Winco DRG-10, 10-Ounce Stainless Steel Dredge with Handle

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Winco DRG-10, 10-Ounce Stainless Steel Dredge with Handle FEATURES & TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • Capacity: 10 Oz
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Features convenient handle
  • Measures 3.88” height
  • Diameter: 2.63”
  • Medium holes
  • Has measurement marks in ounces and milliliters

Winco DRG-10, 10-Ounce Stainless Steel Dredge with Handle is a handy kitchen tool to spice food with salt and pepper, powder with sugar and cinnamon, even add cheese on pizza. It has a durable and simple construction. The lid is easily removable to fill the container with contents. This dredge is a necessary kitchen accessory for every restaurant, café, bakery, pizzeria, and coffee shop.

More Information
ID 01085
Length (Inch) 2.63
Width (Inch) 2.63
Height (Inch) 3.88
Manufacturer Winco
Units of measure EA
Discontinued No
Weight (Lbs) 0.230000
UPC 812944005115
Type Filter Dredge
Material Stainless Steel
Color Silver

Top quality

Manufactured from high-quality stainless steel, this dredge is sturdy enough to ensure long-lasting performance. This material is resistant to corrosion and warping. It has a convenient size and can be used in the kitchen, at the condiment station, and on the tabletop. For kitchen chefs, the item features measurement marks in ounces and milliliters.

Easy usage

This 10 Oz dredge by Winco has medium holes in the lid, that allows usage of various spices. For added comfort, it is equipped with a large handle. Due to the stainless steel material, this item is safe in contact with products and easy to clean.

Reviews on Winco DRG-10, 10-Ounce Stainless Steel Dredge with Handle
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  1. Raju Ahuja
    Great offer and really handy to use. I thought the dredge would be junk because it's so cheap, but so far - I have no complaints about the quality and the way it works.
  2. George Harper
    The handle just gets in the way, and I do not understand who would need such a handle for sprinkling food. It doesn't make sense. Otherwise, the dredge is absolutely fine, and it literally costs pennies.
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