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BITTERGURKA Watering can, white,

Price ₩ 16900

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The idea with BITTERGURKA watering can is that it looks so good that it’s easy leave on display when you’re not using it. Then it’s always close at hand – and makes it easy to remember to water the plants.

Article Number103.680.69

Product details

The watering can is both functional and decorative, with a tall slim shape that resembles the trunk of a birch tree.

Designer

Carl Hagerling

  • Material
    Body:
    Stainless steel, Polyester powder coating
    Handle:
    Bamboo, Clear nitrocellulose lacquer
  • Colour

    Please refer to product description or image.

    Components

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    Size

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    Weight

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    Material

    Please refer to Materials & care tab

    Manufacturer

    IKEA of Sweden AB

    Country Of Manufacture

    CHINA

    Importer

    IKEA KOREA

    Shipping And Installation Costs

    Please refer to IKEA Services page

    Warranty Information

    Quality assurance is provided according to IKEA quality assurance policy.

    Exchange & Return Service

    IKEA Korea/ 1670-4532

    Launch Date Of Same Model

    2/1/2017

    User Instruction

    Please refer to Materials & care tab

    Manufacture Date

    Manufactured Date : Refer to product package surface e.g) 1246=12(YY)46(WW)

Measurements

Height: 30 cm

Volume: 2 l

  • BITTERGURKAArticle Number103.680.69

    Width: 26 cm

    Height: 12 cm

    Length: 30 cm

    Weight: 0.49 kg

    Package(s): 1

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Material

What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing things – without losing its valuable properties.