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Pelamatic Fruit & Vegetable Peeler

By: on October 22, 2016
$149.99
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The orange on the Pelematic Peel Pro goes 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round, the orange on the Pelematic Peel Pro goes 'round and 'round, 'til aaaallll the ughbittergrossblechblechblech white stuff is gone!

From the land of Espagne to your kitchen countertop, the Orange Peel Professional cut its teeth in the groves of Valencia, and now as a mature piece of culinary gadgetry uses a 110v electric motor to spin skinless a host of your favorite fruits and vegetables. Apples: peeled. Potatoes: stripped. Tomatoes: oh, yes. Even they of the extra thin skin and extra squirty insides are flayed with ease.

The Pelematic peeler makes easy work of zucchinis, cucumbers, kiwis, pears, grapefruits, and the elusive persimmon too. It's still you and your hacker's knife when it comes to pineapples though.

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