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Leifheit 23200 Signature Salad Spinner


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  • Gentle salad spinner by leifheit
  • Unique left or right hand spinning action for gentle cleaning of lettuce and other vegetables and fruits
  • Heat-resistant sieve makes it perfect for draining pasta or steamed vegetables
  • Removable spinning mechanism for easy cleaning

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 10.7 x 6.9 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005IMZ7MQ
  • Item model number: 23200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,976 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Leifheit's Comfortline salad spinner has a unique left/right spinning mechanism for gentle cleaning of salad. The spinning mechanism dries the wet salad. The sieve is heat-resistant making it suitable for draining pasta and vegetables. The spinning mechanism is removable for easy cleaning. 3-year warranty. Color: white.

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Customer Reviews

The plastic frosted bowl is sturdy and can double as a serving bowl.
Mike Wallace
If you do have a problem with the cord not rewinding, you can wind with a little "thumb hold" on the inside lid.
T. Dunlap
This is a very well designed device, which does its job well, and easy to use.
Sukru Tikves

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Celeste VINE VOICE on September 28, 2011
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kort TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 28, 2011
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There is a lot to like about the somewhat pricey Leifheit 23200 Signature Salad Spinner. Sturdy design, attractive appearance, effective drying mechanism, a container that doubles as serving bowl, and a mesh cage that can also drain hot pasta. The primary feature is a lawnmower-like pull mechanism that takes a little practice to get the hang of. It isn't intuitive and both of my children (ages 7 and 11) were not able to make it work without overextending the cord. This forced me to rewind it manually by removing the inside lid cover over the pull mechanism; easy enough but a hassle.

The operation of the 23200 is not as idiot proof as OXO's salad spinners' push rotation mechanisms. Where the 23200 has an advantage over the OXO design: the cord is pulled to spin the mesh bowl and as it retracts, it immediately halts the bowl's rotation; dispensing more water from the lettuce. The next pull sends the inner bowl spinning in the opposite direction, and so on. This is a very effective way to dry lettuce, and ours comes out virtually free of water after several pull cycles. The rubber grips on the bottom of the smoke-tinted bowl help keep it in place during this operation, though a firm hand pressing down on the lid is a must. It would have been nice if some English directions were included on the box, but I was able to figure things out fairly easily.

The 23200 Signature Salad Spinner seems well made and comes with a 3 year warranty, but the jerking of the cord mechanism causes me to doubt whether it will last that long. The Leifheit is a German designed product, made in China.

3.6 stars.

~ Kort
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TheCritic on July 10, 2013
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A salad spinner is a fairly simple piece of equipment, yet it's almost impossible to find one that works well. I've tried a number of them and this is the best -- not perfect, but very good and my first choice of those available. Pros: spins fast and gets the lettuce dry. Mechanism/construction seems sturdy enough to last a while. Design of basket is excellent making it easy to clean out the little bits of lettuce inside. Inside of lid comes apart so the inside can be cleaned.

Cons: Main con is that the basket, although large, can only be filled 1/2 way up or the whole operation bogs down and it doesn't spin well. Also, even when only filled partially, I usually have to rearrange the lettuce half way through to get all the water off (this happens with most other brands as well). Also, if you put too much stuff in the spinner, the inside basket deforms while spinning and doesn't turn freely. So basically, don't overfill the basket and it's a really good spinner.

My experience with other spinners: Old style Zyliss with a pull cord: Very nice spinner except the poorly designed plastic handle broke on mine in less than a year. It was replaced by Zyliss under warranty and it broke again in 9 months.

StarFrit: OK spinner, but basket VERY poorly designed and very hard to clean. Also, the gears started slipping the 4th time I used it.

OXO plunger model: I'm not sure why people like it so much. Poor spinning, doesn't go very fast.

Paderno: I also tried and returned this one. It was so long ago, I can't remember the details except that it didn't work very well.

I had a Copco originally that I used for 20 years before it finally gave up the ghost. It was large and red with a plastic handle on it and they don't make them any more, unfortunately.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SweetPea VINE VOICE on October 2, 2011
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The mechanism of this spinner is quite simple. It works like a yoyo so you must be careful not to pull so hard or let go off the string. It dries the lettuce quickly - don't need to spin it many times.

The plastic is sturdy compared to other spinners that I've owned. The lid fits well and won't move while you spin. The bowl is a very good size - holds a good deal of salad - and it's also nice looking! The spinner is very easy to clean. My 12 year old daughter enjoys making salad more often now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Schonbek on September 21, 2011
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I'm not sure what's "unique" about the left / right motion of this spinner as touted in the product literature. Seems to me this is the way all salad spinners used to work before Oxo achieved market dominance with its rotary push design.

In any case this is clearly a superior drying method. Each pull of the cord changes the direction of the basket's rotation. With each change in direction, it comes to a stop with a jerk and the salad flies around, shedding additional moisture in the process.

There's some nice design touches. A shock absorber cushions the handle at end of each pull cycle. The outer bowl sports an attractive matt finish, and has a rubber ring on its base for added stability. And the handle tucks neatly out of the way when not it use.

My wife argues that this older design was subject to tangles and that ultimately the cord would become frayed and worn. Time will tell if these are issues with the Leifheit. As for me, I'm not inclined to worry. Making an average of four caesar salads a week, I appreciate anything that improves the process of drying the lettuce, even at the expense of a reduced product life span.
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