Four-sided multifunctional stainless steel Box graterRegular price $25.99 Save $-25.99
This four-sided kitchen grater, each side with different size holes and a side for slicing as well.
The 8.8cm handle is just nice for your hand to keep the grater sturdy on a countertop or in the container. Use it to grate hard cheeses like Cheddar and Mozzarella, shred potatoes for hash browns, grate chocolate for desserts, cut butter for biscuits, shred cucumbers and carrots, or ricing cauliflower.
With 5 exciting variable colors to choose from, which are natural stainless steel, golden, rose gold, magic color, magic red. It makes a practical gift for kitchen lovers.
These exciting colors make these box grater more than a tool at your kitchen countertop. It even can be a cool decoration for your kitchen.
Color: natural color, golden, rose gold, magic color, magic red
Material: Stainless steel
Metal: mirror polished
Size: see details in the image
Uses: shredded, sliced, shaved
Dimension as indicated in image. Three sides with big to small size of grate holes and one side for slicing. Cautions when using the grater, use a food holder or wear protective gloves to avoid finger cuts. Hold the handle upright or sideways while grating/ slicing according to your needs. Dishwasher safe.
Magic Red : This metallic Red vibrant color is always all time favorite for ladies. Food prep is even more lively with this Magic Red Box Grater!
Gold Color Box Grater : Gold is always the color for wealth and exquisite. Although it is not real gold, it will sure gives you a sense of class while grating your food!
Rose Gold Box Grater : Rose Gold! The color name says it all. This " millennial pink" is the new vibe of feminine luxury. Food prep experience is upgraded instantly with this luxury Rose Gold Box Grater.
Magic color: Cooking is always magical! This Magic Color suits best in kitchen. Grating or slicing is never boring and tiring again with this Magic Color Box Grater.
Natural Stainless Steel Color : The all time classic. No explanation needed. Don't you think?