5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Fingerprint Proof Stainless Steel Bread Bin

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Product Description

Fingerprint Proof Stainless Bread Boxbrabfingeropen300

Consider this stainless steel bread box by Brabantia® for a contemporary and attractive way to store bread.

Features a unique fingerprint proof finish matte finish for a clean polished look.

Made of  corrosion resistant, high grade stainless steel and room for up to two loaves, or one loaf and other items like butter dish, honey jar, etc. Flat top allows for storage of canisters etc. on top of it. The Brabantia roll top bread box has a base with knobbly pattern for proper ventilation. Rubberized door stop helps dampen noise when closing.

Dimensions: 17.5″ wide x 10.75″ deep x 6.75″ tall.

10 year warranty
Made in Belgium

Fingerprint Proof Stainless Bread Box

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Additional Information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions .1 x .1 x .1 in

2 reviews for Fingerprint Proof Stainless Bread Box

  1. 5 out of 5


    Love this bread box. It is an attractive-looking appliance, is very solidly constructed, and looks like it will last a lifetime (or two). After my bread is completely cooled, we just wrap it in a tea towel and put in the bread box. My primary loaf is a whole-grain spelt loaf, and that can last a whole week in there without any mold issues, and without getting too dried-out. There is plenty of room for a couple loaves, or for a butter dish. The only con is that it does take up a good deal of counter space (which is precious in our household) — but I don’t really see any way around it. If you think you are going have to store more than one boule, or if you you try to store baguettes or longer-shaped breads, then you just have to make room for it. It is worth it! 🙂

  2. 5 out of 5


    My spouse was skeptical when this bread bin showed up on our kitchen counter. He worried about how we’d manage to keep it clean and whether it was really worth the counter space it occupied. A couple of weeks and a several loaves of bread later, he’s a believer. My fresh-baked bread keeps longer in the bin. The bin is easy to clean to – I tip it over the sink to shake out the crumbs and run over the surfaces with a towel sprayed with vinegar and water. And actually, because bread stays moist, the only crumbs are cornmeal or seeds that aren’t in the bread.

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