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Omac Gulliver Tomato Strainer


Price: $49.95 + $13.00 shipping
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Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
Ships from and sold by Kasbahouse.
  • 2 quart capacity
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • Very easy to use and clean
  • Easily clamps on to table or counter
  • Made in Italy
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Product Description

Love the taste of fresh tomatoes? With the Gulliver Tomato Machine you will be able to create amazing home made sauces or a delightful glass of tomato juice from fresh in-season tomatoes. Simply fasten the machine to your kitchen bench with the easy to use screw action clasp, prepare your tomatoes and place a container below both of the chutes, one to catch the juice and the other to collect the remains. Now comes the fun part. Slide your tomatoes in to the top section and take hold of the handle. Spin the handle in a clockwise direction which powers the grinding section as it pulls the tomatoes in to the crushing area and the fresh juice will begin to flow while the remains simply slide out the secondary chute into another bowl. Within a few minutes you will have fresh tomato juice to enjoy or add to your favourite recipe. NOTE: For best results we recommend slicing the tomato into small pieces before placing them in the top section. Sturdy stainless steel construction. All working parts are made of heavy duty food grade stainless steel. 2 quart capacity.

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  • ASIN: B003GWF49Q
  • Item model number: 6560
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #298,537 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Also, hard to turn and EXTREMELY loud cranking mechanism.
Hildegunde
We own a Velox, but it has a smaller hopper, so we were hoping to increase processing speed.
twcc
I won this in a contest and will most likely be sending it to Goodwill.
Kay Bee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Philippe007 on August 25, 2012
CAUTION!!! Avoid using this product and spread the word around you! CAUTION!!! The stainless steel barrel mechanism is creating a HUGE friction with the stainless steel screen thus generating millions of metal particles that goes directly into your sauce! Stainless steel contains lots of nickel which is then ingested and is hazardous to your health! Please avoid using this product! Look for a tomato press that does not generate friction thus particles. My review corroborates with the reviews of people saying that it is really hard to turn the barrel/lever.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kay Bee on October 8, 2011
I won this in a contest and will most likely be sending it to Goodwill. The clamp is too small, so it won't attach to my counter top or dining room table. I had to have my husband hold it down while I cranked the tomatoes through. The box shows whole tomatoes going in but there is no possible way (of course there are no directions with the machine, so that doesn't help matters). I cut the tomatoes into pieces but still had to press them down into the machine with my hand as I was turning the crank. Another issue is that the sauce starts to come out the back side and roll down the back of the waste chute, ending up with your seeds and skins, so you lose a good amount of product that way. I would be sorely disappointed if I'd paid $50 for it. I admit it does turn out nice sauce, but I just don't think it's worth the hassle involved. I can't imagine using it again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hildegunde on September 2, 2010
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I ordered this Tomato Strainer with high hopes of receiving a quality European product at, yes, a very low price, which should have served as a red light rather than a go-ahead. Upon opening the shipment box there came already the first annoyance - a bashed-up inner box in which was the strainer. No instructions provided so I had to figure out how to put it together. Thankfully, a fairly simple machine, but when assembled, I saw that the black plastic handle (the only plastic on the machine) had a small sharp protrusion that hurt my hand when test-cranking the machine. Also, hard to turn and EXTREMELY loud cranking mechanism. Not impressive - the kind of thing one would find in a European discounter store, if at all, but maybe they ship this kind of machine overseas in the hope that people won't notice the defects. I was very disappointed (should have known by the price not to expect too much!) and sent it back. Not something I would recommend, even to those of us who have a plastic phobia.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Patricia B. Thorsen on July 30, 2012
This is absolutely one of the worst kitchen products I have ever used. The lack of directions are just a small problem compared to its other issues. During my one and only use of this product, the ill fitting gasket on base came off, it wobbled and dripped all over the counter & floor, despite the clamp being as tight as it can be etc. Even if you slice your tomatoes thinly, it takes a lot of arm action and strength to crank out these tomato. If you are not in good shape or have shoulder, forearm or wrist issues, do not even consider this product. After about an hour of trying to fine tune my usage, I ditched the strainer and went back to par boiling the tomatoes and liquifying in my wonderful Kitchen Aid blender. The only reason I even washed this product before throwing it away was because I did not want the residue to attract bugs to our recycle bin. Had this not been a Christmas gift, I would return it. Just AWFUL!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By twcc on August 28, 2013
This is the worst tomato press I have ever experienced. We own a Velox, but it has a smaller hopper, so we were hoping to increase processing speed. Not with this nightmare contraption. Amazon should be ashamed to carry this poor quality machine which chokes up with skins and seeds, resulting in an unsafe and wasteful result. We are packing it for return as I complete this review.
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