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The Musketeer V3 V2 is a lightweight (200g), advanced drawing tool with a 0.7mm thickness,  lightweight design for complex patterns.

  • It has new features such as a handle position to minimize blurring at the start, a new logo on the handle, and a thinner embossed logo for authenticity purposes.
  • Final sale! Receive a complimentary Etching Pen ($29) to address the visibility of interior scratches from the stamped handle logo on this model. No exchanges or refunds are applicable for this item.



  • The Musketeer V3's lightweight design (200g) enables drawing with more elements in the cup, allowing for wiggle flow and drawing abilities (e.g., drawing shadow leaves and outlines).
  • It boasts a UNISEX, laser-welded handle at 8cm in length, designed for both males and females.
  • Its handle position ensures that milk flow drops straight down without a sliding angle that could lead to blurring at the start.
  • It comes with a Milk frothing measuring level to help users achieve the right froth and minimize wastage.
  • The Musketeer V3 is great for basic patterns in a small 6oz cup.



  • The V2 model will have interior scratches (see photos) from the laser logo application process on the handle, which are unavoidable after color coating. A stable mechanical holder is required during the laser process. Please review the photos before deciding. If you cannot accept these scratches, consider exploring alternative models.
  • Dents or factory marks may occur on the jug, primarily at the bottom, due to the 0.7mm thickness of the material, which is more susceptible to factory marks or dents than thicker materials. These imperfections are not defects or transit damages.

  • Wire markings inside the milk jug are typical during the electroplating process. The wire is used to secure the jug during electroplating, resulting in the mark appearing afterward. This marking does not indicate any defect or substandard production.
  • Rainbow-plated jugs feature a spectrum of colors, so anticipate seeing a variety of hues on each jug. Small soft spots may be visible from the process, but they are not defects


Jibbi's notes:

  • If your pour seems crooked, it’s natural to think the spout or handle of the jug is misaligned. However, they are within acceptable tolerance limits and don’t cause the uneven pour. The sharply pointed spout resembles an eagle’s beak, intentionally crafted for clean lines and bold contrasts.
  • Compared to pitchers with large spouts, this design demands a steady hand and precise movements due to its pointed shape, offering little room for error. Though initially challenging, practice will undoubtedly improve your pouring skills. I recommend refraining from blaming the tool without considering other factors first.
  • During a tulip pour, beginners often tilt the cup or hold the pitcher unevenly, leading to crooked pours. To avoid this, maintain a level cup, align the spout's center, and ensure your arm remains parallel to the cup. Slowly pour onto a dry canvas at the center, keeping the spout close to the surface. Avoid lifting it too quickly or too high, as this may cause the pitcher to lose its position, resulting in a lopsided pour.
  • Once you become accustomed to it through practice, the pitcher can help you master a highly valuable skill. However, if you struggle to hold cups and pitchers correctly and prefer a simpler pour, we recommend considering our rounded spout model.


Differences between The Musketeer V3 Versions:

  • V3: 200g, drawing handle, 8cm length.
  • V3. V2 with logo on handle and updated handle placement for drawing.


Please carefully assess the quality condition of our milk jugs as refunds or exchanges are not available. 

  • Prior to shipment, all jugs are inspected. Please be aware that there may be small, but acceptable, variations in the spouts, handles, and bodies between the left and right sides due to natural tenacity and tolerance in the production process.
  • Handle alignment may vary by 1-2mm, which falls within an acceptable tolerance level and does not impact pouring or pouring technique.
  • Laser welding will leave visible marks on the inside of the handle, but this is not a defect and will not lead to rusting. 
  • While polishing or coating the metal, it may come into contact with another object, resulting in minor scratches on the exterior and interior surfaces of the jug. Although we make efforts to carefully inspect each jug, we cannot guarantee that every stainless steel product will be completely scratch-free.
  • By agreeing to purchase a color-coated jug, you acknowledge that the mentioned conditions are not defects but rather part of the production process, which may include minor scratches and factory marks on both the exterior and interior surfaces. Please note that any plated item will naturally tarnish over time and with use.


Read Before You Buy

  • Review our QC, alignment, color coating, return/refund, and No Change of Mind policies before placing your order. Please agree to these policies.
  • Check item quality before first use. If you have any issues, please report us within 3 days of receiving it, along with the order number and proof of Unboxing. 
  • No refunds allowed for a change of mind or incorrect selections or after used. 
  • Color coating may peel, fade, or discolour over time. 
  • Contact us within 3 days to replace major coating issues or defects not mentioned before use.
  • Signs of used jugs void Return policies


    • Please be aware that slight differences in color tones may be present in some areas and that there may be tiny soft spots or scratches on the metal in rare cases. The appearance of the coatings depends on the color schemes, methods, finish, and materials used, as well as surface chemical treatments.
    • The Color Electroplating is intended to appear only on the exterior surface of the jug, but may sometimes unintentionally appear on the interior. Color imperfections inside the jug are common to all jugs with color application and are not defects.
    • The wire markings on the inside of the milk jug are a normal occurrence during the electroplating process. The wire is used to hold the jug in place during electroplating, so the mark will appear after the process is complete. This marking does not signify any defect or poor production.
    • Different combinations of blue shades (such as Aqua, Purple, Dark Blue or Light Blue) may be present in one jug and this is normal and not a defect.
    • Fingerprints are easily visible on the blue surface after the first use, but this is not a color defect and can be removed with a microfiber cloth.
    • All jugs are made from a mold and produced by a machine that bends the sheet metal. As a result, the metal may come into slight contact with another object and get scratched. Although we take great care in examining each jug, we cannot guarantee that every stainless steel product will have a flawless surface. However, scratches will not affect the jug's functionality or ability to froth milk.
    • Electroplating color will last longer, but some series are coated with other methods like Teflon or Painting, so we recommend delicate hand washing to preserve the color as long as possible. Do not soak in chemicals, as this can result in color abrasion.
    • RoseGold/Blue Plating may cause the copper or blue at the surface to oxidize normally, resulting in marks, stains, or tarnish on the surface. This is not a defect and is expected over time and wear.

    For washing and care

    • The jug is not dishwasher safe and should be hand washed with delicate care.
    • It is not chemical resistant and cannot retain color.
    • Soak the jug with citric acid/vinegar/baking soda to remove stains and fingerprints or use a glass cleaner spray followed by wiping with a microfiber cloth.
    • If using Caffeto "Coffee Machine Cleaning Powder," do not soak for more than 10 minutes and supervise to avoid uneven soaking or misuse that can cause color damage.
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