Swan 3-in-1 Hands Free Can Tin, Including Knife Sharpener

Swan 3-in-1 Hands Free Can Tin

Swan 3-in-1 Hands Free Can Tin, Including Knife Sharpener and Bottle Opener, Stainless Steel, 60 W, Black




Weight: 1.41 kg
Dimensions: 14 x 22.1 x 11 cm; 1.41 Kilograms
Brand: SWAN
Model: SP20110N
Colour: Black
Dimensions: 14 x 22.1 x 11 cm; 1.41 Kilograms

3 Responses

  1. Mandy Sleight says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought when reduced mobility in my dominant hand (resulting from compound broken wrist a year ago) meant I could not open a tin of salmon no matter what other opener I used in the house. This works, I can now eat what I want!

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersMy son has a disability which affects his daily life skills such as opening a can. With this he can manage to use it and still gives him his independence in his daily living. We had electric can openers previously and when it broke it took me a while to get round to replacing we tried many different options but in the end decided this was the best option for my son to use. I would imagine this would also be helpful to many people with disabilities, kids, elderly I’m sure it would make a lot of peoples life a little easier a must have for any household.

  3. AngelesZAU says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 8 From Our UsersI bought this because i wanted a good solid electric can opener, the fact it has a bottle opener and knife sharpener was a bonus as was the fact it is mains powered, not batteries.
    Haven’t tried the bottle opener yet but it can’t be that bad i’m sure.
    The knife sharpener doesn’t work that well for me but that could be the knife i am trying to sharpen, or it could even be the way i am trying to use it but either way, i will persevere with it and test it fully.
    The main thing is the can opener is finicky to say the least. It’s a clever design, you lift the section that contains the power button and the magnet up, put the can in and then press down. Now this is where i found it to be finicky, if the can is not in exactly the right spot, then the can opener doesn’t want to know and whilst i can appreciate that this could also be down to how i am trying to use it, i can see people sending this back.
    I am going to keep trying because once you do get it working, it’s great but a word of caution, have your hand ready to hold the tin once the lid has been cut off, otherwise the contents could end up all over the place. I didn’t have that happen but i can see how it could.

    I think practice makes perfect with this and once i know exactly where to place the tin, then this machine will be a great addition to the kitchen.