Friday, July 24, 2015

This Kitchen Monster Makes Short Work Cutting Through Pizza

At our house a week is not complete if we do not have pizza at least once. My guys love the stuff, and the more meat the better! Handmade, store bought, frozen, fresh, they love them all! So having a good pizza cutter is important to me!

Greenwald brands has a fantastic Kitchen Monster Pizza Cutter. Both my husband and I like using it a lot. What we love the most about it is the ergonomic handle. It just gives you a fantastic secure grip and I can use it easily even with my arthritis.

The company made some recent changes to their pizza cutter by reinforcing the connection from the handle to the cutter wheel. This will help keep it working for a long time to come, which is good considering the many ways you can use a pizza cutter. It has cut through cookie dough, pancakes, waffles, even some pastries!

The benefits of this pizza cutter cutter are:
 1. It's super comfortable grip feels like a natural extension of your hand. It works well for anyone with arthritis, small hands and large hands alike. The handle is angled nicely too making it easier to roll the wheel across the pizza.
 2. It has a sharp stainless steel wheel blade with a finger guard for added safety. I really like the finger guard! The wheel cuts through pizza easily the first time without having to apply extra pressure to get through the crust like you have to do with some pizza cutters.
 3. It's built to last espcially with the new 4X strength improvement of the connection from the handle to the cutter wheel.
4. It's dishwasher safe.
5. It's fun and easy to use.
6. It's stainless steel so it won't rust and the blade will stay sharp longer.
7. They back the product with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

We really like this pizza cutter and think you will too!

You can purchase your own Greenwald Brands Kitchen Monster Pizza Cutter HERE!

The reviewer has been compensated with receiving the product free in order to bring you an honest review. All opinions are those of the reviewer.

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