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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-2 18:3

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:19

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:22

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:4

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:7

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-8 18:9

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:3

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:5

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    This is a piece of junk.Holding this peeler is awkward. It feels very little in your hand and the method the handle is designed, it's not simple to grip. Also, since the body is created from pliable / bendable plastic, the blade came out of the handle when I tried to [email protected]#$%!. I had to pop it back in, in order to use it. Not a amazing so, not sure if this is amazing or bad, but it shaves very thin slices from whatever it is you're trying to peel. Since it's not adjustable (most, if not all peelers, are not), if thin slices are not your thing, you just have to hold peeling.Unfortunately, I can't give a long term review of this peeler... The thing rusted after the first time I used it!Don't waste your time or cash on this.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    As a longtime cook I am always on the outlook for the best, most efficient instruments. This automatically excludes 95% of stuff sold. This "French peeler" is near perfection. Why would anyone use anything differently? I can remove the skins of peaches, pears and mangos, slice cheese, peel and thinly slice potatoes...and the price can't be e Kuhn, by the way, was selected as the best peeler of 2018 at 1/3 -1/4 the cost of higher end competitors.

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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    We have worn out (after 10 years or so) this peeler and can't live without them. No one in our city had them in stock when our latest one quit peeling properly, so we bought a couple various ones locally while these were on order. I required to peel some lemons for limoncello so thought I would test all 3 types. I required a really thin peel (no white from the lemon) and the Kuhn Rikon peeler was the absolute best. So, if you wish thin peels, this is the set to get.

    0  


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    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    Best peelers on the shop for the price. Let's be honest no one is ever going to take the time to replace the blade of their peeler when it isn't sharp anymore, might as well just replace them as needed, and the price point on these fits ese are shaped strangely because they are meant to be held differently from the traditional peelers, and in holding these Y peelers properly you are afforded more dexterity, control and ultimately speed when using this device. I've peeled a ton of potatoes in my day, and Y peelers are most efficient for the task, same story for carrots.If you work in kitchens and peel things, place one of these in your knife bag! You wont regret it if you lose it, and you'll be glad you have it when you need it.

    0  


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    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    My son introduced me to this peeler and I have introduced others as I like them so much. For me, there was a little learning curve as I was used to ‘ye old potato peeler’, but once I got the hang of it, peeling veggies is a breeze. And not just veggies. I peeled a dozen apples this morning in no time at first peeler is over five years old and still as sharp as the day son gave it to me. I rinse it in hot water, lay on the window sill to air dry and then shop it to nothing rubs versus the blades. I recently bought another set, kept one for myself (always amazing to have a back up) and gave the other two to my sister. She loves it too.

    0  


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    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    These peelers were on my Amazon list for a quite awhile. They were recommended by America'sTest Kitchen and Serious Food. I peeled a couple of middle-sized potatoes and the peeler easily did its job quite well. I want the handles were at least an inch or two longer than they are and a bit heavier and thicker. I'd gladly take two peelers rather than three for the price if the handles were more comfortable to hold.

    0  


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    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    Amazing for making decorative spirals but I was hoping to create zoodles for dinner without the waste of a spiralizer in the center of the veg, but this is too cumbersome for that. But for salads or decorating when you dont wish to drag out the full sized spiralizer it is great.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    I like this style of peeler and was replacing something I had for years. I thought Kuhn Rikon was a beautiful decent brand so I got this. After one round in the dish washer it started to rust. Now the blade is totally covered in rust and I'm throwing it away because I don't wish metal in my food.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    This by far is the best f****** peeler ever created. I literally use it every day I'm at work. It can even handle sweet potatoes. The hole on the handle seriously makes it ergonomically superior to any peeler I've ever used (I'm a sous chef) and as long as you clean it after usage it WHICH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO 😠, it will latest forever 😁

    0  


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    Is this review useful?

    Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Black review []  2019-12-9 18:7

    For those who work in the meal industry, this one is an mon complaints: Blade rusts, awkward to use, feels sponse:1.) The blade rusts because the peeler is not created of stainless steel. As someone else has already pointed out, it's carbon steel which requires more care (rinse/wash & wipe test with a kitchen towel right away) to prevent rusting. However, this makes the Kuhn Rikon peelers MUCH sharper. They also hold their edge longer than your normal metal swivel head peeler that most people are used to seeing.2.) For fresh users, the kuhn rikon peeler can feel quite awkward because its Y-shape means that it is best for certain things. In the restaurant business, peeling 10gallons of potatoes for mash happens every couple days and this is the peeler to do it. The Y-peeler is best for certain tasks and requires a certain grip and technique. It takes some getting used to but once you've got it down, you'll be going through apples and potatoes like no one's business.3.) These peelers aren't meant to be kept for years unless of course you only peel a few veggies a year. For the product intended use, these are plenty sturdy, can be thrown around, used, abused and still stay sharper for longer. A lot of prep cooks go through one of these every couple months just because of the sheer volume of meal they prepare. So, with professional wear and tear, you're not going to hold them around forever. The reason why cooking specialists are generally so happy with these is that the Kuhn Rikons are the best peelers when considering working efficiency, durability and mmary: If you're a home cook who only peels an apple as a snack and a few potatoes for dinner every few days, you might not wish to bother with getting used to a various kind of peeler and the slightly higher maintenance. BUT if you're in the meal industry, you know that you can't search what the Kuhn Rikon peelers have to offer anywhere else.

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