Our Spiralizer Reviews

Here’s our roundup of Spiralizers we’ve tried and tested here at Spiralizing.com

Lurch Spiralo Vegetable Spiralizer

Lurch Spiralo Vegetable SpiralizerAnother very solid choice, an ace vertical-hold spiralizer! Made by Lurch (a German brand that manufactures its spiralizers in China), this model takes the best bits from vertical and horizontal orientation spiralizers and combines them in one very nice and attractive package. Being a vertical spiralizer it’s a joy to use and easy to apply plenty of pressure... Read More »

Lurch Attila Hildmann Vegetable Spiralizer

Lurch Attila Hildmann Vegetable SpiralizerAdaptation of a classic design by a renowned brand makes for a good choice of spiralizer! This horizontal orientation spiralizer was designed in collaboration with vegan chef Attila Hildamann and is an adaptation of Lurch’s classic model. This spiralizer is slightly smaller than others of its type making it a bit easier to store away when... Read More »

Lurch Spirali Vegetable Spiralizer

Lurch Spirali Vegetable SpiralizerA solid, basic spiralizer with retro charm – a good all rounder for beginners and veterans alike. This is Lurch’s basic spiralizer offering, that being said it is by no means a pushover compared to it’s more advanced rivals. It’s slightly bigger and had more of an old-school look than the Attila Hildmann special edition, it does... Read More »

Benriner Cook’s Help Vegetable Slicer Spiralizer

Benriner Cook’s Help Vegetable Slicer SpiralizerMade in Japan – this, for us at Spiralizing.com, is the definitive spiralizer! Made by the leading brand Benriner this is a vertical orientation spiralizer – this makes it easy to apply the perfect amount of pressure to make sure even the hardest vegetables are sliced in long even strips. Slightly smaller than our other... Read More »

Kitchen Joint Veggie Spiral Slicer Spiralizer

Kitchen Joint Veggie Spiral Slicer SpiralizerSmall and portable but not a lot of fun. This is the only handheld spiralizer we tested coming in just smaller in size than a tin of chopped tomatoes. Initially we were very excited at the idea of a fully portable spiralizer we could take with us anywhere – unfortunately this excitement didn’t last long. This model... Read More »