**Full Disclosure: I received the Queezy Juicer for review purposes. No other compensation was exchanged. There may be affiliate links in this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I love kitchen tools but my kitchen is the size of a small outhouse, so I have to be very selective with what I decide to bring in. When I was browsing Karma Kiss, I came across the Queezy Juicer and thought it would be a fun tool to have. Initially, I thought the boys would enjoy using it and it would look nice when I wasn’t using it.
About the Queezy Juicer:
With its elevated and slanted neck it makes squeezing the juice from your favorite fruit that much easier. Everyone will love this tool from men to women, and will benefit greatly from its appreciation for the love of juicing!
The sleek, modern design is perfect for any modern kitchen and is so easy to use. Simply grasp the base with one hand and, with the other hand, twist the fresh fruit for cup after cup of delicious, refreshing, healthy juice.
- It does look nice sitting on above my cabinets (between uses).
- The Queezy Juicer is easy to wash, however, it doesn’t fit in my dishwasher. I can’t say I would buy this for anyone knowing that it doesn’t fit in a dishwasher. (It is, after all, the only “maid” I have in my house.) But if you already only hand wash your dishes, this is a great tool!
- It’s very easy to use – even my 4 year old does it without (much) difficulty.
- It’s sturdy – when you are squeezing the juice out of your orange, it doesn’t tip over easily.
If you are looking for unique gifts, Karma Kiss is a great place to start looking!
BUY IT! Available for purchase at Karma Kiss, the Queezy Juicer is in White for $24.99 or in Black for $25.20.
Do you make fresh squeezed juice with your kiddos?
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