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Barista Hustle Tamper 58.4mm with Travel Case

Barista Hustle Tamper 58.4mm with Travel Case

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The most repetitive motion behind bar deserves better. The Tamper’s 58.4mm diameter fits a VST basket exactly while the unique double flange not only eliminates the frustrating vacuum effect but also helps keep you vertical.

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Built Tough:

Made with military-spec type III hard anodised aluminium and a 304 stainless steel flat base, the Barista Hustle Tamper is durable but lightweight to minimise fatigue.

58.40mm

The right diameter for modern espresso baskets. We even specified a sharp corner radius to make sure you’re not missing out on any tamping surface area.

Replaceable Base

A tamper’s lifespan is bound to include a few run-ins with the floor, so the base is easily and affordably replaceable.

Features:

  • 58.40mm diameter
  • 304 Stainless Steel affordably replaceable base
  • Hard anodised aluminium handle

Included:

  • 1 x Tamper
  • 1 x Branded carry travel bag

Manufactured by Barista Hustle

Dimensions

Measurement: 58.4 x 87mm
Weight: 265g

Diameter: Ø 58.4mm

Materials

Military-spec type III hard anodised aluminium & 304 stainless steel flat base

Brand: Barista Hustle

SKU:BHTAMP

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