Zojirushi Stainless Steel Decaf Coffee Server, 61 oz. - SH-DE19AXBX
Improving customers' quality of life through creation of innovative products remains the heart of Zojirushi's corporate philosophy. Based on this philosophy, Zojirushi has used its advanced technologies to develop an impressive household lineup over the past nine decades. Staying one step ahead of evolving consumer tastes, Zojirushi continues to launch a constant stream of top-selling cooking and food preservation products that are high in quality and attractive in design.
- The Stainless Steel Decaf 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 Orange Cap Decaf Server, for the Regular Server (Black Cap), click here.
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|Capacity:||61 oz./1.83 l|
|Cap Color:||Orange Decaf|
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