KitchenCraft Footed Stainless Steel Double-Handle Colander, 24.5 cm (9.5″)

October 10, 2018 - Comment

Kitchen Craft Stainless Steel 24cm Colander KCTWHCOL24 – Classic style footed stainless steel colander, with a flat bottom bowl, mirror polished finish and twin wire side handles. Ideal for a variety of kitchen tasks. – Capacity: 5 litres – Size: 24cm – Dishwasher safe. – Tagged. Product Features You don’t have to break the bank

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Kitchen Craft Stainless Steel 24cm Colander KCTWHCOL24

– Classic style footed stainless steel colander, with a flat bottom bowl, mirror polished finish
and twin wire side handles. Ideal for a variety of kitchen tasks.

– Capacity: 5 litres
– Size: 24cm
– Dishwasher safe.
– Tagged.

Product Features

  • You don’t have to break the bank to own one of these high-quality, lightweight, rust-resistant stainless steel colanders
  • Features large draining holes for quick, efficient straining of pasta, veg and homemade stocks
  • With riveted twin handles for easy carrying, and a footed base so it stays safe and secure as you pour hot water through
  • Classic look, with a contrasting satin bowl and polished base. Hang it up by its handle, and it makes a fine display piece
  • This stainless steel strainer measures 24.5 cm (9½”) wide. It’s dishwasher safe and comes with a 12 month guarantee

Comments

Mark Duff says:

Very poor quality and not the same as the photo I am assuming that this item is being provided from more than one seller based on some of the other reviews. The one I received from “One Click Wonder” is very low quality and nothing like the photo. I know it is cheap but the photo looks exactly like the one I have owned for the past 20 years. The one I received is very thin metal and the handles are stuck on rather than rivoted as shown in the photo.

Sandford says:

Poor design These colanders may be cheap, but if you want to drain anything properly, there are insufficient drainage holes in the bottom of the colander. For certain draining, you have to tip the colander on the side, which for me defeats the object. I am perplexed as to why the drainage holes are so poorly arranged, so a basic design fault. Also, to increase the drainage problem, there is a convex shape to the metal, meaning that there is always a small residue collected at the bottom of the colander. I…

Chris W says:

You get what you pay for. Very poor quality colander. When mine arrived it was scratched, covered in black dirt on the stainless steel and the manufacturing quality was very poor around the rivets attaching the body to the handles. The bowl is very flimsy, and the base was already bent and dented as it arrived and before I even used it, but In general the stainless steel is very thin. Apart from it being faulty when it arrived, it was smaller than I expected, but I guess that I should have read the sizing more closely…

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