Kyocera Peeler – Best vegetable peeler ever?
Hi and welcome back to Whats4Chow.com Today’s episode is the second in a series of product reviews covering Kyocera’s range of ceramic kitchen equipment. In the previous episode I introduced the Kyocera ceramic knives, and now we’re going to have a look at the Kyocera peeler.
Before we continue, Kyocera is not paying for this review. They were kind enough to send me a few of their products to try out, these are my opinions of the products, and they will not be viewing this video before it goes live.
I must confess that I have had this peeler unpacked for a while and re-packed it only to show everyone how it is packaged. My first impressions of this peeler are that it is absolutely beautiful, with a big soft-touch, chunky handle for good grip, even with wet hands. The molding of the handle is superb with no burrs or imperfections that could lead to discomfort. And that is only the beginning… this peeler has secret powers too…
The cutting head of the peeler swivels through 360 degrees. This allows you to use this peeler left or right-handed, or as a pull peeler or a side peeler. The blade can also be set at 45 degrees in either left or right-handed configuration.
Above all, this peeler has Kyocera’s advanced ceramic blade. This blade is incredibly sharp and breezes through the tasks of peeling potatoes, carrots, and even tough jobs like butternut. Only very light pressure is required for regular peeling, however if you want to cut vegetable ribbons, applying just a tiny bit more pressure will give you amazing cucumber and carrot ribbons.
I must say that this is the most capable peeler I have ever come across, with a blade second to none. My favourite aspect of the peeler is definitely the grip. I have big hands, and regular peelers with their tiny handles are quite difficult for me hold securely, especially if my hands are wet. The left-handed feature also comes into play in a big way, as I am left-handed.
In summary, if you’re in the market for the most amazing peeler out there, you can’t go wrong with this one. It has the best grip, the best blade and serves both left-handed and right-handed users. I have left a link below where you can check it out. That’s it for today folks, and we’ll see you again real soon.