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Tater Mitts quick Peeling Potato Gloves with Bonus Slicer

2.1 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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Product Description

Tater Mitts quick peeling potato gloves. Also comes with a bonus vegitable slicer that makes perfect French fries. Peels potatos in 8 seconds.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 2 x 2 inches
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Tater Mitts
ASIN B000RNUD70
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Item model number 7863.00
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2.1 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

2.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #45,574 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#199 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Graters, Peelers & Slicers > Peelers
#657 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Fruit & Vegetable Tools
Date first available at Amazon.com April 27, 2004

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Upon first inspection, they look like big blue fisherman's gloves with aquarium rocks glued to them. I kid you not, that is what the abrasive surface is---blue aquarium rocks. I laughed. Out loud.

So we borrow a few potatoes and apples from a neighbor and get to work. I have to say, the suckers worked on the potatoes. Now, keep in mind that I had to WORK to get the skin off---I had broken out in a sweat by the time I finished one of them---and little blue aquarium rocks dotted my sink when I was finished, but, lo and behold, the skin was gone. We then used the handy dandy French fry cutter and that little sucker is dangerous---very easy to cut yourself so be careful.

The apples were a lot harder to do and when finished they resembled a peach because the outside of the pulp became fuzzy during all the sanding, ha ha.

Soooooo, in sum: the Tatermitts are basically sanding gloves with rocks on them that will gradually come off as you work away on potatoes. Eventually, I expect all the rocks will come off and we'll be out of business BUT until then, I guess they'll work. Periodically. On special occasions.
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Length: 1:26 Mins
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I was so excited when I got my tater mitts, I really hate peeling potatoes and was looking forward to peeling a potato in less than 8 seconds. Don't believe it. This is the worst gadget thing I have ever gotten. This is even worse than the "Epilady" (if you bought one you know what I am talking about!) The box is misleading, It doesn't say a thing about having to boil the potatoes for 5-6 minutes before you use the gloves. Even after boiling the potatoes the things don't work well.

DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY.
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They forget to mention that you have to boil the potatoes before you can peel them with the tater mitts. I'm not in the habit of parboiling potatoes, so I will just stick to my knives for peeling my potatoes. I don't recommend them.
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I got these as a gift - kind of an inside joke. They don't really work like they are supposed to. Not in 8 seconds. I guess if you wanted to spend 1 minute or two peeling the potato, and then have it look like it had been knawed on then it's worth it. To me, I think I'll just stick with my knife. And they were very hard to clean all the potato out. I agree them look like fish tank rocks just glued on to the gloves. I'm still keeping them though because of the inside joke thing between some friends.
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I was so excited about these gloves -- we eat lots of potatoes at our house and saving time is always a great possibility. Much to my dismay, I opened the box today and discovered that you have to BOIL THE POATOTOES FIRST!! How does that save time? I checked the outside of the box to make sure, and it says NOTHING about boiling the potatoes beforehand. Looks like a classic bait and switch to me. These will most definitely be returned.
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In my case, I picked up a set of Tater Mitts at a yard sale for just a dollar. Since that's about the same price
I usually pay for a pair of rubber gloves that I wear when I'm gardening or using caustic cleaning products, I figure
at least I'll get some use out of them. For peeling potatoes, however, these are useless and more trouble than
they're worth. The only people who may find these useful are those who need physical therapy for their hands,
because trying to peel a potato with these things will give your hands a real workout. The potatoes will look ragged
once you finally get the skins off, and you have to be careful that the blue gravel attached to the gloves doesn't
break off and get lodged in the potatoes. Then there's the problem of all those bits of potato peels that get caught
in the gloves, which make the gloves very hard to clean. Oh, and they forgot to mention that you have to boil the potatoes
first, which only increases the preparation time involved.
Get yourself a nice, old-fashioned potato peeler with a safe, thick handle, and you and your potatoes will be so much
happier than with this unnecessary product.
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By Emmy on February 5, 2010
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I ordered 5 sets of these for christmas presents. They were delivered in good time and good condition - however, no one was particularly happy with them. The presentations seen on t.v. made no mention (that any of us had seen) that the potatoes have to be boiled before you can peel them using the mitts. My grandson tried to peel a raw potato and the mitts came apart.

Not happy with the product...
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