Product Review:
The Clever Cutter

Monday, November 21, 2011

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, it's time to get smart about getting things done in the kitchen.  So I want to highlight an item I use in my kitchen that makes food prep fast and easy.

The Clever Cutter

If you have hand pain that makes using a knife difficult, you need to check out The Clever Cutter.  It looks like a pair of scissors, but is actually a combination of a knife and mini cutting board.


The advantage of this tool is that you can cut fruits and vegetables right into the serving bowl, which makes preparing a salad a snap.  It is very easy on your hand when you use it because it incorporates a metal spring into its design.  It is easy to clean and is dishwasher safe.  The Clever Cutter can be stored in a closed position (with the knife resting on the white cutting board) for safer storage.

Here is a video I found on YouTube that shows The Clever Cutter in action (although I'm not sure who you call to get 2 for $10):


Unlike a knife, it can not cut through everything.  The scissor-like configuration does make it hard to cut large items, like watermelons or a whole raw chicken into pieces.  It is also a little difficult to sharpen the knife part of the device, but with some practice it gets easier.


This is an example of a Seen On TV product that actually works really well.  It does what it says and makes my life much easier.  This unconventional product gets used A LOT in my kitchen.  It is a definite winner, so much so that I am going to buy a second one *just in case* something unforeseen happens to the one I already own.

Want One Too?

Here is a link to the item at Amazon.com, where Prime members get this shipped free to them in two days.

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