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The Best Can Openers for left handed or one handed or anyone

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Excellent can openers for all types of arms.

If you are looking for the best manual can opener then you will want to take a look at these 5 top-rated easy-to-use can openers. Whether you have carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis or are left handed or one-handed, one of these will meet your needs. Let’s face it you may have to strong healthy hands and still many manual can openers still don’t work.

Most manual can openers have a tendency to get hung up, miss a spot or run off the lip of the can. Not these. How many times have you found yourself in the dangerous situation of having to pry the lid open with your bare fingers or possibly worse, a knife? Here are 5 manual can openers to take a look at.

First of all why choose one of these manual can openers? Because will be a nice addition to or even replace your electric one. If you grew up with an electric can opener you will be aware of the difficulty of attaching the can to the magnet, and the mess of spilled soup as you try carefully to remove it.

1.         The OXO Steel Can Opener has gotten excellent reviews by all. The OXO Steel Can Opener will save you time and aggravation. It works simply and smoothly. Yet, its price compares with any cheap opener on the market. It costs less than $20 and eligible for Super saver shipping.

2.         The WMF Profi Plus Stainless Steel Can Opener is beautiful; is not going to rust and It and has few crevices in which food can hide away encouraging bacteria to grow. The WMF brand is well-known in Germany and trusted! It is touted as being easy to use and a success! It is just over $20 and qualifies for super saver shipping.

3.         Kuhn Rikon Auto Deluxe Safety Lid Lifter, Red

If it is ultimately safety you crave in a can opener then The Kuhn Rikon Safety Lid Lifter is for you. It is different than a traditional can opener which cut off the top. The Kuhn Rikon Safety Lid Lifter separates the top of the can from the can cylinder. In this way you avoid any sharp dangerous edges. You can trust your children to open cans rinse them out and recycle them without worry.

It costs less than $20 and eligible for Super saver shipping.

Because of the style of the Kuhn Rikon Safety Lid Lifter it is not good for south paws.

4.         OXO Good Grips Magnetic Locking Can Opener

If opening cans hurts your hands the OXO Good Grips Magnetic Locking Can Opener is for you. This Good Grips can opener lives up to its name. The magnetic feature actually grabs onto the can for you saving you the pain of having to squeeze the handles together while you turn the knob with your free hand. It works beautifully and successfully with no mess.

5.         Chef'n EzSqueeze One-Handed Can Opener, Black and Meringue

No need to visit a left handed shop. This is the answer for anyone who has the use of just one hand. You can read the reviews of many people who found this can opener to be a God-send. It works successfully for the right or left hand though it may take a bit of practice to make it work without a little spillage. The advice is to begin using it over the sink until you get the true hang of it.

It costs less than $20 and eligible for Super saver shipping.

If you are anything like me you don’t want to spend much money on a simple kitchen utensil. But, you want it to work Except for rare exceptions, I usually get what I pay for. Here are a few exceptions with these 5 can openers you get great quality for little cost.



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