Excalibur 3 in 1 Kitchen Master


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#3

love the description!
absolutely hilarious!


#4

Spectacular! A three in one device comprised of FOUR devices! Absolutely brilliant!!


#5

Its one device with 3 attachments…

…not for use in the shower.


#6

Should read… Grind spices, grate cheese, or open a bottle of wine at the touch of a button, good for people who are TAILGATERS.

I might have to pick one of these up and add it to my kit.


#7

because its not laziness if its done in a parking lot…


#8

That was worth the read.


#9

Perfect for Wedding gifts, too!
I’m in for 3!!!


#10

I think this would confuse me…

On the other hand: a great gift for friends leaving for college!


#11

anyone find this anywhere else? what’s the battery life like?


#12

35.00 here http://www.handheldhaven.com/servlet/the-6056/3-dsh-in-dsh-1-Kitchen-Master/Detail


#13

I wanted a pepper grinder, saw an electric one for $25. I trust Woot won’t sell garbage, in for one for me and one for my sister and one for good luck.


#14

Woot won’t sell garbage? Ummm… yeah, say it enough times and maybe it’ll be true. Like everything Bush has been selling us. But I’m sure you trust him too.


#15

Looks like the majority of Lazy Handicap people live in WA and OR today…


#16

Well I know one person whos not invited to my wedding.


#17

Damn, thought this was one of those little blenders. Oh well. I could use a Magic Bullet, Woot, but not spending $60 on one.


#18

The batteries is what kills this. It sounds like a good item, but I wonder how long the batteries will last. With 6 AA, it’s a 9 volt device and I’m thinking the 9 volt battery is going to run high on consumption. Plan for rechargables if you buy.


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Actually, it is unlikely that the batteries are in series, you don’t need 9 volts to run a motor. Most likely they are (at least some of them) in parallel to get more current and longer life. I suspect six AA’s will last a long time. You don’t run them very long. I had a battery powered pepper grinder that ran on AA’s and I don’t ever remember changing the batteries.

A double A alkaline is good for about 1 to 2 Amp/hour. Assuming they are parallel/series wired to give 4.5 volts at 2 to 4 amp hours and the motor uses 2 Amps (9 Watt motor) that is 1 to 2 hours of continuous cheese grating. How much cheese do you put on your pasta?


#20

would be better if batteries were included