EvriHolder DynoBytes Sandwich Crust Cutter (assorted colors)
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- Comes in blue or green; Colors will be randomly selected
- Size : 4-1/4" X 4-1/4"
- Removes the crust from bread
- Makes fun dinosaur-shaped sandwiches
- Doubles as a cookie cutter for more fun
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CRST-D Features: -Easily de-crusts sandwiches and cuts into dyno shapes. -Great for back-to-school promotions and year-round. -Top rack dishwasher safe. -BPA free. -Patented. Product Type: -Slicer and cutter. Finish: -Green. Base Material: -Plastic. Handle Material: -Plastic. Operation: -Manual. Item Type: -Handheld. Dishwasher Safe: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -1.2". Overall Width - Side to Side: -4.5". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -4.25". Overall Product Weight: -0.08 lbs.
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My one suggestion would be that you buy wide bread. I bought a shorter and thinner bread in hopes to save money and the end result was that crust was left on to maintain the shape of the dinosaur.
Buy the bigger bread slices for better results.
Pros: 1) Once you get a handle on it, it works, 2) My kids love it and want to help, and 3) Cool idea.
Cons: 1) It takes some force to cut and if it's on a ceramic plate, it can make a screeching sound when contacting it from the pressure you have to put on it while cutting. 2) it doesn't line up with regular bread very well because it's a little larger than it so I've tried to kinda stretch out the bread slightly by pushing it down kind of like a pillow but you can rip soft bread. I'm sure stiff white bread would work well.
But seriously, they're pretty much perfect size to cut off the crust of standard bread... for the kids, *honest*. Survives trips through the dishwasher as well. It's not super sharp for cutting, so salami sandwiches are a bit tougher to cut but if you're sticking to grill cheese and PB&J (probably creamy, not chunky) then you're all set for a din-o-mite meal!