OXO Good Grips Smooth Potato Masher
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- Broad, soft, horizontal handle absorbs pressure
- Fine-grid, stainless steel mashing plate yields smooth mashed potatoes
- Great for potatoes, root vegetables, and fruit
- Dishwasher safe
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Top Customer Reviews
My mother with mild arthritis likes this as well as her traditional masher.
As with most Oxo tools it is highly ergonomic: it fits the hand and does the job it's supposed to.
My only complaint would be that if you're doing a lot of potatoes and have large hands, you might get some on your knuckles as you repeatedly crush the helpless vegetables. This is only a minor annoyance though, and if you're in the market for a potato masher, you'd be hard pressed to do better.
I couldn't be more pleased. Highly recommended.
I LOVE this masher! I will never go back to the vertical type!
It's also perfect for making frijoles refritos!
The one flaw of the design? It's short handle. However, it's not a deal breaker. In fact - the plus-es of this more than made up for it's sole shortcoming. My old masher (vertical handle) was about the same height and had the same issue.
There's only one masher I've used that I liked as much as this one - but it was literally twice the price (it's a Cuisinart model). However, I would still choose this one over that other model because there was no hand fatigue with the Oxo. My family loves mashed potatoes and when I make them I make a lot. This was definitely put through some trials for Thanksgiving. I'm looking forward to using it for Christmas, and for meals in between.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great masher that works for mashed potatoes and for guacamole. I have used this at least twice a month for the past 3 year and it has always done the job just right. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Middle Aged Macgyver Dad
Many potato mashers have a long, pointed grip that makes it impossible to mash large amounts of material. It is simply to hard to grasp and press down for long periods of time. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Liz Anderson
I never like potato mashers until this one. I feel the horizontal handle allows more control and power to your mashing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Colby
This masher gives good leverage for mashing, but it broke at the joints near the base.Published 1 month ago by Chris White
Have 2 of these! So much easier to use than one with upright longer handle. Takes less force & stress to arms & shoulders. Not just for potatoes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by karen bass
Since i make mashed potatoes very rarely, i can't comment on durability. For mashing it's just ok, still on the lookout for that perfect one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. Zavarin