Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Red
The Original Swiss Peeler - Featherweight Design, Heavyweight Performance!
Since its official launch in 1986, the Original Swiss Peeler by Kuhn Rikon of Switzerland has sold more than 20 million units worldwide and continues to out-perform its competitors at a fraction of the cost.
It was voted the best vegetable peeler by Cooks Illustrated magazine in 2012, outscoring 15 other models that were independently tested according to different criteria.
True to its roots, it is still manufactured in Switzerland to this day. And don’t be fooled by its featherweight design - the razor-sharp carbon steel blade will tackle a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and more with minimum fuss. The Original Swiss Peeler is dishwasher safe, although hand-washing and towel-drying is recommended in order to maximise longevity.
Always dry the blade thoroughly.
The device is guaranteed for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase in accordance with general domestic usage. About Kuhn Rikon of Switzerland Manufacturers of premium-quality cookware since 1926 - and inspired by a desire to make healthy eating an easier, faster and more enjoyable experience - Kuhn Rikon of Switzerland has become an established name within the housewares industry. With an impressive and ever-expanding assortment in categories that include knives, frying pans and tools/gadgets, their products offer practical solutions to everyday challenges within the kitchen.
Box Contains 1 x Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler, Red
- The ultimate all-purpose Y peeler - ideal for a wide variety of fruit and vegetables (both soft and hard) and more
- Features a razor-sharp straight carbon steel blade that maximises smoothness and minimises wastage
- Incorporates a potato eye remover
- Suitable for right and left-handed usage
- Dishwasher safe but hand-washing and towel-drying is recommended to increase longevity (always dry the blade thoroughly)
- Made in Switzerland since 1986
- More than 20 million sold worldwide
- Voted the best vegetable peeler by Cooks Illustrated magazine in 2012