Manufactured in Switzerland since 1946 by a family business.
A brief history… Alfred Neweczerzal invented this tool when he was 32 years old. Far from having a designer profile, he started as an electrician and then continued his career in a factory specializing in welding and cutting machines. He developed the ingenious peeler in his garage, perfecting simple functionality and ergonomics. He filed for the patent in 1947 and that was where the success of the peeler first began. It has been chosen as part of several exhibitions highlighting timeless design in galleries such as the Grand Palais Gallery in Paris and the MoMA in New York.
At first glance, the object is simple, nothing ostentatious, classic elegance, a worthy successor of Swiss aesthetics. But once you have it in your hand and tested it on carrots, apples, kiwis, potatoes… there is no doubt about its effectiveness or the intelligence behind its design. There is no need for strength: the simple fact of putting the blade on the vegetable makes it possible to remove the skin easily. The gesture is safe and fast, allowing you to quickly peel large quantities of fruit and vegetables. Only a thin layer of skin is removed.
- PINK, the classic tool for potatoes, carrots
- BLACK, special *thin skin* for tomatoes, kiwis, bell peppers
- BLUE, special *julienne* strips for carrots, zucchini
Easily slip this little box into the bottom of your bag to take it on holiday when you are not sure what utensils will be there on arrival.
A practical, useful gift for everyday use that changes from the classic flowers and bottles of wine offered for a dinner.
- Hard alloy that guarantees a very good, long-lasting cutting edge
- Excellent handling for both right and left-handed people
- Eyer to remove fruit and vegetable imperfections
- Its blade does not rust, unlike many copies.
A Mw.T favorite
- This peeler is simple, effective and functional
- Ergonomic and easy to use
- An indispensable trilogy in the kitchen