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Spirooli 3-in-1

Spirooli 3-in-1

4.0 from 4 reviews

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fantastic use every day

I bought as Chef Avenue branded spirooli 4 in 1 from ebay . Stainless steel blades x 4.
Mine takes apart and fits inside itself plus the platic lid. Great for camping.
Blades are so sharp.
I wouldnt be without this now

Date PurchasedApr 2016
1 comment
I am still using my Spirooli just about every day. If your handle breaks you have bought a cheap product. The chef avenue is a superb product. Another quality product is the Inspiralizer brand. Do don't change the blades, you just dial the blade you want. They do superb recipes. The book is great too. I have bought this brand for my son and family, so the children can use it without slicing fingers. The blade is covered over.

Pusher handle inferior quality

The concept is good for the Spirooli. I bought it after reading the 2 good reviews on this site. First use, the pusher handle snapped off. I then went to search for other reviews and found others on Amazon complaining how easily and quickly the handle broke. Good idea, but junky workmanship.

highly recommend

Very easy to use machine, makes perfect spirals on all veges, looks professional. Easy to clean, comments from dinner guests had them thinking it was pasta that was served, all were surprised at the taste and converted them to this idea within one dinner Much healthier alternative

Fun with veges

This gadget looked like fun to use, and delivery from RawPower has always been very prompt. Watch Youtube videos to see it in action. I've tried carrot and sweet potato, which don't come out as spirals, rather as short curls, but are very thin. Zucchini, cucumber and onion work beautifully, emerging as fine thin spirals. I lightly steam them and add cooked brown rice, or add them to soup. The Spirooli has a plastic casing with metal blades and is very quick to use, like 10 seconds, and easy to clean and reassemble. It comes with different blades, but my favourite is the one that makes long spirals. It's like eating spaghetti without the carbs. Because it's so easy to use and clean up, it lives on my kitchen bench. I prefer to use it rather than chop up an onion. I've used mine for 6 months now, and have had no problems.

Questions & Answers

Were you using a hard vegetable when it broke?
1 answer
Mine hasn't ever broken on any vegetable. Even ones that are considered hard like beetroot are suitable. Are you confusing me with someone else?


Spirooli 3-in-1
CategoryManual Dicers & Choppers
Price (RRP)44.95

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