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Japanese-Style Coffee Accessories Ceramic Cone Shape V60 Coffee

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Japanese-Style Coffee Accessories Ceramic Cone Shape V60 Coffee

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Product description

Size:L-white filter

Material: ceramic

Size:See pic

Package list:1 * Coffee Filter Cup/1*Filter Cup Holder

Color:White,blue,pink,black,navy,yellow

Item Name:Coffee Filter Cup

Notice:

1.Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.

2.Please allow 1-3cm differences due to manual measurement.

3.Thank you for your kindly understanding.

Japanese-Style Coffee Accessories Ceramic Cone Shape V60 Coffee

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