Sunday, June 22, 2014

Stainless Steel Peeler Set Review + Giveaway**Closed**

I recently got to try these two amazing Stainless Steel Peelers that you will absolutely love to have as an addition to your other kitchen knives and paring knives. You will get 2 different styles of peelers in this set that work amazing on fruits and vegetables. They are made by bobuCuisine.
Main Features: 
-These peelers were especially designed for those suffering from arthritis or other joint pain to ensure the least amount of peeling strokes necessary
-Made with a powerful and durable stainless steel blade
-rips into smooth and coarse skins and peels them off in smooth, thin strips
-Leaves your fruits and vegetables clean and evenly peeled
-For those who cook everyday, your peeling tasks will get much easier and faster
-Dishwasher safe with no rust or corrosion
I have to admit that these are much better than the ones I had before. These handles are much easier to grasp and I have RA, so that made a big difference to me. I get way tired long before I am done with my recipes, so anytime that I can shave off some time in the kitchen, is a good thing for me! They are built to peel with the littlest of movement possible and will make your peeling tasks quick and easy, no matter what the size of fruit or vegetable.

Each one of these does a different thing and you will notice that the longer one is better used for vegetables such as carrots, zucchini and cucumbers. The shorter one with the wider blade is perfect for apples and pears or other similar fruits and vegetables. They peel pretty fast and are pretty darn accurate, so you should get the results that you want! See the images below.
I had a hard time holding onto the vegetables and taking pictures so I grabbed some images that could show you what these peelers could do.
No matter how large the potato is, this powerful peeler set is built to make repetitive strokes smooth and painless. Whether you are right or left handed, all of your fruits and vegetables will be peeled quickly with skins removed efficiently. The grips are soft and comfortable, another plus if you have arthritis or RA like me.
If for some reason, you don't like them, they have an excellent Money Back Guarantee:
If these are not the best peelers you've tried, we'll give you your money back. We pride ourselves on offering great products and back that up with our warranty. If you're not happy with our peeler set, neither are we and that's why we offer a No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee.
More reasons you will want to have these peelers:
-Original Recipes Included
-We provide tips, tricks and recipes so you can start getting creative with your new peelers
-From sorbet to spring rolls, we walk you through how to make them
-Impress your family and friends with delicious creations
I think all in all, you will love having both of these peelers and they make awesome gifts to anyone who loves to cook. This will definitely help them make their time in the kitchen much more enjoyable, especially if they have arthritis or any joint problems. You can buy these amazing peelers on Amazon.
Connect with bobuCuisine:
Phone: 1-866-532-2294
The awesome folks at bobuCuisine will be giving a set of these peelers to one reader. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


sweepinmomma123 said...

I would use it to peel my veggies for my beef stew. Linda Bradshaw , sweepinmomma123 at yahoo

benz1171 said...

I would use them to peel potatoes. benz1171,benz1171(at)hotmail(dot)com

wcaligirl said...

Use it for potatoes, cucumbers, carrots, apples.

Leela said...

Potatoes, zucchini and carrots.

Gala said...

I'd use it for all kind of fruit and vegetable, don't like the taste of skin

rochelle said...

I will use it for peeling potatoes ,carrots,and other veggies

rochelle said...

I commented here

Debbie said...

I would use it most for potatoes and cucumbers.

Gala said...

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Chavonne Harvey said...

I would definitely use the peeler for potatoes!

Debra Holloway said...

I would use it for vegetables such as carrots and potatoes. It would make my cooking much nicer.

Brooke Bumgardner said...

I would peel potatoes and carrots for different recipes. These look like they would make the job a lot easier!

dawn keenan said...

I use peelers mostly for peaches and potatoes. Most fruit we eat with the skin on.