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Winco WH-1 Condiment Holder with Chrome-Plated Wire & Ball Feet

Winco WH-1 Condiment Holder with Chrome-Plated Wire & Ball Feet

Product Code: WH-1
Availability: In Stock
Reg. Price $6.69
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Use the Winco WH-1 Condiment Holder with Chrome-Plated Wire & Ball Feet in your cafe´, restaurant or hotel to provide your guests with salt, pepper and sugar. Made of chrome-plated steel, it has a classic look that makes it suitable for all kinds of establishments. In addition, it can handle years of heavy use without bending out of shape.

This condiment holder has two rings to hold salt and pepper and its side compartments are perfect for storing standard sized sugar packets. For added stability, it has round ball feet, so it sits securely without toppling over. Place one at every table so your patrons can season their food easily.

  • Chrome-plated wire construction
  • Ball feet and center clip
  • Compatible with the Winco PPH-SERIES, G-110, G-111
  • 9-1/5" x 5" x 5-3/10"
  • Brand:
  • Winco
  • Model #:
  • WH-1
  • Ship weight:
  • 9 oz
  • Sold As:
  • 1
  • Color
  • Silver
  • Shape
  • Rectangle
  • Type
  • Condiment Holders
  • Construction
  • Wire
  • Handles
  • Yes
  • Product Height
  • 5 to 6 1/2 in.
  • Product Length
  • 8 1/8 to 9 3/4 in.
  • Product Width
  • 5 to 6 1/4 in.
  • # of Compartments
  • 4
  • Length:
  • 9.25"
  • Height:
  • 5.31"

Questions & Answers

Question asked by: sam

Q: Are the white and black containers included ?

Answered by: Stacy - LionsDeal Product Specialist
A: The sugar packet holders shown in the photo are not included with the holder rack. They can be purchased separately on our site in black, white or clear: Winco model numbers pph-1k, pph-1w and pph-1c respectively.
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