Maxi Vegetable Spiralizer and Fruit Cutter
Spiral vegetable and fruit cutter
If you’ve not discovered spiralizing yet, where have you been hiding. This machine from Betty Bossi is a great place to start. Thanks to the innovative Maxi Spiralizer, you can quickly create awesome spirals or spaghetti from vegetables and fruits. This is perfect to follow healthy eating trends and enjoy delicious food. Whether this is vegetarian, vegan or low carb.
Everything is spiralized straight into the large container, there’s no mess left on your worktop either. Clean-up’s easy too, as all the parts can go in the dishwasher.
- Create perfect vegetable and fruit spirals or spaghetti
- Designed with a large collection container – it makes the work easy & fun
- Suitable for large quantities
- Minimal strength required, thanks to the rapid rotating system
- Simple and quick preparation
- Perfect for zucchini, carrots, potatoes, kohlrabi, pears and much more
- Spiral cutter box contents: Two interchangeable blade inserts, collection container with suction cup
- Recipe booklet included
- Designed in Switzerland
- Material: stainless steel, plastic
- Color: green/beige/transparent/black
- Dimensions: 4.53 x W 3.54 x H 7.36 inch
- Hand wash
How To use:
Fix Maxi Spiralizer on a smooth, clean surface (suction effect) with the aid of the side-mounted lever, screw the desired knife attachment (spaghetti or spirals) under the transparent container, place vegetables or fruit on the holder provided, place the container and also fix, then simply turn the lever above, the cut fruit or vegetables are collected directly in the container
Pro Tip: The perfect vegetables and fruits for fantastic recipe ideas: Broccoli stems, fennel, cucumbers, potatoes, kohlrabi, pumpkin, parsnip, beets (boiled), radish, red cabbage, carrots, celeriac, sweet potatoes, white cabbage, zucchini or onions. Apples, pears, kiwi (peeled and not too soft) and, for example, star fruit.
About Betty Bossi
Betty Bossi is the leading Swiss culinary company, and has been teaching Swiss people to cook since 1956 – first and foremost through the Betty Bossi magazine, regularly published cookbooks and clever kitchen utensils. In addition, we also develop food products for Switzerland's largest retailer and advise numerous companies on culinary topics.