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Zyliss Susi 3 Garlic Press "No Need To Peel" - Built in Cleaner - Crusher, Mincer and Peeler, Cast Aluminum
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- Sturdy cast aluminum garlic press quickly and easily minces garlic with no need to peel the clove
- Lightweight ergonomic handle makes pressing garlic or ginger easy
- Generous size hopper accommodates large garlic cloves
- Built in cleaning tool fits holes perfectly and makes quick work of cleanup
- Zyliss 5 Year Manufacturer Guarantee - Dishwasher Safe, Hand Wash Recommended
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Zyliss Susi 3 Garlic Press
Garlic flavors dishes with the fragrance of a rose, giving off a divine scent � until it gets on your hands. Leave odors behind, but capture the essence of garlic, with the Susi 3 Garlic Press from Zyliss. Improved ergonomics allow the garlic press to fit comfortably in your hand, while the plunger maximizes its utility in delivering freshly minced garlic with little effort.
No peeling required
Just insert one, or several small, unpeeled garlic cloves into the hopper and press handles together for effortless results!
No waste, no smelly hands
Garlic skins are completely removed and garlic bits and juice fully extracted by angled teeth that push the garlic through a carefully crafted mincing plate.
Considered best-in-class, the Susi line of garlic presses have set the standard for performance and ease of use in the garlic press category for decades.
The comfortable, handheld design delivers freshly minced garlic in one smooth press.
Quick and easy cleanup
Cleanup is a breeze thanks to the nonstick coating and integrated cleaning tool. All parts are dishwasher safe.
The Zyliss Susi 3 Garlic Press is backed by a five-year limited warranty.
Focusing on functionality, durability, design, cleanliness and safety, Zyliss has relied upon a heritage of excellence that began in Switzerland over 60 years ago. Building on this time-held tradition, the company has advanced to produce and distribute kitchen equipment that is world-renowned. Zyliss has pioneered the design of more than 200 kitchen essentials, with quality and engineering that cannot be duplicated.
Style Name: Garlic Press
Top Customer Reviews
Yes, you can really put cloves in peels and all. But more impressively, you put fresh ginger through it. I never grate ginger anymore, I just put it through the press.
The finish is smooth, feels good to use and requires less force than many other presses.
Cleanup really is easy, although the picture of someone using the cleaning tool actually shows them using it in the wrong orientation.
The cleanup tool snaps into the handle more effectively than I've seen before, and is therefore less likely to get lost.
I used to have a Susi 2, which I loved, but this is an even better garlic press. The hopper is larger than the Susi 2's and the plunger has a slightly tighter fit. Almost nothing squeezes out around the plunger. Also, the cleaning tool is held more securely in the Susi 3.
The output is impressive as well, compared to the standard-type press I had before the Zyliss. It has a good heft to it, isn't too hard to squeeze and clean-up has been pretty easy - usually removing the left-behind husk takes almost everything out of the hopper.
The blue cleaning tool is useful, but is a little weird to use.
No regrets buying this so far.
We were definitely tempted by the Kuhn Rikon Epicurean or Rösle 12782 garlic presses, but we didn't feel like spending forty or more dollars on something. We're sure they're great products, so if you are in the mood to splurge, go for it. Since we love to cook, we usually go for the "best" kitchen items, but even we have our limits!
The Susi 3 is made in China.
I finally saw this new Susi three and decided to give it a try. I couldn't be happier! Not only does it hold two large cloves of garlic, it does a fantastic job of getting every smidge of garlic out.
The removal tool is super handy and you don't have to worry about keeping track of it since it clicks right into the handle.
It is still made of the same lightweight aluminum as before (it's not plastic as an earlier reviewer stated). It can be a little hard to start squeezing, but that is the nature of garlic presses in general. It is definitely one of my very favorite kitchen gadgets.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works as expected.
You will loose some garlic under the peel tha keep inside Garlic Press. Read more
Love this! So easy to use and clean - just like the description.Published 1 day ago by Laura Morris
Great garlic crusher that does crush and pulverize garlic to a pulp! It even crushes garlic with its skin on but in my opinion, taking the skin takes off seconds and you actually... Read morePublished 5 days ago by City Chick
Was great for a while but the finish starts to come off rapidly and now can't even use it because metal is flaking off in the garlic.Published 6 days ago by B Franklin
I make a lot of recipes that call for crushed garlic. This press is sturdy and you don't have to struggle to get the garlic clove through it. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Lee
1) Great product does exactly what it says. Easy to use and pretty easy to clean (If you don't lose the cleaning bit)
2) 5 Years of wear we have to replace it :( I really wish... Read more
This is probably one of the very few Garlic Press that I have not broken. I've always been a fan of Zyliss and I must say they put a lot of time and effort into making the best... Read morePublished 13 days ago by superchewie
Zyliss Susi 3 Garlic Press works really good but the cleaning tool is flimsy and once a single pin gets bent, it is worthless. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Brent Trafton