Cuts fruit into 10 even segments and extracts the core with one motion. Two handles for a sturdy grip. Stainless steel blade welded onto a lightweight, non-stick aluminum frame. Made in Germany since 1956. (
Whether you’re baking a pie or preparing an afternoon snack, this fruit slicer will do the job in one fell swoop, or slice. The slicer works well on apples or pears, and is manufactured by a German company that has been creating aluminum kitchenwares since the 1950s. Lightweight yet durable Aluminum, being is their material of choice for tools that will last for many years and serve you well in your kitchen. The aluminum frame with dual handles makes it a lightweight tool that is easy to maneuver, while the stainless steel blades maintain their sharp edge.
Place the apple or pear carefully under the aluminum frame with handles facing upwards towards you. Secure the fruit into the slicer by pressing down gently so that the blade slightly pierces the fruit’s flesh. Using both hands, push down to slice.
In 1956, German inventor and entrepreneur Hubert Deimel began his kitchenwares company with one simple product—a potato peeler. This potato peeler, which he named “Famos,” had a slim body with a looped handle and straight blade. It worked so well that to this day, you will likely find one in any given German kitchen. Throughout the years, the catalogue of products has expanded, but each new item still sets out to maintain the high-function and design of that first potato peeler.
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