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Sarah: it's just a can opener, but almost 3 years later, i'm still amazed by this kitchen appliance. it opens cans so smoothly, and easily, and it's still clean and rust free. yay oxo!
Sean F. Hanson "Adventure Addict": I bought this on Novermber 30, 2011, but I wanted to wait a little while before I wrote this review. Can openers have been the bane of my existence over the last several years. So, so many of them work great at first, only to fall apart or stop cutting after six months. It's been over eight months now and this opener still works like new.I'm the cook in the house, and I cook a lot. This can opener works very smoothly, with very little effort, is very comfortable in the hands, and has so far stood the test of time. I will update immediately if it does break or lose functionality. If you're reading this and there's no update, it's still working great with heavy usage.
Sheeyore: Started using mine a little over 1 year ago and mechanically it's by far the best working can opener I've used. Sadly, it's obvious that it won't be working for much longer because it's being eaten by rust! I've never washed it in the dishwasher. Since I've had so much trouble finding a can opener that does what it's supposed to in the past this one's been babied - cutting blades rinsed with white vinegar and hand-dried with a dish towel after every use but STILL can't keep the rust at bay. It started in the deep, narrow groove where one side slides into the other and it just keeps spreading. I've tried lightly sanding off the rust in places I can reach but it just keeps creeeeping and with each use the opener gets a little stiffer and more difficult to open/close.Perhaps a more conscientious consumer might've been able to foil what looks suspiciously like OXO's built-in obsolescence with a blow dryer and 15 minutes of can opener maintenance after every Starkist session but there are limits to what I'm willing to do in order to keep a product doing what it's supposed to do. Good thing Starkist also comes in pouches.ETA: After review, I contacted OXO customer service regarding the rust situation and they couldn't give real explanation as to why a "stainless steel" can opener was rusting so badly beyond a vague "it shouldn't do that" sort of response. I was asked to submit photographic evidence of rust in order to receive replacement. I did so without any real hope that replacement would be an improvement since OXO wasn't likely to fix a problem they weren't willing to admit even existed. However, the replacement clearly stated "stainless steel" on packaging, which is something that I never thought to look for on first opener, not anticipating the rust - so there was SOME hope.Sadly, the word "stainless" doesn't seem to mean what I thought it meant because after letting the replacement hang out in a drawer for months and months while I used a grocery store model that did NOT rust despite less gentle treatment (although, in fairness, it did stop working well after about a year - not so much a problem for something priced under $2) I started using it. Again, it was kept far from the dishwasher and dried as thoroughly as practicable after each use and AGAIN...in a matter of weeks, the rust came creeping. Therefore, I'm taking back one of those two stars and steering clear of OXO's over-priced disposables from now on.
Sheila Michaels: This is just too hard to use. I wound up ordering an electric can opener. Another object cluttering the counter.
S. Levanduski: This is a great gadget. Opens cans so easily! Am throwing out my annoying electric can opener. I have had it for a while and no rust either, unlike every other can opener I have had!