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Buying The Best Automatic Can Opener

Updated on January 18, 2010
Automatic Can Opener - the One Touch Can Opener
Automatic Can Opener - the One Touch Can Opener

If you are looking for a quick and easy way to open up any cans then you should consider investing in a good quality automatic can opener. This is of great benefit to people who want to open up a can of food and get on with the cooking process without delay.

An automatic can opener is also a great kitchen appliance for people with limited strength in their hands or people who have suffered an injury to their hand or arm and would therefore have some difficulty removing a can lid.

Here are some great automatic can openers that are available to buy from Amazon online.

One Touch Automatic Can Opener

The One Touch Can Opener is a battery operated can opener that makes the job completely effortless. All you have to do is place the opener on top of the can, push the button and watch as the opener seamlessly removes the top without leaving any dangerous jagged edges.

It is compact in size which means that it is easy to store away in your kitchen drawer or cabinet. It is also a great gadget to take when you are going on camping trips or on a picnic excursion because it is battery operated so you can use it in any location.

This is also a very convenient kitchen appliance for senior citizens or for disabled people who need a little extra assistance to open up canned goods.

The matching One Touch automatic jar opener is also available.

Automatic can opener - Black & Decker Gizmo
Automatic can opener - Black & Decker Gizmo

Black & Decker Gizmo Electric Can Opener

This is a handy little piece of kitchen equipment that is easy to use and really effective. This cordless electric can opener means that you can take it with you and open a can wherever you are.

Once it is fully charged you simply need to clamp this opener onto the top of the can you want to open and release the soft grip top.

Then you can watch it work its way around the top of your can and when it has completed the cutting action, it will stop automatically and shut off.

You can simply lift the can opener off and the lid release means that you do not have to handle the sharp edges of the lid at all. You can just take it over to your garbage can and operate the release mechanism.

The Black & Decker Gizmo comes with a charging base that can be mounted on the wall. Once it is fully charged, this automatic can opener has enough power to open the equivalent of up a months worth of food cans.


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