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Joseph McKinney "Mar": It was fine the first few times but then it stopped working altogether. Never did work as far as the part that is supposed to pry off vacuum sealed lids.
Justin Bongard: It really does cut smooth. I can RUB my finger against it and not get cut. It's also built very very sturdy. I definitely could throw it across the room and I'm sure it'd be just fine.Because it cuts around the edge, you can't push the lid in to squeeze water out of tuna cans as easily. I do this still but it's more difficult.Update: I bought myself another traditional one to only use when I want to squeeze water/oil out of tuna/chicken/etc. I use this edge-cutting opener for all other day-to-day uses though since it's much safer and cleaner.
KMW: Since this works by basically prying open the connection between the top of the can and the sides, it doesn't cut down into the food/liquid inside the can. That means it stays clean!I gave up on my trusty SwingAway after many, many years because, in spite of taking care, rust finally did it in. Traditional can opener blades get wet and dirty as they puncture through the top of the can, and you'll spend more time caring for the can opener than opening the can, if you want it to last.This opener doesn't touch the can contents. Go around once, then turn the knob backwards a bit to release the grip of the opener, then (use the little side pliers on the opener, if you like) lift off the top. Open can, clean can opener.
Mary Swearingen "I'm shy in Canon": Don't think I will ever buy another electric can opener again. One more thing off the counter top and this opener fits nicely in the drawer. It is very easy to use, one ( different brand ) I got for my daughter a couple of years ago isn't as easy to use. I love the safety lid cut. My old electric was a safety cut also but it died. My only complaint it the pincher to help remove the lid could work better, it doesn't always grip the lid, somewhat of a pain. I am hoping this will last much longer than my electric one did and when it goes I will buy another.
Merrill R. Mcalister "MRM": My son introduced this to my wife and she to me. We will never go back to the old kind and don't like the electric ones.