OXO Tot Grape Cutter, Green
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- Cuts most seedless grapes and grape tomatoes into quarters quickly and safely with serrated blades that easily slice through fruit skins
- Soft, non-slip plunger and curved finger rests provide comfort while cutting
- Cover snaps on for on-the-go use and safe storage
- Can be taken apart for easy cleaning and is BPA free
- Quartering your grapes makes them a safer snack for tots as the smaller pieces are less likely to get stuck in a child's windpipe
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From the manufacturer
OXO Tot Grape Cutter
Safer Snacktime for Hungry Tots and Busy Moms
Easy to Use
Serrated blades slice grapes into quarters quickly, easily and safely.
Soft, non-slip plunger and curved finger rests provide comfort while cutting.
Easy to Store
Cover snaps on for on-the-go use and safe storage.
Safe for the Whole Family
BPA-free and dishwasher safe.
Here's a Good Tip
Hosting a dinner party? Quarter grape tomatoes in a snap for a delicious bruschetta appetizer. Mangia!
Why Quarter Grapes?
The American Academy of Pediatrics lists grapes as high-risk choking hazards for children. This can be prevented by avoiding whole and even halved grapes. The shape and smaller size of the quartered pieces make them less likely to get stuck in a child’s windpipe, making this healthy snack safer for your little one.
Take the hassle out of quartering grapes for your little one with the OXO Tot grape cutter. Sharp, serrated, stainless steel blades quickly and easily slice through the soft fruit skin, while keeping fingers safe and out of the way. The curved finger rests provide comfort, even during repetitive use. The grape cutter is great for making a healthy snack that is safe for tots to eat. The cover snaps on for safe storage and for taking on the go, and the grape cutter is top-rack dishwasher safe. The grape cutter blades also cut through pitted olives and grape tomatoes with ease, making it perfect for making chicken salad, fruit salad, salsa and more.
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Figuring that this could be a problem caused by slightly squishy grapes, I went back to the store and bought harder grapes, green ones this time, each elongated grape covered in a tight green skin. No go, the cutter would not cut the grapes, it smooshed them and made a small amount of X cuts across the tops of the grapes. I tried a total of seven grapes, each with the same result.
Next I tried something harder, a a green olive. One slight cut and a smooshed olive was the result.
Finally I found something it worked on, a garlic clove. The only problem is that I have no need for quartered garlic cloves.
All in all, a waste of my time.
> The Oxo Grape Cutter will slice anything up to about 1" in diameter X 1 3/8" long, vertically into 4 quadrants (pieces). So, as an extreme example, you can make carrot sticks from "baby" carrots. As an experiment, I actually made such carrot sticks -- it works, but really is not practical for the purpose.
> The upper (white in the photo) plunger (or "piston") sections unscrews from the lower (green in the photo) slicer section for cleaning.
COMPLAINTS OF OTHER REVIEWERS
> Some reviewers claim that it doesn't work on mushy grapes or mushy cherry tomatoes. Duh!! Obvious your vegies or fruit must be reasonably firm, or at least thin-skinned. Grapes and cherry tomatoes grown in dry environments (such as California) often have very thick, very tough, skins and may be harder to slice.
> Some reviewers claim that it gets dull after a few months and then doesn't cut well. Okay, I haven't had mine long enough to evaluate that -- but I do have a heavily-used 20 year old Oxo mandolin and a 10 year old Oxo chopper that slice as well as they did when new. Food acids and dishwasher washing quickly dull any knife or cutting tool. NEVER place a knife, mandolin, or any other cutting tool in your dishwasher. NEVER touch the blades with anything. Similarly, I recommend AGAINST trying to use it on seeded grapes, unpitted olives, or unpitted cherries.
> So, the moment you are finished using the Oxo Grape Cutter, optionally separate the plunger and slicer sections, thoroughly rinse it (or both) off, optionally dry the outside with a dish towel, and finally let it (or both) air dry.
> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question.
Most recent customer reviews
The key is to push the plunger quick and hard. If you do it gentle, the tomato will smoosh.Read more