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Heavy Duty Copper and Stainless Steel Bread Box $20 (75% off) + Free Shipping @ DailySale.com


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#1 magickallight  OFFLINE  

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Posted Aug 16, 2019 - 12:41 am

DailySale.com offers this attractive and useful
Heavy Duty Copper and Stainless Steel Bread Box
Retail: $79.99
DailySale Price: $20.00
Your Savings: 75%
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This large bread box has a stylish stainless steel design that keeps all your baked goods fresh and delicious. The large capacity rolltop bread box allows you to keep bagels, cookies, sliced or loaf bread, and more for longer than just storing them in a bag. The box measures 17" x 11" x 7.5". The rolling top allows the bread boxes to open smoothly. The cool and dark bin, keeps bread and baked goods from getting stale. While this metal bread box is large enough to hold two loaves of bread, the rolling lid ensures that these large bread boxes don’t take up any extra counter space when you open the lid.

Features: 

  • Large container can easily hold 2 loaves of bread, and keeps your kitchen counter looking tidy and organized.
  • Won’t rust due to their stainless steel design. You can trust this bagel keeper bread box to last for years.
  • Cool dark interior, keeping your baked goods fresher for longer. Even when used as a sliced sandwich bread box, the sliced bread will stay fresh.
  • Dimensions: 17" x 11" x 7.5", and with that amount of storage, it’s perfect to house your tasty, delectable and yummy baked goods. It fits nicely on your countertop on a buffet table.
  • The bread keeper box door can be opened and closed by smoothly rolling it up and down, providing easy access to store items and keeping them fresh.

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