Starfrit Garlic Press
Starfrit Garlic Press
$12.99

STARFRIT

Starfrit Garlic Press

Item # L9766064

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Overview
  • Peels & presses garlic all at once
  • Integrated scraper slides back & forth to release excess garlic
  • Pusher with pins to maximize efficiency
  • Sturdy & lightweight cast-aluminum body with lacquer coating

Prep your garlic in no time with the Starfrit Garlic Press, now with a sliding scraper. This all-in-1 tool peels and presses garlic all at once. Its integrated scraper blade removes any residue from the edge of the press so you can easily add it to your cooking vessel. The pusher's pins help remove all residual garlic for maximum efficiency and easy cleaning. The body is made of sturdy and lightweight cast aluminum for strength, durability and long-term performance.
Specification
  • Brand Description

    STARFRIT

  • Model

    92060

Reviews
Starfrit Garlic Press is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unless your Hercules no good I bought this a month and a half ago have tried to use it twice I cannot swish the garlic first time I thought it was because the garlic was not fresh went bought new garlic tried it again can not squish it had to get my husband he also had a really hard time to squeeze the garlic we’re talking a man who breaks bolts because he tightens them too tight with his hands
Date published: 2017-11-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't Work Well At All Just bought it and right from the get go, I don't like it. It's actually hard to use, you have to squeeze a lot harder than one should hence takes longer than it should to finish the task. Rather surprising of Starfrit to not live up to their reputation and be contrary to the quality I've experienced historically. The failure is a simple and one of basic physics, in my opinion. The plastic handle bends and probably could stand to be longer too. It just can't exert the pressure necessary. :-( Hoping the next model or version works better. For the time being, I have a spare garlic press.
Date published: 2017-09-27
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