Joseph Joseph Rocker Garlic Crusher Press Mincer, Stainless Steel (old)
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- Cleverly designed multi-function garlic tool for crushing and mincing
- Simply place on top of garlic clove and rock back and forth
- Scoop out crushed garlic for use in your recipes
- Stainless Steel material eliminates garlic odor from hands
- Dishwasher safe
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Rocker by Joseph Joseph
By using downward pressure and a ‘rocking’ motion, this stylish tool breaks up garlic cloves quickly and easily, forcing the pieces up through the mesh of holes in its base.
The crushed pieces are then held in the curved design, allowing them to be spooned or scraped conveniently into a pan or bowl.
Additional cloves can also be crushed at this stage before emptying.
Rocker is easy to clean under running water but is also dishwasher safe.
As it is made from brushed, 18/8 stainless steel, the unit can be rinsed under running water, after use, and used to gently rub the hands and fingers to reduce any garlic odor (stainless steel is thought to remove the strong odors left from handling garlic).
Twin brothers Richard and Antony Joseph founded Joseph Joseph in 2003, combining their respective experience in product design and business – Antony studied design at Central St Martins whilst Richard studied business at Cambridge University.
Specialising in contemporary kitchenware, Joseph Joseph is now internationally recognised for producing some of the most stylish and technically innovative products available, and has become one of the fastest growing companies in the worldwide homewares market.
Their unique ability to match form and function has earned them global recognition for their multi-award-winning designs.
Top Customer Reviews
A little more difficult to use than I had anticipated. Sometimes the garlic squeaks out from under it. It doesn't mince the pieces as small as I would like, more like tiny little tubes of garlic, similar to uncooked acini de pepe pasta. I prefer that minced garlic be much smaller. As well, you have to scrape the garlic out of the little bowl after it is pressed, and a good bit of the garlic gets stuck in the holes.
It is a beautiful piece, but it doesn't function quite as well as I had hoped. I still think I prefer the end results from my old Ikea garlic press over this one.
(actually the green plastic version but with same metal pressing component)
and comparing it to the Pampered Chef garlic press I've had for 10+ years.
Comparing the two styles:
Ease of use. Spooning garlic is easier than scooping, however I have to peel garlic first for rocker. The press can do it with the skin on!
Comfort: Rocking the garlic is easier on hands than squeezing, though since I have weak hands, I lean over it and use shoulder strength to push down. I am tall and can do this.
Cleaning: Though the PC came with an attachable cleaning tool, it's long gone. They both need a dish brush to clean (force garlic through) the presser holes but the rocker holes are larger so easier/faster to clean.
Garlic output: The PC press has thinner metal and smaller holes than the rocker which means way more garlic gets stuck in the holes of the rocker and there is more waste. I have to use twice as much garlic in rocker far same output as the PC.
Durabilty: 10+ years speaks for itself. I haven't had my new gadget that long though it takes up less space in my drawer.
Other: My press also does ginger. The rocker can't.
End Result: I get crushed garlic with both but larger pieces from the rocker. Not a benefit; just fact. They both get the job done. PC gets 5 stars (longevity on its side) and JJ gets 4.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best darn garlic press imaginable. I am giddy every time I use it.Published 1 day ago by Sandra Schaad Mack
Wonderful kitchen tool. Great if you have arthritis. Much better than squeezing a press.Published 2 days ago by AnneP
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(+) Sturdy material
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the holes are pretty large and it doesn’t make a fine enough grind for my taste. I do use it but it does not provide the same fine garlic as a press.Published 8 days ago by Juls
This works really well and is easy to clean. I use it for hot chilis also.Published 9 days ago by Aluxa
BEST thing I've ever bought for garlic. I will never use those other ones again - easy to use, and easy to clean which is even better. Great qualityPublished 13 days ago by Maple Alps