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- Set includes two sizes: one for bigger fruits like lemons, oranges or grapefruits; another one for smaller fruits such as limes or tangerines
- Easy to use: screw-like design can easily be inserted and secured inside the fruit and the juice fills the filter through the holes in the sprayer
- Comfortable: silicone ring prevents juice from coming out and the dish allows the fruit to stand when not using it
- Dishwasher safe: made of ABS plastic and silicone 100% platinum stands up to 158F and 425F respectively
- Detachable: comes apart completely for easy and thorough cleaning
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Fall in love with healthy, easy cooking with the most innovative products thanks to Lekue. Quality, functionality and design that will surprise you with a wide range of tools to make cooking, preparation, preservation, baking and freezing easier. With this collection, Lekue provides practical and revolutionary solutions for today's society way of cooking. Discover the pleasures of cooking at home by blending different flavors, textures and trying exciting recipes that are included with every Lekue product. Healthy cooking solutions for the day-to-day kitchen that breaks with the myth that healthy cooking is boring or bland. Lekue is proud to offer the new Citrus Sprayer set. Flavor your drinks; season your salads, seafood or other recipes with a light mist of fresh citrus. This set includes 2 sizes for optimum extraction; a longer unit for larger fruits like oranges and grapefruits; a shorter unit for smaller fruit like limes and tangerines. Simply cut a small piece of the peel off of the fruit that is slightly off center from the stem, screw the pointed threaded end down into the fruit, squeeze the fruit gently to fill the sprayers filter and press the sprayer head to release the mist of juice. When not in use, store on the included dish. The citrus sprayer is dishwasher safe, however, it is important to wash it thoroughly to remove all pulp from both the filter and sprayer as this could impair proper functioning of the citrus sprayer.
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We waited to see the results, and once the hold was lifted we ordered 2 of the item, because it's indeed Lekue, right?
Wrong. The brand is Maihui, and it's a cheap knockoff from China! There is a drip guard that is long and rectangular with the Lekue logo on the originals - this has a leaf.
The product is packaged for Spain.
If you are looking to have squeezy juice around all the time, you'll do better with those little plastic lemons and limes you can get at the grocery store. Those seem to come in three varieties: Lemon, Lime and Key Lime. Be sure to keep the juice in the fridge once it's been opened or it will spoil.
On the other hand, if you are having a party and want something fun for bartenders or friends to schpritz some juice into their beverages, these will work and will be fun for everyone. Just pick up some lemons and limes and off you go.
Now, if I want to spray some very fresh lemon juice on my salmon or apple slices, it's a quick twist and squirt.
And if you put the lemon back in the fridge, it stays fresh and usable for many days
Why didn't someone think of this sooner?
It was amazing for the first lemon, then I couldn't get it to work any more at all, no matter how much I cleaned the stem or rolled the lemon on the table.
I see from other posts that this is a cheap China knock-off. Bummer.
Maybe I'll get the Quirky lemon sprayer and see if that holds up, because I really enjoyed being able to spritz fresh lemon juice on my food....