The durable aluminum cast garlic press quickly and easily minces garlic cloves without requiring the cloves to be peeled
This handle is lightweight and ergonomic, so you can easily press garlic or ginger
Garlic cloves up to six inches in diameter can fit in the hopper
Cleanup is a breeze with the integrated cleaning tool since it fits snugly into the holes and is very easy to use
The Zyliss 5 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee is backed by a lifetime warranty Wash by hand instead of in the dishwasher
Questions & Answers
Would you please let me know if this garlic press comes from Switzerland?
Not at all. Vielen Dank, MonSan, for following up and letting us know the product is made in China. As a result, I will purchase garlic twists made in the USA.
Are there any benefits to pressing ginger with it?
The ginger and turmeric will be pressed, but not as well as if they were grated. It didn't work for me because I had hoped it would save me the trouble. Ginger and turmeric can be crushed into liquid only by pressing them. I hope this has been helpful. The best garlic press you'll ever own!
Without pressing the peels through, how does it work?
It does work, the peel is at the bottom and the garlic is minced. I cannot give a definitive answer, but it does work. There is a lot of value in this This has saved me a lot of time.
Wear and tear has destroyed the plastic thing that has tines to clean it. Do you know where you can get a replacement? What is the state of the press itself?
The toothbrush we used after ours became worn out was the advice of other reviewers. It works just as well as or better than the original tool if you poke the bristles into the holes.
Selected User Reviews For ZYLISS Susi 3 Garlic Press "No Need To Peel" - Built in Cleaner - Crusher, Mincer and Peeler, Cast Aluminum
I broke my glove after 9 gloves of garlic on my first attempt
To be honest, I was quite surprised at how well this worked at first. Each time we pressed it, we cleaned it out. I don't have any issues. It is clove number 9 until now. I had the same problem as others who posted their pictures of catastrophic failures. Before I bought those, I wish I would have looked at them. My friend Sam the cooking guy recommended it to me. A very old version of the software worked flawlessly for him. Thus far, I've purchased most of what he's recommended and have been impressed, so I decided to take Disappointed to the core. When those two frail stems were pressed slowly and steadily, they finally broke under their own weight. It is unfortunate that they chose to save money over quality. We are willing to spend a little more money for something we know will last. This is the first Zyliss product we have There will never be another time when I purchase that brand. Make sure you read the fine print.
| Sep 02, 2020
This is a tough product to clean, but in any case, it is a good one
There are some aspects of the garlic press that were disappointing to me, but I am still generally satisfied with it. It's great that I don't have to peel the garlic before pressing and I can crush as few as a couple of cloves or as many as I wish with ease regardless of how many I have in the hopper. When I was cleaning out the garlic press, I found that I had a problem with the red insert. Due to the thick, bendable material, the spikes in the garlic press frequently bend, miss the holes, and will often break off. I can't even use the cleaning tool because the ones that remain are bent so far out of place that they can't line up any longer. This press also presented the problem of having to manually empty the hopper after each pressing when making big meals. I have to do this for the most part unless I peel the garlic first. This makes sense, since the paper wrappings on the garlic cloves block the holes after pressing Despite this, I am slightly frustrated because the tool I use to clean out the garlic press is useless, and I expected the "no peeling required" tagline for the garlic press to last more than But the ease of not having to peel the garlic makes it worthwhile to deal with a little extra work in cleaning out the press, and I'm glad I bought I have already noticed some flakes of the silver coating on the inside of my press, but I do use it several times a day and wash it in the dishwasher, so I assume it's just normal aging.
| Jan 03, 2021
A while ago, I was enjoying eating metal flakes now I'm sick of them
It worked great for a while but then the finish began to peel off rapidly, and now I can't even use it because the metal in the garlic is coming off.
| Nov 03, 2020
The garlic press almost stabbed me on the metal when it broke
It's possible it happens only once in a million, but the garlic press broke on me. It is not a product I would recommend.
| Aug 13, 2020
One of the best garlic presses I've ever owned! Sam the Cooking Guy recommended this Zyliss Garlic press on YouTube and I took him up on it Garlic cloves can be used without having to peel them, according to him
I decided to give it a go because it was a reasonable price. As I said, I did not know that it came with a cleaning tool that attaches to the handle so it won't get lost as it did with some other garlic presses I have owned. The design is smart. I used the press for the first time the day after I bought it (after washing it). Sam reported that it did exactly what he You can put a clove of garlic into the machine with the outer paper layer on and it will mince it right through Compared to other presses I have used, it also seems to do a better job of extracting all the garlic. It is fairly easy to clean up after the party It is ready for the next clove as soon as you pick out the wrapper. After that, when the time comes to wash, we will wash on the inside This tool comes with a handle that makes cleaning easy. In the instructions, it says that it can be machine washed, but they recommend hand washing, so I am going to do it myself. It is likely I will stop buying those jars of preservatives once I have this press The use of minced garlic allows you to use fresh garlic more efficiently The garlic is easier to press when it is pressed.
| May 22, 2021
This I did not like in the least
I expected that there would be positive reviews for this garlic press but have not seen I would suggest that if you have arthritis in your hands you should not spend your money on this product. I always found that I had to squeeze hard to get all of the garlic out and when I used it, sometimes a film of garlic would stick on the bottom where the garlic clove was sitting. When I switched between peeling on and peeling off, the peeling was uneven. A second problem was the little red brush or whatever it was intended to be. The slot on the bottom has to match up perfectly with the holes on the top in order for it to work, and even then it doesn't remove everything. Please accept my apology that I am unable to offer a recommendation.
There was a problem! Aside from that, the cleaners are hard to press and are Here are some good things As for my use of it, I was able to use it for two years
Compared to other clove holders, it can hold a lot at once, which speeds up the process. There are a couple of negatives If you put in a lot of cloves, or unpeeled cloves, then it would be very difficult Considering that the product is advertised as "Needs No Peel" this isn't good. Leverage from the handles is not sufficient to make it easier than it has to be. Additionally, here are some problems As the cleaner thingy is made of flexible plastic, if someone in the family (not naming names here) isn't careful and doesn't safely push it into the hole, the little stops bend and it will never, ever fit One of the worst things about this is that the plate that does the pressing is only attached by thin aluminum struts. They broke while they were pressing, in the middle of making dinner. This photo gives a better idea. Compared to the smaller, older one, the older, smaller one featured a much stronger pressing plate and a rigid plastic cleaner. Thank you for keeping it.
| Nov 08, 2020
When the product has been used for 3 years The presentation could be better, but it isn't bad
Since I bought this garlic press about three years ago, it has been my constant companion. It was used quite often, usually at least a few times per The garlic gets pressed quite well with it. When it was first installed, the cleaning tool included with it was easy to use. I gave up on this press after about a year when I noticed that the silver paint was starting to flake off the fingers of the cleaning tool. After a while the fingers on the tool became bent and could no longer fit into the holes of the press, making cleaning it tedious and difficult. The following are all possible It is a good achievement to get 3 years of usage out of a tool like this that is not expensive. Immediately after purchasing the Zyliss, I will test out a stainless steel press to see how it compares.
| Jun 08, 2021