Categories Food'n'drink Kitchen tip: don’t buy peelers with magnetic handles. They’re just annoying. Post author By Daniel Post date Mon 26 March 2012 5 Comments on Kitchen tip: don’t buy peelers with magnetic handles. They’re just annoying. Kitchen tip: don’t buy peelers with magnetic handles. It might seem like it’s a cool idea, but actually they’re just annoying; having them stick to other things is not at all useful. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditLike Loading... Tags kitchen ← Does Yarra Trams think we’re all nine feet tall? → Myki myths 2: Everybody always has to touch-off, every single time, or they’ll be penalised – Nope. 5 replies on “Kitchen tip: don’t buy peelers with magnetic handles. They’re just annoying.” Being magnetic and everything, isn’t that because you’re supposed to hand them from a magnetic wall-mounted rack, and not in your cutlery drawer? I suppose tossing them into the sink might still pose a problem though… Loading... I wasn’t aware potatoes stuck to magnets. ;-). Loading... @Oz, yeah they could go on a magnetic rack, but I’d have thought most people would save rack space for bigger things like knives, not space-inefficient potato peelers! Loading... Knives are potato peelers. Knives are universal peelers, really. Loading... If you’ve got a magnetic rack there is no need for the items to have magnets inside (like this peeler. They just need to be magnetic in the sense that they stick to magnets. *has two magnetic racks at home, enjoys them immensely* Loading... Comments are closed.