|Base Material: Plastic||Handle Material: Plastic|
|Operation: Manual||Food Compatibility: Fruit|
|Item Type: Handheld||Product Care: No washing in a dishwasher, as the detergents and additives, and the temperatures reached during the washing cycle may damage the surface finish of the product. Do not use powder detergents, liquids or pastes containing abrasive substances.|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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Beautiful and practical
Vera from morristown, NJ– Verified Buyer
This guy became my most used tool in the kitchen and I am sure Florida orange growers love me for that! It is a beautiful addition to any kitchen, looks awesome on a shelf, and is very easy to use. I use 1-3 times daily to make fresh orange juice. Love it!
Reversible Hat Citrus Squeezer
Kina from San Diego, CA– Verified Buyer– Top 100 Reviewer
The inside of a traditional bamboo hat becomes a citrus squeezer. Quite an original idea that will keep your friends talking.
Barbara from North Bay Village, FL– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
I keep this cute juicer front and center on my kitchen table. Love it!
Fun and Functional!
Josh from United States
Not only does this make me smile whenever I use it, but it also works really well as a juicer for orange juice or for recipes that need fresh citrus juice. Great conversation starter as well if companys over while youre cooking. Very fun!
Cheers for the Mandarin Juicer
Sally B. from NJ– Verified Buyer
Perfect for juicing my grapefruits and so practical to be able to drink directly from it!
About the Designer
Stefano Giovannoni Italy (1954 - )
Born in La Spezia in 1954, Stefano as an architect and designer was taught by Buti at Florence University. In the early 80Æs he founded the King-Kong Production Group along with Guido Venturini. His explosive talent enables him to embody a complex system of 'affective codes' in his projects. This great approach won him the title of 'Super and Popular' designer in the 90Æs. A technical designer par excellence, he has industrial design in his DNA and the capacity to understand public sentiment like no other designer. His projects began with the "Girotondo" (1989 designed with Guido Venturini) and the first transparent objects in plastic from the "Family Follows Fiction" series (1993). There is a huge number of his items in the "Officina Alessi", "Alessi" and "A di Alessi" catalogues.
OUR SKU # AAS1408A di Alessi Mandarin Citrus Squeezer is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: ASG31 AZ, ASG31 I, ASG31 O, ASG31 Y