OXO Good Grips Olive and Cherry Pitter, Black
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- Splatter Shield protects work area from juices and removes for cleaning
- Sturdy, die-cast zinc construction removes pits with ease
- Soft, comfortable non-slip handles absorb pressure
- Generous holder accommodates large cherries like Bing and Rainier, and is recessed to secure smaller varieties of cherries and olives
- Locks closed for convenient storage
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•An efficient, mess-free design makes Oxo Good Grips' cherry pitter unlike the others
•Removable splatter shield directs juices downward and prevents them from soiling a work area
•When not in use, the splatter shield fits inside the front chamber, and a lock holds the Cherry Pitter closed for convenient storage
•Sturdy, die-cast zinc construction removes pits with ease; soft, comfortable non-slip handles absorb pressure while tool is squeezed
•Extra large to accommodate Bing and Rainier cherries; has a recessed cup to securely hold smaller varieties when pitting
Dimensions: 6″ x 1″ x 3″.
From the Manufacturer
OXO Good Grips Cherry & Olive Pitter
Baking a Cherry Pie is No Longer the Pits!
A roomy splatter shield directs juices downward, protecting the work area (and clothing) from unwanted messes.
Sturdy, die-cast zinc and soft, non-slip handles absorb pressure making even repetitive pitting nearly effortless.
Pitter accommodates large cherries like Bing and Rainier, and is recessed to secure smaller varieties of cherries and olives.
Convenient Cleanup and Storage
Dishwasher safe for easy clean-up; Locks closed for convenient storage.
Here's a Good Tip. ..
Northwest Cherries are at their peak from June through August. To enjoy delicious cherries all year round, rinse, pit, and store them in the freezer for later. Pitted cherries make a safe and delicious snack for both tots and adults!
Top Customer Reviews
Kudos to the Oxo team for making some solid product impovements! I'm passing my old Pampered Chef one down the family line.
I went back to my old tried and true pitting tool...A paper clip. Just insert the clip where the stem was, push it down and under the pit. Then scoop/pull/flick the pit back up through the stem hole. Use a small paper clip for sour pie cherries, and a big paper clip for sweet red cherries or Queen Anne cherries. It is way less messy than the OXO pitter, because the only hole is at the top of the cherry. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you...
I've been buying bags of cherries whenever they're on sale (which is practically every week in June and July) and pitting them. Pull off the stem, place the cherry in the pitter with the stem spot facing up and squeeze the trigger. About 95% of the time the pit pops right out. The other 5% of the time the pit is just pushed off to the side or it comes out but gets hung up in the exit hole because it's a little too big. If the pit is pushed off to the side, it's easy to spot and pick out, and if it's hung up it's also easy to pick it out. There was just one time that wasn't true. The pit got pushed into the exit hole and jammed there tight. It took me a couple of minutes with a lobster pick to get it out of there. But I did get it out with no harm done, and that was just one incident in many hundreds of cherries. I do think the exit hole should be just a tiny bit bigger, but that's minor.
The splatter guard works pretty well, but not flawlessly. You shouldn't pit a batch of cherries wearing something you don't want to get an occasional drop of cherry juice on. It seems counterintuitive, but I've found that aiming the pitter slightly sideways rather than straight up and down minimizes that risk.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My new fav kitchen tool. My kids love cherries, but removing the pits is messy and time consuming- until I found this handy gadget!Published 20 hours ago by B. Hollaender
We bought this to pit cherries for an event we catered. We ended up pitting 16 pounds in one sitting!! This thing woeks great and is really easy to use. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Julie
One if the best purchases I made this year. Really! I love cherries and this little baby made my bowl full of cherries an easy life.Published 2 days ago by D.Bohn
Does not get the pits out. Tried turning the cherries every way I couldPublished 2 days ago by Joe Haas
This pitter works just like I want it to. It does (except for overly small cherries) pit well without hugely splattering cherry juice. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chicagall