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Rösle® Can Opener with Plier Grip

Dishwasher-safe, ergonomically shaped thumbscrew provides for smooth and effortless turning, so you can open any tin can smoothly and easily. Leaves no sharp edges on lid or tin rim and does not come in contact with contents of can. Lid can then be reused...Read More

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Dishwasher-safe, ergonomically shaped thumbscrew provides for smooth and effortless turning, so you can open any tin can smoothly and easily. Leaves no sharp edges on lid or tin rim and does not come in contact with contents of can. Lid can then be reused for storage. Comes with integrated plier to help pull up sticky lids. Lifetime warranty.

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  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 7.9"
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
BENEFITS:
  • Ergonomically shaped thumbscrew provides for smooth and effortless turning, so you can open any tin can smoothly and easily.
  • Leaves no sharp edges on lid or tin rim and does not come in contact with contents of can.
  • Lid can then be reused for storage.
  • Comes with integrated plier to help pull up sticky lids.
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This can opener is worth every penny. I am certain it will last more than a lifetime. I also have the Rosle garlic press, and it is also amazing. Rosle apparently makes the best. I recommend both products -- highly
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January 28, 2013
"Great Design, Durable, Sanitary"
After having a can opener with plastic parts that broke and another that rusted (where it contacted the food), I wanted an all stainless steel can opener. This is 18/10 S.S. so it won't rust and it very durable. I am hoping it lasts a lifetime. I love the fact that it doesn't come in contact with food so it is sanitary and easy to clean. Because of the way it cuts the cap from the can, I couldn't use the cap any longer to press on the tuna to drain it... no problem, I just purchased the very inexpensive Progressive Blue Tuna Press and it easily drains my tuna and other canned items. I am very pleased with this can opener purchase
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February 23, 2014
one word:
awesome
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February 24, 2014
the best
We were ordering a new can opener (as we do every couple of years due to rust) and saw this one by Rosle. We are very pleased with it. Hoping that the stainless steel means that we will not need to replace it in a couple years.

Easy to use and no sharp edges left on can or lid. Wish I would have had this one years ago.
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January 18, 2015
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Victoria S on Jul 25, 2015
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Jodie M on May 14, 2015
rosle products work beautifully and yet they come with a lifetime guarantee. what could be better?
susan h on Jul 1, 2015
Needed a new one...we'll see how it holds up.
Karen W on May 8, 2015
How do I use this?
A shopper on Jun 27, 2015
Best Answer: Pull the handles apart. Align the opener so the twisting key is on top of the can to be opened. The edge of the can should be against the round turning protrusion on the bottom of the opener. Push the handles together and you will feel the cutting edge lock against the rim of the can. Turn the key until the can rotates past the point where you started. Hold the can steady with your hand not holding the opener (the opener should still be connected to the can). Lift the handles (in a manner that pushes the front of the opener into the top of the can) and the top of the can will come off (still in the grasp of the opener). The cut occurs below the rim of the can, so the the top and the rim are removed.
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R�sle� Can Opene

I have to go around the can twice before it cuts.Is there someone who could give me a tip on what I am doing wrong..
A shopper on Jul 11, 2013
Best Answer: I don't believe that you're doing anything wrong. According to several reviews I've read, having to go around the can more than once is pretty typical with this can opener
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Left Handed

I am left handed, and twist with the right hand. Since the crank is not flat, has anyone had experience using this left handed
A shopper on Aug 30, 2013
Best Answer: I, too, am left handed, so I tried it myself. I think it's very easy to use, and perfectly comfortable
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