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Does It Really Work: One Touch

The maker of the One Touch automatic can opener claims you just place it on a can and press the button. No tedious hand cranking required. It's ideal for the elderly, arthritis sufferers, kids and people with limited dexterity. But Kurt Aaron wants to know, does it really work?

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  • Jack Nguyen

    My Review on One Touch: Tired of hand cranking to open a (soup) can? The One Touch automatic can opener is said that you just place it on a can and press the button. No tedious hand cranking required. It’s ideal for the elderly, arthritis sufferers, kids and people with limited dexterity. In reality, can it open a can easily, or fail miserably?

    Pros: Easy to use, quicker than hand cranking, works on all sizes of can.

    Cons: Takes some time getting used to when first using it.

    Final Verdict: In conclusion, I would have to go with the first answer to the question. The one problem was taking some time to get used to, but that is the only issue with One Touch. On the other hand, it is easier and faster than hand cranking open the can. It even popped open a soda can, which does not even need hand cranking.

    Score: 8/10

    After Word: Nice one!

    Final Grade: A-

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