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We need this three in one avocado slicer in our lives

We need this three in one avocado slicer in our lives
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Avocados are delicious. Absolutely, undeniably delicious.

They can be eaten on toast, turned into guacamole and made into a face mask – such a versatile treat.

But the thing is, they can be a bit of a pain in the bum to cut and prepare – last year it was reported that there was a notable rise in the number of people going to hospital with ‘serious stab and slash injuries’ after attempting to get into an avo.

Marks and Spencer tried to help by coming along with a stoneless avocado, but they’re super seasonal and only available one month of the year.

So, what are we to do? How are we to deal with our little green fruits without ending up in a ball on the kitchen floor, being comforted by mice?

We get this three in one avocado slicer – that’s what we do.

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Say a big hello to the Oxo Good Grips three in one avocado slicer!

It’s everything you need to cut, pit and slice your avo with ease.

Here’s how:

1. The plastic blade cuts through avo skin and fruit but isn’t sharp to the touch

3 in one avo slicer
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2. The pitting tool removes pits with a twist

3 in one avo slicer
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3. The fan blade cuts your avo into perfect slices and scoops them out for serving

3 in one avo slicer
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This tool is BPA-free and is safe in the top rack of your dishwasher. Just the top rack though, mind.

Are you ready for a cute story to read while you sip your avocado latte? That was rhetorical, I’m going to tell you anyway.

So, Oxo Good Grips was born over 25 years when a man called Sam Farber noticed that his wife Betsey was struggling to use vegetable peelers comfortably, due to her arthritis.

Sam wanted to create a range of comfortable, easy to use utensils, that would be useful to everyone, including Betsey. Thus, Oxo was born. Cute, huh?

You can get your own avocado slicer for £8.75 here.

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