IDEALISK Potato press, stainless steel
IDEALISK Potato press, stainless steel
IDEALISK Potato press, stainless steel
IDEALISK Potato press, stainless steel
Article Number761.142.85

Product details

Wash this product before using it for the first time.
  • Stainless steel
    Dishwasher-safe.
  • The material in this product MAY BE recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.
  • IDEALISKPotato pressArticle Number:761.142.85
    Width: 4 ½ "Height: 3 ½ "Length: 9 ¾ "Weight: 15 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

Length: 
9 ¾ "
Height: 
4 "
Diameter: 
3 ¼ "

Reviews

4.4(38)
Use this for ricing potatoesHILARYUse this for ricing potatoes to make gnocchi. Perfect.5
great productMIREILLEgood to smash anything5
Nice productPRANAYANice product5
Does the jobRanelleEasy enough to use4
Broke on day 1Pick BLooked solid and price was not high so I bought it. First time using it, the flat metal piece going to the plunger bent in two places making the tool useless. I've thought about bending it back and welding on some sturdy support, then I realized, that's just crazy! So after some research I am buying a different potato ricer and avoiding the metal ones with the same weak point. I wish it worked well because I like the look of this one.1
I looked this toolManderJSo much easier than putting together and plugging in a mixer! It makes the potatoes evenly and I love it!! Its also good at squeezing fruit for juices as well!5
Changed my Mashed Potato Game Foreverjen4k2Every once in a while, I'll come across a product that's so fab I can't help but evangelize about it. Last time, it was Diva Cup. This time, it's a potato ricer, aka a potato smasher. Up till now, I've sworn off uni-taskers and made do with the bottom of a glass and wooden spoon. Well, thanks to Alex French Guy Cooking, I broke down and grabbed one last time I was at Ikea for $9. Alton Brown forgive me, but I REPENT refusing to try this uni-tasker sooner. Thanks to allergies, I can't use real milk and butter, but just using Yukon gold potatoes, salt and pepper, and a bit of the boil-water I reserved in place of milk, I made what are probably the best mashed potatoes I've ever eaten. Just remember to wash it before the remaining potato bits dry.5
Nickname2020I use the potato press to squeeze out excess water from vegetables. Being a senior citizen I do not have the strength in my hands to do a good job. The potato press is the best instrument to do the job.5
Best Mashed PotatoesElwoo20Been wanting a ricer and this was perfect! Made the creamiest mashed potatoes with ease but make sure your potatoes are boiled fully and soft to the touch.5
It bentReneeCookI used this ricer several times. I love the way the potatoes come out and it’s fun to use...but sadly the main metal bracket bent...such a bummer!3
Looks good, but very poor qualitychefblueI used this twice and the middle stem bent. I bought the Oxo. Poorly made, should not be sold for $10.1
Excellent Quality-Good priceAmy L HardenWe bought before Thanksgiving. Very pleased with how the potatoes turned on - smooth and creamy.5
Every kitchen needs oneMashedPotatoesEnthusiastElectric appliances get overheated when blending potatoes and the consistency of the puree is not correct. After a failed dinner I decided to buy this simple tool and since then my mashed potatoes are perfect!5
Very pleasedJMOSFor a number of years I’ve been trying to find a ricer that I like, and I think I’ve finally found it. The IDEALISK ricer has a one piece fixed bowl, which I prefer. Other ricers I’ve tried have either a removable bowl and/or a removable perforated disk at the bottom of the bowl. I found both these features troublesome because the bowl and disc would be pulled out when they stuck to the plunger. The IKEA model eliminates this problem with its fixed bowl. Construction looks sturdy and I’m hoping the stainless steel finish holds up and doesn’t rust. Although I only use this kitchen tool a few times a year I find it indispensable for making perfect mashed potatoes and rutabagas.5
Is another great tool for making mash potatoesTigerfragIs a fun tool to use for making mash potatoes.4
Sturdy potato pressMw1223Works like a charm but wish it was a little bigger but will still give it a 5 star. Made potato gnocchi and they riced up perfect and gnocchis were so light and fluffy.5
Easy to useDcmerMresukt is fluffy mashed potatoes5
Affordable potato ricerJoelle1I made the best mashed potatoes with this using boiled Yukon gold potatoes. I don’t know why the basket is removable and I’m afraid it will get lost.4
Works geat!MadamMymgreat! Works like a charm! Makes potatoes so smooth.5
DisappointedKABBI bought this thinking it would be the perfect tool to make hashbrowns. It made pressed potatoes/mashed potatoes1

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Potato press, stainless steel

$9.99
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IDEALISK Potato press, stainless steel

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$9.99