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- Leaves no sharp edges on can or lid
- Patented side-wind mechanism cuts easily
- Easy-turn, soft-grip knob and non-slip handles
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The OXO Can Opener Collection
An Opener for Every Kitchen's Needs
OXO Good Grips Basic Can Opener
This kitchen essential's sharp, stainless steel cutting blade makes opening any can easy and quick. The Can Opener features a built-in bottle cap opener and is dishwasher safe.
OXO Good Grips Soft Handled Can Opener
Big, cushioned handles give you extra strength to pierce a can and absorb pressure to make opening cans easy on your hands.
OXO SteeL Can Opener
Sleek stainless steel construction makes it durable, and the large, soft turning knob is easy to manage.
OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener
The Can Opener snaps and locks closed to hold the can securely while you turn the knob. There’s no need to grip tightly to keep the Can Opener in place on the rim. Press the lock open with your thumb and it springs open to release the can.
OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener with Lid Catch
Features a magnet that lifts lids off for hands-free disposal and ensures that cut lids don’t fall into cans. A window in the Opener top allows you to quickly align the Opener to the lip of the can and lets you see slicing progress so you know when it’s come full circle.
OXO Good Grips Smooth Edges Can Opener
Cuts on the side of the can, below the can edge, leaving no sharp edges on the can or lid. The stainless steel cutting wheel does not touch can contents and stays clean, while the lid pliers allow for no-touch lid removal.
For Your Can-venience
Every OXO Can Opener features sharp, effective blades and a comfortable, oversized turning knob.
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|Item Dimensions||6.7 x 10.5 x 2.2 in||3.5 x 2 x 7.5 in||1.88 x 7 x 2.75 in||4 x 9 x 1 in||2 x 7.25 x 3.5 in||3.88 x 7.75 x 2.5 in|
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By cutting on the side of the can below the edge, the Smooth Edge Can Opener leaves no sharp edges on the can or lid. The sharp, hardened stainless steel cutting wheel stays clean, avoiding contact with can contents, while the lid pliers allow for no-touch lid removal.
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I’m a 37 year old man who uses tools for a living. Not stupid.
I wish I bought a regular one. This thing is horrible. Makes me so mad every time I have to use it. I don’t any more. I went to the grocery store and bought a regular one.
Turns out, about 15% of these things do not work at all.
I got one of them. But if it did work, the design is flawed: if you have a square can, like the type that sardines come in sometimes, the can ends up getting in the way of the handle, so you can not turn the handle. It only works for round cans. That's a simple design error ! Wow.
I still like the tech behind it. I found one which has about 8% that do not work. Will buy one of those. Hoping for better luck. In case the reader wants to know,
this is one I will try: Kuhn Rikon Auto Safety Master Opener, Red, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000B6NXL6/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=
and this one I was considering before I found the Kuhn opener: Good Cook Classic Safe Cut Can Opener, http://www.amazon.com/Good-Cook-Classic-Safe-Opener/dp/B000AX13US/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8.
Update: desired to try this opener again, on a differ eerie nth can. This can had thicker top lip. Went around a couple of times, and was able to snap the top open. So this opener can open some cans. I read that people were finding metal filings, and wanted to check if I had any. I closed the lid back and circled around the top of the can with my index finger. Action I immediately regretted, got a metal splinter. It was extremely difficult to see. I got tweezers and a magnifying glass, and was able to take it out. It was extremely skinny, and about an eighth of an inch long. At this point I was not impressed with this technology any more, and tried to cancel my order for Kuhn Rikon Auto Safety Master Opener, but it was too late. I got the new opener. I wanted to try it. First I tried it on the cans OXO could not open. The new one did open those. They were aluminum, not iron, and did not produce the shavings. But I feel like the one could also produce shavings. I will keep it, because it does not have other flaws that Oxo does. Will have to be careful about the shavings. Not sure it is worth it. Although I do like how you can foreclose the top again, and the cutting wheel never gets into food.
I give it 5 stars because it does what its supposed to, is of good quality with no problems, and the price is fair. I'll admit that at $20, this is getting to be near the upper limit of a manual can opener, but its always nice to have one on hand that actually works.
As you can see from other reviews, this cuts differently than other can openers--it cuts around the side of the can, not around the top of the can. Then, you use the little "beak" and pop the lid off. You don't have to squeeze super tight on the handle to get the blade to cut through the metal, and the crank is large, comfortable and easy to turn.
If you open a lot of cans with liquid in them--canned fruit or stuff like that--and need to drain the liquid off, you may not like this opener because, as others have stated, you can't put the lid into the can once you cut it off and use it like a strainer. I get around this when needed by not cutting all the way around the can...so I cut 95 percent of the lid off, then bend it up so it is still attached and strain liquid out that way.
As far as safety, I don't know that its "safer" than the other type of can opener. I've never cut myself on any lid. This opener leaves the sharp edges on the can itself and not the lid, so it doesn't eliminate sharp edges as much as it puts the sharp edges where you are less likely to accidentally bump into them.