TOKIG Salad spinner, white

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The bowl can also be used for serving.

Article Number601.486.78

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Henrik Preutz

Article Number601.486.78
  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

  • Material
    Polypropylene, Synthetic rubber

    Handwash only.

  • No BPA (Bisphenol A) added.


Height: 6 "

Diameter: 9 "

  • TOKIGArticle Number601.486.78

    Height: 6 ½ "

    Weight: 13 oz

    Diameter: 9 ¼ "

    Package(s): 1


Green TimeCHRISTOPHERNeeded a way to clean my romaine thoroughly this Is truly a time saver.5
Salad SpinnerLINDAValue for the price. Quality is good enough for occassional usage...3
Easy to useNayeliLoved it for salads5
Perfect for its purposeMariaPerfect for its purpose4
Take salads to the next levelRebecca L.I always wanted a salad spinner. I thought they were neat, but, when I was a kid, my mom was adamantly against them. Turns out, she had one and loved it but my brothers played with it all the time and broke it. Look, for this price you can buy one for a backup and if the kids break it, at least they were interested in vegetables. That said, there is just something fun about using physics to clean vegetables. Veggies last longer when they are dried in this, salad doesn't get soggy before you can eat it, and you can use this to remove extra water from other foods. I put the elbow macaroni in here and give it a spin before I make macaroni salad, and it saves me from having watered down dressing that runs to the bottom of the bowl.5
Really keeps produce fresh andANGELAReally keeps produce fresh and crisp5
it is good and easyCARMENit is good and easy to wash it5
Tokig is helpful and ISelinaTokig is helpful and I use it everyday5
It"s okayErinThis is my first salad spinner. I didn't want to pay too much (because I wasn't sure I'd use it regularly). It's a good price for a starter spinner. After using it, the only difficulties I had was the lid not spinning when the basket doesn't sit perfectly in the bowl (things just need to be lined up right).4
lettuce spinnerBarbWorks very well. Could be larger. But can't beat the price.5
TokigTaunyaI've wanted one if these for a while. The Tupperware one is way too expensive. I really like kitchen utensil/appliance.5
Work as expectedOliviaI like the size of this salad spinner. Not bulky. It’s easy to use and works great.5
Priced Right!WILMAAll plastic breaks down after a while, so instead of instead of buying a $40 salad spinner from the competition, get one from Ikea!5
Love itSidoniaLove it5
Good SpinnerLISAKinda on the small size, perfect for one. Helps dry the lettuce quicker after rinsing. That being said doesn't take up much room in the cupboard, easily fits into another bowl.4
Great item. Works great.KamGreat item. Works great.5
Good for mixing the saladFaisalI am on keto diet, so I need to eat lots of salads. This is a good item as I can put the lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and mix it up by moving the top. No need to shake it or so.5
Spinner WinnerYanitzaThe simple but effective design is a win and the size is exactly what I was looking for. My previous one was much too big and a pain to store.5
Great product helps to makeRinaGreat product helps to make your salads4
Very useful basic salad spinner!BarbaraIn my opinion the Tokig salad spinner is the most efficient and easy to use salad spinner on the market. I only wish that it was a little larger and that the inner basket was more durable. Without the inner basket it makes a good storage container with an easily snapped on lid.5

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