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Sleeveless Floral Print Splicing Matching Midi Sling Dresses
Sleeveless Floral Print Splicing Matching Midi Sling Dresses Review
Chicago Book Addict: This is one of two peelers I have on hand, the other being a generic/unknown branded peeler I bought at the grocery store. Between the two, this is by far my favorite. No, it isn't revolutionary. But I do think it is better designed than most. The handle has a nice contour to it that seems to be designed to fit in my hand. The handle material also has some cushioning to it, which I appreciate. It doesn't completely eliminate the soreness in my hand if I do a substantial amount of peeling, but I do think it reduces it. Having compared to to my 'generic' peeler, I've noticed the other tends to make my hand feel uncomfortable and sore faster. Many products across the OXO line seem to have handles or grips made of a similar material and I always appreciate how they seem to reduce discomfort. Overall I think this is a great peeler. It's not something you pick up and have an "Oh wow this is amazing!" moment, but I do think it is much better constructed than other peelers I've tried.
Chris: This little peeler is expensive, for what it is - a basic peeler. What makes it worth the price is that it is nicely constructed, has an extremely sharp stainless blade, and the Oxo handle makes it so easy to use. So far this little peeler has handled everything I've thrown at it with ease. Yes, I would recommend it to any cook.
Chris P. "72669": I've long been a fan of OXO utensils but I didn't think there was a good are bad when it came to peelers. I was wrong. I cook quite a bit and had used a peeler recently at my brother's house. When I got this one and used it, it was like night and day. It is surprisingly effective in peeling as if it were super sharp, but I've run it into my hand on accident a couple times and never been cut. There's something about the design of the blade that makes it pretty safe to use and still really quick at peeling. It also comes with a nifty plastic blade cover that I use to protect the blade from dulling in my utensil drawer. Nice little feature.
Christopher A.: I have used this peeler only a few times and it is already quite dull. It is now practically impossible to peel an apple with it, although on straight peels, like carrots, it still works like any other mediocre peeler. Also, the "swivel" never really worked well. It was always difficult to peel a curved surface like an apple with this thing.
Christopher J: I really like this peeler. It is really smooth, easy to clean, and hold fairly well. I do miss the eye removal tool from the standard peelers but the one it provides works well enough. If the eye removal tool was better I would give it five stars