Whether you're camping or preferring to use a manual can opener at home, opening cans is child's play with these de-energized models. You've always used it at home; an electric can be immensely useful (especially if you have problems with yours Have hands), but you need a power source, right? For the times when you need to do it the old fashioned way, we've looked at some of the best manual can openers.
Each of these can openers is great for easily opening any can and often includes a bottle opener tool. You may be surprised that these can openers work with cans on a ring-pull basis. Why? Often it is more difficult for people with hand problems to open a can in this way than to use a can opener. These can openers mean you do not have to worry about it. They are also ergonomically designed for maximum comfort.
Here's the selection of the bunch.
Best Overall: Kuhn Rikon Master Opener (1
So stylish The Kuhn Rikon Master Opener is a handy design for a can opener. Light and yet long, you can easily throw it in your kitchen drawer, among other things, instead of creating a lot of room for it.
It is designed so that one end is a bottle opener while the other acts as a can opener. Just turn the big but easy to turn knob and the cutting wheel will do the hard work for you. More importantly, it never touches the food, so you do not have to worry about cross-contamination.
In addition, the opener securely cuts the outer edge of the can, leaving fewer sharp edges than before, although it is expected to make a few attempts to find just the right thing. It works on any tin and is equally suitable for left-handed and right-handed people.
Best for people with hand problems: Zyliss Lock N-Can Opener (US $ 10)
The lift-can opener Zyliss Lock N is anything but attractive and not only a bit bulky, but also ideal for those who have problems with sensitive engine actions. This can opener can compete with any size of can and lid. It has a smooth cutting mechanism that promises to open a can within seconds. Everything so typical of a can opener, right?
Where it becomes more useful for the Zyliss Lock N Lift can opener is its soft feel. Thanks to some well-designed handles, it is very easy to hold, reducing the fatigue or pain of the hands due to various mobility issues. If you have RSI or arthritis in your hands, do not be afraid to open a can.
Finally, a magnet sticks to the lid and lifts it off the can, so you can easily dispose of it without touching it. You will not drop it, which is good if you have other mobility concerns.