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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Those New Watermelon Slicers....


Have you tried one yet?
Love!
You can turn a huge watermelon into these perfect
half-plate size slices in about 2 minutes.
No fussing with the rind.  No mess.
Wonderful!
I got mine on ebay for $6.00.


24 comments:

  1. This is the first time I've heard of it. What a great idea and invention! I could have used one this morning on my cantaloupe....I'm assuming it would work on cantaloupes.

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    1. I'm sure it would work on any kind of melon!

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  2. Too cool! Never seen one before.

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    1. Very handy...someone was very inventive to come up with this one!

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  3. Hi Betsy - it's certainly something thinking about ... one watermelon is too too big for me - but I have friends who could well be interested - saves a lot of hassle I bet ... and very melony-fingers ... cheers Hilary

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    1. I'd still buy one if it was only me and feast on it all week!

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  4. Never seen one here. I still use an old fashioned tool called a knife!

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    1. Look for a demo on YouTube...you'll be amazed!

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  5. Fascinating tool . . . remarkable how they come to design things . . .
    . . :)

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    1. Someone just got rich creating this! Would be fun to have that kind of mind.

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    2. We'll think of an invention and go into partnership, ok. . . .
      Think of some problems that need solutions . . . . lol

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  6. No. I've never seen one either. We never buy watermelon as even a charentais melon ( a lot smaller) takes us two days to eat.
    But as you have tested it and find it good it's obviously a keeper.

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    1. A big one takes us four or five days to eat. But why would that stop you? It is sliced and in the fridge ready to snack on!

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    2. I suppose the truth is that we prefer a smaller melon with a different taste. Watermelon isn't really a British thing.

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  7. haha that has to make your ocd happy indeed
    As a nice cut with no mess takes seed

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  8. I have never even heard of one of those. The bunnies and lizards here love watermelon rind.

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    1. I see them advertised on tv all the time and kept saying I wanted to try one!
      Well, it finally got written on my To Do list and I got it done. ha.

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  9. Have never seen one! Great to know. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Have never seen one! Great to know. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I'm glad you like it! I think they are quite handy. You found a good price!

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