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good, but only works in one direction ...Recently ordered this, hoping its blades wouldn't dull over time, like typical metal peelers ... this peeler has a single ceramic blade, which is quite sharp and peels thin sections.But, the single blade means you can only use in one direction - away from you, if you're right-handed and toward you, if left-handed.I hadn't really analyzed my veggie peeling directions before but have discovered, depending on the vegetable, some I peel away and some toward.I briefly thought the blade could be removed and flipped. It can be removed. But it can not be flipped (pegs on the blade and holes in the handle are different-sized).Kinda disappointed that the blade doesn't flip or it's not a double-blade or they don't offer a left-hand version.If you peel all your veggies in one direction (the "correct" direction, for your handedness), then this seems like it's a decent peeler.3Chipped and Cracked after 3 months, one sided blade, and suboptimal ergonomicsIt was a nice idea to have a peeler that is convertible for different scenarios. The ceramic blade was very sharp. There are, however, three major design flaws.1. The blade is too thin, much thinner than the older vertical model I own for 6 years. It chipped with in 10 uses (mostly on potatoes and fruits like apples and pears) and cracked within 3 months (maybe 20-30 uses). I did not abuse it and only hand wash with non-scratch scotch pad and Palmolive detergent.2. The blade is only on one side, probably for cost reduction. Every time I want to switch hands or change peeling direction, I need to twist the blade rack 180 degree. It is not a lot of work to that, but annoying3. The ergonomics of the peeler is not well-designed. To me, it is quite awkward to use in the vertical mode.1I bought the Kyocera CP-20 Perfect Peeler in 2013 on the recommendation of another left ...I bought the Kyocera CP-20 Perfect Peeler in 2013 on the recommendation of another left handed cook. If you're a lefty, you know what a joy it is to have a tool that can actually be adjusted instead of just making do with another righty tool. This peeler is hands-down the best and sharpest I have ever owned, and I've also purchased several for friends and family members. Then, last week in the middle of a cucumber something snapped, and the head would no longer stay in position. Apparently a little pin holding it had broken. I was all ready to shell out for a new one, when I read some of the reviews on this site that mentioned the warranty. I called Kyocera's warranty department, explained what happened and provided the date of purchase, and sure enough they are standing behind their product and sending me a brand-new peeler. The only cost is $5 for shipping. Great product and great customer service!5A Dream Come True for Peeling Carrots!!Everyday, I peel one to two dozen carrots. I hoped to find a peeler that would make the job easier and quicker than my old standard stainless steel peeler. First, I purchased a similar ceramic peeler of a different brand and was very disappointed. It cut too deeply into the carrots, which caused the peeler to keep getting stuck. It was frustrating and time-consuming to use it, and the outcome was a choppily-peeled carrot. I used it on one batch of carrots and never wanted to see it again. I wondered if it was worth it to try a different brand of ceramic peeler, and decided to get this one. Wow, what a difference! This peeler is almost too good to be true. It takes off a very thin layer and glides incredibly smoothly... like skis on ice. It smoothly sails over curves and bends without missing a beat. Great item!!5Blade is good but falls out and rotates too freely.The blade is sharp and worked well for both potatoes and butternut squash. The round knob is to rotate the blade for different cuts (toward yourself, to the right, left, etc.) however it doesn't lock very well and I found it rotating too freely. Also the second time I used it the blade popped out. Returning and looking for a different peeler with ceramic blade.1Peels Anything and Everything, Including Skin, if You're Not CarefulI purchased one of these about 3 or 4 years ago, and it is by far one of my most used tools in the kitchen. It will peel anything, including skin on your finger if you are not careful. This being said, as all tools are consumable items, one should not expect an under twenty dollar item to last a lifetime. If the manufacturer were to make the blade bezel out of metal, two things would happen; one, the item would cost much more, and two, the chance of breakage would increase, as ceramic is durable yes, but unbreakable no. I just purchased 2 more of these in case they go out of production. If you want it to last longer, peel slow and controlled. These are not meant to peel bark off of a tree branch after all. With all of the money people spend on gadgets these days, to get even one year out of an item such as this, for fifteen dollars is a deal. Stop whining and just buy another one, or two more like I did.5Move up to a ceramic peeler.A ceramic vegetable peeler? Why not a metal vegetable peeler? Sharpening a metal vegetable peeler is not an easy task. This company uses Ceramics and space travel heavy duty Construction and a number of other areas if they are Ceramics stand up to have that type of exposure think how easily something in your kitchen that is made of the same ceramics will survive. If your kitchen is one that looks like an artist workshop with bright and varied colors you can select a similar color in your vegetable peeler. And if you later decide to try something and knives this manufacturer produces knives that run into the hundreds of dollars and they last and can be sharpened by sending it back to the, you won't have to do it often. This healer can be adjusted for the proper angle that you need for the job you are doing. Enjoy.5Earth to cooks.... Earth to cooks....
If I had this peeler 20 years ago I would have been cooking more than rice and beans. Now it's butternut squash - no problem, jicama - no problemo, any peelable fruit or veggie. I look for opportunities to use it. Goes through any outside skin "like buttah". This is the umpteenth one I've bought for family/friends as part of birthday and holiday gifts. The one small irritant is that sometimes the blade does swivel unintentionally when peeling at a strange angle. That knob you see just helps to swivel the blade. Doesn't 'lock' it in place. You just have to be a bit mindful when using this. But it is a ceramic blade, after all, and a bit of care is called for so one's fingers don't get inadvertently 'peeled'.
5Just when you didn't thing there was a better alternative this thing fell into my lifeI think we all have had sore hands from dollar store peelers! Just when you didn't thing there was a better alternative this thing fell into my life! Every friend that has come to my house has freaked out just as much as I did when I first used this peeler. It tilts, it swivels, it adjusts and.. it peels! On top of all that its a ceramic blade so as long as u only use it on vegetables... it doesn't dull or brown the vegetables! Forget about the price tag... you will never buy another peeler in your life! And you won't have a sore hand!5Handy, very sharp peeler that keeps its edge.I've been using Kyocera Ceramic peelers for a few years now and have had great luck with them. They're sharper than all the other peelers I've used and fit the hand perfectly. I recently bought one to take to work so I can have veggie snacks during the day and several of my coworkers fell in love with it. I may give some as gifts this year since they're so handy.As I've said, I've used these for years and my primary peeler seems as sharp as the day I bought it.The peeler handle is made from plastic and is very nicely-shaped. The ceramic blade is part of a pivoting holder which sets the proper angle when peeling. Since there's only a single blade, it's only suitable for those holding the peeler in their right hand. Lefties can use it, but will have to peel the opposite direction than they're used to.Cleaning the peeler is fairly easy and things usually rinse off pretty well. Now and then, I have to use a small brush to get the area where the blade joins the holder, but usually, just a quick wipe with a sponge takes care of things. Another advantage of the ceramic and plastic construction is that it never rusts. We've used other brands in the past and they look gross after a few years of use.Overall, I'm extremely pleased with the Kyocera ceramic peeler.5great peelerI've been looking to replace an aging vegetable peeler that I've had for 10-15 years. The steel blades were showing its age and was beginning to rust. I really prefer vertical peelers and I 'think' they are less prone to accidents, at least for me.I've recently tried options from brands I like (eg. OXO), but was disappointed in their performance (weak and shallow peeling).After purchasing ceramic knives from Kyocera over the past year, I decided to give this peeler a try and I'm glad I did. It has a good strong peel, deep enough with a very solid feel. It there is just one small improvement they could make, it would be to make the blade just a bit longer, as it feels just a little small, but definitely usable for all needs.5
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