A perfectly peeled potato takes a perfect peeler. Whether you want a smooth glide, to julienne, or simply would rather the peeler to do all the work, there are many potato peeler options out there. Now that the peeling is done -- slice, dice, or mash and have the perfect dinner side.
With swiveling twin blades, this potato peeler has a non-slip grip and a comfortable handle. This peeler is not only perfect for potatoes but can also peel tough-skinned fruits and vegetables. It also has a built-in potato eye remover.
A lightweight, efficient ergonomic design makes this peeler easy on the wrists and hands. Featuring dual stainless steel blades, you will get a precise, smooth peel. This peeler won't clog with peels and has a built-in blemish remover.
With a wider, Y shape, this peeler has blades that work seamlessly with almost any shape fruit or vegetable. It has a comfortable, non-slip handle and sharp stainless steel blades. Also featuring a built-in potato eyer, this peel will surely get the job done.
This peeler has a serrated, stainless steel blade that bites into fuzzy skins, like a peach, and most other skins, then peels it off in thin strips. Its ergonomic design makes it easy to hold and use, and it's dishwasher safe.
Stand back and watch your potatoes get peeled right before your eyes. Fasten your potato into the holders, and with a simple press of a button, you'll have a perfectly peeled potato. This electric peeler comes with six replacement blades and is easy to clean. You'll never manually peel your produce again!
Mashed potatoes, au gratin, roasted, or seasoned- there are so many ways to cook your potatoes. But, first things first, you have to peel the skin off them. Peeling potatoes takes some arm work, so you want a peeler with a comfortable grip handle. The OXO Good Grips Swivel peeler not only has a comfortable, non-slip grip but is has twin swiveling blades.
If you'd rather let the peeler do all the work, then you need an electric peeler. The Starfrit Rotato just requires you to fasten your potato into the holders then it will do the rest. Whatever tool you choose, you'll get perfectly peeled potatoes in time for dinner.