New 26 oz. (Ounce) Large Cocktail Shaker, Martini Shaker, Malt Milkshake Cup, Polished Stainless Steel, Commercial Grade (1, A)
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- Fits standard pint size glasses for shaking
- Multi-mixing use for cocktail or milkshake
- Mirror-polish stainless steel
- 26-Once volume capacity
- Commercial grade quality
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The shaker is made of sturdy stainless steel that gives an attractive mirror polish finish and functionally fits one-pint glasses for cocktail shaking.
Height - 7 Inches
Diameter (top) - 3 5/8 Inches
Diameter (base) - 2 3/8 Inches
Volume - 26 Ounces
Top Customer Reviews
My only gripe in using this for drinking is that the cup edges aren't rounded, so it's not the most comfortable on the sides of your mouth or lips. It's like putting your mouth on a cookie cutter but hey for $5 I'm not complaining.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This shaker would be fine except it's actually 28 oz so it won't work as a cap for the 28 oz shaker I already have. Change the description.Published 2 months ago by Dustin whitmore
I use this not to mix drinks but for keeping drinks colder longer, particularly water.Published 22 months ago by Softball G.
Needed a shaker that is sized to work with standard pint glass-this is IT!Published on August 9, 2014 by Dana Spencer
This is a solid quality product and weighted. I am more than satisfied. I use mine to hold my toiled brush ;)Published on April 7, 2014 by Hayden Smiley
Wanted a large cup for water, or ice water, or that I could muddle lemon, lime, and mint, or crush ice. This was amazingly cheap and well made.Published on June 13, 2013 by tspoon
can someone explain to me how stainless steel can rust? More junky stuff from China. I have to wash by hand so it does not rust along the bottom. Annoying.Published on April 21, 2013 by fiberartist