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OXO Good Grips Ratcheting Pineapple Slicer


Perfect pineapple rings without the hassle

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Core & Slice With A Single Tool

Pineapple is a healthy and delicious snack, but getting it from rind to bowl can be a daunting and potentially dangerous challenge involving knives, guesswork and elbow grease. Why not make the whole process safer and simpler with the OXO Good Grips Ratcheting Pineapple Slicer.

Step 1:

Remove the top of the pineapple and place it next to the slicer, using the markings on the body to measure its height.

Step 2:

Hold the pineapple while pushing down firmly on the handle and twist clockwise 180°. Without removing your hand from the handle, twist the handle back counterclockwise. Continue twisting back and forth to core the entire pineapple.

Step 3: 

Stop rotating once you reach the measurement marking determined in step 1 and pull the slicer from the pineapple.

Step 4: 

Pinch the buttons at the top of the Slicer to separate the knob from the body, and slide the pineapple rings off the shaft. The pineapple shell will be left intact so you can fill it with fruit salad (or a festive cocktail) if desired.

Good Grips

Ratcheting Pineapple Slicer


Cores and slices a whole pineapple with ease

Simply slice off the top of a fresh pineapple, then twist the Slicer onto the exposed fruit to create perfect pineapple rings. Ratcheting handle is easy on arms and wrists. Measurement markings let you gauge a pineapple’s height before slicing so you know when you’re nearing the bottom of the fruit.


  • SKU 1127580V1
    Dimensions 4.75" x 1.75" x 12"
    Packaged Weight 0.4 lbs
    Dishwasher Safe Soft Non Slip Grip

    Download the Instruction Manual

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