Sunbeam 6-1/2-Inch Flow Thru Salad Spinner
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- Convenient and affordable
- Easy to use
- Comfortable handle
- Doubles as a crisper in your refrigerator
- Doubles as a colander for rinsing fruits and vegetables
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|Item Dimensions||13.5 x 15.8 x 8 in||8.75 x 8.75 x 6 in||6 x 9 x 9 in||6.24 x 8.87 x 8.87 in||8.5 x 8.5 x 6.5 in||9 x 6.25 x 9 in|
Sunbeam's 6-1/2-inch Flow Thru Salad Spinner. Rinse, dry and serve fresh salads, fruits and vegetables with ease. Comfortable handle spins to remove access water with ease. Basket doubles as a colander for convenient straining. Versatile spinner bowl can also be used in refrigerator as a crisper.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought the Oxo Softworks at a chain store, but the push-button mechanism seemed really wobbly, and not likely to stand up to the extensive use we put it through. We eat greens nearly every day, so spinning 3-4 bunches of greens a week (at least) is not unusual. The Oxo never got the greens very dry, and I didn't like having to frequently dump out the water at the bottom, so I returned it to the store. For the $40 I paid, I expected a lot more from Oxo.
I tried another brand with a hand crank, but like the Oxo, it did not get the greens very dry, and dumpiing out the water was annoying. Plus, the first time I used it, small pieces of plastic shredded off the top of the basket, which I found quite disturbing.
So I ended up back with my old standby. The plastic on this new one is a little flimsier in the bottom and the colander, but the top - which is what broke on my old one - seems much sturdier than the original. It gets the greens really dry, and I love that the water just flows out into the sink so I don't have to keep emptying it. I never used it to rinse the greens with the 'flow-thru' spout on the top, but that spout is great to hold onto while you crank with the other hand. The spin basket sits well above the bottom of the spinner, so there is no worry about greens sitting in a dirty sink. It's no noisier than the Oxo - though it requires a bit more effort - and so far, it's held up well. And did I mention it gets the greens really dry? Yup, this is the one for me!
The good thing about this spinner is that it will dry your lettuce. Once you fill the spinner about half way. Get the lid to finally attach and struggle with the crank for a few seconds. You will have dry lettuce. In the long run you will get what you want from this spinner.
I personally have had it with this spinner. I used it for a few years and I am ready for a new one. You should not buy this spinner. Look for something a little more durable than this.
This is a nifty and most useful kitchen gadget. You can quickly and easily wash and spin dry your greens. The spout on the top allows you to add more water while spinning. This is not a soaker. You have to provide your own bowl to soak the lettuce if that's what you want. This just takes care of getting the greens dry and does a terrific job.
My friend loves his. Oh, and by the way, this spinner is sturdy as can be. It's a salad spinner, not a backhoe, you won't want to manhandle it.