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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

REVIEW -- KUKPO Can Opener

KUKPO Manual Can Opener

EXTREMELY EASY TO USE – The large turning handle cuts open a can lid in seconds with minimum effort from the user and can be used to pop open bottle lids and soda tops perfect for arthritis patients and eldery parents.

MADE OUT OF HIGH QUALITY STAINLESS STEEL – Industrial quality stainless steel is used in the manufacturing process to ensure a lifetime use and a rust free product
Tired of your low quality can opener that does not function properly, no matter how hard you try? Are you looking for the perfect gift for your elderly parents or an arthritis or parkinson patients? Looking forward to buy an efficient and durable tin opener for a low price? There is only one solution to all the above issues – the KUKPO manual can opener!
The KUKPO can opener is a high quality product made using pure stainless steel in state-of-the-art factories. The can opener makes yours life easy as it opens all sizes of tins ranging from tiny to large in seconds. All you have to do is to place the cutting disk on the tin and turn the movable handle. Then the top of the tin would come off in seconds leaving a smooth edge behind. Put a stop to bleeding fingers and frustration instantly with this efficient KUKPO can opener. Once used, you could easily clean the can opener with water and mild detergents, if necessary. It will not rust due to any reason; use this quality product throughout your lifetime.
Opening cans is in my Top 3 difficult things to do with CP. I like to use an electric can opener to open any cans I may have to open, but after being without electricity yesterday for nearly 6 hours, I realize it's good to have a manual can opener on hand.

Enter the KUKPO Maunal can opener.

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What I liked MOST about this can opener is the big rubber handle to grip when using. With typical manual can openers, my hands can never get a good grip onto the handle. My hand tends to slip and I can never get it to turn; hence why I prefer the electric can openers.

But with this, I was able to easily open 2 cans of tuna fish with no problems. The rubber handle allowed me to get the leverage to turn the blades easily.

I really don't see disabled people having issues using this. Both my adoptive grandmother (who has carpal-tunnel syndrome in her wrist) and myself have had no problems using this.

This is available from Amazon for $19.95.

Wonderful manual can opener. Every kitchen should have at least one of these in their kitchen.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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