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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Tuna Squish

Tuna Squish

The Tuna Squish let's you open canned tuna without smelling like one! It's a handheld can press that drains the liquid, removes and ejects the lid from canned tuna (and other cans) with minimal human contact. Never touch your tuna! - See more at:

Simple. Easy. Delicious.

Whether you are a tuna lover, a healthy eater, an athlete or a brainiac you can rest assured, with the Tuna Squish you will never have to touch your tuna again.

Okay, the premise of this little device is simple: use this and you'll never have to touch stinky, smelly tuna water or oil again.

Which would be a great idea... for able bodied people. Disabled people, especially those that have spasms in the arms or hands, you're going to wear the juice.

^^Stock photo of the Tuna Squish^^

The instructions are simple...
1. Open can as usual, but do NOT remove lid. Place opened can in Tuna Squish and squeeze the handle closed.
2. Turn sideways to drain the liquid.
3. The magnet lifts the lid out of the can when opening. Remove can.
4. Press fin button to release the lid into the trash.

^^Stock photo of the Tuna Squish in action^^

^^what I received^^

I had my helper 'Mama Melissa' open the can of tuna for me and set it near the sink. The Tuna Squish still wobbled for me while placing the can inside the cutout for it, and I STILL wore the juice. Defeated the purpose right there, but I was adamant about finishing the review.

From every video I saw, squeezing the two handles together looked easy enough, and that all the juice drained from just minimal pressure.


I like to think I have pretty good dexterity in my hands. I can type about 40 WPM, write fairly neatly, and work buttons/snaps/shoelaces with minor problems. So, it's not like I have weak hand muscles. However, I was unable to get all the juice out with one squeeze, like I am able to with just my hands and thumbs directly on the lid.

Mama Melissa had to squeeze it a second time to get more juice to drain. I then took the Tuna Squish from her and squeezed it yet a THIRD time, draining even more juice. The third time was the charm, because when I opened it, the tuna was dry.

I will say disposal of the actual lid was very easy. One flick of the 'fin' button and the lid did fall. So, I was able to eliminate the possible cut from the sharp edges of the lid.

Actual disabled people are going to have a very difficult time using this, to be absolutely honest. It seemed to take me even LONGER to open and drain a can of tuna using the Tuna Squish. If you have a MINOR disability (like arthritis or carpal-tunnel syndrome), but still have some arm/hand strength or you're an able-bodied person and just don't want to get the tuna juice on you, this will work wonderfully.

You can click the link in the Product Description above for more info or to purchase.

BUT, Tuna Squish is offering ONE Tuna Squish device to a lucky winner!!

Tuna Squish Giveaway

This gadget has potential. I feel it would work best for an able-bodied person or someone who is just slighly disabled.
WOULD RECOMMEND: Yes, but only to able-bodied people.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. looks nice! maybe it works good for me that my hands gives up all the time.

  2. I would keep it! I love making chicken salad out if canned chicken and this would hep make it do much better!!

  3. I would love to win this, what a cool little kitchen gadget!

  4. I don't know...I think I might keep it? Would be cool if it had a way to drain other cans too! Or if it had an integrated opener. Interesting concept