Rosle Serrated Peeler
A versatile kitchen tool, this peeler has a high-carbon stainless-steel blade that makes quick work of the toughest vegetables and gently peels delicate produce. It's made by Rösle, one of Europe's leading manufacturers of professional cooking utensils.
- Ultrasharp serrated blade performs beautifully with hard or soft produce.
- Pushes through the tough skins of eggplant, ginger and sweet potatoes.
- Easily peels tomatoes, asparagus and other delicate produce.
- Sharpened point easily removes potato eyes, tomato stalks or blemishes.
- Comfortable barrel handle provides a sure grip.
- Includes a blade cover.
- Dishwasher safe.
Overall Product Rating
mrspark - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Excellent PeelerI'm not sure if Rosle changed the design of this peeler since those 2011 reviews, but I LOVE this peeler. I use it for everything: thick skinned (carrots/potatoes/tip of my index finger) and thin alike (...does kiwi count?). This is by far my favorite Rosle purchase (the locking tongs are aite), and I will be buying another to replace mine once it breaks. I may need to just buy another as a spare just in case this discontinue this model.
cookslot - Review from Williams-Sonoma
for peeling peaches and tomatoesThe photo shows a carrot, but this peeler is for thin skinned produce. Say good-bye to placing peaches and tomatoes in boiling water, plunging into ice water and then peeling. This serrated peeler takes off just the skin leaving all of the juicy flesh intact.
bodegagirl - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Not for PotatoesI usually like this brand, but this peeler is not for potatoes or similar produce. The problem is that the peels stick in the peeler and then the blade is covered with peels. Not fun.I read another review that the peeler was meant for tomatoes. I don't recall that it was marketed that way. I haven't tried it for tomatoes since I blanch them and don't need a peeler after blanching. For the $$ you pay and considering the brand, I say, "save your money and buy something else."
Riverwalk - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Rosle sells this as a tomato/kiwi peelerI see alot of complaints that this doesn't work well on thicker skinned vegetables. If you look at the Rosle website, they have about 5 or 6 peelers, and this is the one for tomatoes and kiwi with thin skin. WS should have done a better job of noting that. This is not the peeler of choice for regular thicker skinned vegetables. It works great on tomatoes, for which it is intended.
evjk - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Rosle----what are you thinking?I bought this thinking it would tackle heavy-duty peeling such as squash, etc. It barely even scores them. Buy this if you'd rather tickle your produce than peel it. The ceramic peeler sold by W-S is sooooo much better.
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