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Biccylova | 14:45 Tue 11th Jun 2019 | Home & Garden
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what is a good make please? I have arthritic finger joints and find none of our openers any use to me, not just that OH has tried to open a Fray Bentos pie and broke two openers in the attempt, have they always been that hard to open?

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I have a pifco touch free it's so easy ,you just put it on the top of tin, press the buttons on the side and off it goes
14:47 Tue 11th Jun 2019
I have a pifco touch free it's so easy ,you just put it on the top of tin, press the buttons on the side and off it goes
it's battery and I haven't had to change them yet x^^^^
This is a known brand, good reviews.

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This also for a different style option (Not on counter top)

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https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8355922

This is similar to Mally's
if you go on you tube you can see similar ones in action
Ps Fray Bentos are the very devil to open. Hammer and chisel may be the best option :-))
I use an ordinary opener on corn beef .open the top, open the bottom and push the small end in until the beef comes out the other end ,I can't use the given keys without getting cut x
For Fray Bentos I found a pair of pliers worked best.
Same here Mally, putting the tin in the fridge for an hour or so before opening makes it much easier to get out
yes Margo and it cuts better xx
into slices lol x^^^^
I feel a corned beef hash coming on - lovely jubbly
I've just googled mobility shops and they sell hands free openers just be careful as some are pricey x
what time shall I pop round Margo lol x
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thanks everyone, new Pifco touch free coming up. But I think I will guide OH past the Fray Bentos in future.
About 7 tomorrow Mally
lovely :-) xx
When opening a fray bentos tin hold it up underneath to keep it level you should.t have a problem if you do this

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