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WoodRiver JM-XPQ1
Item 160768

Ceramic Inline Vegetable Peeler Turning Kit

$7.99

The WoodRiver® Ceramic In-line Vegetable Peeler Turning Kit features a heavy-duty casting that holds the ultra-sharp peeler blade made of zirconium oxide ceramic, which is second only to diamonds...

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The WoodRiver® Ceramic In-line Vegetable Peeler Turning Kit features a heavy-duty casting that holds the ultra-sharp peeler blade made of zirconium oxide ceramic, which is second only to diamonds in hardness and remains sharper longer than any steel. Using a 3/4" x 3/4" x 5" blank, bore a 1/4"-diameter hole 7/8" deep. Mount the blank between centers, using a four-jaw scroll chuck or spur drive combined with a 60 cone, turn to your desired profile, sand up to 320 grit, and apply a finish of your choice. Using either a thick CA or five-minute epoxy, apply adhesive to the rings on the peeler and insert into the turned handle. Be sure to wipe of any excess adhesive. This is a great kit for beginners and professional alike. (Blank sold separately.)
  • Cutting edge remains sharper longer than a conventional steel blade
  • Ceramic blade will not react with food
  • Heavy-duty construction

Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Peeler

    This was a Christmas present for my wife and she absolutely loves it. It cuts well and is very sharp. ONE comment it really is only for a right handed person and she is left handed. The unit cuts well but is difficult to use for a left handed person.

  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Pass

    The head snapped off the first one as I was inserting it into the handle, but maybe I put some lateral pressure on it, not sure. The second one definitely broke within a year with light use. The plastic piece that holds the ceramic cutter snapped.

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