Zojirushi Stainless Steel Coffee Server, 61 oz. - SH-DE19AXXA
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- The Stainless Steel Regular Coffee Server features all stainless steel construction with vacuum insulation to ensure maximum heat retention and durability.
- Fits under most commercial coffee brewing machines.
- Heat Retention: 169°F at 10 hrs./136°F at 24 hrs.
- Capacity: 61 oz./1.83 liters
- Patented "Brew-Thru" stem stopper allows direct brewing.
- Durable high impact plastic easy-serve handle, spout, and protective side guard.
- This order is for the Black Cap Regular Coffee Server, for the Decaf Server, click here.
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|Capacity:||61 oz./1.83 l|
|Cap Color:||Regular Black|
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