Olympia DR628 French Cocktail Shaker Gunmetal

Olympia
RRP: £20.9925.19
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£16.79
£13.99
 
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SKU: 66559 | MPN: DR628 | GTIN: 5050984511226 | AKA: DR628

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Product Specifications
BrandOlympia
CategoryCocktail Shaker
AvailabilityIn Stock
MPNDR628
Capacity550ml
Weight230g
ColourGunmetal
Width (External)82mm
Height (External)222mm
Depth (External)82mm

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Details

Most cocktail shakers follow either classic or old fashioned designs, but this bold and modern shaker from Olympia stands out. Unashamedly modern, this curvy and black shaker is the ideal way to show customers that your bar is up to date, imaginative and contemporary. Made of solid stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance, this brilliant cocktail shaker should be washed and dried by hand to ensure it continues to look fantastic.

Olympia DR628 Description
  • Can be used with standard julep or hawthorne strainers
  • Capacity: 550ml
  • Colour: gunmetal
  • Elegantly curved, French design
  • Hand wash only
  • 2 piece
  • Perfect for modern cocktail bars
  • Dimensions: 222(H) x 82(Ø)mm
  • Weight: 230g
 
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£6.95 +VAT
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Order by 4pm for
1-3 Working Days Delivery
Estimated Delivery Date:
Tue 21st September to Thu 23rd September
Service Expires:
4:00pm on Mon 20th September

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  • All items over 30kg are kerbside delivery only,
  • Deliveries take place between the hours of 8am and 6pm
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