Zyliss MultiPeeler, Electronic Peeler, Now £1.66 @ Sainsburys was £10.00 bargain ordered 4 for xmas gifts - HotUKDeals
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cant seem to give you the direct link found it on http://www.offeroftheday.co.uk collect free from your local sainsburys other wise £3.95 delivery .The Zyliss Electronic Multipeeler is perhaps the greatest peeler around. Its powerful battery operated motor makes it easy and efficient to use and ideal for those with limited hand mobility. It's perfect for peeling both hard and soft fruit and vegetables - and will even grate cheese or chocolate!

The oscillating serrated blades remove only a thin layer of peel, leaving behind as much of the goodness in fruit and vegetables as possible and cutting down on waste. The blade cover keeps the gadget sharp and your fingers safe when you're rummaging blindly through the drawer, plus it has a useful de-eyeing tool for vegetables.

Splash-proof and easy to clean, it's the perfect kitchen gadget. In clean, classic white and grey and with its own attractive gift box, it makes the ideal present for the aspiring chef in your life. The Zyliss Electronic Multipeeler runs on 4 x AA batteries (not
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#1
Order 4 as gifts myself, can't go wrong at £1.66, worst that happens is that it is not very good. Well spotted.
#2
yea the reviews seem mixed but worth a try for the price of £1.66
#3
Tried to order one for £1.66 (had seen them in Debenhams for about £15) got sainsburys msg at check out:

Sorry, we only have limited stock for the items highlighted below. Please update your quantities.

* Zyliss Electronic Multipeeler is not in stock




Edited By: charlie brown on Sep 23, 2010 08:54: ,
#4
OOS then...nice spot though
#5
probably sold out sometimes sainsburys reduce items taking 75% off but only have limited stock i posted some saucepans a couple of months a go and the same happened i will expire it
1 Like #6
gkbeckmann
Order 4 as gifts myself, can't go wrong at £1.66, worst that happens is that it is not very good. Well spotted.

You bought peelers as gifts,who are they for,your Mother In Law ? lol
#7
just ordered one , chose to collect at store as only up the road , great thanks op


op, dont expire as i have just ordered one about 5 mins ago with no problems !, maybe its location , not sure ?

Edited By: shopstilldrops on Sep 23, 2010 09:16: added some
#8
Well i ordered 4 of them :-)
i mean for £1.66 its ncie to put with a present because lets be honest we all use a peeler!!!
Gud spot!
1 Like #9
I honestly can't believe anyone would buy a peeler as a gift that's hilarious and granted i don't cook much but i dont use a peeler either,i use a knife.

"still laughing at peelers for gifts" lol
#10
Has anyone reported this to be unexpired ?

Just rang my sister and she wanted one so i've just ordered one for store collection so it's still available.
#11
deb8z
gkbeckmann
Order 4 as gifts myself, can't go wrong at £1.66, worst that happens is that it is not very good. Well spotted.
You bought peelers as gifts,who are they for,your Mother In Law ? lol

Actually my ex mother in law. Do you think that my choice of Christmas gifts has anything to do with my being divorced? I thought that these would be a peel ing to anybody.
#12
I'm amazed you buy your ex Mother In Law anything,that's commendable in itself and a great choice lol
#13
gkbeckmann
deb8z
gkbeckmann
Order 4 as gifts myself, can't go wrong at £1.66, worst that happens is that it is not very good. Well spotted.
You bought peelers as gifts,who are they for,your Mother In Law ? lol
Actually my ex mother in law. Do you think that my choice of Christmas gifts has anything to do with my being divorced? I thought that these would be a peel ing to anybody.
Much safer than buying her a knife!
#14
still saying out of stock for me. Don't get option to collect from store.
#15
Managed to get one for collect at store, wouldn't let me choose more though.

Don't need one but i'm just a sad gadget freak so it can join the other bargain gadgets sitting in my kitchen drawer :p
#16
Can people stop expiring this please,it just depends what stores have stock,so it will be out of stock for some and instock for others oO
#17
charlie brown
still saying out of stock for me. Don't get option to collect from store.

Only at your store though,other people might be able to order.
#18
Out of stock for me too. Boo!
#19
These are £3.74 in home bargain stores, if you can't get one from sainsburys.




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#20
deb8z
charlie brown
still saying out of stock for me. Don't get option to collect from store.
Only at your store though,other people might be able to order.

No, its says out of stock, email me when back in stock, I havent even entered a store yet!
#21
Can't see the merit in them? Can anyone vouch for them over a 'normal' peeler?
#22
blueladd
deb8z
charlie brown
still saying out of stock for me. Don't get option to collect from store.
Only at your store though,other people might be able to order.
No, its says out of stock, email me when back in stock, I havent even entered a store yet!

Today it's probably out of stock,yes,it wasn't yesterday when i made that post.
#23
Someone bought me one of these for a gift. NOT FUNNY, and it's crap.
#24
an ELECTRONIC
#25
an ELECTRONIC peeler? how hard can peeling be that you need to invest in more batteries to help with the strenuous load? what about a chin extender to help with yawning and a hip gyrator to help with the sexy moments?
#26
This makes peeling about 2 or 3 times harder than a normal none powered peeler!!! Absolute waste of money. Silly me thought it might help peeling butternut squash etc.

However when I got mine they came with I think four Duracell batteries, so if your in the habit of buying these it could be a cheap way to do it. Be prepared to throw the actual peeler in the bin.

The peeler vibrates "to help" you peel. But the blade is both blunt and serrated so it tries to saw and does so badly. It does not even work when it's turned off as it is so blunt. I suppose you could try and change the blade for a normal one and use it as a peeler with a very big handle for those with weak grip.

Edited By: Plum on Sep 24, 2010 14:55: 1
#27
Aweful aweful aweful product, absolute garbage. It makes peeling a carrot seriously hard work, forget doing anything like a swede or squash.
#28
Disagree about them being bad, i have had one for about 4 months and its very easy to use and much quicker then non vibrating, perfectly sharp and does clean easily just dont put it into a sink of water. Wouldnt pay 10 quid for one but at a few quid its a great kitchen tool. Not sure i would gift one though!
#29
electric peeler lol, whatever will they think of next, electric ass wiper by any chance X)
#30
I bought one of these in sainsburys for £2.50 although they are not marked up at that price.

Batteries are not included.
#31
Bought one of these a year ago for about £3.50 and found it to be very poor The vibration bit makes more noise than anything else and it really doesn't peel well. It's far too big to hold comfortably and the guard is always falling off in the drawer.
#32
yeah we had one, they are rubbish!
#33
I never collected mine after reading the Amazon reviews.

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