Kuhn Rikon Epicurean Garlic Press
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- This handsome, all stainless-steel garlic press makes quick, efficient work of pressing garlic or ginger
- Place even unpeeled garlic cloves inside and get the pressed garlic you want
- Designed to fit comfortably into the palm of the hand; engineered to require far less effort to use than other presses
- BSieve hinges out to flush clean under water; can also be washed in this dishwasher
- A solid, basic tool for any kitchen, the garlic press makes a great gift with a 2 year warranty
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About KUHN RIKON
KUHN RIKON has been enthusing the world of cooking since 1926 with innovative products for all that is involved in the preparation, serving and enjoyment of food. The Swiss family firm with its headquarters in Rikon has subsidiaries in Great Britain, Spain and the USA.
An unmistakable Swissness also distinguishes the outstanding design of Kuhn Rikon products. The company has been running its own in-house design department since 2004.
KUHN RIKON Epicurean Garlic Press
The ultimate garlic press – as efficient as it is exquisite – right down to its easy-to-clean, pull-out sieve. Ergonomically designed in stainless steel, it gives you better results for less effort.
Unlike other presses, our garlic press has beveled holes that finely cut the clove rather than bruising it, bringing out the best flavor. Our ergonomic handle and powerful lever make pressing garlic effortless. Stainless steel sieve swings out for easy cleanup.
- Powerful lever does most of the work for you.
- 60% less effort needed.
- Stainless sieve hinges out for easy cleaning.
- Dishwasher safe. Hand wash and air dry recommended.
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 6.5" x 1" x 1.5".
Powerful, Stainless Steel Easily Crushes Garlic
Place even unpeeled garlic cloves inside and get the pressed garlic you want.
This handsome, all stainless-steel garlic press makes quick, efficient work of pressing garlic or ginger.
Designed to fit comfortably into the palm of the hand; engineered to require far less effort to use than other presses.
This handsome, all-stainless steel garlic press is simple the best. It's so efficient that it can press unpeeled cloves and even presses ginger. Designed to fit comfortable into the palm of the hand, it has been engineered to require far less effort to use than other presses. The sieve hinges out to flush clean under water. Product has a 2 year warranty.
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The pros: It is very pretty. It is easy to clean. It is easier to press (takes less force).
The cons: Garlic squishes out around the sides, so you get less garlic and you have to clean it out of the nooks. Also - it comes with a large label stuck to one handle and also covering part of the press. It takes quite a lot of work with alcohol or acetone to remove the gummy parts of the label.
I do not recommend this product. Buy the cheaper models so if you get one that does not perform, you are not out that much money.
UPDATE: Upon contacting Kuhn Rikon regarding the garlic press, I found that the one I purchased was sold through Wonning and is a counterfeit. Even so, they are going to replace the counterfeit press with an authentic Kuhn Rikon garlic press at NO charge. You can't ask for better customer service from a consumer products company.
DO NOT buy this item from Wonning. They are FAKE.
Based on the more than generous reviews and the price offered, I went ahead and ordered the product.
I must agree that first time in your hands feels like a solid piece of hardware. Made of solid Stainless Steel and a nice finish was one of the defining factors to diside to place order.
The tool is used regularly as we love garlic. Today while washing the tool, after less than a month of use; I noticed it had some play in the handle. Upon closer inspection I noticed that one of the rivets that hold the swinging plate to the handle was missing. I wondered if it had arrived like that and I just did not notice. But closer inspection in the sink strainer I found the rivet. It had worked its way out during this short period of use. I had expected that the unit would last me a lifetime. I am now having second thoughts about that assumption.
It could have been an isolated case, but never the less a bad experience that earns it a 2 star rating on my part and the distrust in CHINA made products.
I do not recall what type of guaranty was offered but hope it will be a better experience when I place the clame.
Note: I peel my garlic and cut off the hard root end. I did try this once with unpeeled garlic just to see if it would work (with and without root-end removed) - no joy.
* Solidly built.
* The tiny holes make a very fine pressed garlic.
* The easy-clean feature doesnt make it "easy", but does make it "less hard" to clean that some other presses.
* Big and heavy - takes up more space in the drawer than other presses.
* Lots of waste - garlic squishes up the sides and out the back of the presser area. If crushing multiple garlic cloves, the super-thin paper on the cloves (not the hard peel which I remove) clogs the tiny holes in this press. Subsequent cloves have even more loss/waste unless you stop and clean the press.
* It can be hard to load - the "easy-clean" grid-plate flops around, so it isnt just a case of "toss in a couple cloves and press." Time saved cleaning is lost in trying to simply use this tool.
* It really isnt easy to clean. You flop it this way, you flop it that way, you pick little bits of garlic out of here and there... even afterwards I usually find bits of dried garlic in the press that I missed. I've had presses in the past that were easier to clean.
People who love this press must really *want* to love it. I suppose after spending $45 on a garlic press you need to convince yourself that you made the right choice. Or, perhaps people hang these in their kitchens as decoration? It's not a *bad* press; it's just not a very good one. It is well built. If it were $15 it would simply be mildly disappointing. For $45 you can buy three other garlic presses and see which one you like best. I'm trying the OXO press next. Wish me luck ;-)