Cambro PS1014186 Rectangular Penny-Saver School Tray - 6 Compartment, 10x14 1/2" Navy Blue

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KaTom #: 144-PS1014186 • MPN: PS1014186

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Retail Price: $79.80
$37.82 / 1 Dozen

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Cambro PS1014186 Description

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The Cambro PS1014186 Penny-Saver compartment tray is made of copolymer plastic and is navy blue. Its textured surface reduces scratching, and it has five food compartments and one compartment for utensils.

Product Details

  • Part of the Penny-Saver series
  • Copolymer plastic construction
  • Navy blue material
  • Textured surface minimizes scratching
  • 5 food compartments and 1 utensil compartment
  • Dishwasher safe
  • BPA free
  • Overall dimensions: 1412 in. L x 10 in. W x 34 in. D

Penny-Saver School Tray, 6-compartment, 10" x 14-1/2", rectangular, full portion, textured surface, scratch resistant, dishwasher safe, co-polymer, navy blue

Cambro PS1014186 Specifications

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Manufacturer Cambro
Color Navy Blue
Product Compartment Tray
Product Type Kitchen Tools & Supplies
Weight 13.61

Cambro PS1014186 Customer Reviews

  • 4 out of 5
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Fhfjxnxn said...
"My school uses these every day"

Presidio School said...
"We ordered 5 dozen to replace a different brand. If a student drops one of these i know its not going to break. Very happy and ordering more."

Lunchtray Lady said...
"I was expecting melamine, since that's what most school lunch trays are made of and the picture appears that way. I didn't read the fine print ab..."

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  • 4 out of 5
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  • This is great

    By on May 15, 2017

    "My school uses these every day"
  • Very happy.

    By on October 30, 2013

    "We ordered 5 dozen to replace a different brand. If a student drops one of these i know its not going to break. Very happy and ordering more."
  • Plastic

    By on July 28, 2011

    "I was expecting melamine, since that's what most school lunch trays are made of and the picture appears that way. I didn't read the fine print about the plastic it's made of. They are a cheap looking plastic, definitely not the cool/retro style I was excited about ordering."
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