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I eat apples a lot more often since I got this - I hate biting into them because I find it hurts my gums and I get bits of skin stuck between my teeth. This cuts the apple into wedges that are easy to eat. It's not totally foolproof: - if you have an apple with a wonky core, then expect to get pips in the segments - and it doesn't cut completely to the bottom of the apple, but I don't find that this matters because you can easily just pick the segments off the top then push the core through with your finger and discard it.
Published 08 Apr 2013
by Mrs Marlow
This is a great wee gadget. It doesn't slice all the way to the bottom of the apple as mentioned by the other reviewers, but this is not a bad thing. Simply push down on the apple from the top and it will slip back through the corer. Then the apple can be torn from the core very easily, or for a packed lunch, left on the core, wrapped in a bit of cling film and popped in the lunch box to be unwrapped later without having gone as brown as it would if cut and put in a box. My son wouldn't eat apples at lunchtime until I started doing this. I really wouldn't be without mine.
Published 25 Jun 2011
Frustratingly difficult to remove the apple from it.”
by Carole Booker
I used a similar product at a friends house and thought how quick and easy it was. The OXO Good Grips one, however, is very disappointing. It slices and cores apples easily but it doesn't cut right through them. It is then very difficult to remove the slices and core without slicing my fingers on the very sharp blades. I'm afraid I am back to using a knife instead.
Published 11 Apr 2011
A note from the team: Thankyou for your feedback on the apple corer and slicer, we'll be in touch.
Although this product is very good at coring and slicing apples (provided you can keep the apple steady), it doesn't quite meet at the bottom - meaning that once you have pushed down as far as you can go, you still need to "finish the job" with a knife to get the apple slices out of the corer. And, it's very very sharp - so be careful when handling it!!
Published 26 Aug 2010