Ikea Koncis Potato Masher Reviews
Product Type: Ikea Kitchenware
Newest Review: ... Koncis Potato Masher for £2, and I thought it was definitely worth a go at that price, and would keep hubby happy! At £2, I ... more
by - written on 03/03/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
For quite a few years I had a black plastic Judge potato masher, which I didn't have much of a problem with, when it came to mashing potatoes, however, my husband, on occasions when he would mash the potatoes for me at lunch/dinner time, would moan and moan that the plastic masher was useless and that I needed to get a proper metal masher to give a bit of strength when mashing. I didn't really want to go and purpose a brand new expensive metal masher when I found the other to work well enough, but the last time we were in Ikea, I saw this Koncis Potato Masher for £2, and I thought it was definitely worth a go at that price, and would keep hubby happy! At £2, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Since me and my other half moved into our first home together five years ago we have gone through six potato masher. I have no idea what he does to them but they always end up bent beyond bending them back. I don't complain as his mash potato is the best, well the best I have ever tasted. On one of our many visits to Ikea we came across this masher. At £3.99 I thought well if it only lasts a few months it wasn't expensive! Amazingly we have had it for more than a year. The masher I can only describe as simple. It is made from stainless steel so I guess this is why he has had difficulty in bending it. The handle is nice and thick giving you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I'd almost given up on potato mashers, preferring to use my hand blender, when a friend suggested this one, and lent me hers to try out. Next time I was in Ikea I bought my own, and have been using it for about six years now. So, what's different about this masher? Well, instead of a grid across the bottom, it has one thick wavy metal piece. As a result, it produces the best mash - silky smooth, but not thin as it is when it's been blended. There are no holes for small lumps to be caught in, and the corners are small enough to reach right to the edge of your pan or bowl. In addition, it is heavy enough to really pound right through your potatoes ... Read the complete review
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