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Joseph Joseph Tilt Ergonomic Mixing Bowl

Product Code 6279277
$39.99

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Make cooking easier with the innovative designs of Joseph Joseph range.

This clever mixing bowl has a wrap-around, non-slip base which allows it to be tilted at an angle to make mixing, whisking and combining while baking easier.
  • 4 litre capacity
  • Tilt up to 45 degree while still remaining stable
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  • Make cooking easier with the innovative designs of Joseph Joseph range.

    This clever mixing bowl has a wrap-around, non-slip base which allows it to be tilted at an angle to make mixing, whisking and combining while baking easier.
    • 4 litre capacity
    • Tilt up to 45 degree while still remaining stable
  • Reviews

    Write a Review
    250 characters left
  • Delivery & Returns

    Can you deliver to a P O Box address?

    Yes, we use Courier Post who can deliver to P.O. Box addresses

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