Happy Labor Day from Inspiralized

The Inspiralizer

Happy Labor Day!

Now, as DJ Kool would say…. if you got a job, MAKE SOME NOISE!

In celebration of Labor Day, if you didn’t know already, we’re having a 20% off sale on the Inspiralizer. Today’s the last day to take advantage (sale ends tonight at midnight). No coupon code needed – everything’s applied at checkout.

Travel safe, celebrate proudly, and remember: good things come to those who hustle.

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4 comments

Ronda Yandle says:
Hi there, I have a problem. I purchased an Inspiralizer from you quite awhile back. I had a Paderno before that and continued to use it until recently when my son and daughter in law started acting interested in a healthier diet, and grew zucchini in their garden. I gave them my Paderno and finally took the Inspiralizer out of the box to use for the first time. It took a little effort too get the blade rotated into position from the blank safety position, but I finally got it, and it worked great! I washed it and let it dry, and before putting it away for storage, I tried to rotate it back to the blank position so no one would get injured from the sharp blades. But I cannot for the life of me get it to rotate at all again, in any direction. Do you have any suggestions that might help? Thank you so much, Ronda
Kate says:
I had the same problem. I contacted the website, and they advised me to put a drop of olive oil or other cooking oil on the knob, as close to the hole it goes into. My spiralizer's knob would pull out, but would not turn. I was able to get a drop of oil on the inside where it turns. I waited a few minutes and voila! It worked! Hope this helps.
Ronda Yandle says:
Awesome, thank you so much!! It works great now!! :o)
Cassie says:
Really wishing I had a spiralizer myself! I've always wanted to purchase yours! :D

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