Brand New Can Openers

@kathy77 (7488)
February 1, 2007 10:28am CST
The fast and easy way to open cans. Just place it on top of the can, press the button and the can will be open in seconds. When cutting is complete just lift the One Touch and the magnet will conveniently pick up the lid for you. It's that simple
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• United States
7 Feb 07
I use the One Touch can opener all the time now. It is so easy! Just make sure to keep extra batteries on hand. The batteries don't seem to last very long. But it still beats any other can opener, whether manual or electric. Simply an awesome invention.
@deebomb (15322)
• United States
18 Feb 07
I have found one problem with them. its hard to know when the battery is going to run down I had the battery die afer starting to open a can and had a hard time getting it off the can to change the battery. I relly love mine exceopt for that.
@lilaclady (28238)
• Australia
17 Feb 07
that is good, I bought a can opener for an elderly friend of mine last year and for the life of me I couldn't work it out and not one person who had a go could work it out either, this one sounds good....
@deebomb (15322)
• United States
4 Feb 07
one touch can opener - I love my one touch can opener.
These can openers are great. I have one and I love it for most cans. It can be dangerous for those cans that you use the lid to drain off the liquid, such as tuna, because of the sharp edges. The can opener runs on battries. I don't remember what size though. My hands are not strong enought to open it to see. I like it because it is smal and fits any where. It's handy for those tall coffee cans too.You can get them on e-bay or other places on the net. I got mine through one of those catalogues that come in the mail. The one's you usually throw away as junk.
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@weemam (13377)
2 Feb 07
I saw that on TV last week a brilliant idea , It would be great for Ross as with having Cerebral Palsy his hand's are not too good xx