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Musketeer V2 is a 600ml jug featuring a larger handle, particularly suited for larger or male hands, offering stable handling and straight pours.

Pros:

•Ideal for beginners and intermediate baristas, perfect for cafes focusing on basic latte art patterns.

•The long, narrow spout and 250g weight of the jug make it easy to execute basic pouring techniques.

•Laser-welded handle for durability, with a 0.8mm thickness.

•Includes the JIBBIJUG logo at the base and is available in four matte finish colors.

Cons:

•Wire markings inside the jug are normal during electroplating and do not indicate defects or poor production.

•Rainbow-plated jugs exhibit varying colors; occasional soft spots may appear but are not considered defects.

•Matte coating may show fingerprints after initial use; these can be removed by spraying the surface with glass cleaner and wiping with a microfiber cloth.

Differences Among Musketeer Versions:

•V1: Weighs 240g, features a basic unisex handle.

•V2: Also weighs 240g, with a larger handle.

•V3: Weighs 200g, designed with a narrow spout for drawing.

•V4: Also weighs 200g, featuring a short handle designed for artful pouring.

Jibbi’s Notes

If your latte art appears crooked during pouring, it might not be due to misaligned spouts or handles. Our jugs are crafted with precise tolerance limits. The pointed spout design allows little margin for error, requiring a steady hand and precise movements. In contrast, jugs with large round spouts offer more forgiveness when off-center. Practice will refine your technique, so avoid prematurely attributing issues to the jug alone; consider other factors.

During tulip pours, beginners often tilt or grip the pitcher unevenly, lifting too much for each layer of the tulip, resulting in irregular shapes. To achieve consistent results, keep the cup level, align the spout centrally, and maintain a parallel arm. Slow, controlled pouring onto a dry canvas stabilizes the jug, preventing excessive lifting and ensuring even pours.

Mastering this jug through practice enhances your skills. For those preferring simpler pours or struggling with jug control, our rounded spout model may be more suitable.

Quality Assurance Notice: No Refund or Exchange Below This Mentioned

•All jugs are inspected before shipment. Minor variations in spouts, handles, and bodies due to production tolerances are normal.

•Handle alignment may vary by 1-2mm, which does not affect pouring technique.

•Laser welding marks inside the handle are not defects and do not lead to rust.

•Minor scratches may occur due to the lightweight design intended for latte art performance. Although each jug undergoes thorough inspection, they may not be entirely scratch-free due to this thickness.

•By purchasing a color-coated jug, you acknowledge these conditions, including minor scratches and factory marks on both exterior and interior surfaces. Plated items will naturally tarnish over time with use.

Read Before You Buy:

•Review our quality control, alignment, color coating, return/refund policies before placing your order. By proceeding, you agree to these terms.

•Inspect the item’s quality before first use. Report any issues within 3 days of receipt, along with the order number and unboxing proof.

•No refunds for change of mind, incorrect selections, or used items.

•Color coating may peel, fade, or discolor over time. Contact us within 3 days for major coating issues or defects not mentioned before use.

•Signs of use invalidate return policies.

MUSKETEER 2

$187.00Price
Musketeer V2
    • As the milk jugs are made of stainless steel, there may be slight variations in tolerance during production. However, at JIBBIJUG, we ensure that these variances remain within acceptable levels.
    • To maintain consistency, we use the Paper Metric Scale method to check and indicate tolerance in metric units, as different customers may have varying methods for measuring alignment. This method helps us ensure that the jug is within the desired tolerance range instead of relying on visual inspection alone, which can lead to incorrect assumptions.
    • When manufacturing is completed, we place the jug upside down to position the spout's tip at the midpoint of the scale, then align the rim of the jug left and right until it meets the same number on the scale. We also check the handle placement and ensure it aligns with the same scale measurement. However, there may still be acceptable variations of 1-2mm due to natural material tenacity during the production process.
    • Before packaging and shipping, we conduct individual checks and quality control to ensure that all JIBBIJUG products meet our strictest standards. This includes checking the finish, color, and alignment of the final product.
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