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Zyliss Susi 2 Garlic Press

by Zyliss

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  • Sleek design stores easily in kitchen drawer
  • Custom nodules on plunger get the full flavor from every clove
  • Generous-sized bowl accommodates even fat garlic cloves
  • No peeling necessary, place garlic clove, peelings and all, in bowl and squeeze
  • Dishwasher safe
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 1 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000GBNB8G
  • Item model number: 12080
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Never peel garlic again! Use the Susi 2 to maximize extraction of garlic bits and juice, leaving only the papery skin behind. A generous-sized bowl accommodates even fat garlic cloves. No fuss, no muss, no smelly hands and dishwasher safe.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean, super easy to use.
Jennifer Leonard
You put the garlic inside without peeling it and it gives you very fine pieces of garlic.
Cindy Sumner
Also, after a year or so, the coating is FLAKING off.
Camiller

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Poogy on May 4, 2008
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Once upon a time I used a garlic press that seemed to work and it never occurred to me that there was much difference between them, or even that there were different presses out there. Then I acquired a different Zyliss garlic press for about six years, and I really liked it, until one day it snapped as I tried to press some garlic with the skin still on. (Some manufacturers (including Zyliss) say you can do this with their garlic presses, but now, I think I'll just pass on that. But that was a great garlic press.)

I then purchased a Pyrex garlic press (no, it wasn't made from glass), thinking it looked well made, and how bad could it be? But I was very surprised to discover it simply did not work--the handles would meet before much of the garlic had been pressed through the holes. I really couldn't understand why anyone would make such a thing, but there it is.

So I then decided I'd stop fooling around and get myself another decent garlic press, and went through some obsessive review-reading, and finally settled on this one. It works, and it works well. Put in the garlic, press, and virtually all of the garlic comes right out through the holes.

A few issues for those who are looking for the perfect garlic press:

This is made of aluminum. If you're concerned about Alzheimer's, look for a steel press. Also, being aluminum, it may not be quite as durable as steel, although it seems plenty tough. (Yes, I've read about the coating coming off. We'll see. If that happens I may try to scrape off the rest of the coating.)

It doesn't take much effort. But if you really have difficulty squeezing--arthritis, perhaps--there may be one out there that takes a wee bit less effort.

I really don't get the "hard to clean" business.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By E. Barron VINE VOICE on August 30, 2007
I have had this on my wishlist for sometime and finally bought one. Let me tell you what I like about it and what I am disappointed with. This little baby does a fabulous job with the garlic. I just pop in one to three unpeeled garlic cloves (depending on their size)and squeeze. Instantly I have my garlic pressed, minus the peel. The peel is easily removed from the "bowl" of the press. However, here is the down and disappointing side. This model of Zyliss press does NOT have a cleaning tool with it. If I had realized that, I would not have purchased it. Do you realize how long it takes to pick the garlic out of all the little holes!!!! Please, Zyliss people, make a cleaning tool for this model!!! Tell me where to get it. Otherwise, this is going to end up in the giveaway bin at my house.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By William D. Colburn VINE VOICE on February 12, 2006
I saw the susi 2 in a store about a month ago. Always a sucker for Zyliss, I bought one. My original susi was quite old, and starting to show signs of age. A few minutes ago, I finally had an occassion to press some garlic, and I am impressed. It was faster and easier. Not just easier to press, but easier to get the peels out of too. I'm about to embark on a personal crusade to preach the joys of this new device to all people I know, regardless of if they cook or not.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By mattyd on January 4, 2011
I've recently reviewed the Kuhn Rikon, so I thought I should put my two cents in about this press as well, since it is the one I use.

This press does a very good job with the mince, but it has some deficiencies and design flaws.

The first two problems have to do with longevity --

The alloy is inferior, and over the years metal fatigue will catch up with it and the handle is likely to crack near the basket. They do use a stainless steel hinge pin(the only stainless part on the whole press), but that is not enough to make this a "lifetime" utensil. Also, the finish doesn't last, mine is already getting scuff-marks and scratches.

The second lifetime-shortener is the little cleaning tool. As a plastic item separate from the press itself, it is just a matter of time before it accidentally goes into the trash with some food waste, or gets ground in the garbage disposal. Also, being plastic, the little prongs on mine are already getting slightly warped and bent, making it tedious to get it lined up properly with all the holes at once. Once that goes, the press will be such a pain to clean that you'll prefer to get a new press.

Another flaw is the little nubs on the bottom of the plunger. This is a tempting thing for a garlic-press designer, but it is counter productive. At first blush, one imagines that these little protrusions will help push the last little bit of garlic through the holes. In practice however, they do just the opposite! Imagine, if you will, the moment when the plunger is about 1/8 inch from the bottom. The basket is full of smashed garlic, waiting to be expelled, but now something's blocking the holes!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Atheist on October 26, 2010
I bought a Kuhn Rikon garlic press for $28 on here and it was awful. It was heavy, bulky, and hurt my hand. This a dream machine in comparison! This is light weight and fits in the hand well. I recommend this press to everyone!

Yes, the garlic is a bit hard to clean out, but if you wait until it dries, it is easier. HOWEVER, if you buy a Zyliss Garlic press, ALWAYS try to get one with a cleaner.

I had high hopes for the Kuhn Rikon, but fortunately, I bought a $16 Zyliss Susi 2 Garlic Press a few days prior to purchasing it at a local kitchen store, so I know the difference between a good garlic press and an overpriced malfunctioning contraption. I was going to return the the Zyliss to a local kitchen store where I bought it, because it didn't have a shiny finish and I thought it was a little hard to clean every tiny piece of garlic out of (later I discovered the cleaner it comes with makes it easy to clean). BUT, I am now keeping the Zyliss and it is a dream compared to the Kuhn Rikon hunk of junk. If you really want a good garlic press, buy the Zyliss, it's far smaller, very light, and I can't possibly see anyone liking the Kuhn Rikon after trying the Zyliss. You've been warned!

The Zyliss Susi 2 Garlic Press is not shown on Amazon with a cleaner. So, if you can find one at a local kitchen shop with the cleaner, I would get one. Otherwise, you can try the Zyliss Susi DeLuxe Garlic Press which comes with a cleaner or the Zyliss 12040 Jumbo Garlic Press with Cleaner on here. I haven't used them, but assume they're good.
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