THE SEPHRA - 44" Convertible Commercial Chocolate Fountain - Brushed Stainless Steel
New Convertible Model Chocolate Fountain. Can be used as a 44" chocolate fountain and easily converts to a 34" model. Fountain has a capacity of 20 lbs of chocolate fondue. Serves 150+ guests. FREE GROUND SHIPPING within continental USA.
Two chocolate fountains in one!
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The Sephra commercial fountain reaches a height of 44 inches and is perfect for larger chocolate fountain rental events. Constructed with an additional fifth tier, simply remove the extention parts to convert the chocolate fountain to the 34 inch model. For chocolate fountain rentals with 200 plus guests the Sephra is a must for your business. Standing 10 inches taller than the Montezuma - giving each event a real touch of elegance!
ETL Sanitation Certified to NSF Requirements. Removable Basin for Easy Cleaning. Available in brushed 304 food grade stainless steel. Limited Lifetime Warranty. Includes: FREE Shipping to USA, No Sales Tax (outside of CA, ID), Custom double-wall polymer travel cases, FREE listing on www.sephra.com for life!
Max Capacity: 20 lbs
Weight: 56 lb base, 45 lb tierset
Serves: 150+ guests
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- A lasting investment
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I'd say the real game changer is that the largest unit can be compacted down to the 34" size when needed. Makes it easier to find a good spot for the fountains and it's also a nice touch to have two fountains side by side with different tier sets.
Lots of ways you can set up the room to really make the fountains pop. I've also done a few of the colors in the white chocolate which can be really cool to look at. Worth every penny. (Posted on 5/2/2018)
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It will easily serve 150 plus guests and holds 20 pounds of luscious Sephra chocolate. I love it and highly recommend you make this fountain a part of your inventory. It's a real money maker. And let;s face it; that's why we're in business, right? (Posted on 12/8/2017)