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Three Decades of Better

In our quest to make the everyday better, we’ve developed, tested and refined thousands of products. Here are some highlights:

Swivel Peeler

est. 1998

Our founder Sam Farber designed the first OXO peeler for a pair of hands he loved more than his own. Sam and his wife Betsey were cooking together when Betsey’s mild arthritis made using old-fashioned metal peeler a struggle. They knew there had to be a better way.

They created the now-iconic OXO handle—with its eye-catching form and signature non-slip grip—and paired it with a sharp stainless steel blade. Our peeler shattered the norm, and changed the way we prepare meals—and think of household tools—forever.

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Salad Spinner

est. 1998

Before we introduced our Salad Spinner, these products used a crank or pull-tab, which were tough to start, cumbersome to operate and made it difficult to dry greens thoroughly. With a patented design inspired by a child’s toy top, our easy-to-use Salad Spinner transformed the tool into an everyday kitchen essential.

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Angled Measuring Cup

est. 2001

With a patented, angled interior ramp designed to let you see measurement markings from above, our Angled Measuring Cup revolutionized liquid measuring by eliminating the need to bend, lift or otherwise maneuver your body to check for accuracy. Contains markings for cups, ounces, and milliliters.

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Balloon Whisk

est. 1998

A Wirecutter pick for “Best Whisk,” our Balloon Whisk pairs springy polished stainless steel wires with a soft, comfortable bulb-shaped handle for an all-purpose design made for fatigue-free whipping and mixing. “This lightweight, versatile whisk makes quick work of any whipping task, and its unique handle is easy to grip even through long bouts of vigorous stirring.”

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12-In Tongs

est. 2009

Test kitchen editors and home cooks alike love our bestselling tongs beause they provide the dexterity they need for flipping, turning, grabbing and transferring foods anywhere from the stovetop to the grill. Durable stainless steel construction, scalloped edges and soft, non-slip touchpoints bring confidence and comfort to every cooking task.

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POP Containers

est. 2007

At OXO, we never settle, so even our most iconic products like OXO POP Containers — found in millions of homes, restaurants, and classrooms worldwide — are subject to reinvention. We found inspiration for the 2018 POP lid redesign from the Herman Miller Setu Chair, which owes its flexibility to an internal compliant mechanism: a single flexible part that performs the same action typically required by many pieces or parts. Spacecrafts, micro machines, surgical devices and even toys use complaint mechanisms. By incorporating a compliant mechanism (rather than many individual pieces) within the lid, we kept our patented push-button airtight seal, but create a streamlined look with new shapes, sizes and even handy accessories. The result? Endless possibilities for next-level organization.

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Soap Dispensing Palm Brush

est. 2014

We engineered our Soap Dispensing Palm Brush to dispense just the right amount of dish soap with a light push of the built-in button. Shaped to nestle comfortably in palms, the Palm Brush helps you harness your cleaning power while streamlining your sink — since soap stores inside the handle. The reusable design and easy-to-replace brush heads make this scrubber one you’ll reach for again and again.

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