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- Unique design allows both left or right handed
- Easy to Clean made of Stainless Steel and Plastic Handle
- 100% safe, Works twice as fast as ordinary peelers
- Makes Perfectly shaped pineapple rings
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- ASIN: B01I6SFEF8
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2016
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Top Customer Reviews
It is listed as 18/10 stainless steel but it is clear looking at the product that it is not stainless.
Mine came with bad and broken welds. There is sharpie writing on the metal. It is not polished. The edges are not smooth. Based on this I believe that this is made using rough cuts of scrap metal - something appropriate for my bicycle but not for my kitchen.
The "upload customer images" link doesn't work but I would love to share close ups of the quality of the product I received.
I am returning mine and paying $3 more for a brand I can trust; I would never use this product in my kitchen.
I was given a full refund from 360 deals and I purchased this one Stainless Pineapple Slicer with Wedger which is much better quality.
This is just a terrible design.
First, the blade tears - rather than cuts - the pulp of the pineapple. As a result, the fruit is shredded. Texture is important to me. The other consequence is that it squeezes some of the juice out of the fruit - making a mess on the kitchen counter. Also, squeezing the juice removes some of the sweetness. The fruit just doesn't taste as good.
Second, the shape: who needs a pineapple spring? This leaves you with a coil that you still need another knife.
Third - Wasted fruit. This "one size cuts all" tool means that you may not get all of the flesh that is close to the skin. Some of that flesh is the sweetest part of the pineapple.
Forth - Cleaning. It's a pain to get the core out of the center of this tool.
I am huge Amazon fan. Part of the reason is the community that provides their honest feedback. I am not saying that the people who gave this good reviews have questionable integrity. However, I am wondering if they never knew how to cut a pineapple, the "Easy Tool" might seem pretty good.
Personally, I learned how to cut a pineapple the Dole plantation in Hawaii. That method is simple, 1) cut of the top and bottom. 2) quarter the pineapple and cut out the core from each quarter. 3) use a curved pineapple knife - basically a bent steak knife - and 4) cut into cubes. Easy peasy. No waste,n o mess, and the best possible taste.
I am sorry, but the Easy Tool gets a solid "thumbs down" from this guy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great not only for pineapple but for apples, potato and other more relative fruits and vegetables. A good work indeed.Published 8 hours ago by Valerie
Works as promised!There is something so satisfying about coring your pineapple and serving it in one big piece!It works just as pictured! It is so easy!Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This is a perfect and simple way to eat delicious pineapples that were quite expensive.Published 1 day ago by Dee06
Kind of cheaply made! Will probably order a better quality next time!Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best kitchen gadgets I have. Very easy to use and allows me to purchase fresh pineapples without the usual dread and hassle of getting to the fruitPublished 2 days ago by Cindy
Works as promised!
There is something so satisfying about coring your pineapple and serving it in one big piece!
It works just as pictured! It is so easy!
Works as expected but the little buttons are hard to disconnect the pieces.Published 8 days ago by Emily K. Anderson