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OXO Good Grips Mango Splitter
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- Removes mango seed and slices fruit in half with one simple press
- Sharp, stainless steel blade cuts even the ripest mangos
- Soft, comfortable, non-slip handles
- Dishwasher safe
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From the Manufacturer
OXO Good Grips Mango Splitter
Fresh Mango in Split Seconds.
The Essential Tool Every Mango Lover Has Been Missing
No Wasted Fruit
Removes mango seed (and almost nothing else!) and slices fruit in half with one simple press.
Sharp, stainless steel blade slices cleanly through even the softest mangoes.
Comfortable Grip for Easy Pressing
Soft grips cushion and absorb pressure while you press.
Entire body is dishwasher safe.
Here's a Good Tip
Use the Mango Splitter in combination with the OXO Ratcheting Pineapple Slicer, the OXO Cherry Pitter, and the OXO Apple Divider for the world's easiest fruit salad.
Top Customer Reviews
Makes seeding a mango almost instant
I don't know what I'll do when this device eventually dulls (sharpening it will be difficult)
It doesn't handle the largest sizes of mangoes
The honeymoon was short-lived, however. After a handful of uses, I noticed I was having problems with my mango splitter. What once sailed through the mango was now giving me problems right from the get go. Just piercing through the top of the mango was work enough, and with the added pressure now required, my mangoes were quickly becoming mangled, mutilated messes, and my cutting board and counter tops would be drenched in mango juice. What's worse I could only get the implement about half way through the mango, but no more, and then I had a bear of a time retrieving the splitter from the fruit at all. At first I thought maybe I was using it on too ripe mangoes, and because I didn't want to give up on my beloved mango splitter, I gave it several more tries with mangoes of varying ripeness. Unfortunately, I killed at least a half a dozen mangoes in the process.
Bottom line...this implement works wonderfully from the start, but the blades quickly dull leaving you with a useless apparatus. I have 2 other friends that have had the exact same experience as me with the Oxo Mango Splitter, so I highly doubt it was only mine that had this problem. I have since returned to using my chef's nice to get at my mangoes. It's a bit of a pain, but at least no mangoes have to be killed in the process. Sorry, OXO, but you need to go back to the drawing board with this one.
The solution I used was to simply take a sharp knife and just make one or two cuts in the mango to serve as a guide for the splitter. Now that your splitter doesn't have to put up a fight with the mango's skin, it should easily finish the job.
After splitting the mango, you can also take your knife and cut the fruit (but not the skin) in a tic-tac-toe pattern. Flip that half of the mango inside-out, and now you've got perfect little mango cubes to eat as a snack or use in salads, no peeling necessary.
I didn't give it 5 stars simply because there is still a small bit of waste, but given the stubborn nature of the mango, that's inevitable. Someday someone will breed a mango that just pops away from the seed like a peach.
There's a slight learning curve on the tool, but I got it on my first try. I doesn't look like it should work but it does. Amazing and rewarding the first time you use it and have two robust shoulders taken off the seed.
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-Easily separates two halves of fruit from pit. Then just score the fruit so that the skin lays flat and cut fruit from skin. There is no better way to cut a mango, so until something better comes along, this is a 5 star product.
-Another reviewer noted when the blades dull, it will be difficult to sharpen. True. I'll buy another for all the time and mess it saves!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Makes a hard job easy. Sometimes it does balk a bit at a tough mango skin, but so far has
been working well, making a difficult task easy...and so much neater! Read more
This is the easiest slicer I have ever used.... Perfect and doesn't leave too much on the seed.Published 7 days ago by celeste
This little tool is a must for anyone that eats more than 2 or more Mangos a year. Saw it on Bobby Flay's Brunch With Bobby he said it was his favorite gadget in his kitchen. Read morePublished 17 days ago by James C. Smith
My neighbor's mango tree has been raining fruit so I thought this might be a good time to try it out. Three smashed fruits later I am returning it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by REELDOC
I must be clumsy. If the mango is a bit underripe, I can't get the splitter to go through it. If the mango is ripe or a bit past that, it gets squished and mangled. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shady Kay