What is the difference between the Rhino Professional and Rhino Classic Milk Pitchers?
The most obvious difference is that the professional pitchers have measurement markings on the inside of the pitcher, where the Classics do not. The Professional pitchers are made of thicker/heavier steel – they are well weighted in the handle and more resilient. They are also very slightly different in shape, in that the pouring spout of the Pro pitcher is smaller/shallower, where the Classic one has more of a lip.
The Rhino color pitchers are based on the Professional pitcher in shape and weight (they are essentially coated versions of the same item).
Rhino Professional Pitchers provide optimum heat retention with the 1mm thick stainless body. The pitcher provides a professional feel and is perfect for both domestic and commercial environments.
The Professional range has internal laser-etched measurements on both sides of the pitcher, with the scaled increments are set in both millimeters and ounces. Unlike other branded pitchers where stamped increments can be seen on the outer wall of the pitcher, the laser etching maintains a smooth and clean finish.
The increments provide a stable ‘fill mark’ meaning baristas can consistently hit a particular increment for various-sized cups, minimizing wastage and in turn saving money on the daily milk bill.
The Stealth Pitcher is where Rhino Coffee Gear has taken their premium range to a whole new level.
The Stealth pitchers feature the 1mm body from the professional range as a foundation, with a premium dual non-stick coating added to both the inside and outside walls. The dual non-stick coating is what sets Rhino aside from other popular brands.
The Stealth range also includes a premium finish which is highly regarded as one of the most durable coatings available. Unlike other colored pitchers that are currently available with color on external walls only, the Rhino Stealth range is coated internally and externally, as all materials used are 100% food safe.
The various colors available can be used to easily distinguish various milk types in a busy café, or the color variances can also be used to complement the café or household theme.