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Whether you’re putting together a huge lobster feast or just brightening up a fresh salad, a little bit of citrus is always a welcome addition. But with the cutting and the squeezing—not to mention navigating pulp and seeds—things can get a little messy. Quirky’s Stem aims to fix all that. With this simple invention, you don’t need a knife, juicer, or even a firm grip to add an even spritz of citrus to dishes.
it works awesome!! use it all the time. I was surprised how well it worked, it covers all the product very well5
what a simple and easy to use product! at first you think, 'no way this is going to work' - but sure enough, a perfect mist every time.
still works after repeated uses also!
I love this spritzer! It's great for spritzing fish and you don't have to worry about the seeds getting in your food. I also use it on my salads for a low calorie dressing instead of dressing.5
This is the neatest gadget I have seen. It works just like it says, you get a nice spray of citrus and no seeds. My friends were amazed.5
Great for salads. I suggest rolling the fruit on the counter first to "get the juices flowing". I recommend these to everyone I know.5
Absolutely love this product!! bought for my mother as a stocking stuffer. Useful product as well as original! Works great!5
I gave this to my mother as a gift. She loves it!! She was so excited to be able to spritz items without having to make a mess!5
Works like it says it should. Great for cooking and adding a little citrus to cocktails (perfect for G&T). Only downfall is having to bore more holes into the fruit in question to hit a juice vein. I almost felt bad for those poor, mangled lemons.4
Havent had the best of luck using this thing. Kinda hit or miss. Cleans up easily but it just seems ot works great one time and then I put a new lemon on and it barely works. I will continue to use product.3
I am not especially thrilled with this. I had a hard time getting it to work right. It is good in theory, and I will continue to try to use it where possible. Right now, it is easier for me to just use a knife.3