Zulay Kitchen has all you need to make those delicious Halloween treats! I got the Apple Corer in Elegant red. You can also get sleek black, vibrant blue, happy green, and radiant yellow.
Stainless Steel Twin Blades with sharp, serrated tips designed to smoothly core through any apple, pears, bell peppers, cupcakes, and more. After coring your fruits and vegetables the blades simply open up and dump the unwanted core for convenient disposal. Making this beautiful corer one of the most useful tools in any kitchen.
Sturdy high-quality stainless steel blades that will not easily bend or break will allow you to core through any apple with ease. This heavy-duty corer can be also be used as a pitter and seed remover. It is a very useful tool that will last you a long time. 100% Rustproof.
The beautiful apple-red handle is molded to give you a super comfortable and steady grip. The non-slip design makes coring easy and fun. It can be comfortably held and used by seniors and those with arthritic hands.
Unlike other corers and slicers, this unique twin-blade apple cutter has a lever that will easily open, making it very easy to clean with a quick rinse. You can also put it in the dishwasher for a more thorough cleaning.
You will be amazed by the ease and speed with which you will core fruits and veggies compared to other apple cutters, pitters, dividers, wedges, huller, corer slicer, progressive slicer, divider, and cheap plastic accessories. This prime apple, potato, onion, tomato, pineapple, zucchini, and pear corer is the best way to go.
My Opinion: I found this corer easy to use and perfect for what I was looking for making caramel apples, bobbing for apples, and eating them. This is my new favorite kitchen gadget for fall time and year-round use.
See more at https://www.zulaykitchen.com/products/apple-corer
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