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Friday, November 29, 2013

Smart Touch Can Opener Giveaway

Do you use a can opener much? Here's a chance to speed up the process with an automatic can opener. Giveaway ends on lucky Friday the 13th. Good luck.
Enter to win the Smart Touch Can Opener Giveaway. Ends 12/13.

Sponsored by: Viatek
Hosted by: Elitemama

Smart Touch is the easiest way to open a can, bottle and jar without any mess. Just place on the can, touch the button and away it goes! Manual can openers require twisting and turning, and are almost impossible for people with arthritis and joint pain. With the Smart Touch, twist off even the toughest bottle caps effortlessly, plus unique hand design gives you all the leverage you'll need. 
Smart Touch opens cans of all sizes and shapes without leaving sharp edges like ordinary can openers. The uniquely designed blade clamps down on the lid from the side, leaving behind a smooth, dull surface. And with its strong magnetic contact point, the lid never falls into the can. 

Smart Touch fits easily in any drawer, saving counter space. Plus it's easy to clean with its detachable, dishwasher safe blade. 

Check out Elitemama's Review on the Smart Touch can opener.

Giveaway time!

One lucky reader will win a Smart Touch Automatic Can Opener. This giveaway is open to US residents who are 18 years or older. Giveaway begins 11/29 and ends 12/13 at 11:00 pm. Enter the GiveawayTools form below for your chance to win!

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Disclaimer: Java John Z's was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact Maryam from Elitemama with questions about this giveaway or for help organizing one for your brand

30 comments:

  1. One of those cheap manual can openers.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  2. An old manual one from my grandmother.

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  3. I'm using a manual one that hardly opens the can. I have to keep clamping down making small cuts all the way around the can and then prying it open with a butter knife. It's quite dangerous, lol.

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  4. I am using a manual can opener that actually works quite well if you run it counter-clockwise.

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  5. Currently I am using the most basic manual can opener that they make.

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  6. We've got an old Hamilton Beech mounted under the cabinet. It's not great.

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  7. It's a Hamilton Beach tall can opener so I can get cans of sauce or coffee cans open.

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  8. i use the manual one as it does take a lot of my time because i have to force the handle on the can to open up. i dont like the one i am using.

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  9. I use a manual one. The electric opener I had quit working.

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  10. We are using a regular electric can opener, but we do have a manual one for back up in case the power goes out. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

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  11. I am using a manual can opener.

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  12. I have a manual one right now.

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  13. Farberware hand one. I just had to replace an old one that quit working. Who knew that can openers broke?!

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  14. I use a manual can opener.
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  15. A regular hand manual one, but I have carpal tunnel so I have to ask my husband or son to open things for me. kekagel(at)yahoo.com

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  16. It's an old fashioned hand me down version! Thanks so much for the chances to upgrade!
    Allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  17. Regular ole can opener with red handles.

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  18. We are using a manual can opener because our electric one died.

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  19. I'm using a very junky manual can opener, it's so frustrating trying to open anything!

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  20. I have one that sits on the countertop - don't have room for it and it tips over a lot.

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  21. I am using a can opener that I inherited and it is a bit temperamental and it does not work right sometimes and I have to turn it one turn and then reattach to do the next turn. Would be nice to win

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