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West Bend 77205 Electric Can Opener, White

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  • Built-in cord storage, automatic shutoff, dishwasher-safe cutting accessory
  • Measures 5-1/6 by 5 by 9-8/9 inches, 1-year limited warranty
  • 1-year warranty

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  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 25.4 x 12.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 Kg
  • Item model number: 77205
  • ASIN: B0002UMYDO
  • Date first available at April 1 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,024 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Electric Can Opener. Slim, extra tall design to open extra tall cans. Includes bottle opener and knife sharpener. The detachable chrome cutting accessory is dishwasher safe. Cord storage in base. Automatic shut-off.

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"WEST BEND" ELECTRIC CAN OPENER Multiple colors lets you coordinate with your existing kitchen decor Slim, extra tall design Detachable chrome cutting accessory Cutting accessory is dishwasher safe Opens extra tall cans Automatic shutoff Includes bottle opener and knife sharpener Cord storage in base White 70 watts, 120 volts, AC only UL listed Boxed

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Walker on Sept. 24 2011
After fighting for two years with my old can opener I finally got this one and love it. So far it opens cans with no effort. I tried out the built in knife sharpener a couple times already and it works much better than the last knife sharpener I had. Highly recommend!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tina from AB on Aug. 15 2011
I broke my wrist years ago and I am unable to use a manual can opener. We have purchased many name brand electric can openers in the past. Most fell apart in one way or the other, so to use the West Bend is wonderful. The 1st thing I noticed and loved is that you barely have to bring the handle down and it just grabs the can and off it goes doing what it is suppose to. It doesn't let go until you lift the handle and take the can off and yes it takes the lid off with the attached top magnet. This has been a God send for me I love it!!!!!
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1,332 of 1,350 people found the following review helpful
A fine and non-obsolescent can opener Dec 30 2005
By CandaceVan - Published on
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I purchased this can opener, and I am very pleased with its design and functionality. It's attractive, accommodates even large cans, and does just what a can opener is supposed to do.

However, I had another reason for buying a Westbend. Our previous can opener, made by Rival, stopped working. There was nothing wrong with the motor. The problem was simply that the cutting edge had become dull and slightly bent. We needed a new one. I contacted Rival -- was it under warranty, they wanted to know? No, it wasn't. Well, then, they explained, there was nothing they could do to help me. I then searched the Internet, hoping to find a 3rd-party manufacturer of can opener blades. No luck. So, we had to throw out an almost-perfectly-good can opener. Three Bronx cheers for planned obsolescence.

This time, when I went shoppping for a can opener, I visited each manufacturer's Web site, and you know what? Westbend -- and of the manufacturers I checked, only Westbend -- sells replacement cutting blades for every one of their can openers.

So, if you're ecologically minded or if you've reached an age where you're sick and tired of throwing things away, consider a Westbend as your next can opener.
285 of 288 people found the following review helpful
The Best Can Opener To Date Feb. 24 2007
By JGS350 - Published on
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It does seem crazy to get excited over a can opener, but over the years I've purchased so many "junk" can openers that I had gotten to the point of saying "a can opener is a can opener". But not so. This can opener is quiet. It opens all sorts of cans with ease, and on the FIRST attempt! There is no splattering or super jagged edges, and you can open larger cans easliy.

The design looks really clean and fits in great with any kitchen decor. This would make a great gift.

Throw out your old junky can opener-once you try this one you will be spoiled and will never want to go back!!!!
524 of 537 people found the following review helpful
A Rare Gem:, Thoughtfully Designed, Functionally Flawless Nov. 10 2005
By R. Crane - Published on
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Something interesting is going on in the world of designing electric can openers. Some of them are really beautiful to look at as well as fabulous to use. Some of them, like this West Bend model, remind one of the things found in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in NY where designs of every day modern things,like chairs and tea kettles are represented by the eptiome of the best, like a chair designed by Eames. Do not know if an electric can opener is in their collection, but would recommend that this one be included!

This can opener is very thoughtfully designed. It is as sleek as can be, and very compact. The cord is absolutely retractable and comes with a cover over the plug to protect it when retracted. Classy, eh? What a simple thoughtful little detail! The front of the can opener has a magnet that is also thoughtfully designed so that it folds down and grips the can opener itself when not in use, rather than sticking out and catching anything magnetic that passes by on the countertop. The aesthetic effect is eye catching.

As to operation, it works quickly and flawlessly. No struggling to get the opener to click on to the can top; it immediately fits into place. I used to spend more time with my old can opener fighting with it to accept the can, than it would have taken me to manually open it. What a pleasant difference with the West Bend! Have not used the knife sharpener or bottle opener yet.

It is so rare to find something like an electric can opener that offers much more than its function to the kitchen. The design should be award winning. Highly recommended.
185 of 189 people found the following review helpful
You Get What You Pay For Oct. 18 2006
By H. Levin - Published on
As I always do, I did lots of research on electric can openers before buying the West Bend. I have a manual side opening one made by ONO which is also great, but since I open at least 6 cans of dog food/day, I wanted to go electric.

It came out of the box ready to use. I read the instructions because that is my personality profile, but I think a monkey could have operated it. It was quick, quiet, and after using it for a couple of days I could use it blindfolded. The magnet picks up the top about 90% of the time and there are no sharp edges or loose shavings in the can. At least my dogs aren't complaining about them. Also you don't have to hold the can once it starts and it stops automatically too.

I figure it cut my feeding time by 50% ( I have 3 dogs).

BTW...I have used it on other cans and it has never failed to work perfectly. Frankly, I can't envision a better can opener, unless it worked by voice control. Buy it and buy it NOW. Don't waste any more of your time looking.

PS It also opens tall cans, has a bottle opener, a retractable cord, a knife sharpener and comes in a variety of nice colors. I chose red to brighten up the kitchen.
99 of 101 people found the following review helpful
Good opener for the price Feb. 22 2007
By M. Alfakir - Published on
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I tend to agree with most the reviews. The opener is smooth, quiet and opens cans effortlessly. It does what is advertises. The bottle opener and the manual knife sharpener are on the back of the unit, so you would have to turn it everytime you want to open a bottle which is a bit inconvenient. Most people would probably opt to use other tools for that anyway. The opener has a removable head unit for cleaning which is an excellent feature.

I did not give it 5 stars because of the finish. I got mine in black and the finish does NOT have a nice luster to it which makes the opener look a bit on the cheap side. If the metallic version fits in your kitchen color scheme, then I would recommend that finish over the black for sure.

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