- Works fantastically
- Sturdy and solid; it’s well made
- Easy to clean
The extra-large reservoir allows you to mince several cloves with a single squeeze. It’s dishwasher-safe, rust proof, and comes with a handy roll peeler.
The large size does make it difficult for some users to squeeze – and sometimes the garlic gets stuck in the corners.
You might be tempted to overlook this particular garlic press because you don’t need a large basket option. But, it actually shares more in common with the top faves despite the lower price.
One reason to consider a large basket garlic press is the reduction in pressure needed when the basket isn’t full. We kind of love that. Plus, it makes cleaning the residue even easier – which is really not an issue with this baby. It’s got the flip top and brush to boot.
We also appreciate the included roller which makes it easy to remove peels. (Really, all you do is tuck cloves inside and roll it back and forth until the papery peels slide off.) What’s not to like about that? It’s not as efficient as more expensive models, but it’s still a good value for the price.
What’s it made of? Stainless steel.
Does it feature easy operation? Yes. While it’s not as efficient as more expensive models, it does an incredible job for about half the price. You may need two hands if you tend to push a lot of garlic into the reservoir, but we think that’s okay if you need a lot of it.
How do you clean out the garlic residue? The Propresser basket can be easily flipped up. All you need to do is rinse it under running water. There’s also a little brush for stubborn bits.
Is it dishwasher safe? Yes!
How much does it weigh? 9.3 ounces.
Any guarantees or warranties? This garlic press includes a lifetime guarantee.
Will it break the bank? Hardly. At about $18, you get an awesome garlic press.
- Rated #3 in 6 Best Garlic Presses (Crushers)