18 Years Factory offer KL-159 thermal insulation stainless steel electric kettle to Angola Factories
18 Years Factory offer KL-159 thermal insulation stainless steel electric kettle to Angola Factories Detail:
10 years focus on high-end thermal insulation kettle field, thermal insulation kettle KL – 159, the red wire drawing of stainless steel surface, fashion vertical pot body design, all food grade stainless steel materials, sales of 2.15 million units in 2015, one of the best-selling styles
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Function & Features
Unique double enclosure insulation design
Fashion hull design
One-click open design
Cover water loop design
360 ° split base, pick up and place more easily
SUS 304 food grade stainless steel
Application and use
Business organizations, supermarkets, large stores, chain stores, large sales, star-rated hotels, restaurants, travel agents, pharmacies.
Suitable for coffee, tea, milk, etc
We provide service according to the customer’s requirements, including the new electric kettle size, material, color, packaging, design, etc, should have a suitable for you, please contact the service email address
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We believe in: Innovation is our soul and spirit. High-quality is our life. Consumer need to have is our God for 18 Years Factory offer KL-159 thermal insulation stainless steel electric kettle to Angola Factories, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Korea , Ukraine , Munich , Our company abides by the management idea of "keep innovation, pursue excellence". On the basis of assuring the advantages of existing merchandise, we continuously strengthen and extend product development. Our company insists on innovation to promote the sustainable development of enterprise, and make us become the domestic high-quality suppliers.
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By Sara from Amsterdam - 2016.04.08 14:55
Products and services are very good, our leader is very satisfied with this procurement, it is better than we expected,
By Clementine from Jeddah - 2015.05.15 10:52