Boston Warehouse Bird Peeler, Animal House Collection
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- Whimsical bird-shaped fruit and vegetable peeler
- Stainless-steel blade and pointed potato-eye remover
- Bird's body forms ergonomic, non-slip handle
- Bright yellow and orange; encourages kids to help out
- Matches other Animal House kitchen tools; wash by hand
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Animal House Collection
by Boston Warehouse
Fun and Functional. These animals want to move into your house and help make your daily chores a little more fun.
Creating unique and fun products for your home and kitchen is the basis of bus
In 1974, Peter Jenkins started his company with a ‘warehouse in Boston’, importing whimsical textiles and colorful ceramics from Europe. Now, over 40 years later, we are still at it. Maybe the countries have changed, maybe we’ve expanded a bit and moved into bigger digs as the list of products and categories has grown but we are still here bringing our brand and unique style of creative products to homes across America.
Boston Warehouse has created fun in the kitchen with their new Animal House products. The everyday basic kitchen gadgets are built for serious cooking¿with a smirk. Forget flying¿this bird feels as if it was born to peel your veggies. Ergonomic grip feels like an extension of your hand¿stainless steel blade.
The bright colors and whimsical postures of Animal House utensils turn any kitchen into a zoo. Kids especially enjoy helping out when they get to use a monkey vegetable peeler or toucan can opener. Requiring some adult supervision, this peeler takes the shape of a sitting (or floating) orange and yellow bird. Its long, pointy stainless-steel beak works well at removing eyes and blemishes from potatoes, and the stainless-steel blade swivels to adeptly peel round surfaces. The body and head, complete with eyes, forms an ergonomic, non-slip handle. Not only does the bird peeler get the job done, but it can bring a smile during a harried day and makes a great gift along with other fun utensils from the Animal House menagerie. After use, the peeler is best washed by hand. --Ann Bieri
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It is heavy, substantial, and definitely feels like it should last for a few years. My friend was extremely pleased with the way it sits upright next to her wine bottles and I thought the silicone body felt comfortable when gripping the bird.
My friend's husband was familiar with Boston Warehouse design and said, "Man, would I ever like to work at that place!" He's an artist and furniture designer and thought that the BW design team was probably having a ton of fun dreaming up quirky kitchen tools.
Update 12/2012: Just visited my friend and the bird is still going strong! He looks and behaves as new. And she's used him to open hundreds of bottles of wine in the last two years. He never fails to be admired by party guests. Great job!
I use 2. One for fresh stuff and another one to peel butternut squash. Yes! It is that good! Also excellent for peeling citrus if you need the rind without pith.
Best thing ever! 20 stars if I could!