowl; instruction book and recipes included.UC Cubic Feet: 1.23
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards.Cord storage, keeps countertops clutter free
  • Your freezer should be set to 0°F to ensure proper freezing of all foods.
  • Note: Kindly see the User manual below for how to use

Cuisinart Pure Indulgence Frozen Yogurt Sorbet & Ice Cream Maker

What's better than one quart of luscious homemade ice cream, sorbet, or frozen yogurt? Two quarts! The fully automatic Cuisinart Pure Indulgence makes 2 quarts of your favorite frozen desserts or drinks in as little as 25 minutes.

It's easy - an integrated motor, double-insulated freezer bowl and automatic mixing paddle do all the work. Results are consistently smooth, cleanup is easy, and the brushed metal styling is simply sensational.

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Housed in brushed stainless steel with an embossed logo, this fully automatic small appliance makes frozen yogurt, sorbet, and homemade ice cream in as little as 25 minutes. The frozen-dessert maker features a heavy-duty motor and a double-insulated freezer bowl that holds up to 2 quarts of frozen dessert at a time. Simply add ingredients, turn the machine on, and frozen drinks and desserts are ready in minutes. Its large ingredient spout allows for easily adding favorite mix-ins, and an instruction book and recipes come included. A fun addition to any birthday party or backyard barbecue, the frozen-dessert maker measures approximately 8-1/4 by 8 by 11-1/4 inches.

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S.M.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent ice cream machine, know how to take care of it, you will be rewarded.
Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2014
Color: Silver
This is a very good ice cream machine for its class (home use, freezer bowl). I''d owned the 1 1/2 quart Cusinart model and liked it a lot. Then someone in my house put the drum in the dishwasher and I found out when I tried to make a batch of ice cream that wouldn''t freeze.... See more
This is a very good ice cream machine for its class (home use, freezer bowl). I''d owned the 1 1/2 quart Cusinart model and liked it a lot. Then someone in my house put the drum in the dishwasher and I found out when I tried to make a batch of ice cream that wouldn''t freeze. Using the 1 1/2 quart model I was always scaling down recipes or hovering over the ice cream as it churned with a spoon, stealing spoonfuls ice cream as it threatened to overflow the ice cream maker because I overfilled it (not that I really minded that). I like the 2 quart size for those reasons,

If you''ve never owned one of these types of ice cream makers before, here''s an overview. There are two main parts as far as what makes the ice cream. There is a paddle and a drum, aka the freezer bowl. The night before you intend to make ice cream (or earlier) park your clean freezer bowl in the coldest part of your freezer overnight. This is essential that the bowl be frozen through with no sloshing sound. This drum is what chills the ice cream.

When you''re ready to make the ice cream, put the frozen freezer bowl into the base of the ice cream machine, put the paddle in and put the top on, start the machine and then pour your cold (repeat COLD) ice cream mixture into the freezer bowl as it runs. The cold of the freezer bowl chills the ice cream mixture, the paddle scraps the sides of the freezer bowl as it turns which scrapes off the freezing ice cream incorporating it back into the ice cream mixture and churns air into the mixture. Let the machine run for 20ish minutes. Give it a peak every once in a while because watched ice cream never freezes ;). When it''s done, you''ll hear the motor struggle a bit more because of the thickness of the ice cream, the ice cream will be soft serve consistency and will be done as far as its adventure with the machine. From here you could eat it as soft serve, or scoop out the ice cream into a freezer safe container and freeze it for a few hours. let the freezer bowl warm up a little, then wash by hand with warm soapy water and a soft sponge or cloth.

The negative comments that people have left seem mostly to be due to them not understanding how this machine works or that they expected something different, or both. Yes, you have to freeze the bowl overnight -- that''s how this type of ice cream machine chills ice cream. It doesnt have its own refridgeration unit. If you want that, then pay 5x+ the price for a different type of machine. No, this machine doesn''t produce solid hard ice cream -- it produces soft serve consistency because it churns and you can''t churn rock solid ice cream. And You MUST WASH THE FREEZER BOWL BY HAND. This isn''t a "to keep it looking it''s best" issue like you sneak your pots and pans in the dishwasher even though you shouldn''t -- the heat from the dishwasher will destroy the freezing liquid in the bowl and the bowl will never make ice cream again. You can tell that a well meaning relative put your bowl in the dishwasher because the bowl will still sound sloshy even though it''s been freezing for days.

The It Never Froze My Ice Cream comments -- the person either put their freezer bowl in the dishwasher or the bowl wasn''t cold enough. Or the freezer bowl was defective.
The It Won''t Make Ice Cream Immediately, It Makes Soft Serve...comments -- that''s true, but that''s how this machine works.

Some have commented that they have to let the finished ice cream (after being I the freezer) sit on the counter for 15 minutes until they can scoop it. My suggestions are: 1. Use more fat in your recipe, 2. Let it churn more air as the machine runs, 3. Know that most commercial ice creams have a ton of what they call "overhead" which is basically air in the ice cream. You may notice that the same volume of two different brands of ice cream weigh differently. Ultra premium brands like Haagen Daaz have little overhead compared to, say most grocery store brands. Lower quality ice creams also have thickeners and stabilizers that hold the ice cream together but keep it from really forming solid. Ever leave a bowl of ice cream on the counter overnight and the next day it''s a little melted but mostly in the same shape? That''s the stabilizers. All of this makes commercial ice cream soft and easy to scoop even though it''s frozen. Take heart that better quality ice creams like the one you are making are naturally harder when frozen, and therefore may take a sturdy ice cream scoop and perhaps a little muscle to scoop. On properly made ice creams (enough fat, enough churning) I''ve never made a batch too hard to scoop straight from the freezer.

In short, this machine works beautifully and its make quality ice cream. I''m very happy with it.
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Krasava MTop Contributor: Star Wars
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works Great
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2017
Color: Silver
This is my first ice cream maker. I had been looking into getting one for a while and was suckered into getting this one from all of the positive reviews. I''m happy to report that I was not disappointed. The machine is a little noisy, but that''s the only drawback that I can... See more
This is my first ice cream maker. I had been looking into getting one for a while and was suckered into getting this one from all of the positive reviews. I''m happy to report that I was not disappointed. The machine is a little noisy, but that''s the only drawback that I can really think of. The first ice cream we tried to make was a twist on Ben n Jerry''s Cherry Garcia ice cream made from real cherries and dark chocolate chips. The ice cream froze well and was absolutely delicious. Since then we''ve also made blueberry cheesecake with a graham cracker twist running through it and a chocolate brownie that didn''t last two nights! We usually store the ice cream in a glass loaf pan for easy scooping or in recycled Talenti containers for easy portion control. Either way, it makes fantastic ice cream that you can make as healthy (or unhealthy!) as you want, and overall it''s much cheaper than constantly buying pints of ice cream in the store. Definitely worth the price and I would definitely recommend it.
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Kristin
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Never worked
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018
Color: Silver
I purchased this in August and tried to make ice cream. It never moved past cold liquid and I assumed perhaps I did something wrong, even though I followed all directions to the letter. I tried again over Thanksgiving and again - cold liquid. Both times once the liquid is... See more
I purchased this in August and tried to make ice cream. It never moved past cold liquid and I assumed perhaps I did something wrong, even though I followed all directions to the letter. I tried again over Thanksgiving and again - cold liquid. Both times once the liquid is in the freezer, it actually freezes. A thought occurred and I lifted up the freezer bowl and shook it - even though the liquid inside is frozen solid, the liquid in the bowl is still sloshing around after a WEEK of being in my deep freezer. Defective freezer bowl, I guess. I''ve tried contacting the company through their online form and have heard nothing back. I''ll update if I hear more. I''d just like a new freezer bowl that works!
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MICHAEL R. LOVERIDGE
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent Ice Cream Maker
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2019
Color: Silver
Just finished making (and eating!) two batches of ice cream. Excellent flavor and consistency! I bought an extra freezer/container and, after the first batch was done (25 minutes), placed the next freezer bowl in the mixer and added the second ingredients. One gallon of... See more
Just finished making (and eating!) two batches of ice cream. Excellent flavor and consistency! I bought an extra freezer/container and, after the first batch was done (25 minutes), placed the next freezer bowl in the mixer and added the second ingredients. One gallon of delicious ice cream in approximately one hour! Loved not having to buy ice, rock salt, etc. Your ice cream will be slightly creamy (not rock hard), but quickly can be "cured" and made harder by placing in your freezer for a while. I also loved how much more quiet this machine is compared with our regular ice cream maker. As far as durability, it seems well made, but time will tell how it holds up. When we finished transferring the ice cream to plastic containers, we immediately cleaned the freeze bowls (soap and warm water), dried them, and placed them back in the freezer ready to make another batch. Love this machine.
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SimplySusan
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Couldn''t be more disappointed!
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2018
Color: Brushed Metal/Red
I''ve never been disappointed in a Cuisinart product till this ice cream maker. I''ve had the small one for years and used it multiple times and was totally in love. I''m sure I''ve made ice at least once a week during hot months (and sometimes cold months) with the small one.... See more
I''ve never been disappointed in a Cuisinart product till this ice cream maker. I''ve had the small one for years and used it multiple times and was totally in love. I''m sure I''ve made ice at least once a week during hot months (and sometimes cold months) with the small one. I decided I''d like to make ice cream for a larger group so had no doubt the large one would be different than the small one. Was I wrong. It''s just doesn''t give a good freeze. Yes, it makes sloppy ice cream you can poor into a container and complete the freeze but what''s the purpose? You can''t eat a nice custard like ice cream right after the 25 minutes promised that it takes to make ice cream. I''ve tried everything, including moving the freezer to my patio when it was 37o out to see if that made a difference. Even piled ice cubes in plastic bags around the freezer to see the ice cream would freeze solid. NOTHING has worked. I will continue to use my small freezer and love it but could not me more disappointed in this Cuisinart product. I should have returned it the first time it didn''t freeze solid.
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Doug
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This machine does not work as advertised.
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2019
Color: Brushed Metal/Red
I wish that I could give this a lower score than one star. We followed the ice cream making instructions and recipes exactly and after 5 tries the ice cream never solidifies in the churn. I can''t tell you how much milk, cream, and fruit we threw away. The last time we... See more
I wish that I could give this a lower score than one star. We followed the ice cream making instructions and recipes exactly and after 5 tries the ice cream never solidifies in the churn. I can''t tell you how much milk, cream, and fruit we threw away. The last time we tried to make ice cream we left the canister in the freezer for 5 days prior just to make sure that it was really frozen. In addition, the machine is extremely loud to the point that you can''t hear the television while it''s running. I called Cuisinart Customer support and waited on hold for over an hour only to be greeted by a company representative that know nothing about this product. Cuisinart used to be a great company with very good quality products. Cuisinart now makes cheap throwaway junk. It''s a nice looking machine, but that''s about all I can say good about it. This machine does not work as advertised. We are sending it back. Do not waste your money or time on this worthless piece of junk. On the positive side, Amazon support was great, and they took it back and gave us a full refund.
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Hillhouse
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
great product
Reviewed in the United States on August 7, 2018
Color: Silver
It is almost as good as they say in the description, makes great frozen treats, the only discrepancy is the time. It seems to be about double what they say, usually it seems to take 45-60 minutes to make. I like that it is pretty easy, I don''t have to worry about the ice... See more
It is almost as good as they say in the description, makes great frozen treats, the only discrepancy is the time. It seems to be about double what they say, usually it seems to take 45-60 minutes to make. I like that it is pretty easy, I don''t have to worry about the ice and rock salt, you just have to plan ahead so that the container is frozen (but that is not a surprise). The machine is surprisingly quiet, first time I used it, I made ice cream while we were eating dinner, and had it running just a few feet away from the table, and we barely even noticed it running. Clean up is a little more difficult than I thought the first time (nature of the beast) because I wanted to hurry and clean the bucket right after the ice cream was made, and put it back in the freezer, but the water would freeze to the inside of the bucket before I could dry it out, so I just had to wash it, and let it drip dry/defrost before putting it back in the freezer.
Overall, no regrets buying this product, and I would recommend it.
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KenandKarin
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than store bought
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2016
Color: Silver
We bought this ice cream maker because we wanted to eat better quality ice cream without all the added ingredients and sugar of store bought ice cream. We have made 3 different batches (vanilla, blueberry, and strawberry) and they have turned out great. One thing to... See more
We bought this ice cream maker because we wanted to eat better quality ice cream without all the added ingredients and sugar of store bought ice cream. We have made 3 different batches (vanilla, blueberry, and strawberry) and they have turned out great.
One thing to note - the tub must be in the freezer for several hours with the freezer set at 0 degrees. any higher and it will not make ice cream, more of a slush.
We also learned that the machine should be turned on while pouring in the ingredients. If you take too long to get the mixer moving the cream can freeze to the tub and make things difficult.
First batch - the machine only made a light hum, easily covered by normal TV volume. Excellent vanilla ice cream.
Second batch - LOUD. Sounded like the bearings on the machine were about to go bad. Removed tub and let it run with no load and still loud. Finished it anyway and enjoyed.
Third batch - Started off with a light hum again, but got a little louder as time went on. Weird.... Also why 4 stars instead of 5. The machines'' lifespan may not be very long if its already making noise.
Making your own ice cream is more expensive than buying store bought, but I believe that having control over what is put in the final product is well worth the small extra expense. I think this was a good purchase. Fingers crossed on the noise issue.
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Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic!!! Follow the instructions and you’ll get the best ice cream ever!!!
Reviewed in Canada on May 2, 2020
First time making ice cream at home- fantastic!!!! The machine is excellent, easy to use, just do everything correctly, like in the instructions. The machine bowl has to be frozen over night. Make sure to keep it upright for a little bit after it arrives and before sticking...See more
First time making ice cream at home- fantastic!!!! The machine is excellent, easy to use, just do everything correctly, like in the instructions. The machine bowl has to be frozen over night. Make sure to keep it upright for a little bit after it arrives and before sticking it in the freezer, so that the liquid inside the bowl walls has time to settle evenly, then freeze it. All the ingredients should be very cold. Best to make the ice cream mixture a day before and put it in the fridge to cool. The container that you’ll be transferring the ice cream to should also be frozen ahead of time. The homemade ice cream has no stabilizers, so it melts fast. Ice cream comes out as soft serve but once in the freezer, turns hard. I add some ( or a lot ) alcohol, then it’s always easy to scoop. Try the roasted honey and fig ice cream - it’s my favourite!
First time making ice cream at home- fantastic!!!! The machine is excellent, easy to use, just do everything correctly, like in the instructions. The machine bowl has to be frozen over night. Make sure to keep it upright for a little bit after it arrives and before sticking it in the freezer, so that the liquid inside the bowl walls has time to settle evenly, then freeze it. All the ingredients should be very cold. Best to make the ice cream mixture a day before and put it in the fridge to cool. The container that you’ll be transferring the ice cream to should also be frozen ahead of time. The homemade ice cream has no stabilizers, so it melts fast. Ice cream comes out as soft serve but once in the freezer, turns hard. I add some ( or a lot ) alcohol, then it’s always easy to scoop. Try the roasted honey and fig ice cream - it’s my favourite!
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K. Bergmann
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Yeah for ice cream!
Reviewed in Canada on June 19, 2019
I prefer to make my own sugar-free ice cream and this is a great tool. It''s not that noisy and the bucket holds a good amount. I keep the bucket in a bag in the freezer all the time so I''m ready to make another batch of ice cream.
I prefer to make my own sugar-free ice cream and this is a great tool. It''s not that noisy and the bucket holds a good amount. I keep the bucket in a bag in the freezer all the time so I''m ready to make another batch of ice cream.
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Ma Carmen Gonzalez
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Helados caseros en todo momento
Reviewed in Mexico on October 31, 2019
Buen producto, hace bien el helado, el recipiente se congela previamente y en 30~40 minutos esta lista. Lo mejor es que se controlan los ingredientes que consumes vs lo que venden en las tiendas y solo tienes que mantener el recipiente congelado para usarlo en cualquier...See more
Buen producto, hace bien el helado, el recipiente se congela previamente y en 30~40 minutos esta lista. Lo mejor es que se controlan los ingredientes que consumes vs lo que venden en las tiendas y solo tienes que mantener el recipiente congelado para usarlo en cualquier momento. Algunas veces se pega la nieve a la pared de la heladera, todavia tengo que encontrar la formula perfecta. Seguiré practicando.
Buen producto, hace bien el helado, el recipiente se congela previamente y en 30~40 minutos esta lista. Lo mejor es que se controlan los ingredientes que consumes vs lo que venden en las tiendas y solo tienes que mantener el recipiente congelado para usarlo en cualquier momento. Algunas veces se pega la nieve a la pared de la heladera, todavia tengo que encontrar la formula perfecta. Seguiré practicando.
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Jai..
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Looks nice but does it work?
Reviewed in Canada on July 4, 2019
Fairly easy to clean, flavour has nothing to do with the machine since it’s up to you what ingredients you put in it, it is simple to use. I bought this exact machine and arrived on time and looks just like the picture does so no complaints there, followed instructions some...See more
Fairly easy to clean, flavour has nothing to do with the machine since it’s up to you what ingredients you put in it, it is simple to use. I bought this exact machine and arrived on time and looks just like the picture does so no complaints there, followed instructions some what, for simple Vanilla ice cream since it would be my first time ever, only thing I did was I used 2% milk instead of whole milk, used 2% because I already had plenty in my fridge and didn’t feel like buying more milk just for this, so I mixed all ingredients well till sugar was dissolved, then poured it in machine and started up, waited well over the suggested 20 or 25 minutes but it never became ice cream may have thickened a little but that’s all, so I placed the mix in the freezer a couple of hours as well as the mixer bowl,and tried again, seemed A title icier but not like I cream consistency, now I place them back in the freezer over night, next day tried again, broke up the layer of ice build up on top of the mixture and started the machine, same difference not creamy at all, so I finally gave up with this batch, used some of it I’n my coffee seeing as to how it’s mostly cream and sugar, tastes great in coffee, and ate the rest as a frozen desert, simply crushed the ice with a fork after freezing and served, still does taste good but certainly not suited for an ice cream cone, I think the problem was using the 2% milk rather than whole milk, only other thing it could be is that I noticed, the machine mixing container you have to freeze for several hours prior to attempting to make ice cream, I froze the container at least 6-8 hours not sure if it was enough, but after remixing the ice cream I placed the container in a plastic bag as suggested in the instructions then placed it in the freezer overnight, and still the container wasn’t frozen enough because if you shake it you can hear the swishing liquid inside the container, after all was said and done I placed the container back in the freezer and couldn’t believe that 2 days later it still wasn’t fully frozen, you can still hear the slushy liquid inside the container when you shake it, but instructions says you shouldn’t hear it once it’s fully frozen, now my freezer is pretty cold, not to mention that I have 2 fridges in my house and I tried freezing the bowl in both with the same result, so is the problem the 2% milk? Is it the freezing bowl that doesn’t freeze? Or maybe both? I will know for sure my next time around when I use whole milk instead.
Fairly easy to clean, flavour has nothing to do with the machine since it’s up to you what ingredients you put in it, it is simple to use.
I bought this exact machine and arrived on time and looks just like the picture does so no complaints there, followed instructions some what, for simple Vanilla ice cream since it would be my first time ever, only thing I did was I used 2% milk instead of whole milk, used 2% because I already had plenty in my fridge and didn’t feel like buying more milk just for this, so I mixed all ingredients well till sugar was dissolved, then poured it in machine and started up, waited well over the suggested 20 or 25 minutes but it never became ice cream may have thickened a little but that’s all, so I placed the mix in the freezer a couple of hours as well as the mixer bowl,and tried again, seemed A title icier but not like I cream consistency, now I place them back in the freezer over night, next day tried again, broke up the layer of ice build up on top of the mixture and started the machine, same difference not creamy at all, so I finally gave up with this batch, used some of it I’n my coffee seeing as to how it’s mostly cream and sugar, tastes great in coffee, and ate the rest as a frozen desert, simply crushed the ice with a fork after freezing and served, still does taste good but certainly not suited for an ice cream cone, I think the problem was using the 2% milk rather than whole milk, only other thing it could be is that I noticed, the machine mixing container you have to freeze for several hours prior to attempting to make ice cream, I froze the container at least 6-8 hours not sure if it was enough, but after remixing the ice cream I placed the container in a plastic bag as suggested in the instructions then placed it in the freezer overnight, and still the container wasn’t frozen enough because if you shake it you can hear the swishing liquid inside the container, after all was said and done I placed the container back in the freezer and couldn’t believe that 2 days later it still wasn’t fully frozen, you can still hear the slushy liquid inside the container when you shake it, but instructions says you shouldn’t hear it once it’s fully frozen, now my freezer is pretty cold, not to mention that I have 2 fridges in my house and I tried freezing the bowl in both with the same result, so is the problem the 2% milk? Is it the freezing bowl that doesn’t freeze? Or maybe both? I will know for sure my next time around when I use whole milk instead.
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CARLA S.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Tiene detalles a considerar
Reviewed in Mexico on March 6, 2021
Como máquina es muy buena, pero tiene sus detalles, como por ejemplo, si se te antoja un helado y en ese momento esperas poder hacerlo y comerlo, tendrás que esperar 12 hrs porque tienes que poner el recipiente de la máquina a congelar unas horas y después hacerlo. Ahora,...See more
Como máquina es muy buena, pero tiene sus detalles, como por ejemplo, si se te antoja un helado y en ese momento esperas poder hacerlo y comerlo, tendrás que esperar 12 hrs porque tienes que poner el recipiente de la máquina a congelar unas horas y después hacerlo. Ahora, ya cuando eliges la receta y lo haces, queda demasiado congelado en la parte de abajo, no lo pude sacar al momento, tuve que esperar. Así que por esos dos detalles no le di las estrellas completas. Servicio al cliente excelente, lo regresé y me dieron mi devolución casi inmediatamente.
Como máquina es muy buena, pero tiene sus detalles, como por ejemplo, si se te antoja un helado y en ese momento esperas poder hacerlo y comerlo, tendrás que esperar 12 hrs porque tienes que poner el recipiente de la máquina a congelar unas horas y después hacerlo. Ahora, ya cuando eliges la receta y lo haces, queda demasiado congelado en la parte de abajo, no lo pude sacar al momento, tuve que esperar. Así que por esos dos detalles no le di las estrellas completas. Servicio al cliente excelente, lo regresé y me dieron mi devolución casi inmediatamente.
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