Progressive Salad Spinner

Picture 175A salad spinner is a must have item in my kitchen because how else am I suppose to make my delicious salads. I picked this Progressive salad spinner up at Marshalls for about $9.99. Cheap and has lasted me a while. The basket is removable so I like to wash everything in the basket, strained the water, chop up my veggies, toss my salad and whisk my salad dry with a couple of presses on the spin device. I love how big the basket is so I can make a large serving of salad to store for later too. You salad will last longer in the fridge if you it is dry. I usually make a gigantic salad and either eat it as a main component of my meal with added protein or as small side to a pasta or sandwich. Sometimes, when my fridge is empty, I can store the whole thing in the fridge too.

The spinner is relatively easy to use. You press on the top handle and the basket within spins, creating a circular motion that whisks the water out and it collects in the outer plastic bowl. There is a lock mechanism that locks the top handle in place for easier storage and a simple “stop” button that creates friction and stops the spinner from spinning. Once you invest in a salad spinner, you will never look back. No more soggy wet salads at home. Make you salad eating more enjoyable with simple gadgets like a salad spinner.

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Retails: $9.99 @ Marshalls
My Cost: $9.99

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14 responses to “Progressive Salad Spinner

  1. balancejoyanddelicias

    I have a salad spinner and love it! It’s so convenient and I use it for everything! :)

  2. Salad Spinners rock!! Thanks for entering my giveaway!!!!!!

  3. I have a similar one made by OXO. It is my favorite kitchen gadget! I buy romaine hearts in bulk, chop them, clean and spin them and store them in large zip bags. So convenient!

  4. this is a really cute spinner…I have one by Tupperware and LOVE it. My kids beg to do the “spinning”…it’s certainly a GREAT invention

  5. I always wondered if a salad spinner was worth it! Now I know that it is! Thanks for sharing!

  6. marshalls is so great for stuff like this!

  7. I agree that salad spinners are so handy! That one is an awesome deal too :)

    Oooh, a F21 giveaway??? Haha, I was just eyeing a sweater from there too. Thanks for the links!

  8. oh wow – this is a great product! I’ve actually never heard of a salad spinner before.. yes, I live under a rock.

  9. Ohh yes, I love my salad spinner as well–although mine was a wee bit cheaper. I got it at a thrift store still in the box for 0.75 :-)

  10. I need a salad spinner so badly–for someone who eats as many greens as I do, it’s kind of essential! Thanks for the info:)

  11. Haha this review was so funny and well written! I love going to Marshalls for kitchenware. I got an awesome ice cream scooper to replace my broken one for like $5.

    I’ve always wondered if I should get a salad spinner but I always buy those bags of salad that are prewashed so I don’t think I’d have much of a use for it.

  12. That looks just like the OXO one we purchased a few years ago – it’s awesome :)
    I love the orange parts!

  13. I LOVE salads!!!

    I’ve always wondered what a salad spinner could do for me and now I know.

    Thanks for the review.

  14. Great review! My salad spinner is on loan w/ my dad and I miss it. Can you finaggle a VitaMix for me please? My blender sucks.

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