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High Quality: This chopsticks holder is made of high quality stainless steel material, antiârust, antiâcorrosion, beautiful and high quality.
Rotary Design: Rotating design makes cooking tools easy to locate, easy for you to reach what you want.
Drain Holes: The design of drain holes on the base allow water to go through easily, preventing it form getting moldy and smelly. Removable accessories for easy cleaning.
Multifunctional: This multifunctional utensils storage cup can store a variety of small tableware, like chopsticks, spoons, whisks, tongs and other handled tools, convenient and practical.
Compact Design: Compact design with spacious capacity, holds all your oftenâused cooking kitchen utensils on your countertop or in your cabinet.
Feature: 1. Convenient cleaning, there are small holes at the bottom and removable accessories for easy cleaning. 2. Can store a variety of small tableware, like chopsticks, spoons, whisks, tongs and other handled tools, convenient and practical. 3. The bottom hole can drain the water in the holder. Rotating design make cooking tools easy to locate. 4. Made of high quality stainless steel material, antiârust, antiâcorrosion, beautiful and durable. 5. Compact design with spacious capacity, holds all your oftenâused cooking kitchen utensils on your countertop or in your cabinet. Specification: Item Type: Chopsticks Organizer Material: Stainless Steel+PP Color: Silver + Black Surface Treatment: Sanding Size: Approx.14x18.5cm/5.5x7.3in Weight: Approx.646g/22.8oz Package List: 1 x Chopsticks Organizer 1 x Detachable Accessory Note: 1. Please allow 1â2in 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.
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