Spin your salad dry with this inventive plastic salad spinner. Fill the basket with rinsed fresh greens or berries, close the lid and press the nonslip knob to start the basket spinning.
A push-button brake stops the motion so you can remove the dried contents. The knob locks down for storage, and both basket and bowl can be used separately. The clear lid can be easily disassembled for easy cleaning.
Material: ABS plastic and silicone
Care: Dishwasher safe
Dimensions: 6" x 10½" x 10½"
Made in China
OXO began with a simple question. Why do ordinary kitchen tools hurt your hands? OXO set out to create a line of kitchen tools that would be comfortable to hold and easy to use. Today OXO offers more than 500 ergonomic products with pressure-absorbing, comfort-grip handles.
I have bought and used at least 6 other brands of salad spinners, and this is the best I have found! The spinner easily reaches an adequate speed (a problem with other brands) and is easy to use and clean. My favorite feature is that the lid comes apart so you can clean it in the dishwasher along with the bowl and basket! I highly recommend this Salad Spinner
The brake on my current OXO salad spinner finally gave out after heavy use, so I'm replacing it. I'm pretty happy with my current model, though the design is more bowl-like than this one. Perhaps the new design will contribute to improved performance.
I have a relatively new Zyless spinner that leaves my greens really wet. I have to lay them out on a towel and blot them after using the spinner multiple times. I am curious if this one really does dry out the greens. Also, does the pumping motion bother your hands
A shopper on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer:I watched a couple videos on this spinner. From what I can tell, your greens come out pretty dry, but a few people still opted to put them on paper towels when they were done. As far as pumping goes, I saw a video where one woman was letting her children do the spinning for her, so it appears to be pretty easy