Eddingtons Onion Goggles Reviews
Product Type: Eddingtons gadgets
Description:Brand: Eddingtons / Type: Goggles / Eye protection while chopping onions
Newest Review: ... my wife it's real pain. My solution is sometimes to put my contact lenses in - this often works but not always. However, for ... more
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Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Eddingtons Onion Goggles Reviews (5)
by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When I first displayed this gadget to my wife, I received the biggest look of disdain I think I've ever had from her. It was seen as an insult, as if my reaction to her eyes streaming when chopping onions was to poke fun at her by buying these. She couldn't have been more wrong, and although the price tag may surprise you somewhat, the fact that these will set you back £15 or so should show you, as it did her, that I was deadly serious when I bought them, and in no way was I trying to be funny... I'm sure we're not alone in how chopping onions affects our eyes. The lesser quality onions aren't so bad as they just don't have the same power and taste as proper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
As a family we like to do a lot of things together and we cook a lot together too, as it is enjoyable and a nice way to spend quality time. Occasionally the little lad will also join in, but that is mostly at weekends. Me and my other half enjoy making big family meals such as spaghetti bolognese and lasagne and a lot of tomato based recipes - most of these require onions and that is where this review will come in handy. Everyone knows how hard it can be to see clearly if you are chopping your onions and then your eyes start to water. Some people suffer more than others. Both me and my other half suffer from this problem and we were increasingly finding this a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I was recently given a pair of Eddingtons Onion Goggles. To be perfectly honest when I saw these I had no idea what they were or that this sort of thing even existed, to be honest they looked like a dodgy pair of glasses, the idea of the glasses is to prevent your eyes from watering when cutting onions, probably a very good invention for people who do suffer when cooking with onions. Anyway instead of having them just sitting in my draw without actually using them I decided to give them a try, really just for a laugh, and I have to admit I did feel rather silly wearing them. Basically the idea of these glasses is to keep away from your eyes the vapours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Have you ever heard of anything more ridiculous than "Onion Goggles"??! A friend bought them for me as a joke after I joked that I'd been cutting too many onions when I was upset one day. She got them from www.stylishhomeware.co.uk for a fairly expensive £14.99. Now, at first I actually thought these were a joke gadget and not something that people actually used - until I looked them up and then I found that these are deemed by many to be a necessary kitchen accessory! Onion goggles!! It still makes me giggle that anyone feels the need for onion goggles because, lets face it, chopping onions really doesn't seem bad enough to warrant special ocular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
Chopping onions can be a very emotional experience and there are many tried and tested methods that claim to end the pain and discomfort? * soaking the onion in water half an hour before you cut them * Place a teaspoon in your mouth whilst cutting the onion?! * wearing your contact lenses rather than your glasses. * chop off the top of the onion, peel back the skin, chop the onion with the roots intact then discard them. * Stick your tongue out and keep it out the whole time. The onion vapours go to whatever moisture is near so if it ends up on your tongue it won't end up in your eyes. (eh?) * Chew gum while cutting the onion - it ... Read the complete review
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