Oxo potato peeler good grips £5.49 del with prime amazon
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Oxo potato peeler good grips £5.49 del with prime amazon

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Found 11th Nov
Ok let’s talk potato peelers boring but essential for mash this was the cheapest I could find it for

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psychobitchfromhell11 h, 9 m ago

I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more …I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more of my skin than any potato. Is there a technique I am missing or should I stick to the good old fashioned Lancashire type? My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other reasons too. 1. I am his mum. 2. I am his mum. 3. I am his mum. And so it continues.


Step 1: Place the peeler on the potato.
Step 2: Make sure the peeler is not on your skin.
Step 3: Peel the potato.
Edited by: "Dejaque" 12th Nov

This company makes great products, we have a tin opener and potato masher, superb comfort and quality. May get this too, would thoroughly recommend their stuff, thanks OP.

I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more of my skin than any potato. Is there a technique I am missing or should I stick to the good old fashioned Lancashire type? My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other reasons too. 1. I am his mum. 2. I am his mum. 3. I am his mum. And so it continues.
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Still seems a lot for basically....a potato peeler

Might not have been as low as it was for a while, but I’m sure I picked this up off amazon for £3 a few years ago.

I've got a potato peeler in the kitchen drawer. I've used it once at the most in about 10 years. I find them totally unnecessary as I knife works much better
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 11th Nov

This company makes great products, we have a tin opener and potato masher, superb comfort and quality. May get this too, would thoroughly recommend their stuff, thanks OP.

I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more of my skin than any potato. Is there a technique I am missing or should I stick to the good old fashioned Lancashire type? My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other reasons too. 1. I am his mum. 2. I am his mum. 3. I am his mum. And so it continues.

LeahsMintytoutou8 m ago

I've got a potato peeler in the kitchen drawer. I've used it once at the …I've got a potato peeler in the kitchen drawer. I've used it once at the most in about 10 years. I find them totally unnecessary as I knife works much better


true if you are like my mum. But if like me, you end up with the tiniest potato or cucumber I do use the
cheap peelers but half the time they are flying across the kitchen as they slip easily. So the good grip is a big selling point and heat from me OP

psychobitchfromhell11 h, 9 m ago

I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more …I can't work peelers like this at all. I've had a couple and peeled more of my skin than any potato. Is there a technique I am missing or should I stick to the good old fashioned Lancashire type? My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other reasons too. 1. I am his mum. 2. I am his mum. 3. I am his mum. And so it continues.


Step 1: Place the peeler on the potato.
Step 2: Make sure the peeler is not on your skin.
Step 3: Peel the potato.
Edited by: "Dejaque" 12th Nov

You don't want to know what I thought this deal was for, when squinting at my alerts in the drop down menu.

Dejaque2k4 m ago

Step 1: Place the pealer on the potato.Step 2: Make sure the peeler is not …Step 1: Place the pealer on the potato.Step 2: Make sure the peeler is not on your skin.Step 3: Peel the potato.


Step one place the peeler on the potato
Step two peel two millimetres of potato skin and two centimetres of thumb skin.
Step three throw sodding thing in the bin.
There has to be a technique but it is beyond me.

Is this a wallet peeler?

As peelers go this is cracking used to prefer the swizz metal ones but this is slightly better blade doesnt fall out every time it's used

Not voting either way as it's not a massive deal. However I have to agree the peeler is excellent and I couldn't be without mine!!

Had mine for about 5 years now. As peelers go, this is the best there is (based on I've never owned another). Potato skin and human skin doesn't stand a chance against this beast. Ergonomically sound and aesthetically pleasing too. I don't know what I'm talking about but what I do know is I'd rather use this than a knife. As you were.

£1 at the Poundshop

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KFH20098 m ago

Not voting either way as it's not a massive deal. However I have to agree …Not voting either way as it's not a massive deal. However I have to agree the peeler is excellent and I couldn't be without mine!!



crashbandi40 m ago

Might not have been as low as it was for a while, but I’m sure I picked t …Might not have been as low as it was for a while, but I’m sure I picked this up off amazon for £3 a few years ago.


Mate ffs stop sitting on the fence my life depends on it

That’s not a potato it’s a cucumber inaccurately described.

OneGloveOnTheFence7 m ago

Had mine for about 5 years now. As peelers go, this is the best there is …Had mine for about 5 years now. As peelers go, this is the best there is (based on I've never owned another). Potato skin and human skin doesn't stand a chance against this beast. Ergonomically sound and aesthetically pleasing too. I don't know what I'm talking about but what I do know is I'd rather use this than a knife. As you were.


Having owned a few, I prefer Lakeland's own brand. The metal is chunky enough they are comfortable and I guess on with one with a side handle much better than a middle handle, as it were. The blades are Japanese steel and sharp enough to take your fingers nails off cleanly. I like it so much I bought a spare for when it got blunt. That was seven years ago and the spare has not been needed. I've even peeled pineapples with it and that hasn't dulled it's blade.

Fascinating, I know.
Edited by: "MSK." 11th Nov

psychobitchfromhell24 m ago

Step one place the peeler on the potatoStep two peel two millimetres of …Step one place the peeler on the potatoStep two peel two millimetres of potato skin and two centimetres of thumb skin.Step three throw sodding thing in the bin. There has to be a technique but it is beyond me.


Haha, yeah I'm just joking around with you. Not too fond of these types of peelers myself.

I have been peeling potatoes now since sir Walter Raleigh first brought them over from the colonies. For me it is place thumb against bottom of vegetable, hold peeler in fingers and apply downward pressure till fingers and thumb meet, thus removing potato skin. With peelers like this I find it is hold potato in one hand, apply downward pressure with peeler and exfoliate fingers. I just can't get the hang of them.

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At the end of the day 1 good thing has come of this cold deal it’s bought just joking brought potato peelers into the mainstream it’s not a taboo subject anymore.
Edited by: "the.porter" 11th Nov

Dejaque2k9 m ago

Haha, yeah I'm just joking around with you. Not too fond of these types of …Haha, yeah I'm just joking around with you. Not too fond of these types of peelers myself.


For the life of me I can't do these. I've lost nails, skin and not far off bone. Lord knows I've tried. How can something as basic as peeling a potato be so hard?

the.porter9 m ago

At the end of the day 1 good thing has come of this cold deal it’s bought …At the end of the day 1 good thing has come of this cold deal it’s bought just joking brought potato peelers into the mainstream it’s not a taboo subject anymore.


I love it. It has cheered me up no end.

Great peeler if you are left handed

For this price... potato or cucumber will peel itself.... seems a peeler with AI...

I use one of these exact peelers all of the time (when something requires peeling). It's an absolute god send in my opinion.

MSK.5 h, 18 m ago

Having owned a few, I prefer Lakeland's own brand. The metal is chunky …Having owned a few, I prefer Lakeland's own brand. The metal is chunky enough they are comfortable and I guess on with one with a side handle much better than a middle handle, as it were. The blades are Japanese steel and sharp enough to take your fingers nails off cleanly. I like it so much I bought a spare for when it got blunt. That was seven years ago and the spare has not been needed. I've even peeled pineapples with it and that hasn't dulled it's blade.Fascinating, I know.


Hi, I could only find 2 lakeland (itself) peeler on their web page,

lakeland.co.uk/162…ler

lakeland.co.uk/177…ler

Could you kindly let me know which one you are using now, thanks ?

dealchaser8882 h, 30 m ago

Hi, I could only find 2 lakeland (itself) peeler on their web page, …Hi, I could only find 2 lakeland (itself) peeler on their web page, http://www.lakeland.co.uk/16297/Lakeland-Ceramic-Peelerhttp://www.lakeland.co.uk/17720/Fruit-&-Vegetable-Potato-Y-PeelerCould you kindly let me know which one you are using now, thanks ?


Is this one:

lakeland.co.uk/158…ler

It didn't say Lakeland on the page, but it does on the side of the peeler

They do a y shaped one as well:

lakeland.co.uk/158…ler

MSK.50 m ago

Is this …Is this one:http://www.lakeland.co.uk/15809/SharpPeel-Stainless-Steel-Potato-Straight-PeelerIt didn't say Lakeland on the page, but it does on the side of the peeler They do a y shaped one as well:http://www.lakeland.co.uk/15805/SharpPeel-Stainless-Steel-Potato-Y-Peeler


thanks so much and all the wonderful tips , just check, these lots are on offer... I also find out they do free collection, brilliant, going to order now
Edited by: "dealchaser888" 12th Nov

So this also helps me remove the silver foil of oxo cubes? Yes!!! For years that foil has frustrated me...

psychobitchfromhell11 h, 38 m ago

My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other …My son thinks I am an idiot I can't use them. And for a number of other reasons too. 1. I am his mum. 2. I am his mum. 3. I am his mum. And so it continues.


Mum, please stop these posts.

Wow, so cold.

I can tell you that this makes peeling (potatoes, carrots, whatever) so easy.

Once you've used one of these you will wonder why you bothered faffing around with a knife.

Lidl/Aldi do a ceramic one that works very well for £1.99, and my local Cookshop also do a "Made in Switzerland" branded one for £1.99 that lasted me for several years of semi-commercial use before the blades wore out.

BTW, that potato looks a bit off, last time I saw anything that colour or shape I was helping out at the VD clinic.

dealchaser8883 h, 17 m ago

thanks so much and all the wonderful tips , just check, these lots …thanks so much and all the wonderful tips , just check, these lots are on offer... I also find out they do free collection, brilliant, going to order now


I hope you like it as much as I do

Isn’t that a cucumber

I found one in our spoon drawer,never even knew we had one gave it a try on a carrot worked great
Few days later got it out to do a potato but forgot how to use it and went back to a knife

MSK.1 h, 37 m ago

I hope you like it as much as I do


Thanks, I am sure it would be great.

MSK.6 h, 31 m ago

Is this …Is this one:http://www.lakeland.co.uk/15809/SharpPeel-Stainless-Steel-Potato-Straight-PeelerIt didn't say Lakeland on the page, but it does on the side of the peeler They do a y shaped one as well:http://www.lakeland.co.uk/15805/SharpPeel-Stainless-Steel-Potato-Y-Peeler


I really like the minimalistic look, but over the years I have acquired a certain way of navigating around a potato and not losing appendages in the process and I feel with one like yours I really would be back at square one as there's nothing to hold on to where I usually would if that makes sense. Might give it a try though, I'm an avid learner and this on anyone's c.v can only be favourable.

OneGloveOnTheFence2 m ago

I really like the minimalistic look, but over the years I have acquired a …I really like the minimalistic look, but over the years I have acquired a certain way of navigating around a potato and not losing appendages in the process and I feel with one like yours I really would be back at square one as there's nothing to hold on to where I usually would if that makes sense. Might give it a try though, I'm an avid learner and this on anyone's c.v can only be favourable.


Really good peeler, but it was cheaper (£4.87) just a week ago.
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