Price: $29.99
You save: $20.00 (40 %)
3 new from $29.990 used
  • STRONGER THAN EVER - Our New 3rd Generation 2017 model is 30-35% stronger than previous models. Our 420 high carbon cutlery grade stainless steel blades and stronger ultra reinforced BPA free ABS make it possible to spiralize harder root vegetables like sweet potatoes and turnips that previously broke spiralizer handles
  • NEVER GET BORED ON A KETO/LOW CARB, PALEO, RAW, VEGAN, OR GLUTEN-FREE DIET AGAIN - • Start Making Healthy Gourmet Meals As Soon As You Get It - You'll get an excellent recipe e-book filled with nutritious, mouth-watering meal ideas the whole family will love!
  • RAVING FANS! - Our product has been seen on bethenny, Ellen, The Doctors, the Food Network, national newspapers and magazines throughout the country
  • WHY DO I NEED THIS? - Enjoy your meals even if you are on a diet (raw, vegan, low carb, gluten-free, no wheat, Paleo). Replace high carb pasta with veggie pasta. A Perfect Gift for All Occasions: What is better than the gift of health?
  • LIFETIME REPLACEMENT - You are covered by Spiralizer's lifetime no-hassle replacement policy
Sharper Blades: This product improves upon earlier versions by adding cutlery-grade stainless steel blades. These are stronger and lighter, making the spiralizing process easier.
Durability: This unit was built to withstand years of heavy use. The ABS plastic is high grade and very durable.
Added Convenience: You will always get the perfect cut, whenever you need it, because this unit stores the additional blades in its base. This keeps your blades organized when they are not in use.
Lifetime Warranty: This product includes a lifetime warranty, so you can spiralize with confidence knowing you a fully protected under this plan.
Sliding: The suction cups on the bottom of this unit keep it stuck to your counter. Consumers have reported that this unit can begin to slide some when used heavy.
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