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Rotating Grain Dispenser

Rotating Grain Dispenser

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Rotating Grain Dispenser
Regular price $76.76 USD
Regular price Sale price $76.76 USD

Introducing the Rotating Grain Dispenser - Your Organized Pantry Solution! Experience the convenience of our 6-Grid Rotating Grain Storage Dispenser. With its strong sealing properties, it effectively safeguards against moisture and dust, keeping your grains fresh and flavorful. Boasting a simple yet elegant design, this dispenser is a stylish addition to your kitchen. The key control mechanism makes it a breeze to access and store a variety of whole grains, from rice and oats to mung beans, candy, and dry foods. Keep your pantry tidy and your grains at your fingertips with our Rotating Grain Dispenser.




Material: ABS+PET+AS
Capacity: 15kg
Size: Approx. 27x26cm (10.62x10.23in)
Weight: ‎3.84lbs


Package Includes:

1 x Rotating Grain Dispenser


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