Hostess Brushed metal 'Connoisseur' hostess trolley HL6232BS
About this item
This modern, brushed metal hostess trolley helps make entertaining the relaxed and enjoyable experience it should be by allowing food to be prepared in advance and kept hot. The top section opens to reveal 3 heat-resistant glass dishes, while the main cupboard features a warm compartment and 2 heated shelves for a variety of different foods and dishes.
This is a Brushed steel hostess trolley hostess HL6232BS, from the Hostess collection.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by smokeybacon perfect for easy entertaining
fantastic product to make life much easier when entertaining or even just cooking for the family. I only have one bad thing to say about it, which is a sticker on the top of the sliding top stating 'surface gets hot' which didn't come off easily, leaving behind all the glue gum which I still am unable to remove. apart from that I'm very happy with the product.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Cazabaza Very stylish and lives up to all my expectations
Love my hostess tried it out the same day it arrived and was not disappointed can't wait to use it over Christmas. It looks fab in my kitchen.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer it took several goes to get the item to us, and when opened on the wifes birthday it was found to be badly damaged.
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