Lurch Spirali 10203 review
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The Lurch Spirali 10203 horizontal spiralizer comes with three interchangeable blades, and has a neat slot in the side to store them away when not in use. Simply choose between thin noodles, thick noodles or ribbons, fit the veg to the food holder, crank the handle and your spirals will drop into your bowl at the other end. But will it be hard work making enough to feed the family?
- Pros and cons
- Number of blades3
- Type of bladesRibbon blade, thick noodle blade, thin noodle blade
- Height23 cm
- Width29 cm
- Depth18 cm
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