Rosle Can Opener
This smooth-gliding tool cuts cans along the outside rim of the lid, rather than the inside, producing smooth, safe edges. It's made by Rösle, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of professional cooking utensils.
- Stainless-steel blade leaves no sharp edges.
- Blade stays clean and doesn't come into contact with the food.
- Easy, smooth-gliding operation.
Overall Product Rating
Dandra - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Best Can Opener EverHave had this can opener for several years. It is the best can opener hands down. With a little twist it securely locks on and cuts perfectly. Best of all it holds on to the lid.Yes, it may take a couple of tries to see how it works; but after that it is an amazing can opener. You won't be disappointed. Am ordering a second one for the new house.
Rosis - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Not worth itIt worked great when I bought the can opener,looks nice. Was easy to use. Lasted 7mo. Less than a year. I hate it! Knob is tight. pops and clicks when TRYING to turn the tight knob. No justice. Still have it using up space in drawer. I can't through it away cause I spent to much $ for it. I'm hoping in my dreams it will work one of these days. haha. Decided to buy a stainless steel cuisinart electric opener, that cost as much as this hand held opener. Still love to shop at Williams Sonoma. One bad apple is not keeping me away.
iliketoeatfood - Review from Williams-Sonoma
3 steps to can opener longevitylemme try to set things straight for anyone thinking about spending hard-earned money on a manual can opener: this will be one of your favorite kitchen utensils EVER!I've had this for 2 years now. I got one for my mom and she trashed it in 2 months. You don't need a degree to use it, but there are some things you should keep in mind when doing so:1) sit it on the lip and give the handle a twist so the gears bite into the lip of the can2) pick the can and the opener off the counter just a bit so the can's weight can be felt in the handle. not hovering too high, JUST A BIT. don't be foolish.3) twist the handle until you've spun the can all the way back to where you startedIf you see metal shavings, you didn't get the opener on the lip right. Okay on your 1st try, but by your 10th you got a problem: you.If the lid doesn't come off after a full spin around, either use a towel to help grab it better, or give it another go. Remember, practice makes perfect.Best wishes...
kzoolauren - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Not worth it.We've had this can opener for less than a year, we loved it when we first bought it, thought it was neat and worked well, but it quickly got tough to use and now no longer cuts through many cans, top or bottom. We had to throw away canned items which got punctured but we could not manage to open with this opener. We ended up purchasing a standard kitchen aid can opener, and have been very happy with that. I wish I had not purchased this item.
harpy - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Lasts about 9 monthsThis is a great can opener for about 9 months. Then, it gets completely dull and useless. I did contact WS and they replaced it for me minus the cost of shipping. However, the 2nd one did the exact same thing. Useless in less then a year.
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