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NapaStyle Italian Tomato Press


Price: $53.00 + $12.50 shipping
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  • Purees
  • Time Saving
  • Easy Assembly & Cleaning
  • Clamps to Counter or Table for Stabilization
  • Made in Italy
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Product Description

This restaurant-quality tool is an absolute must for any tomato lover. It naturally seeds, strains and peels as you turn, leaving you with beautiful puree for sauces, soups, salsas or pastes. Just attach it to your counter or tabletop with its screw clamp base - and go to town! Durable stainless steel with a polycarbonate handle.

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  • ASIN: B001GI6X2Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,977 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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It was a huge mess.
Ironkare
Great product, a real time saver for anyone making sauce.
Frak s
If it is not a manufacturer's error, no refund.
SUZANNE PAPAMICHAIL

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By SkySurfer on May 31, 2009
I bought and used this Tomato Press and certainly didn't get the results they show in the photograph. Instead this Tomato press wasted a majority of the tomato (it separated much more than just skin and seeds), all that came down the slide was liquid - essentially it was a 'juicer'. I can't recommend this item to anyone and am now actively looking for one that really works of a a different brand.
BTW, the box it is packed in is really flimsy and the design of the unit is very crude at best. Despite how it looks in the photograph it is made essentially of what looks like pressed tin.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Pickering on September 3, 2013
I've had this machine for over 30 years, having bought it from Williams-Sonoma in the mid-80s, and have used it dozens of times. It's not perfect but if you do a couple of things, you should find it works well. First the tomatoes have to be ripe and cut into sections no larger than an inch. The other thing is you have to run the skin and seed portion through a second time, in order to fully extract the pulp. If you do these two things, it should work well for you.

This weekend I tried something new and used it successfully on grapes!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SUZANNE PAPAMICHAIL on July 29, 2013
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I ordered this tomato press in good faith that it would work as the advertisement indicated. I used the product one time, severely bruising my forearms trying to hold the item stable and apply enough force to get the press to process the few, cut up tomatoes I had put in the hopper. I contacted Amazon who referred me to the vendor (Kasbahouse.com), to return the product but the company offered to give me a call to discuss how to use the press. Over 30 days later, and still NO CALL. I re-contacted Amazon/Kasbahouse.com to return the item and was promptly informed that if there was not a manufacture's defect I would not get a refund. How am I to know if this is due to a manufacturer's error? If it is not a manufacturer's error, no refund. Guess they really do not stand behind their products. Poor, poor, poor customer service.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Valerie L Forde on August 27, 2012
I have to say that anyone looking for an affordable tomato press cannot be disappointed with this product. I have a summer tomato garden every year and had been using a food mill for pressing the skins and seeds from my cooked tomatoes which was time consuming and messy since I would have to stop quite often to discard the seeds and pulp from the mill. This press discards them for me so that I can continue pressing batch after batch. I have not tried it with fresh tomatoes but it worked great on the 100 lbs. plus I've pressed of cooked tomatoes with very minimal waste. Great kitchen addition for the home chef!
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