dealssnoopy sno cone machine for $12.99

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THEY STILL MAKE THIS???

What a great time to be alive.

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I had one of these when I was a kid I cannot believe that 20 years later they are still selling them.

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I saw this at Barnes & Noble a few weeks back, looks exactly the same as I remember my old one... even has the snow shovel scoop. I think I might pick this up and re-live my youth but add a splash of alcohol.

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Must.Have.This... SNOOPY!!!!!!

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Price shows $19.95 when I clicked on it.

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Had as a child. So many awesome memories. Re-bought this maybe 5 years ago to relive youth. Never remembered how much work it took to get one small a$$ cup of shaved ice, lol though it made for a good laugh and deliciousness.

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Unless you want "used - like new" ones (keyword: used), the original seller/price are gone. It's $19.95 now and as I type this, only 2 are left in stock at that price.

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Sheldon's gonna make some Mango-Caterpillar sno cones!!!

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Dang! Showing $22.99 for me.

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@moxiemoo: mine showed a pric of $22.95????

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There are others (new) at $17.15, they showed up on my homepage after looking at the one from this link.

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They are EXACTLY like the ones we had when we were kids. My four-year-old got one for Christmas. It is still basically just a metal cheese grater inside the little house that shaves the ice. Can't wait to use it. :)

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I heard the quality of it is not nearly as good as the one we had when we were kids.

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WOW I remember this from...well a long time ago. Never got one as a kid and can't justfy getting one one now to fill that void. For those that pick one up, ENJOY!!

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Someone gave our daughter this for christmas last year and it is a nightmare to use. By the time you've actually shaved enough "snow" to fill the little paper shot glass that comes with it, all the "snow" will have melted. Plus, I think you need approximately 3-4 arms to actually make it work. You have to hold the thing down, turn the crank (which isn't exactly precision engineering so it only kinda works), and press down on the ice plunger (but not too hard or the thing jams up and not too light or it won't actually shave).
Needless to say, we "lost" ours. I hated that thing. We now just use a food processor. Makes many times the amount in many fractions of the time/effort involved.