Opinel T-Duo Wood Peeler
Opinel T-Duo Wood Peeler
Opinel T-Duo Wood Peeler

Opinel T-Duo Wood Peeler

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The T-Duo peeler is a kitchen essential! The stainless steel double blade peels vegetables with thick or thin skins and lets you prepare delicious julienne vegetables. Its beechwood handle gives it a unique look and feel, and helps you hold it safely and comfortably.

Suitable for both left- and right-handers, no vegetable can resist the T-Duo peeler: it copes with courgettes, aubergines, tomatoes and even butternut squash.

Easy to handle, it features a scoop for removing the eyes from potatoes.


  • Stainless steel blade
  • Beechwood handle
  • Designed and made in France
  • Lifetime warranty

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      Originated as a ‘working man’s knife’, now a unique and timeless household object passed through generation to generation.

      Invented by Joseph Opinel in 1890, a then budding photographer based in the Savoie region of France with a passion for new machines and innovative technologies.

      The Opinel knife was created for its simplicity, robustness and functionality.  Over 130 years later, this distinctive wooden-handle knife has a range of accessories and blades available to suit your lifestyle, whether that's kitchen use, outdoor foresting or extreme adventures.

      The beech wood handle is a tribute to the pocket knife's traditional design. Used as a paring knife, a serrated knife, a peeler and a vegetable knife.  

      If your use is for extreme terrain and weather conditions, there is also a polymer handle to guarantee good resistance to water and very high temperatures.

      The Opinel knife is a design icon, remaining unchanged for over a century. Opinel was recognised by the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1985 as one of the 100 best designed items in the world.

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