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OXO Good Grips Salad Spinner, Large, Clear
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- Easy, one-handed operation with patented pump mechanism and brake button
- Soft, non-slip knob locks down for storage and flat lid allows for convenient stacking when not in use
- Non-slip ring and wide base keep bowl steady on countertop
- Basket can be used separately as a colander and elegant, clear bowl is perfect for serving
- Top-rack dishwasher safe and BPA free
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From the manufacturer
Easy to Use
Wash and dry lettuce, herbs, fruit or leafy green veggies with a simple push of the pump. The patented brake button stops the Spinner on a dime.
Signature Non-Slip Pump and Base
The non-slip base keeps the bowl steady on countertops, the non-slip pump is soft to the touch.
Double Duty Salad Spinner
The basket can be used separately as a colander, and the BPA-free bowl is perfect for serving.
Easy to Clean and Store
The lid comes apart for thorough cleaning and the entire Spinner is top-rack dishwasher safe. The pump locks down for compact storage on shelves or in cabinets.
A new spin on our classic design Before the introduction of the OXO Good Grips Salad Spinner in 1998, crank or pull-tab salad spinners were considered high-end products. Some people even used the spin cycle of their washing machine to dry lettuce. Our easy-to-use Spinner transformed the tool into an everyday kitchen essential. Nearly 20 years later, we revisited the Spinner to make some updates while keeping the top features and original inspiration: a children’s top. With a modern design that complements contemporary kitchens and an improved brake that stops on a dime every time, we think you’ll love our new spin on the classic design. Dry salad greens with a simple press of the soft, non-slip knob. The non-slip base keeps the bowl steady on the countertop, and the updated built-in brake button stops the Salad Spinner for unloading. The basket doubles as a colander, and the lid comes apart for easy cleaning.
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I had the previous version for more years than I can remember--the darned thing was bulletproof. And I'd still be using it now if a clueless house guest hadn't stuck its spinner top cover in the bottom rack of my dishwasher with the wash cycle set for extra hot water. As you might expect, the plastic warped and that was that.
I was concerned that the new model couldn't measure up to the old one, but to my pleasant surprise it was improved in every way. The plastics throughout look and feel to be of higher quality, the appearance is far more attractive, the new compact design takes up less space in my cabinet and the spinner mechanism works as well as ever. What's not to love?! So bravo, Oxo, for once again being the company for which great isn't good enough.
Thank you for taking the time to read my review and I hope you find it helpful in making a buying decision!
Prior to the breaking of the mechanism, I thought it was a good spinner. Base is solid and stable. Basket is also solid and spins well inside the base. Lid piece fit well and real easy to use. Lettuce is sufficiently dry if you spin it well. We were quite happy with the product until the mechanism broke.
If the manufacturer reads this review, it seems like a simple fix: The center metal screw presses down into a plastic nut that spins the inner lid/basket. If this center plastic nut was made of metal instead of plastic, it would not deform. It was only a minor deformity but causes the other pieces to fall off.
Maybe, we pushed it down too hard but that's the only way to spin the basket fast enough to get the lettuce sufficiently dry.
I've owned several salad spinners and none of them completely dry the greens. I just dump them out on a dish towel for about 15 minutes and then do the paper towel/zip lock bag thing. They keep about a week and a half that way.
I am now researching a different salad spinner. Thank-you Amazon for providing useful reviews.