WMF Loft Bar Strainer
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- Loft bar strainer in European styling
- Brushed 18/10 stainless steel
- Broad and playful, with different sized holes
- Designed for WMF by German firm Fiedeler & Raasch
- Dishwasher-safe; measures 4 by 6-1/4 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
The springs are well adjusted to fit many varying size Boston shaker tops or other shaker pieces for perfect straining. The strainer holds back everything from ice to mint to basil leaves as you build your cocktails and has been used on our cocktail video show for months without fail.
I knocked one star because it is missing a hole in handle so it can be hung up. I plan to drill one myself shortly.
I can recommend this strainer, especially for a Loft Boston Shaker.
The wire holding the coil is small enough to fit into almost any common glass or shaker. The coil contracts and expands to fit the size of whatever you put it in.
I've had this strainer for about a month. Unless I run over it with my car or throw it off the balcony I expect to have it for years to come.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautifully made. The stainless steel and short handle make this superior to most strainers on the market. Worth the extra money if used a lot.Published on October 13, 2012 by S. Bigbie
If you are looking for a durable strainer, this is the one. Looks beautiful; perfect size and excellent quality. I recommend.Published on September 22, 2012 by eve-on-amazon
Beautiful Pice , Very solid
Well Made , Easy To Hold
WMF Has Excellent Products
Highly Quality Stainless Still
Highly Recommended... Read more
I have the whole set and love them all but I find the strainer especially easy to hold and use while it does a great job and looks nice.Published on November 28, 2011 by Meeples
Best of the Best! No complaints on this product. High quality - you will not be disappointed. Forget cheaper sets - you will only get rust. Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by Vic Fish