The Inspiralizer Lite Launch + Giveaway

The Inspiralizer Lite is officially on sale! When we first launched, we launched it under the name ‘Inspiralizer Compact’ but based on all of your amazing feedback, we decided that title was misleading and thus, quickly renamed it the Inspiralizer Lite. Sorry for any confusion this caused!

Today is the day! The Inspiralizer Lite is officially on sale and will ship out tomorrow, if an order is placed today. If you pre-ordered the Inspiralizer Lite already in this past week’s pre-sale, yours will ship out today, so except to receive it in 2-3 days. You can also order the Inspiralizer Lite on Amazon.

If you missed last week’s pre-order post, here is what you need to know about the Inspiralizer Lite:

  • When I surveyed many of you last year and asked, “Why don’t you have an Inspiralizer?” and the overwhelming response was, “The $39.95 price point is not within my budget.” We understand that healthy eating can be overwhelming and we were sad to see that people were discouraged from buying the Inspiralizer based on price. We put our heads together and decided to make a few adjustments to the original Inspiralizer (now the Inspiralizer Pro) so that we could lower the price. And no, we didn’t sacrifice quality – we made structural changes that allow us to lower the price from $39.95 to $24.95 (and $19.95 for today only!) Thus, the Inspiralizer Lite is a less expensive version of the Inspiralizer Pro. We want everyone to become part of the Inspiralized family and feel that this was the best way to do it!
  • There are two major differences between the Inspiralizer Pro and the Inspiralizer Lite. The Inspiralizer Lite:
    • comes disassembled, so when you receive it, there will be some assembly required. We have an instructional video on how to do this and printed instructions within the user manual. It’s easy and quick to do!
    • has ONE suction base instead of two. The Inspiralizer Pro has two suction bases on the bottom, providing heavy-duty suction. The Inspiralizer Lite only has one, but it is still fully functional that way. The Inspiralizer Pro just has more power. Consider the metaphor of a car – you can buy a car with more horsepower, but both cars will get you from point A to B, right?

Inspiralizer Pro vs. Inspiralizer Lite

Here’s a helpful chart of the major differences:

Inspiralizer Lite vs. Inspiralizer Pro

And to reiterate, once fully assembled, both the Inspiralizer Lite and the Inspiralizer Pro are the same dimensions.

Don’t be intimidated by ‘some assembly required.’ In fact, here’s a helpful video that shows how easy it is to assemble the Inspiralizer Lite:

Thank you in advance for your order! We can’t wait for you to be part of the Inspiralized family.

The Inspiralizer Lite

The Inspiralizer Giveaway

We are hosting a giveaway of our newest product: the Inspiralizer Lite! Three lucky readers will win an Inspiralizer Lite. To enter to win, use the widget below. This giveaway is open to US addresses only (we only ship to US at this time, sorry for the inconvenience) and it ends Friday at 5pm EST. Check back here on Friday to see if you won (or check your e-mail, that’s how we’ll reach you!) Good luck!

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Comments

  1. OH MY GOSHThe first thing I would make is the best ever chicken zoodle soup-it is AMAZING. But a close second would be some sweet potato 'rice' enchilada bowls; they are a staple in my house!
  2. Zucchini noodles!
  3. I'd made zucchini noodles. Since I'm not on facebook I don't know if you accepted my email as entry in your give away. Hope I win. Edith
  4. Zucchini noodles and shrimp
  5. some squash and zucchini noodles for a salad
  6. greek cucumber salad!
  7. Anything with zucchini noodles!!! YUM!!!
  8. I have a whole bunch of fresh cucumbers - gonna spiralize those and toss them in sesame oil and roasted cashews!
  9. Maybe spiralize some zucchini.
  10. I would make spiralized sweet potato nests~
  11. Definitely zucchini noodles (my weeknight favorite) BUT really want to try the butternut squash ravioli for be fall!
  12. Zucchini Alfredo pasta and see potato fries
  13. The Thai salad with jicama!
  14. laura rubenstein :
    I would make fried zucchini spirals
  15. Would love to win!!
  16. The first thing I'd make is homemade pasta sauce served over zucchini noodles.
  17. How exciting!
  18. This is so awesome!!! So glad you decided to make one that is a little cheaper!!! I really really want one!!
  19. I would make zoodles first with marinara sauce and grated parmesan cheese.
  20. I'd make zoodles!
  21. Zoodles with pesto
  22. Christopher Mason :
    SPaghetti squash.
  23. Thai peanut cucumber salad.
  24. I would make the sweet potato, kale and white bean bake!!! My favorite 💜
  25. I would make squash noodles.
  26. I would make a stir fry with lots and lots of veggies!
  27. I would like to make zucchini noodles for a pad thai!
  28. I would make potato everything bagels!!
  29. Zucchini noodles shrimp scampi
  30. Goat cheese, pine nut, and apple salad with poppyseed dressing!
  31. Cucumbers for a fun twist on a Greek salad!
  32. I would make zoodles with asian sesame dressing
  33. Sweet Potato Carbonara!
  34. Zoodles, of course :)
  35. Probably an apple coleslaw, me and my daughter adore different coleslaws.x
  36. Zucchini noodles!!!
  37. I would make zucchini pasta with a sweet potato sauce.
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  41. I ordered the Inspiralizer Lite and received it a few days ago. Love the design, much better features than the Paderno spiralizer I purchased from Williams Sonoma..but I did have one problem with the assembly. I followed the steps on your video, along with the instructions that came in the box. When it came to assembling the handle, it seems it won't snap all the way together. I can't figure out why, and it doesn't really effect the usage of this machine but it seems like I did something wrong..ideas?

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