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Zyliss Julienne Peeler, Y Peeler
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- Julienne peeler creates perfect cuts for zucchini noodles and carrots strings
- Cut peeling time in half with the wide, serrated, acid etched stainless-steel blades
- Prevent hand fatigue with the veggie peelers light and comfortably sized grip
- Quickly remove imperfections with the built in spot cutter
- 5 Year Zyliss Guarantee, Dishwasher Safe
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I used the Zyliss Soft Skin peeler this morning on an overripe peach, and it did just fine, shaving off just the skin, even in areas that were turning brown and very soft.
It appears to me that the Zyliss and Kuhn are almost identical, except for the shape of the handle; the Zyliss appears somewhat larger, and more nicely shaped, I think. The other difference I see is that the Zyliss has a stainless steel metal scoop on the end for removing eyes and other things, whereas the Kuhn seems to have only a plastic tip.
Dec. 8, 2010. Well, it actually happened. I did misplace this peeler a month or so ago. (It fell in some mysterious black hole in my little kitchen). I am requesting a new one for Christmas, and I can't wait to get that new one. Just today I was attempting to peel some kiwis with my old Oxo peeler, something that I know would be simple with my Zyliss Soft Skin. The Oxo just would not grab the skin, and it took three times longer than it would have with my Zyliss. I recently recommended this peeler to my Aunt and Uncle. Currently they are maintaining 2 homes, and my Aunt said she liked the first one she bought so much she had to get a second one for the other house. She said my Uncle was struggling to peel something recently and she told him to use the new peeler. He did, and he said, "this is so much better"! And this from a man in his seventies who has no doubt worked with a few peelers in his life. So, still highly recommended by me.
If you prefer straightedge cuts, this peeler is pretty good, although the blade could stand a little sharpening. The handle has a rubber grip strip that helps with traction, particularly when the handle or your hands are wet. There is also a cutting tip for digging out potato eyes, seeds, or other imperfections. Both the Smoothglide, and the Soft Skin Peeler, are eligible for Amazon's 4 for 3 program.
It is well designed and very accommodating to my individual needs. I have arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome and simple kitchen tasks such as peeling carrots are painful if not impossible but the Zyliss Y Peeler makes peeling much easier for me as well as more safe and comfortable.
I have been using different Y peelers for years now, ever since a Swiss chef I once worked with presented me with my first Y peeler as a little Christmas gift back in the 80s. Once I got use to it, I just loved it. I had that one for years but recently had to replace it. The original one had a short handle so I thought I'd experiment with the longer handle of the Zyliss and I'm glad I did. It feels great in my hand and causes no wrist pain when I grip it. It glides over everything I need to peel with the greatest of ease.
I never thought I'd be raving about a vegetable peeler but the Zyliss Y Peeler is so nice I must give this fine kitchen essential my most enthusiastic 5 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this peeler. It does tomatoes just as easily as an apple. Since I grow a lot of tomatoes in my garden, it gets a lot of use. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sharon Dulcich
This is the second Zyliss peeler I have purchased, as the first one lasted 10 years!! I have never had a vegetable peeler lasting this long, and the quality is so great that the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Yolanda Mason
Don't waste money on this. The blade moves so much that it can't even be used for potato peelingPublished 7 days ago by Rajeev
Not very sturdy. The blade broke off from the handle the first time I used it.Published 9 days ago by Sarah Holmes
No need to blanch tomatoes in boiling water and then shock in ice water to peel! I saw Chef Jacques Pepin use one of these peelers in one of his TV programs and immediately thought... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Cousin Vinny