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Kitchen Craft Home Made Stainless Steel Adjustable Jam Funnel
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- Large capacity stainless steel funnel
- With robust handle and a size adaptor
- Ideal for bottling and preserving a variety of jams, vinegar, oils and cordials
- Size: 14cm (D)
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Home made large capacity stainless steel funnel with a robust handle and a size adaptor for filling both small and large bottles and preserving jars. Ideal for bottling and preserving a variety of jams, vinegar, oils and cordials.
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Top Customer Reviews
Great quality product. One key downside for my use is the spout size. At only 3cm, it didn't quite meet my needs . Other Jam funnels have wider spouts around 5cm....
Defo recommend if you do not need a wider spout.
Thank you Home Made Kitchen Craft for this amazing simple yet wonderful piece of kit. My only problem is that although it is adjustable I have difficulty removing the small funnel from the larger one.......I don't care it works so well and cleans so well in the dish washer I just leave it on and use the whole thing when filling small jars.
If I could give this little gem 10 stars then I would give it 12. Love it love it love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly as expected. Really pleased i purchased this as much less mess created when filling jars.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
fantastic product. Prompt delivery does the job brilliantly.Published 2 months ago by Henrietta Henshaw
Could have done with being 3 to 4 cm wider at rim to avoid spillages when pouring from wide pans.Published 3 months ago by Tony Willsher