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OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener w/Lid Catch

3.6
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Description

  • Sharp, hardened stainless steel cutting wheel turns smoothly
  • Window to easily align Opener with can
  • Soft, non-slip handles lock shut and release with the press of a button
  • Magnetic arm locks on to lid for no-touch removal
  • Oversized knob is comfortable and easy to turn

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Customer Reviews

This item does not work. Purchased two and nobody could make either work on most cans. I bought one of these and it would not open most cans. I thought it was just a single defective unit but recognized the nice ergonomics (with magnet), so I bought another, only to get another one that I could not make work on 90+ percent of cans. I did not trust myself, so I offered the 2nd one to many guests to see if it was just me or if nobody can open most cans with this gizmo. The answer is: Nobody can make this thing work on most objects for which it was purportedly designed. I just threw my 2nd purchase of this item out. I write very few reviews, but this one needed to be written. This thing is worse than junk. 1The magnet on the top is useless, as the blade doesn't cut down far enough ...The handles are too flexible, you have to grasp them near the gears or it won't sever the lid of the can before the clip snaps shut. The clip also makes the whole thing awkward; I'm not going to walk away and lose my place mid-turn. I also find the angle awkward to get the gears lined up with the can. The magnet on the top is useless, as the blade doesn't cut down far enough to eliminate that little tab that happens once you get all the way around the can. This brand usually makes great, durable products. I've had mixing bowls by them for three years that I use at least four times a weeks and they're in perfect condition. This can opener is not going to last that long.The crank turns smoothly, once you figure out all the fragile quirks of the gadget.3Only good for small cansI had high hopes for this, and it works ok on small cans. However, for larger cans or cans that are harder than normal it's basically useless. On those types of cans, the handle will flex and lock into place before the opener blades have cut into the can. So, it's locked on there but you can't open the can because the blade has not penetrated the lid. I fought with this silly thing at Thanksgiving because we had some large cans to open and I finally had to use a combination of this thing, pliers, and metal snips I had in my workshop. Not recommended.2Not as good as promised by reviewsThis one was highly reviewed by both the Wirecutter and Cook's Illustrated so I thought it had to be great, right? Well, it's only partially there. For some reason, on certain brands of cans it just doesn't work well. I clamp the opener on the edge and as soon as I begin to turn, it "walks" itself off the lip of the can without opening it. I think I've figure out that if I apply extra rotational pressure on the opener toward the center of the lid it works better, but I haven't done it enough to be sure.Using a can opener shouldn't require this much effort. I miss my old Pampered Chef "sharp edge"-less can opener, but my sister doesn't sell Pampered Chef anymore and none of the edge-less openers seem to be worth getting. So I'm stuck with this opener and dealing with the too-frequent difficult cans.3Not all it is cracked up to beI find this can opener much harder to use than the swing away I had. I bought it because the Swingaway I have had for 20 years or so and it is getting dull, but the Oxo is much harder to get seated on the can. I have found cans it will not open and I am forced to go back to the Swingaway. I have yet to use the Oxo and had it really free the lid, so the magnet is of little use and I have cut myself on the lid more in the few weeks I have had this opener than I did in all the years with the Swingaway. Oxo has not re-invented the can opener.2Opens most cans with ease - the magnetic lid feature is kind of unnecessary and only works about half the time This can opener can be a little tricky to get started, but once you realize you need to start turning AS you clamp down, it becomes much easier to use. Opens most cans with ease - the magnetic lid feature is kind of unnecessary and only works about half the time. But, I don't have to use a ton of strength to open any can and it's easy to turn....so, 4/5! 4Best Can Opener Everi don't know what is is about me. It seems like I've gone through 60 can openers in my adult life. They end up not cutting the entire edge or they come off the can can while I'm trying to open it or something else that's equally annoying. I always end up throwing it in the trash in frustration and moving onto the next one. This is by far the best can opener I've ever have and, believe me, I have bought a lot of can openers. It is no hassle at all. It just opens the cans. Go figure!5A little expensive but it works wellI can't answer about the durability at this point. I like that the handle locks closed and also magnetically picks up the lid. This opener is a vast improvement of the OXO rim cutting model. The problems with the rim cutting model (which I would have given a 1 rating if I had purchased it from Amazon) are: 1) you need to really hold it closed, if you have poor hand strength it is not for you, 2) after a while it doesn't seem to work well on steel cans lids and the "beak" at the side is useless. I only use it for aluminum cat food cans.Getting back to the OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener with Lid Catch, this is the one I now use all the time and I am pleased how it is working.5Open Sesame OXO generally makes good products, and this is no exception. The curved handle and snap-closed design make it feel good in your hand, but also help it take up a little less space in your drawer than other similar openers.The plastic feels thick and nice -- even though this isn't an all-metal tool, I still don't worry about it breaking anytime soon after a few months with it. The lid magnet is nice, too. 4Your search for a truly good can opener is over!After going through two electric can openers and two really poor quality manual openers, and then purchasing a manual opener that was supposed to be easy to use and durable like the one we had growing up and experiencing the exact opposite, the hunt for a truly good can opener was on again. The adage "they don't make them like they used to" was ringing way too true, so I started doing research to see if there was anything out there that could actually open our cans without leaving part of the lid attached, be a cinch to use, and that could function for a long time to come.After perusing many Amazon reviews, and visiting consumer testing and review sites (I know, it seems a bit overkill, but with quality being what it is these days, I am sick of plunking down good money over and over for something that breaks quickly), I found this can opener to be the best choice. It seems a little pricey for a manual can opener, but after using it myself, I feel it is more than worth the price. It sails around the cans, even if there are dents or slight imperfections in the edge, it is easy to turn the crank, it is comfortable to use, and it is solidly constructed. It takes a little bit of getting used to in attaching it to the can, especially if the can is wide and flat like a tuna can, but once you get the hang of it, it's a cinch. It is easy to clean, doesn't rust (I just rinse it if it's not really dirty, or wash it quickly with soap and water, and let it air dry, and it's still working great), and I like how it locks together for use and storage. Really, it's so well-designed. Compared to what I have spent on poor-quality openers in the past, this is an absolute bargain, and I highly recommend this opener to anyone.5OXO Not What It Used To BeOXO has once made better products. Years ago we bought a similar-looking can opener from OXO that did a great job and lasted a long time. When it was finally time to replace it we naturally went right back to the OXO line, expecting a similar performance. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. This opener worked "ok" from the start, but it didn't grab the cans as well and would sometimes slip out as it cut. Trying to get it back on and cutting again was sometimes difficult. Things didn't get better as time went on. As the cutter blade dulled and parts wore, the problems just got worse and worse. By one year later it was hit or miss on getting a can open. Maybe OXO would have replaced the opener, but what would be the point? We didn't want another PITA opener. So now we've bought a completely different brand that works great. Won't be buying an OXO opener again.2Works great. No more lids in food.We used to have a handheld can opener that was motorized and it worked great, but eventually died. We had to use one of those handheld manual openers that let the top of the can fall into the product. I checked many reviews here and elsewhere for another hand held decent one that was motorized and none of the reviews were great. I ended up getting this. It s a great substitute. Easy to use and the can cover doesn t fall into the food. Locking function works great and doesn t require constant squeezing on the handle to keep it secure and cutting. Highly recommended.5Cuts great, but....UPDATEThis can opener has a lot of really good features: the knob is super easy to turn; the blade cuts precisely to the exact edge of the can, so there's no sharp edge to cut you when handling the empty can, or to ruin your rubber spatulas when you scrape out the last of the food; the handles give you lots of leverage so you don't have to have a grip like Beowulf to pierce the top, and the handles lock in place once you star cutting. Very convenient!Only two complaints. First, the Lid Catch (a magnet on a small arm) has yet to catch a single lid. Second (and more serious), you have to get the cutting blade and teeth aligned just right before it will start cutting correctly (once it's properly aligned, cutting the top off is a breeze). I am hoping that, with more experience, I will become more adept at getting it right on the first try. Time will tell, I guess.I would recommend this opener, but with reservations.UPDATE - Aug 27, 2013After 3 months of use, I like this can opener even better! It wasn't long before I got the hang of properly aligning the opener when starting to cut. It's easy and natural (now). For this reason, I'Ve udated my review from 4 stars to 5.The magnet catches the lid, occaisionally, especially on large casn, but a more powerful magnet would be better.5
OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener w/Lid Catch

OXO Good Grips Locking Can Opener w/Lid Catch

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€55,00
Sale price
€55,00
Regular price
€90,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€35,00)