Metrokane 7166 - Retro Ice Crusher Stainless Steel with Chrome Top

Metrokane 7166 - Retro Ice Crusher Stainless Steel with Chrome Top

No cocktail is complete without crushed ice. I search all over the city for bars that take the time to serve crushed ice...now i can make it at home!!! Enjoy all your favorite cocktails and drinks with crisp, crushed ice with this Ice Crusher from Metrokane. It is ideal for frozen margaritas and daiquiris and to serve food on a bed of ice! It has a heavy-duty all-metal top with polished-chrome finish and is perfect for crushing both coarse and fine crushed ice. Features include: Retro inspired design Stainless steel design with chrome top Crushes both coarse and fine ice Crushes up to a quart of ice in 2 minutes Lifetime Warranty on moving parts

  • My friend has this and it's pretty nifty. Coming in an assortment of colors, it will uncap your beer and store the cap within itself for easy clean up

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