Rösle Stainless Steel 9-inch Mincing Garlic Press
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- Minces even unpeeled cloves of garlic
- Mincing head flicks open for easy rinsing
- Handles lock for storage
- German-designed, 18/10 stainless steel; dishwasher-safe
- Round, satin-finish handles with hanging ring
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The Rösle history has forever been a story of innovative inventions. These have
The Rösle history has forever been a story of innovative inventions. These have usually been inventions which proved to be a great relief in daily kitchen routines or when grilling in the garden. To create products like this, we pursue a systematic, customer-oriented and passionate working style. It is for this reason that Rösle has been loved and admired for more than 125 years.
German Engineered for Over 125 Years
Since 1888, Rösle has been using German engineering to produce the finest quality professional cooking tools and kitchen utensils for the professional chef and home cook. Designed for optimum performance, comfort and appearance, Rösle cookware offers a complete integrated system of kitchen utensils, cookware tools, colanders, casseroles, frying pans, skillets, barbecue utensils, barware and more. Made from the highest grade 18/10 stainless steel, Rösle will bring pleasure to food preparation that is guaranteed for a lifetime.
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12782 Features: -Hanging ring for easy access and storage. -Round stainless steel handle. -Special leverage for effortless crushing. -54 Conical perforations extract all the goodness from each garlic clove. Product Type: -Press. Finish: -Stainless Steel. Base Material: -Stainless steel. Handle Material: -Stainless steel. Operation: -Manual. Food Compatibility: -Garlic. Item Type: -Handheld. Generic Dimensions: -Handle dimensions: 4.7'' H. -Overall dimensions: 7.9'' H. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -7.9 Inches.
- Dimensions: 2.83" wide x 7.95" long/deep x 1.5" high
- Made in China
One of Rösle's superb kitchen tools, this 9-inch garlic press minces even unpeeled cloves of garlic with a cunningly engineered lever mechanism that requires minimal pressure. Another nice touch is the mincing head that flicks open for easy rinsing. Pressing the handles afterward locks them together for storage. Like all Rösle tools, utensils, and Open Kitchen storage components, the garlic press is made of 18/10 stainless steel for rustproof beauty and long-lasting durability. The round handles have a satin finish to conceal finger marks (in pleasing contrast to the mirror-finish head). The handles are sealed against water, and one handle has a hanging ring so the garlic press can be conveniently stored on a hook in the Open Kitchen system of Rösle basic rails and Gridwalls or hung on any hook or peg. The garlic press is sturdy, balanced, and exceptionally comfortable in the hand. It's dishwasher-safe and carries a lifetime warranty against defects.
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1- solid device, absolutely nothing flimsy about this workhorse, heavy
2- hanging ring (for some reason this seems to be important to some, I've never used it and I'll bet you won't either)
3- can mince garlic without removing the skin, important if you are mincing, like, hundreds of cloves
4- good construction in that there is no wobble or looseness at working joints
5- dishwasher safe, in fact, probably MUST be washed in a dishwasher
1- must be opened very wide to start crushing the garlic. This means a two-handed job in the beginning if like me you have smaller-ish hands
2- there is no pusher device to clean the screen through which the garlic is pressed. Rinsing the screen immediately after using it helps, but garlic will stick in several holes anyway unless you're rinsing with a fire hose. Annoying, and wastes a lot of water. Does wash up in the dishwasher however.
3- mincing a large clove or multiple small ones will cause some amount of garlic to squish back at you around the sides of the mechanism adding to the cleaning issues and wasting garlic.
Still on the search for a mo-better garlic press. I don't understand why this is so hard to do, but it apparently is.
I was debating between this and the Kuhn Rikon epicurean press but I was worried about the palm of my hand getting pinched like other customers reported. The Rosle press handles are rounded and very comfortable for me.
Finally, cleaning this press is so easy. I've had presses in the past that have a basket and these were a pain to clean because garlic or their skins would get stuck between the crevices. The Rosle basket/hopper doesn't have sides making it very easy to clean. Rinsing it right after use is always helpful.
This is the best press I've ever owned and well worth the higher price tag (you save about $10 if you buy it on Amazon compared to other online or regular storefronts). I highly recommend it.
Along came the Roesle products. I had purchased a peeler that was solid and well constructed. So I opted to finally replace my old press for its version. It also featured a "cleaning" option.
This product is spectacular! It is not only solidly constructed as a stainless steel press, but the pressure I am able to exert on the pressing action is so much better... it has a better mechanical advantage than my treasured older one. Moreover, the cleaning option is simply a movement of the straining part of the press to be available for direct cleaning. So the difficulty removing the leftover fibrous part of the clove is eliminated. The material can be easily rinsed off (or in some cases the material can be easily added to the stew pot if appropriate). The archaic effort to unclog the micro-holes of my old press with a toothpick or needle simply goes away. Any remnants stuck in the holes of the exposed part will reliably wash off in the dishwasher.
Trust me that it is worth the price if you regularly use garlic like we do. No more of the, "Jeez, should I add another clove or two" decision. It is so easy, you make the right choice every time. While I don't go to the extent that some have said about not peeling the clove, I do at least cut off the attachment end of the clove (and then you can leave the paper on the clove) before putting it in the press.
I am a happy Roesle garlic press user!
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Easy to press
Simple to clean
*we do not put in dishwasher, I think you can but we do not.