RSVP Endurance Stainless Steel Egg Topper
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- Gently squeeze the handle and a ring of teeth will pierce, crack and separate the top of the egg
- Measures 4-inches by 3-inches by 1/4-inch
- Made of durable stainless steel
- Use with our Porcelain Egg Cups and Spoons set
- Dishwasher safe
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RSVP strives to offer quality kitchen products and cooking tools at competitive prices. Our Endurance Egg Topper is a perfect example. Gently squeeze the handle and a ring of teeth will pierce, crack and separate the top of the egg. Made of dishwasher safe stainless steel. Measures 4-inches by 3-inches by 1/4-inch. When all the right people, and ingredients, kitchen tools, and food come together, we call this The Art of Gathering.
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Top international reviews
Whatever happened to real free-range eggs and wholesome feed? Modern egg shells are virtually see-through . . .
it glides over the shell.
pour œuf anémique, peut-être.
He reported positive results with all except this item. Said it was "too small" and therefore did not work. I don't know how he cut the top off of the eggs to eat, but I do know that it was not with this item.
I am replacing this with one that I saw with much higher customer ratings. (Should have paid attention & checked the ratings before ordering this one). The price on this one was very good, and in the picture it appears to be a well-made product. However, I'm not sure that my 9-year old niece would be able to put her fingers into the scissor-type handles; the openings are very small. And, it apparently did not 'fit' on top of the egg well enough to operate.
You have to really work at it to top an egg, squeeze the finger holes which pushes serrated teeth into the egg, then repeat the process while turning the egg.....
A quick flick with a knife is faster, easier and less messy.
Would buy again