Suncraft Sharpened Swivel Peeler

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Product Information

  • Brand:Suncraft
  • Model:SSK-09
  • Material:Blade: Stainless steel knife steel, Handle: 18-8 Stainless steel, Blade guard: Polypropylene plastic
  • Product type:Peelers
  • Country of origin:Japan (Seki, Gifu)
  • Dimensions (approx):215×23×17 mm (Blade length: 80 mm)
  • Item weight (approx):73 g (With guard: 79 g)
  • Shipping weight (approx):80 g

Key Features

  • Good for both right- and left-handers.
  • Extra-sharpened ultra sharp swivel blade.
  • Hanging loop.
  • Includes a blade protector.

Use & Care

  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Dry it thoroughly after washing.

Background

Suncraft Company Limited was founded in 1948. Their headquarters and factory are located in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, which is known as the City of Blades in the world.

Customer Reviews

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    ML
    04/04/2019
    MICHAEL L.
    United States United States

    Excellent peeler, probably best on the market and comes with protective blade guard

    This is probably the sharpest and most universal type of a peeler that I ever bought. The blade is also wide enough that would allow re-sharpening (if you're clever and careful). This peeler cuts equally well when pushing as well as when pulling. One tip when using it for peeling carrots, especially the harder carrot varieties. Regardless of whether you're peeling the carrot with pulling motion or the pushing motion - watch the fingers of the hand that is holding the carrot. It will be way too easy to cut your fingers if you're not careful. One technique that works if the carrot top is still there is by holding onto the carrot top and peeling with pushing motion (away from the holding hand). If the carrots don't have the carrot tops, then the safest method for peeling that works for me would involve resting the carrot against the edge of the cutting board and peeling from top to bottom. For peeling the potatoes the most common method is the pulling method, but I find that the pushing method works faster for Russet potatoes. No matter your peeling method - watch your fingers and you will avoid any accidental cuts!

    B
    02/01/2019
    Bernadette
    Los Alamos, New Mexico

    I love it!

    I have a few peelers in my kitchen, this one is the very best of them all. It is sharp and ergonomic. Thank you for making a quality peeler.

    KT
    10/11/2018
    KAREN T.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    The best peeler (and slicer) you can buy

    I bought one of these peelers (and the julienne peeler in the same range) some time ago and was so impressed that I've now bought another as a spare, just in case they ever become unavailable in the future. That's how good it is. I use it for slicing vegetables more than I use a knife these days.

    KT
    01/14/2018
    KAREN T.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Sturdy and efficient

    By far the best pivot peeler I've used. The only ones I can get in the UK either have soft blades that bend out of shape or short ones. This peeler is much sturdier and the length means it can tackle anything. The first thing I did on opening the packet was to test it on a cabbage. Result: shredded perfectly in seconds.

    Customer Reviews

    5 Based on 4 Reviews
    5 ★
    100% 
    4
    4 ★
    0% 
    0
    3 ★
    0% 
    0
    2 ★
    0% 
    0
    1 ★
    0% 
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    Write a Review

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    Filter Reviews:
      ML
      04/04/2019
      MICHAEL L.
      United States United States

      Excellent peeler, probably best on the market and comes with protective blade guard

      This is probably the sharpest and most universal type of a peeler that I ever bought. The blade is also wide enough that would allow re-sharpening (if you're clever and careful). This peeler cuts equally well when pushing as well as when pulling. One tip when using it for peeling carrots, especially the harder carrot varieties. Regardless of whether you're peeling the carrot with pulling motion or the pushing motion - watch the fingers of the hand that is holding the carrot. It will be way too easy to cut your fingers if you're not careful. One technique that works if the carrot top is still there is by holding onto the carrot top and peeling with pushing motion (away from the holding hand). If the carrots don't have the carrot tops, then the safest method for peeling that works for me would involve resting the carrot against the edge of the cutting board and peeling from top to bottom. For peeling the potatoes the most common method is the pulling method, but I find that the pushing method works faster for Russet potatoes. No matter your peeling method - watch your fingers and you will avoid any accidental cuts!

      B
      02/01/2019
      Bernadette
      Los Alamos, New Mexico

      I love it!

      I have a few peelers in my kitchen, this one is the very best of them all. It is sharp and ergonomic. Thank you for making a quality peeler.

      KT
      10/11/2018
      KAREN T.
      United Kingdom United Kingdom

      The best peeler (and slicer) you can buy

      I bought one of these peelers (and the julienne peeler in the same range) some time ago and was so impressed that I've now bought another as a spare, just in case they ever become unavailable in the future. That's how good it is. I use it for slicing vegetables more than I use a knife these days.

      KT
      01/14/2018
      KAREN T.
      United Kingdom United Kingdom

      Sturdy and efficient

      By far the best pivot peeler I've used. The only ones I can get in the UK either have soft blades that bend out of shape or short ones. This peeler is much sturdier and the length means it can tackle anything. The first thing I did on opening the packet was to test it on a cabbage. Result: shredded perfectly in seconds.