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Product description

Feature:

1. Easy to clean and easy to disassemble, perfectly fits for coffee machine.
2. Particularly fits for TSK‑1837/1837A/B/1837AM/BM/RAS Coffee Machine.
3. Easy to install, can directly replace the old or damaged one.
4. Made of high quality silicone material, non toxic, flexible and safe to use.
5. Built to meet or exceed standard specification, strictly follow factory quality control.


Spec:

Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Coffee Machine Sealing Ring
Material: Silicone
Color: As shown in the picture
Outer Diameter: Approx.58mm / 2.28in
Upper Inner Diameter: Approx.47.5mm / 1.87in
Bottom Inner Diameter: Approx.43.5mm / 1.71in
Height: Approx.9.5mm / 0.37in
Weight: Approx.10g/0.4oz
Fitment: Fit for EUPA TSK-1837/1837A/B/1837AM/BM/RAS


Package List:

1 x Coffee Machine Sealing Ring


Notice:

1. Please allow 1‑2cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

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