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Housewares | hfnew | product roundup | Nov

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  • The new Tower Slicer and Wedger from Progressive International helps prepare everyday foods quickly without a knife. It comes with two v-shaped blades?for wedges or slices. Oranges, potatoes, even eggs can be cut with the Tower Slicer and Wedger.
    The new Tower Slicer and Wedger from Progressive International helps prepare everyday foods quickly without a knife. It comes with two v-shaped blades?for wedges or slices. Oranges, potatoes, even eggs can be cut with the Tower Slicer and Wedger.
  • Pacific Cornetta is getting soft with its new travel mug line called Sof-t. A pliable plastic cover gives the mug a comfortable feel, perfect for on-the-go drinking. The cover can also be customized with embossed and debossed logos and patterns. The mug is made of stainless steel.
    Pacific Cornetta is getting soft with its new travel mug line called Sof-t. A pliable plastic cover gives the mug a comfortable feel, perfect for on-the-go drinking. The cover can also be customized with embossed and debossed logos and patterns. The mug is made of stainless steel.
  • The Delray Beach, Fla.-based CSB Commodities has introduced The Zipit, the world?s only battery-operated clamshell package opener. The product is designed to easily open clamshell packages for such items as toys, consumer electronics, computer peripherals, cosmetic packages and office supplies. The product, which has a suggested retail price of $19.95, also has a protective cover.
    The Delray Beach, Fla.-based CSB Commodities has introduced The Zipit, the world?s only battery-operated clamshell package opener. The product is designed to easily open clamshell packages for such items as toys, consumer electronics, computer peripherals, cosmetic packages and office supplies. The product, which has a suggested retail price of $19.95, also has a protective cover.
  • Known for its professional cutlery since 1818, Dexter-Russell has now crossed over to the consumer side. With its new DuoGlide knives, consumers can now use the same, made-in-the-U.S. knives chefs have used for years. In addition, the DuoGlide knives are ideal for those who suffer from arthritis, and the line has an ease-of-use commendation from the Arthritis Foundation.
    Known for its professional cutlery since 1818, Dexter-Russell has now crossed over to the consumer side. With its new DuoGlide knives, consumers can now use the same, made-in-the-U.S. knives chefs have used for years. In addition, the DuoGlide knives are ideal for those who suffer from arthritis, and the line has an ease-of-use commendation from the Arthritis Foundation.