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Fruit Corer, Pitter Tool Convinient Safe Labor-saving for Core f

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Fruit Corer, Pitter Tool Convinient Safe Labor-saving for Core f

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Product description

Feature:

1. Safe and easy to use, can the cores of cherries, olives and dates very quickly.
2. Simply insert the cherries, press the tool, and immediately the cherry seeds.
3. Ergonomic design, comfortable to hold, can be used for a long time without fatigue.
4. The cherry corer is made of high‑quality aluminum alloy, which is strong and durable.
5. Easy to clean, just rinse with water, compact and easy to store, suitable for home kitchen.


Specification:

Item Type: Remover
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Weight: Approx. 75g / 2.6oz
Length: Approx. 18cm/7.1in
Color: Silver
Function: olives, cherries, red dates and other core, convenient and labor-saving.


Package List:

1 x Cherry Remover


Note:

1. Please allow 0‑1 inch error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

Fruit Corer, Pitter Tool Convinient Safe Labor-saving for Core f

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