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OXO Good Grips Seal and Store Rotary Grater

by OXO

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  • Large barrel and sharp bi-directional stainless steel blades for efficient grating
  • Medium surface is ideal for hard cheeses, chocolate, nuts and more
  • Additional cap collects grated cheese before serving; simply adjust window to pour desired quantity
  • Handle can be adjusted to accommodate both right- and left-handed users
  • Silicone seal keeps cheese fresh when stored in the refrigerator
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 7 x 6.2 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000CCY1U
  • Item model number: 1052349
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,747 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Now you can grate just the cheese you need and save the rest for later. The OXO Seal and Store Rotary Grater provides a compartment for storing un-grated cheese right inside. An interior silicone seal on the Seal and Store Rotary Grater's barrel compartment ensures fresh cheese that will not dry out. Grate with the cap on and window closed to collect cheese before serving, or slide it open to grate the desired amount directly into your dish. This easy-to-use Seal and Store Rotary Grater has a soft, comfortable, non-slip turning knob and handle, and is also perfect for grating chocolate, nuts and more.

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Cheese, nuts, and chocolate can be grated ahead of time with this rotary grater, and stored conveniently right inside the silicone-sealed chamber until ready to use. Or, cut the exact size chunk you want to grate, insert it, seal it, and just before serving you can churn out a fresh sprinkle of parmesan on a casserole or flourish that whipped cream topping with a dusting of dark chocolate shavings. To use, squeeze the soft-grip handles with one hand, which causes the silicone-edged feeder to push the food against the sharp stainless-steel grating cylinder, and turn the soft rotating knob with the other hand. A plastic cap on the barrel keeps grated pieces contained, or removes to let the food grate directly into a bowl, on a pie, etc. The stainless-steel grating cylinder measures 3 by 1-1/2 inches, while overall the grater measures 6 by 5 by 3-1/4 inches. Easily disassembled for cleaning, the entire grater is dishwasher-safe. --Ann Bieri

Customer Reviews

Plastic rotary handle broke.
Student of the Word
I had a Zyliss grater that I loved but it broke after about 5 years of use.
Island girl
It really can only be used to finely grate hard cheeses.
Jelena V.P.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By T. Taphorn on December 15, 2004
I've purchased several different rotary graters and this one had the same result as many of it's other plastic siblings. It too broke within 2 days of use. These plastic graters just aren't built with much strength and should not be used with harder cheeses, or by someone who has a strong grip. The common defect I'm finding in plastic graters is how the rotating arm is attached to the drum. The tiny amount of plastic there isn't desined to withstand shearing forces which is what rotates the drum.

When I find a good rotary cheese grater, I'll write a review on it.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By S. Golding on July 5, 2006
I have used this to grate dried peppers, Parmesan, Romano, cheddar, pepper jack, and goat cheese. I have to completely disagree with previous negative reviews. I bought this for the grippiness. Little did I know that it does do it all. It works on hard cheeses and soft cheeses. If you don't manhandle it, it will not break...just like most THINGS on this planet. Don't force it. Grind it backwards a couple of times once in a while. That loosens things up a little. Let the grinder do the work. Forcing will break it and is not necessary. It disassembles and washes up great on the top shelf of the dishwasher. The best feature is the ability to keep your cheese fresh while in the refrig. Smart item, easy to use, a great buy and highly recommended. Okay, so after a couple of months the black handle end nob broke off no thanks to my hubby who manhandled it. It still works great even without it.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Swiss choc lover in VA on December 28, 2006
I have gone through two of these graters. The concept is fine (the ability to seal the cheese inside the grater after you are done using it), but the design and manufacturing have resulted in poor execution of the concept.

- With cheeses that are not rock hard - such as cheddar or edam, the experience was a disaster, because they just clog up the grater and drum as a paste.

- But it gets worse: I was using it and it suddenly started making a clicking sound when I turned the handle, and it seemed to have stopped grating the parmesan in the hopper. It turns out that the metal grating cylinder sheared off from what appears to be a rather weak plastic frame connecting it to the handle. Basically, as several other reviewers here have said, the tiny amount of plastic of the connecting frame isn't designed to withstand shearing forces that rotate the drum.

I'm very disappointed as I really had high hopes for this one. Having gone through two of these with the same problem, I couldn't stomach trying my luck with a third, so I've now bought a Zyliss one now - we'll see if it fares better.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dr. C. on July 26, 2006
it didn't last us very long. If you are grating hard cheeses, the plastic construction of the handle makes it very unlikely that it will hold up for a long time. It really should be stronger. Our handle broke off in the middle of grating some parmesan. Other than that I loved how you could seal the cheese inside the grater after you were done using it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Student of the Word on October 8, 2004
Worked well for a year, comfortable on the hand, and stored the cheese which is a nifty feature.. until I tried to grate some very hard cheese; it did previously grate Parmesan with more moisture. Plastic rotary handle broke. I was going to order

MIU France steel cheese graters on this site, but they do not

ship to "outside the United States" (Alaska?!) per the message I got. Further detail revealed a "contiguous" US limitation.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By El Officianado on June 11, 2006
I was perusing the Amazon sight and noticed this item's reviews. I do not know what the previous reviewers were trying to grate, nails? And by the way, soft, soft cheeses are better sliced anyway. This is a relatively delicate tool and should be handled as such. Accordingly, it will not break. I have had this grater for approximately one year and it has worked flawlessly. I use it to grate hard parmesan cheese and then refrigerate the remaining cheese in the grater. When all the cheese is used, I simply disassemble, wash, dry, and store the grater until its next use. This is how it is advertised to work. I have found this grater to be a handy gadget to have in my kitchen gadgets inventory.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jem Benton on November 5, 2006
I carefully read most of the reviews for this product before purchasing so I would know what to expect. They mostly said the same thing: either it broke or it worked perfectly. The consensus seemed to say use only hard cheeses, and don't overcrank the handle. We have only used it for parmesan cheese, and so far we've had no problems. It works great so far!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Corte Maderan on October 25, 2012
Oxo used to be a good brand. I looked for their brand when buying.

The previous model of rotary grater was a gem. We got years use from it.

The new design has screwed it up. It tries to be all things to all people.

It's inefficient, gets jammed up and now it's fallen apart in less than six weeks.

Did Oxo's designers bother to take it home and let their families use it for a while before selling it to us?

Be careful if you try to find old model for sale. Several sites show the old model but seem to be selling the new.
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