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Belle-V

Belle-V

Maker Story

Roll With It

Dr. Karl Ulrich, collector of antique ice cream scoops and Wharton School’s Vice Dean of Innovation, had a problem with the frozen desert serving device. Most were awkward to hold and needed much twisting and wrist torquing to work.

Karl shared these observations with his product development class and together they formed a hypothesis: A longer handle and angled head would work with your wrist’s natural rolling action. After proving their theory with a prototype, Karl teamed up with Co-Founders Jeff and Alan to create Belle-V.

This scoop looks artful with its comfortable, elongated handle and angled head. The spade-shaped leading edge helps retrieve from hard-to-reach spots. And the solid aluminum construction is durable but also conducts heat from your hand—helping scoop even the most stubborn frozen ice cream.

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Discovered 8/13/2014

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Roll With It

Dr. Karl Ulrich, collector of antique ice cream scoops and Wharton School’s Vice Dean of Innovation, had a problem with the frozen desert serving device. Most were awkward to hold and needed much twisting and wrist torquing to work.

Karl shared these observations with his product development class and together they formed a hypothesis: A longer handle and angled head would work with your wrist’s natural rolling action. After proving their theory with a prototype, Karl teamed up with Co-Founders Jeff and Alan to create Belle-V.

This scoop looks artful with its comfortable, elongated handle and angled head. The spade-shaped leading edge helps retrieve from hard-to-reach spots. And the solid aluminum construction is durable but also conducts heat from your hand—helping scoop even the most stubborn frozen ice cream.