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OXO Good Grips Corn Stripper

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  • Easily strips corn kernels off cobs
  • Kernels collect in a 0.5-cup capacity container (approximately one cob)
  • Convenient top opening for emptying kernels
  • Container separates for easy cleaning
  • Stainless steel blade

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 7 x 26.4 cm ; 91 g
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Item model number: 1128000
  • ASIN: B000V78JGO
  • Date first available at Nov. 12 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,358 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

OXO Good Grips Corn Peeler
The OXO Good Grips Corn Peeler safely peels kernels off the cob with a quick and easy motion. Kernels fall directly into a bowl or onto a cutting board. Blade position ensures perfectly cut kernels every time and removes close to 5 rows off the cob at one time. The durable stainless steel serrated vertical blade is ergonomic and allows for easy and effective peeling like a traditional peeler. Included Blade Cover protects blade and hands when not in use. Dishwasher safe.
OXO Good Grips Corn Stripper
Removing corn kernels from cobs has never been easier. The OXO Good Grips Corn Stripper features a container that catches the kernels as they are stripped from the cob. Simply push the Corn Stripper down the length of the cob and the kernels collect in a convenient 1/2-cup capacity container (approximately one cob). Turn the cob and continue stripping until all kernels are removed. Kernels can be poured out of the top hole of the container into a bowl on onto a plate. The soft, non-slip grips cushion your hand during use and the stainless steel blade will not rust or dull. The Corn Stripper comes apart for easy cleaning and all parts are dishwasher safe.

Dimensions: 4.25″ x 2.75″ x 10.38″.

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The corn stripper completely eliminates corn niblets from flying all over the kitchen as you use it. The ones I have had previously (or using a knife) end up with corn on the table and floor. The inventor of this one was really thinking.
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By Michael McDonald on Oct. 10 2013
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It works well. It is definitely worth the money. Cleaning it is a bit of a pain though. I bought it for my friend who can't eat corn right off the cob and they love it.
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By Serge on Oct. 8 2011
Travaille bien, bonne qualité, je recommanderais. Reçu bien emballé et en bon état. Prix raisonnable, 20 mots c'est long. Je recommanderais moins de mots.
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By Rakesh Uppla on July 4 2014
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We have ordered for new produced, but we have received used product with scratches and lines.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 249 reviews
384 of 400 people found the following review helpful
Quick and easy to use Aug. 25 2008
By B. Bynum - Published on
This video shows how easy it is to use this tool!
89 of 90 people found the following review helpful
Best Corn Stripper Aug. 2 2012
By Boilermate - Published on
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When it comes to stripping corn off the cob Amazon has gotten a fair amount of money from me while I tried to find the right method for de-cobbing corn. I have tried just about everything sold here, including:

- Using a chef's knife. This works well, but kernels go everywhere.

- Kuhn Rikon Corn Zipper. Gouged the cobs, didn't get much corn, what it did get went everywhere. The solid metal one is hard to control if your hands get even a little wet.

- Fox Run Corn Stripper. Flimsy and hard to use. When you do find a cob that fits in the hole, it's hard to control and corn goes everywhere.

- Corn Cutter. Gouged the cob. Blade is a pain to adjust. Hard to hold with one hand while trying to run the cob with the other. Never got the hang of this one. More of a pain that it is worth.

- Kuhn Rikon Corn Zipper. Like a super sharp veggie peeler. Hard to control, real easy to slice yourself. Corn goes everywhere.

- Finally, This OXO Corn Stripper. It cuts the corn without gouging the cob. The container holds a sufficient amount and is easy to empty. I've had no problems with corn escaping. Yes, you can still gouge yourself with this if you are not careful, and a Cut Resistant Glove (in the appropriate size) is recommended. Some corn mess, but a lot less than with other methods.

Bottom line: This one is a winner and a keeper.

Update 8/31/15
Just an update to say that I've had this stripper for five years and I'm still happy with it. Last night we used it to strip two dozen ears of beautiful farm fresh corn. With Mrs. Boilermate husking and de-silking the corn and me stripping it we were able to do the whole batch in just about an hour. The reservoir holds about 1/2 to 3/4 of an ear before I had to empty it. There was a small amount of juices squirting as I ran the cob and a few stray kernels escaped but overall the job was done with a minimal amount of mess.

When a friend of mine got married this summer this was one of the items on their wish list. I happily bought it and added to the gift basket I put together for him and his new bride.
54 of 55 people found the following review helpful
corn stripper June 20 2008
By B. Paquet - Published on
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I really love this thing! There is not such a mess in taking the corn off the cob and having it go everywhere. I just get a tiny bit accumulated and it doesn't splash everywhere, it stays in one place. I think it's very easy to clean and I put it in the dishwasher. The only thing is that it does take a bit of practice as I sometimes need to go down the cob again. You need to keep it close to the cob. But for me, this is a really great kitchen tool.
59 of 61 people found the following review helpful
Works great, makes stripping corn easy June 23 2008
By Mel M - Published on
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My husband has a retainer and so he can't eat corn on the cob. With this little gadget, he can enjoy grilled corn with the rest of us. This is much better than other corn strippers we've used, because it has the corn catching cup and nice wide teeth. It works well, but be careful to follow the included instructions on how to hold your corn, or you might cut yourself! A really nice, convenient product.
35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Best Corn Stripper Ever July 14 2009
By L. Robinson - Published on
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This works like a charm! I can strip 60 ears of sweet corn in about half an hour, and I get nice whole kernels, not a bunch of half kernels and tons of milk. No need to scrape the ears, either!

I find it easier to strip the ears over a plate, then every third ear or so I empty the stripper and clean off the plate into my pot. Gives you more room to maneuver. Also, if you angle in the stripper toward the cob a bit, you get more kernel cut off -- just be careful not to angle too much or you dig into the cob and you have to stop and reset your angle.

ALSO, for the folks that have complained about getting cut -- if you're careful and keep your hands out of the way, you don't get cut. I've yet to cut myself, and I've put up 80 pints of corn so far...