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May 16, 2008

Swiss Army Peeler

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That's different.

From the website:

    Tri Blade Peeler

    One of our favorite gadgets in a while, the Prepara Trio tri blade peeler is 3 blades in one.

    The peeler's handle hold a rotating 3 blade system: a regular peeler, serrated peeler and a julienne peeler.

    Why take up space with multiple peelers?

    Just rotate the bottom of the peeler to select which blade you wish to use, then slide the button to lock the blade into place.

    The blade cartridge can be removed for cleaning in the dishwasher.

    Another advantage of this peeler is that when not in use, the blades can be recessed inside the body for safe storage.

    Who hasn't cut themselves reaching into a kitchen tool drawer?

    The standard blade works great with a variety of vegetables.

    The serrated blade is excellent for softer fruits, while the julienne peeler works well with carrots, cucumber or potatoes.

    Japanese surgical steel blades give maximum performance and durability.

    Peeler measures 7.4"H x 1.5"W x 1.6"D.

$14.95.

May 16, 2008 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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