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Evriholder Corn Cobber Kernel Remover


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  • Easily remove kernels from cob
  • Ergonomic handle
  • Angled blade contours to cob
  • Safer than knives
  • 10-3/4-Inch by 4-1/4-Inch by 0-1/2-Inch
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003IUBUEY
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  • Item model number: COBBR
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #203,088 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Remove corn kernels from the cob with ease using this innovative new cutting tool. Designed with an easy to grip ergonomic handle and concave cutting blade; simply grip the cob with one hand and pull the Corn CobbR towards you with quick short strokes. The kernels come off with ease. And, the Corn CobbR is a much safer solution than kitchen knives.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KBG on September 30, 2010
Fine idea, poor execution. It seems as though this product did not go through any actual testing prior to being manufactured and sold. Take a look at the photo. In order to cut the corn, one must hold the cob in one hand and with the other hand, pull the blade toward the holding hand. While the blade is fairly sharp, it is not sharp enough to allow for an easy pull. Rather, one must pull quite hard in order to actually cut the corn. When pulling hard, the corn inevitably breaks at some point causing the momentum of the cutter to quickly move toward the holding hand. This is an accident waiting to happen. I tried to use it once, my husband tried it once, the Cobber went straight into the trash. The product may have worked if the cutting side of the blade was on the opposite side. The cob then could've been stood upright on a plate and the cobber could've been pushed down toward the plate in order to make the cut.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By aphreal on June 5, 2011
This is a piece of junk. That really is all I can say about it. I tried to use it and ended up going back to a knife after one ear of corn. We eat a LOT of corn on the cob and I make soups and salads with the kernals so I thought this would be a good idea. Boy was I wrong. The only good thing I got out of it was the 3 free ears of corn for buying it. Plus at the store, it's a lot cheaper than online.
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I like this tool but it's best used when the cob has cooled...unless you can hold onto hot corn cobs, then I guess you'd be fine! ;-)
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I'm sure this will do what it says, I haven't used it much so take it for what's it's worth. But it seems to me that the plastic is not real durable and with a bit to much muscle would snap in 2. But works fine.
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By Elizabeth Olson on July 24, 2013
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I thought this would work but too dull and if you push hard enough to make it work I an sure the handle would break. Save your money.
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By K G on June 20, 2013
This thing is Too hard to use and poses a danger to the user. If the blade faced the other way, it might work better. I found it easier to use by not using the handle. I held it by the larger part and got better results. When I switched to a kitchen knife, the corn came off the cob like warm butter. Don't waste your money, folks!
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By Sarah on April 21, 2013
Bought this from the clearance rack at the drugstore. Even for $0.99 this was an extreme waste of money. Makes a huge mess and is NOT safe! The blade is facing the handle so you have to pull the blade toward you instead of pushing it away.
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