- Dimensiones del producto: 6,2 x 6,2 x 15,6 cm ; 281 g
- Número de modelo del producto: PP04-OM103
- ASIN: B0052EX58S
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 10 de mayo de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.100.414 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)
Prepara PP04-OM103CDU - Pulverizador de cristal para aceite y vinagre
- Prepara Oil Mister, ALL COLORS NEW & IMPROVED!
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Prepara's oil mister provides a thin, even mist with every use: Healthy and economical;BPA free; easy to fill glass reservoir; 3.4 oz/100ml capacity;Environmentally responsible alternative to disposable aerosol cans - No CFCs or volatile chemical propellants- Just the right amount of air pressure!;Built-in, better than ever, patented clog free filter allows you to create flavored, infused oils with herbs and spices;Beautiful styling lets the mister move effortlessly from kitchen prep areas to tabletop display, mister measures 6-inch tall and is top rack dishwasher safe
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Every time I use this mister at my mom's, I consider swiping it back and switching it for mine, but I don't have the heart. I'll just wait till my Norpro wears out and then replace it with this model. To me, the lack of chemicals and the ability to choose my own type and quality of oil more than makes up for any nominal difference people find in the performance of this mister over spray cans.
UPDATE 11/9/12: We did find one design flaw with this mister. PICK IT UP BY THE BASE. The top part with the sprayer and pumping action makes up most of the unit, and if you grab it around the middle, you're still only holding onto the top part--which has no way to snap or lock onto the heavier glass base. Apparently dad picked it up by the middle (which is where you would naturally pick up a bottle of any kind), and the base slid right out and shattered on the floor. Of course the two parts have to be free of each other to allow the pumping aciton, but maybe they can improve newer models with a twist-to-lock feature so it stays together unless you're actually pumping it (like on pump bottles of hand soap). Still the best mister I've tried, and now that we know we'll just be careful to pick the new one up by the bottom. It lasted well over a year with no complaints about quality or performance, and I would still recommend it with this small word of caution about handling.
UPDATE April, 2016: We did replace my parent's broken Prepara Mister, and that unit is still working and looking like new in mid-2016. I still prefer it to my Norpro, that looks rather cheap and cloudy now--although it does still work, but with a lot of rinsing and declogging. This is still the best non-aerosol oil sprayer I've found, and I still recommend it to those looking for ways to make small, healthy changes in their daily lifestyle.
This is such a nifty device, even my husband loves it. Because it creates a fine mist, the coating on veggies and meats is light and doesn't waste oil. If you want the oil to stream a little rather that mist, don't pump it up as much.
Now I can abandon those cans of aerosol spray oil that leave ugly spots on my nice pans. I'm so glad I found this cute little mister.
The only room for improvement I found was: I wish the oil vessel was larger as to hold more oil, and I wish the top white plastic part was made from stainless steel.
EDIT: I now have one of these in white, green, and red. I haved color coded the oils to the bottles, so now I can spray olive, canola, sunflower, or which ever oil without swapping out the oil in the bottle or mixing up the bottle. These are pretty enough to leave on the counter, and the colors adds visual interest to the grouping.
When I have guests, they complain about how their Misto is worthless and doesn't work very well. I then proceed showing off my lovely Prepara. It does clog every once in a while, usually if I haven't used it in a while. Twisting the top after each use to release the pressure helps a lot.