Men's Toys & Gifts
Luxury Beer Dispenser for your home.
A great addition to any home bar for that professional touch
Fits most 5L beer kegs/barrels
Electronic cooling system with temperature maintained at 3 ~ 8
Makes every glass as refreshing as the first!
Pre Order will take about 4 weeks.
Takara Tomy Arts are back with this Premium Beer Server Gokurei, perfect for the hot summer. "Gokurei" means "extreme cool" and that's exactly what you get with this ultra-chilled beer server! The portable and compact gadget just needs household batteries and then it can serve up very chilled beers for you and your friends.
Just set the lid over a can of beer and slide it into the dispenser. Then add water and ice (and salt to make it extra cold). Turn the Gokurei to "cool" and wait four minutes. Turn it o and wait another minute. Now switch it to "serve" and then a very chilled and cool 4-6°C (39-42°F) beer will come pouring into your glass, ideal for quenching your thirst on a scorching day.
Works for 350ml (11.8 oz) cans (and 500ml, 17 oz but requires longer)
Takes around four minutes for a regular can of beer
Serving temperature: 4-6°C (39-42°F)
Size: 242 x 283 x 134mm (9.5 x 11.1 x 5.3")
Weight: 695g (1.5 lb)
Power: AA batteries x 4 (not included)
Instructions: Japanese (but easy to understand)
For age 21 and above only.
Beautifully crafted wooden stand for your Apple iWatch.
Includes space for your watch charger so it doubles as a charging stand too. (Charger and watch not included)
Comes in light wood or dark wood. Please note that actual colour and grains may vary slightly from photos due to the characteristics of natural wood.
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