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Product description

Size Name:12oz - 350ml Can Crusher

  • Maximize space in your recycle bins
  • Sizes: 16oz (500ml) - 12oz (350ml)
  • High leverage design makes recycling easy
  • Easy grip handle for ultimate control when crushing
  • Cushion rubber grip handle for comfortable use every time
  • Heavy duty 16 gauge steel construction
  • Powder coat finish
  • Handy bottle opener on the bottom
  • Crushes cans to 20% of original size
  • High leverage design with soft grip handle
  • Comes with wall mounting screws and fixings
  • Strong durable design

Can Crusher Bottle Opener - Heavy Duty Aluminium Drinking Tin



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