Score By Feature Based on 11 ratings
|Easy to clean||4.7|
|Easy to use||4.6|
|Value for money||4.4|
HIC Japanese Style Double Jigger Product Description
Japanese jiggers from HIC are made of steel that is 18/8 stainless steel and brushed for a smooth feel. Jiggers from this brand are most certainly different from others because of the precise measurements that can be found within. The bag gives you not only 1 or 2 ounces of product but 0.5 and 0.75 ounces too.
- His double cocktail jigger measures ingredients when mixing beverages or making cocktails or other mixed drinks in the Japanese style.
- This versatile accessory comes in 18/8 stainless steel with a brushed finish. It gives flatware and bar accessories an elegant look it is also made with precise measurements.
- Using , the smaller jigger measures up to 30 ml (1 ounce). It's five ounces (15 milliliters) and it's The inside of the container has 22-milliliter increments of 75-ounces (232 milliliters) each.
- Jiggers with larger capacities measure up to two ounces (60 milliliters) and have a diameter of one inch. Inside the package there is a mark showing the 5 ounces (45 ml) increment.
- This product can be washed in the dishwasher.
Questions & Answers
Selected User Reviews For HIC Japanese Style Double Jigger
The OXO Steel Double Jigger that we bought in April was "highly recommended (5/5)
" We got this tool to replace it. Amazon probably would've taken it back, due to the fact that they just sell stuff, not design it. The OXO is now in the Goodwill pile. It's our fault because we chose something on looks, instead of figuring out that OXO designed theirs just to look like a cross between their logo and a martini glass, and gave no thought to functionality. This HIC holds a lot more liquor than the OXO and you don't have to worry about spilling it whenever you get close to filling it- A glass that is flawless. A cocktail jigger is what you need if you are planning on enjoying a cocktail. It is an excellent product, well made, well designed, and I would recommend it to anyone using it.
Emiliano Hudson - 15/03/2021
Build quality is good (5/5)
A cheap price. A line at 1/2, 3/4, and 1 is clearly marked on the inside. The 5 ounces jar contains 54 In addition to 1 oz, there are markings for 1/2 oz and 3/4 oz on the smaller 1 oz side. In the center of the big 2 oz side, there is a 1 oz inner line. The 5 ounces jar contains 54 The build quality is excellent, given how low the price is. It took some time getting used to dumping fast into glass using a tall Japanese style jigger, but the margin for error during pouring is significantly better than with the shorter It is also easier to pour full 2 oz pours without allowing the liquid to drag if I use the tall style jigger versus the short style jigger. Using the short style jiggers, it is very easy to underpour if you aren't pouring until you get a good meniscus. You should measure 1 as soon as possible if you have not previously done it. I transferred the 1. 05 oz and then measured out 5 oz exactly. You will be amazed at how close you can get to 1 oz if you put 5 oz in a short style 2 oz jigger. A jigger with a capacity of 2 ounces is set to the top of the 5 ounce mark.
Julien Salas - 19/05/2021
A quarter ounce is not sufficient (1/5)
We are measuring. In the end, this should work for you if you don't mind slightly inaccurate measurements in your drinks. But The trick is to use ingredients that work well together, not to add too much so that the balance is thrown off. People who make drinks that contain Fernet Branca, green chartreuse, or over proof rums can appreciate what little extra it takes to throw balanced drinks off. It is common for these ingredients to be added to drinks in amounts of a quarter or an eighth of an ounce at a time. You must go by eyeball here since the quarter ounce is not specified. In addition, reading the graduations on the included bottles is challenging, and getting the one ounce pour just right can easily result in I believe, as best as I can tell, the pour of one ounce was slightly off, but not that far off. These criticisms should not be applied to the Oxo jiggers in any case.
Riggs HILTON - 07/04/2021
The size of the ounces is wrong (2/5)
There should be There is an accurate 1. 02 ounce measurement on the "two" ounce side. The five ounce line is right at but the two ounce line is way The 1 oz side can be tested by doubling it in a glass and then filling it back up. The thing is, it was short when I poured it in the 2 oz side. What the heck!.
Emanuel Bradford - 18/07/2021
There is a poor quality to the product (1/5)
Even after only one day of use, this thing broke. Do not even bother to waste your money on it. It was a very disappointing experience.
Ramona McDonald - 03/01/2021
It is of good quality and size, but I am not sure about the It's great quality, I like the size, it's a little big compared to my previous jigger, but I haven't seen another one as of yet (5/5)
*br>I have no idea what the size means because the larger side of the bag says "1. 0". On the exact same spot, the inside of the packaging says "5oz" and the outside says "2oz. ". I tend not to care very much about this because I use it at home most of the time and do not mind overpouring. The only way I drank liquor before I owned this was to pour it directly into my cup.
Jaylen Maddox - 03/08/2021
This is a very sturdy and well-made product (5/5)
Because the pandemic has caused everyone to stay at Keeping up with the times and investing in some real tools/gear helped me up my cocktail game. I like the capacity and the ratio in this picture By adding a little extra to the lip on the tall side and a little less to the lip on the short side, you find that you can get away with just It contains 5 ounces of water and 0 grams of fat. The weights are 75 oz (short) and 1 lb. The tallest one is 5 oz (1. 5 pounds). Throughout the interior, the marks are scored in various places I just thought I'd mention it). The more slender/taller Japanese style is much easier for me to hold and I find it much faster to dispense more accurate mixed drinks with this setup. The ingredients in alcohol, acid, or sugar are 1 (alcohol, acid, sugar In the interior marks, these measurements support single shot measurement with more traditional methods, such as *br>2 Here are the first two items A 50-ounce bottle contains zero fluid ounces. A 75-fl oz bottle containing zero fluid ounces. In both cases, two lip measures are better than one - one using the mouth and one using the lip. Right? A double is better than one, isn't it? 2. *br> The first two are 1. One fl oz. has a volume of 00 fluid ounces. One fl oz. has a volume of 00 fluid ounces. There are two main ratios in it, the first is 00 fl oz, and the other is fair. I have six 3. Following are three examples of It is a 50 fl oz bottle. Amount is 00 fl oz. A sturdy stainless steel tank with a capacity of 75 fl oz - the tank is constructed of thick stainless steel. With this, I can measure with shot glasses or eyeballing for a long time to come, and it will last for a long time.
Amora Glenn - 05/03/2021
Definitely must have (5/5)
I personally have gotten used to mixing drinks more and more. When it comes to getting the right amount in the drinks, I required some sort of reliable measurement. There are different measurements on this, which is great for efficiency and for improving measurement accuracy.
Landen SHARPE - 29/03/2021