Gefu Spirelli review
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The Spirelli handheld spiralizer from Gefu works like a double-ended pencil sharpener, making thin 2mm noodles at one end and thicker 3.5mm strands at the other. It's small enough to keep in a kitchen drawer, and the whole thing can go in the dishwasher when you're finished. It's not too pricey - but will it make your wrists ache?
- Pros and cons
- Number of blades2
- Type of bladesTwo thin noodle blades
- Height17 cm
- Width7 cm
- Depth7 cm
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