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Stainless Pineapple Slicer with Wedger

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  • Easy to use and dishwasher safe
  • New ergonomic grip easily detaches from the blade
  • Stainless steel blade
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 4.2 x 9.5 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • 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: B004O0TJHC
  • Item model number: 4872360
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,063 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The improved vacu vin pineapple slicer will peel, core, slice, and cut wedges from a fresh pineapple. It works like a corkscrew, removing the flesh in perfectly formed rings and leaves the core in the shell. Remove the spirals and cut pieces with the new wedger in one swift motion. Enjoy delicious fresh pineapple in less time than it takes to open a can.

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and clean up.
Susan J. Mejia
I highly recommend this tool to anyone who uses fresh pineapple.
We can have fresh pineapple again!!!
R. Taylor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

255 of 262 people found the following review helpful By R. Taylor on July 2, 2011
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I absolutely love Fresh Sweet Pineapple, as does the rest of my family. I had purchased several whole pineapples and went through the painstaking process of cutting it up.. miserable is what that is.

So, then we went to purchase the pre-cut pieces from our grocer and I'd find more and more pieces with the inedible core in the batch so we stopped buying it and gave up... until Del Monte published a coupon on coupons dot com with a deal for pineapples, buy two save $1.25, and our grocer had a sale on pineapples 2 for $2.50, we brought home 2 pineapples for $1.25!! I couldn't pass that up, was a fantastic deal!! but then I had to cut them up and I put that off until I figured out a better way to cut them up..

I went to amazon.com later that night and I looked at what my options were and found this little guy! I ordered it and with my 2 day shipping I got it in time to cut them both up..

It literally took a minute and a half to cut one of up, I was so excited! We can have fresh pineapple again!!!

It is actually very very neat how this works, it does the corkscrew type drive into the fruit slicing a perfect circular chunk out of the center of the pineapple, sliced into about 1/4 inch deep circles.

*You might want to do this in a clean sink, there is a lot of juice that will come out of your fruit*
1) First you'll slice the cap off the pineapple
2) Connect your handle to the top of the Slicer
3) Locate the Core and center the core cut out over the top of the core
4) Put Slight to moderate pressure and twist clockwise, fast or slow, doesn't matter, it will cut the same.
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89 of 89 people found the following review helpful By M. Joannides on June 18, 2012
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It worked great when I first got it but broke on the fifth pineapple. There is a metal blade on the side that is responsible for cutting the outside edge of the pineapple rings. I started turning the cutter and the blade bent back. It looks like there was a small weld holding it in place and it broke loose. I am very disappointed especially since this is the more expensive one this company offers. In the end, five pineapples in seven weeks and broken.

****UPDATE 6-19-2012***** I emailed the company from their website and explained what happened. They are sending me a replacement. At least the company stands behind their products.
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84 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Mularski on August 7, 2011
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Last week I caved in and bought the pineapple slicer/wedger. I'm usually not interested in one-purpose gadgets in the kitchen, especially when they're just for fruit and cost almost $20. Now I wish I'd have bought it sooner. When I think of all the pineapples I've bought that have sat in the fridge or the counter...while I procrastinated cutting them, because:

(a) I stink at cutting pineapples
(b) I make a huge mess while cutting pineapples (my dog doesn't mind, however)
(c) I end up eating whatever I salvage out of my pineapple cuttings solely out of guilt (because, as I usually let them sit too long, typically they taste terrible)

...at $3-4 a pineapple here in Wisconsin, I've easily wasted more in one year on uneaten and overripe pineapples than the price of this gadget.

So I got my slicer/wedger, and in a week I've bought, and then cut and eaten two pineapples with it. RIGHT AFTER BUYING THEM!!! Here's a quick how-to, without making a huge mess:

(1) slice off the top and bottom of the pineapple (so you can see the yellow insides)
(2) place the pineapple in a flat-bottomed bowl or any flat dish, pan, etc.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Barry J. on August 8, 2011
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My wife recently asked me to bring home a pineapple, a request that I promptly forgot. Later, while shopping for other kitchen playthings, I found and immediately ordered this unit. It arrived, I bought a pineapple, and gave it all a try. Yikes, in no time I had a solid cylinder of pineapple, ready to be cut into segments or not, depending on what my wishes were. I chose segments, and quickly got to glitch number one - the segmenter device is not appropriate to the size of the pineapple slices that the slicer generates. Huh? Weird, but in truth, not a killer drawback - just slit down the side of the big cylinder of pineapple and press each split disc into the segmenter. A little messy, but again, not a fatal flaw.

The other glitch emerged at around the same time. It seems that the slicing portion is so effective (and it REALLY is) that it doesn't always follow the core of the pineapple, leaving the inner diameter of some pineapple discs with a bit of the hard core, instead of the yummy ripe flesh. Another non-fatal flaw, but a flaw nonetheless

So I rated the whole setup a 4, mostly because I'm still awash in the memories of the yummy pineapple, and have suppressed the mildly annoying parts. You'll probably wind up doing the same - pineapple fresh from the plant is SO compelling that you just can't stay angry at a device that makes it as painless as this one does, even though it does a couple of stupid things in the process.
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