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Coffee Pot, Pouring Drip Kettle Stainless Steel Material Non-sli

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Product description

Feature:
1. Made of high quality stainless steel material, anti-rust and durable.
2. The lid is equipped with a for accurate temperature control, which can be removed and cleaned conveniently.
3. There is a vent on the edge of the lid to prevent the pressure inside from getting too high to open it.
4. The lid fits well with the body, to prevent the liquid from tilted leaking.
5. Gooseneck spout can better control of the of water, is perfect for precisely pouring hot water or coffee.


Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Coffee Pot
Material: Stainless Steel+Rubber
Color: As shown in the picture
Size: Approx.29x16x14cm / 11.4x6.3x5.5in
Weight: Approx.620g/21.9oz
Capacity: 1.2L
Application: Used as coffee pot

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Package List:
1 x Coffee Pot

Note:
1. Please allow 1-2cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

Coffee Pot, Pouring Drip Kettle Stainless Steel Material Non-sli


 
 

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