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Prepworks from Progressive International GAPC-240 Apple Peeler and Corer
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- Mount to your counter or tabletop and peel, core and slice apples in seconds
- Made from cast iron
- Includes a comfortable hardwood handle and an extra peeling blade
- Perfect for making pie fillings or a healthy snack
- Five-year limited warranty
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Size: A | Color Name: Red
Progressive International is your source for the widest range of functional, inventive, and fun kitchen tools and great ideas put into practice. Our in-house designers spend hours in the kitchen coming up with ways to improve on a variety of traditional tasks and tools. Established in 1973, our commitment to quality and service allows us to offer a broad selection of quality kitchenware and other household products. Simply mount this apple machine to your counter and peel, core and slice apples in seconds. It is a perfect machine for making pie fillings and healthy snacks. Made out of cast iron, it includes a comfortable hardwood handle and an extra peeling blade. Wipe clean.
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought this exact model because I borrowed one last year from a friend and it worked good so I ordered one just like it. Turns out I should have bought a more expensive one.
Most recent customer reviews
I have apple trees, so I bake a lot of pies & make apple puree ...
I got this to save time on peeling, but it is not very sturdy.
the metal arm from handle was broken bat I repaired no lack I don't know why so many items is broken I ordered 5 items and 3 was brokenPublished on Oct. 16 2013 by jan bragin