KitchenArt 25000 Select-A-Spice Auto-Measure Carousel Professional Series, White
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9 x 8. 75 x 4 inch, each Canister holds 4. 5 oz. Each Made of durable White plastic Get exact amount needed without measuring spoons, twist the dial for a perfect 1/4 tsp. Measurement Includes 12 removable spice compartments on a rotating base and 55 spice labels (spices not included) Mounts under a cabinet or shelf, or fully stackable for easy storage of 24, 36 or 48 different spices Includes 12 spice dispensers Patented Auto-Measure dial Shakes and pours Mounting base Safe to use in the dishwasher
In need of easy storage for your spices The Select-A-Spice Auto-Measure Carousel Professional Series provides a unique way to store and sort cooking spices. The Auto-Measure Carousel can be mounted under the cabinet or double stacked. 55 spice labels are included for you to apply to the 12 canisters for easy assortment (spices not included). Each canister holds 4.5 oz. of spices and automatically measures a perfect 1/4 tsp with each click. The canister also gives you the option to either shake or pour your spices out. Witness the space-saving functionality of this useful tool.Install this plastic spice/herb storage-and-dispensing unit under a cabinet (mount included) or place it in a cupboard or on your countertop. The carousel holds 12 dispensers and rotates 360 degrees, providing instant access to a whole shelf of spices and dried herbs. Buy two carousels and stack them with an adaptor (included) so 24 spices and herbs can be stored compactly. Each dispenser offers three methods of dispensing contents. First, an automatic measurer operates by turning a dial; with each click of the dial, 1/4 teaspoon of the selected spice or herb cascades from the dispenser's bottom. Second, each dispenser has a shaker top. Finally, each dispenser has an opening large enough to accommodate measuring spoons. (This is also the opening through which you fill the dispensers.) Forty-four stick-on labels are included; most are printed with the names of common spices and herbs, but there are six blank labels as well.