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cryogini: I've avoided getting a salad spinner for years because they take up so much room, but we eat so many leafy greens that it no longer made sense not to have one. I love this OXO spinner. It is attractive, and it works wonderfully. No more wet salads or trying to dry off veggies with paper towels. It's easy to use ... the brake is genius, and the handle will lock down flat if you need to save space. I highly recommend it.
csm: I bought this when it came on a gold box deal shortly after I had had a party and my salad had been diluted with all the water that had remained on the red romaine lettuce I was using. Aggravated for the last time, I was very happy to see this come on a gold box offer. It's small for a larger leaf lettuce such as romaine, but I tore it up in smaller pieces and away it went. It's so easy my three-year-old figured it out before I did! This is a great purchase but I'm also going to get the larger one to do larger leaf lettuce. I love this thing!
curious cook: I love the mini version of this salad spinner. It holds enough greens for a couple of dinner salads, works very well, and it's easy to store because of the smaller size. Mine has been going strong for a couple of years. I love it for washing and drying herbs from the garden in the summer.
C.V. May "Searching for The Good Stuff": The Zyliss Salad Spinner I owned never actually failed to work, but pulling the cord several times while holding the bowl steady was an annoying nuisance. Cruising kitchenware at Sur La Table. By luck, I encountered this larger sized Oxo Good Grips Salad Spinner. After trying the Oxo's efficient, easy to use push-down plunger, and its no-wobble action, I was sold on the spot. The 20th Century Zyliss went into the Goodwill box. Now I use this 21st Century, much improved Oxo salad spinner. Sure beats drying with paper towels while also wasting trees to make the towels (by the way, use more sponges and use less paper towels, I say).The spinner dries very well, yet works better if you empty the excess water and spin again if you want very dry greens and herbs. It takes just a few seconds to do this. The nearly vertical bowl saves space when storing...I like that. It is easy to clean and easy to use. The designers at OXO seem to work hard at achieving excellence...a very bright and clever crew indeed.I have many of their well-designed products such as the Oxo mandolin, colander, apple/pear divider, Uplift teakettle, and de-greasing cup. Too bad they discontinued their fly swatter...it is just perfect with its thick handle, excellent balance, and tapering shaft...with it I have remorselessly terminated many flies and moths with a deft flick of the wrist...deadly accurate. Oxo utensils are good too, but the handles are quite thick requiring a large canister to store just a few of them, so I prefer restaurant-grade Amco utensils with the thinner handles.I have had no problems with this product at all, and do not anticipate breakage. From what I have read, Oxo is famed for its readiness to refund your money, or replace items, if you are not totally satisfied. This spinner seems durable and functions very well, and comes recommended by me, for what that is worth, for your salad and herb drying pleasure.I hope this was helpful to you. If you have questions, please reply in the Comment section below...I would be glad to help.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________MY NEW BLOG: thegoodstuffreviews.blogspot.com
DAK: love the wider base and straighter sloped sides. much more stable on the counter to pump up reaching G force speeds... really do love it.