Calphalon Easy Grip Apple Corer Slicer
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- Apple slicer has oversized handles for comfort and control
- Super soft control zone
- Apple corer is dishwasher safe
- Lifetime warranty
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The Calphalon apple corer and apple slicer divides apples in one quick, comfortable step. Our apple divider features oversized, off-set handles to give you great leverage and control. The stainless steel blades stay sharp over a lifetime of use. It’s also ideal for dividing pears.
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There are already sufficient reviews covering the positive aspects of this product, so I will limit my discussion to these flaws:
1. The apple slices are still connected at the bottom after using the device. While the circular coring blade extends slightly below the bottom of the device, ensuring that the core is cleanly cut through, the slicing blades are set slightly higher and cannot complete the slice. As a result, after 'slicing' the apple, you still have to pull the slices free. This would not be a problem if the blades were all at the same level. Is it a big deal? Not really, but it shouldn't be necessary and prevents the device from being a single step apple slicer/corer.
2. The device is a pain to clean. This is because of the way in which the slicing blades are attached to the coring blade. If you zoom in on the product image, you will see that the 8 slicing blades are actually formed by 4 pieces of metal which are bent in order to form 2 blades each. The problem is that pieces of apple gets stuck in the crevices where these pieces of metal follow the contour of the coring blade. If each blade had been individually welded to the center, this would not be an issue. Why does it matter? A quick rinse will not remove everything, so you have to use the dishwasher. If you want to slice apples each day...
I used this product extensively for the first couple weeks, but my enthusiasm has since waned. A good kitchen gadget makes life easier, and I am not convinced that this one does.
I have only been using it on smaller apples. The inside diameter (the length of the blades) is 3.75 inches, so if your apples are wider than that at their widest point, you will be out of luck.
I've also only been hand washing it and drying it. While it is dishwasher safe, I think the main concern is drying it promptly to keep rust from forming.
I'd definitely purchase this again -- it's worth the extra few $$.
The apple I tried it on tonight was too big. The cutter got about 1/3 of the way down, and I really had to work to pry and get the apple back out of the slicer...the apple was way too wide to go further. So I turned it over, and used it about 1/3 of the way down on the OTHER side, and again struggled to pry the apple back out of the cutters.
I had lined up the cuts, So I was then able to take my paring knife and cut between each outer third, through the center of the apple. (Husband really laughing at me..., muttering about square pegs and round holes..)
All you can do is to buy smaller apples.
Actually, they need to make a larger Apple Slicer!
Additional comments a week later: Even smaller apples dont do all that well, if they are not perfectly round and perfectly flat on top and bottom. And if the apple core is at an angle.. well, here we go again.
You sure do have to push HARD!
So far, it hasn't dulled, and it's slicing through apples the same as the day it was purchased several months ago.