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Like other famous pairings throughout history—Antony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, Laverne and Shirley—salt and pepper just go together. Why not make it official? This slick gadget combines your kitchen’s two must-have seasonings while taking up less space.
This is super cute and I like the color, I got the green one. The only issue I have had is the salt sometimes gets caught in the grinders, but it is super easy to fix which is nice. I like being able to fix issues like that without having to get out the tool box!4
Small, compact, and easy to use. The color is great too. I especially love that it contains both salt and pepper!4
Bought two of these as gifts both my daughter and future daughter-in-law love them, they work great and don't take up a lot of counter space4
Same quality as my Bodum french press -- got the white and it seems to resist staining, which is good. A bit smaller than I imagined.4
My boyfriend and I bought this for the kitchen. The feel of the green is really nice. It's a non-slip gripping plastic and bumps help too. We actually put salt in both sides since we have a pepper grinder, however we love the pop of color it gives on the spice rack.4
This is very handy because it is all in one, but sometimes I hate it because I twist it the wrong way. But the cuteness is worth it :)4
I really dig this pepper and salt grinder.. it works very well! I guess it is disposable but the price reflects that possibility! Bodum is a brand that I have used with coffee products for years, and it is cool to see experience different products.4
Bought this and am so pleased with its efficiency ,as well as its modern look.4
The most annoying thing about this product is the fact that my husband complains about it every time he uses it. I'm not as bothered by it. His main complaint is that some salt comes out with the pepper. It does, however I compensate by peppering first, then salting but using slightly less than I normally would. Sea salt works better than Kosher salt in this grinder in my experience.3
I thought this was a pretty cool kitchen gadget, so I ordered it. It's a really neat idea, but I feel like it doesn't work as well as I really expected. Not much salt or pepper comes out when turning the top, so it takes awhile to get as much as you need.3