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Kuhn Rikon Swiss Peelers

Many consider the original Swiss peeler the best vegetable peeler on the planet. Effortlessly peels fruits and vegetables, even those with firm skins. Carbon-steel blade starts sharper and stays sharper for longer, and peeler features a potato bud remover...Read More

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Many consider the original Swiss peeler the best vegetable peeler on the planet. Effortlessly peels fruits and vegetables, even those with firm skins. Carbon-steel blade starts sharper and stays sharper for longer, and peeler features a potato bud remover tip. Great for right- or left-handed use. 4½". Hand wash and towel dry after each use.

  • Material: Carbon steel and plastic
  • Care: Hand wash and towel dry after each use
  • Dimensions: 4½"
  • Made in Switzerland
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THE GREATEST PEELER EVER!!!!
This peeler is soooo much more comfortable than the one your mother still uses. It allows for a much faster and smoother peel without friction or discomfort. However, the very best thing about them is how cheap they are. So, if they become dull just toss them and replace them. What more can one as for from a kitchen product
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May 11, 2011
Great For Wider Vegetables and Fruits.
We enjoy Aubergines and Butternut Squash.A bear for peeling either one.The shorter length we have just does not have the literal ""Edge"" of Kukn Rikon. {Yes,these are Swiss made as well}. This is a Sharp Peeler. So,do not give to Little Ones without supervision. As for ""throwing away"" as a Reviewer stated,there are ""sharpeners"" that will keep the ""edge"" nice and sharp for Years to come
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October 9, 2011
My favorite peeler
Love these peelers. They are lightweight, blades are sharp, and easy on the hands. I picked up a couple on sale to have on. Would be a great housewarming gift
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January 26, 2013
Does the job
This little peeler really does the job of more expensive ones. However, I've run into a rust problem too. I'll work to remove it and be more careful next time.
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June 28, 2015
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1 month ago
poor choice of blade
the blade on this peeler rusts. You have to make sure that it is completely dry after you wash it, or it will rust. They should use a better material for the blade, something that does not rust. I probably would not buy this again for this reason.
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January 22, 2015
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7 months ago
 

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I love these peelers! I bought them elsewhere a long time ago, and they are wearing out. I give them as gifts. And, by the way, they might rust because they are carbon steel, but that is why they are so good!
Jill R on Jun 14, 2015
Best peeler, stays sharp, but unfortunately it rusts and needs to be replaced every so often.
Eve N on Jun 1, 2015
Lost mine in our recent move and can't wait for the new one to arrive.
June V on Jun 5, 2015
Great stocking stuffer
kristin h on Jun 1, 2015
Can you get rid of the rust on the blade?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer: My peelers haven't rusted, but then I dry them with a clean kitchen towel as soon as I wash them. And I never soak them. In my experience, rust, unless it has penetrated deep into a blade, is fairly easy to get rid of. I would rub the blade with a pad of fine steel wool, and then hand wash and hand dry the peeler. In my experience, sharp blades require TLC to retain their edges.
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sharpening Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peele

A reviewer claimed that it is possible to sharpen this product. How?
A shopper on Jul 14, 2012
Best Answer: There are many different methods out there for sharpening your vegetable peelers. The most common one I have found is using a paring knife. You can also use a sharpening stone or file. Below are a couple of links to videos on how to sharpen your vegetable peeler that I found to be very helpful.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmyaIEEXrlMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL0gN5IgK8s&feature=relate
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