Tower Spudnik manual review
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The Tower Spudnik manual spiralizer looks a bit like a landing craft, and has three adjustable feet that hold the cylindrical base unit firmly in place while you work. You can drop spiralized veg into the food catcher below, or directly onto your plate, and its three blades allow you to make 3mm or 6mm noodles, or flat ribbons. But will your courgetti taste out of this world?
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- Number of blades3
- Type of bladesRibbon blade, thin noodle blade, thick noodle blade
- Height25 cm
- Width20 cm
- Depth24 cm
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