Reddit Reddit reviews OXO Good Grips Pro Swivel Peeler

We found 5 Reddit comments about OXO Good Grips Pro Swivel Peeler. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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OXO Good Grips Pro Swivel Peeler
Swivel peeler offers superior control when peeling delicate fruits and hearty vegetablesConstructed of sturdy, die-cast zinc; extra-hardened stainless-steel blade stays sharpNon-slip, contoured handle with extra cushioning for ergonomic gripSharp eyer easily removes blemishes in one scoopDishwasher safe; replaceable blade available
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5 Reddit comments about OXO Good Grips Pro Swivel Peeler:

u/inverse_tiresias · 6 pointsr/bingingwithbabish

That looks like a swivel peeler with the material surrounding the blade being steel or silver colored, a black handle, and a dimple in the tip to scoop out spots and eyes.

After some Googling my spouse and I have narrowed it down to two candidates. Personally I think the first is closer to the one in the video (but they think the handle is too thick) while the second is a little too curved.

u/Diablo-D3 · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

There might not be one. Eventually they must go dull, and thats just the way it is. However, I habitually buy OXO Good Grips stuff, so try this:

u/jfb3 · 1 pointr/food

Not really. The tongs need to be sturdy enough to hold a rack of ribs. The peelers I have are like this, but that's just because I happen to like the way they fit and feel. The chinese cleaver I have I bought at the local chinese grocery store (I handled a bunch of them until I found one that felt "right").

u/db33511 · 1 pointr/chefknives

I like this one by Oxo, couple more bucks but I keep it close.

Recently got turned onto a Rosle Y shaped. Best in show. Keep it real close.

u/renational · -1 pointsr/Cooking

thanks, i'll check it out at BB&B first as I'm skeptical it's sturdy enough.
i may end up getting the pro version of that peeler for a few dollars more;
on this version the blade is longer, tougher and held by a metal frame.
a reviewer in Dec'2013 claims he uses this specifically on butternut squash.