|Little Salad And Herb Spinner - Clear||6" H x 8" W x 8" D||2.1667 lbs|
|Product Category:||Salad Spinners|
Questions & Answers
OXO Little Salad And Herb Spinner - Clear
Nice and handy
Detlef from Quebec, QC– Verified Buyer
Works very well and the perfect size for two to three.
Nenita from Wheeling, IL– Verified Buyer
This spinner is the best! :)). Doesn't have to be assembled, easy to use & does it job efficiently. I use it everyday because my husband loves fresh salads.
Little Salad and Herb Spinner
J. from MI
I'm happy with this salad spinner overall. No surprises or anything unexpected here, it's fine.
Great salad spinner!
Barbara Messina from Murrysville, PA– Verified Buyer
Easy to use and clean. It getting the right amount water out after cleaning greens. Great for storing greens, too. I already have 3 other oxo spinners. It keeps a variety of greens cleaned, fresh and ready for use.
Anonymous from Ohio– Verified Buyer
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