Vegetable peeling is easy with this 18/10 stainless-steel horizontal peeler. Dishwasher safe.
Care: Do not use ordinary steel wool for cleaning, use recognized household cleaning agents specialized for stainless steel to guarantee optimum results
Dimensions: Handle length: 4", total length: 6¾"
Material: Stainless steel
Warranty: 5-year warranty
The form of the peeler is ideal for peeling long, slender vegetables such as cucumbers, carrots or courgettes with skins of medium thickness.
Suitable for both right- and left-hand use and work in both directions.
With numerous international design awards under its belt, the Rösle line is a real marriage of performance and beauty. Each tool is held to the strictest standards, with a meticulous degree of attention paid to every detail to ensure long-lasting utility.
I love the Rosle Peeler! It makes a 10lb bag of potatoes seem so easy to peel. It's one of the few peelers that will actually glide through the tough skin on a rutabaga.I bought this peeler almost 8 years ago and it still works great. Totally worth the money
I've yet to find anything better than this peeler. The very best part of this peeler which gives it a huge edge over other brands is the fact that you can remove the blade and sharpen it. You will have to sharpen it on a stone. If you are not willing to do that, this blade will eventually dull out just like other peelers, although this will probably outlast cheaper peelers in terms of edge retention.
With that in mind, the design still has an edge over other peelers, and is sharper out of the box than the other peelers I've used.
Bottom Line: This is by FAR the best peeler available if you are willing to sharpen, and still at the top even if you don't. If you don't want to sharpen this, you might want to have a look at some ceramic peelers
I have one and don't know how to use it-did not come with instructions-please help!
A shopper on Feb 12, 2011
Best Answer:The horizontal peeler is also known as the Swivel peeler crosswise on Rosle’s website. It is used that same way as the julienne peeler. Below is a link to the Rosle site with a video on how to use.
Put the loop on your index of middle finger so that your fingers curve over the peeler's back and the blade is pointing toward the produce. I use my middle finger and the ring only goes half-way down and it works great