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Rosle Can Opener

by Rosle

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  • Brilliantly designed can opener provides safety and hygiene
  • Cuts along side of can's rim without leaving sharp edge
  • Opener doesn't contact can's contents, lid can't fall into can
  • German-designed, 18/10 stainless steel; rugged, plastic head
  • Round, satin-finish handle with hanging ring
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 2.8 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000063Y86
  • Item model number: 12751
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,659 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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One of Rösle's superb kitchen tools, this 8-inch can opener is brilliantly designed to provide safety and hygiene. Instead of cutting down through a lid, as conventional openers do, it smoothly cuts along the side of a can's rim. That means it doesn't leave behind a hazardous sharp edge and the lid can't fall into the can. It also means the opener never touches the can's contents. Like all Rösle tools, utensils, and Open Kitchen storage components, the opener is made primarily of 18/10 stainless steel, although this tool has a rugged plastic head. The round handle is stainless steel with a satin finish to conceal finger marks. The handle is sealed against water and has a hanging ring so the opener can be conveniently stored on a hook in the Open Kitchen system of Rösle basic rails and Gridwalls or hung on any hook or peg. The opener is sturdy, balanced, and exceptionally comfortable in the hand. All Rösle products carry a lifetime warranty against defects. The can opener should be hand washed to protect its cutting wheel. --Fred Brack

Product Description

12751 Features: -Round easy-grip handle.-Hanging hook.-Does not come in contact with the contents of the can.-Material: Stainless steel. Dimensions: -Total Length: 7.9''.-Handle Length: 3.8''.


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Customer Reviews

Lid is cut clean with no sharp edges.
Mary A. Mallon
The can opener worked well for the first 3 months, then it just stopped cutting the cans.
JayBee
It is easy to use and it cuts the can very cleanly and effortlessly.
M. Brown

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Donald A. Nelson on March 12, 2007
I come from modest means. Regardless of the fact that I've worked in the food and beverage industry for the past 18 years, if my grandma or mom knew I spent $28 on a can opener...they would think I lost my mind. I was thinking the same thing walking out of "The Restaurant Store" in Key West, but I easily quelled my guilt by telling myself "you'll never have to buy another can opener again". Not true. It stripped out after approximately 10 months of use (and it's not like I open cans every day).

Aside from it breaking, I'd like to point out another thing. At parties, and while it still worked, I'd pull out this opener, and play a game to see who could make it work. One such evening, it stumped 14 guests in a row. Not stupid people mind you. Even once you do figure it out, it could be challenging...it would still confuse me from time to time.

I like the brand, but for this money, it should last a lifetime...at least longer than the shelf life of the cans it's supposed to open. My favorite store refunded my money no questions asked, and sent it back to the factory.

I don't recommend. Check out the Kuhn Rikon can opener, I really like mine...and it was $3 cheaper.
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Gail Cooke HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 1, 2002
While most hand can openers are considered as outdated as a wood stove, here's one that puts many electric models to shame.
Crafted in Germany with stainless steel this opener is sleekly designed. Appearance isn't its only asset - it really functions. You simply hold the handle with your left hand and position the support (a steel half moon) parallel to the top of the can edge. Give the handle a slight twist backward, and presto your can is at the cutting wheel's mercy. Then move the handle forward until the can is open. One more slight twist backward and the grip is released.
I can well remember the dark ages when I struggled with hand openers, unable to insert the cutter into the can, straining to turn the handle, and then seeing the lid plop into the can's contents.
On a good day I didn't cut my hand on the lid's jagged edge.
No more, this is a never-fail, smooth operation. Rosle has produced a pleasingly designed, easy to operate can opener that works with surgical precision.
- Gail Cooke
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By R. Wong on April 18, 2008
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The can opener worked well for the first year, but like a lot of people who have commented, it just stopped working. After a year, Amazon couldn't help. I emailed customer service several times through email at rosle and never got one response. So if you don't mind paying $30 for using a can opener occasionally for a year, this is your product. But for most of us, this just isn't reliable. A can opener is a pretty simple tool and there isn't a reason why it shouldn't "just work" all the time. So although I really liked it the first year, I am very disappointed with the product today. It won't open a can, it just spins in place and pretty much does nothing now and customer service from Rosle is non-existent. So poor value, poor reliability, poor craftsmanship (only lasted a year) and very poor service. i really wanted to like this product but it is nothing more than a paper weight now.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Craig Latzke on June 22, 2008
We bought this at a Villeroy & Bach factory outlet store for about $14 4 years ago. We loved it the whole time and it saw daily use, but it eventually stopped working because the teeth that turn the can failed. We went back to the outlet store to swap it for a working one and found the store was no more.

While we were at the outlet mall we went into a kitchen gadget store and found a "Good Cook" brand "safe-cut opener" (google for "good cook 11834") which is virtually identical (even same insignia on the wheel with teeth that wears out). The two big improvements are that the can gripping comes from squeezing levers not force from turning opener (makes it more intuitive for guests; might reduce teeth slippage, reducing wear, making it last longer) and it was cheaper, just $9.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By George T. on August 3, 2006
This is honestly the very best can opener i've ever used. I"ve tried plenty of other "safety" can openers that claim they cut below the rim of the lid so that there are no sharp edges. My problems with all these OTHER saftey can openers are as follows: (1) it's hard to line up the cutting wheel with the lid; (2) if/when you do line it up, the turning of the cutting wheel is difficult and labored; (3) you don't know when you've gone all the way around, since there's nothing to indicate you've passed the starting poing (in fact, i think with some of these other safety can openers, i'm re-cutting a whole new line into the can which doesn't line up with the old line b/c there's no guide to keep it perfectly even); and (4) it's nearly impossible to lift off the lid.

Well, with the Rosle, ALL of those complaints are completely remedied. First, it's so simple to line up the cutting wheel with the lid b/c of that handy metal bar. You just place that metal bar flat on the rim of the lid, and turn the handle backwards a half-turn or so, and then turn the handle foward a smidge, and the cutting wheel is locked onto the lid. Second, turning the cutting wheel is so easy, it's almost effortless. No straining or working hard or difficultly in the least bit. Third, you will definately know when you've passed the point of the can where you started at, since there will be a noticable difference in the turning of the wheel when you hit the point where you started. To me, this confirms that the cutting wheel is going over the EXACT same point where you started, which makes sense since the metal bar that you used to line up the wheel to the lid would ensure that the cutting wheel stayed in the exact same position throughout the entire cut. And fourth, getting the lid off the can is very easy.
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