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Norpro 5118 Grip EZ Fruit Corer and Wedger
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- Ergonomic, comfort, nonslip grip for easy handling
- Stainless steel blades
- Ideal for canning, preserving and making pies
- Hand washing recommended
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Norpro Grip EZ fruit corer wedger, 12 sections. 3-1/2-inch/9cm Cores and slices into twelve thin even sections in one easy motion! Especially ideal for canning, preserving and making pies. Comfortable, non-slip grip with stainless steel blades.
Top Customer Reviews
My wife has since bought one with only 8 edges and she's able to use it just fine, including my daughter.
Still, this gets the job done, but it might be cumbersome for smaller individuals (my wife is a mighty 5 foot tall :)
The number of wedges makes it a bit harder to use but lets it be used for more things and getting a good core just takes some practice.
I guess that's the best thing you can say about some thing like this. You never need to worry about it doing its job to your satisfaction.
Would i buy again. Yes.
It did cut into nice small slices, but was EXTREMELY Difficult to get it started to cut. It did not cut all the way thru to bottom of the apple, so I was always having to push the bottom of the apple thru the blades, watch the fingers. Then last time I used it, the handle broke off right by the ring it was attached to. Cheap plastic. Better off cutting w/your own knife/hand.
The challenge is that the "cutting edges" are not sharp and obviously there are a lot of them - so it is almost impossible for a kid to use and it is difficult to control for an adult. I often find that I don't make a clean cut straight down because I am having to push down so hard (lean on it) that I cannot control the cut. This results in it kind of cutting slanted and me getting a bunch of "core" on half the pieces and then on the other side there being a lot of extra small slices.