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Pullman Nexus Exotic Timber Tamper - Redugum

Pullman Nexus Exotic Timber Tamper - Redugum

通常価格 $149.00
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The Pullman Nexus tamper is an ergonomic coffee tamper with a comfortable curved body running throughout the tamper. It starts with a handle made of classic oiled hardwood. The curve continues through the solid stainless-steel base, and a heavy-duty stainless-steel fastener holds the parts securely and evenly spaced.

In true Pullman tradition, the TrueTamp rings around the base assist in achieving a level tamp across your coffee puck.

Pullman Nexus Exotic Timber Tamper

  • Australian Made
  • Reel Wooden handle
  • Base sizes from 49mm to 58mm
  • High-quality stainless steel

Included

1 x Pullman Nexus Exotic Timber Tamper

Dimensions


Base Diameter: 49, 51, 53, 57, 58mm

Materials

Wood, Stainless Steel

Brand: Pullman

SKU:PM-NEXUS-58

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