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Mugzie MAX 20 Ounce Stainless Steel Cocktail Shaker/Martini Shak

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No more cold and wet hands. Mugzie brand Cocktail Shakers and martini shakers combine the excellent insulation and water-proof properties of neoprene wetsuit material and the beauty of a stainless steel cocktail shaker. The Mugzie' s unique, hand-sewn fabric cover is made from 1/4 inch closed-cell neoprene that is covered with soft, water-proof polyester fabric. The stain-resistant cover is printed in hi-resolution and has full-wrap coverage. The Mugzie has excellent insulating properties to keep beverages hot or cold. The cushioned cover affords a secure grip and eliminates condensation and sweating. Mugzie Cocktail Shaker features a built-in ice strainer as well as a removable lid. The counter-weighted bottom provides stability. 20 Ounce Capacity. Features spill-proof removable lid and a non-skid bottom. Dishwasher safe top. Hand wash cup is recommended. Made in the U.S.A. Patented.

Mugzie MAX 20 Ounce Stainless Steel Cocktail Shaker/Martini Shak

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