Ozeri Salad Spinner review

Ozeri Freshspin Salad Spinner Product Review and Giveaway!

Ozeri Salad Spinner
I’m a salad lover – it’s true. But I’m very picky. I like the thick leafy greens instead of iceberg. The problem I’ve had is some of those leafy greens are not only hard to clean but to get dry for my salad. After I float the spinach to remove any sand/dirt, I’ve always had a problem making sure it was dry enough to serve. I’ve always secretly wanted a salad spinner. It’s one of those tools that I could use to prepare meals and it would just make life easier. I did pick up a very cheap one at a store, but it didn’t have any of the frills I wanted. But it spun off some of the extra water, so it worked for the time being.

ozeri salad spinner

Ozeri sent me one of their Freshspin Salad Spinner and Serving bowls to review, so of course I had to make a giant salad. I gathered up my favorite ingredients, plus baby spinach and got ready to make us a salad to go with our dinner.

The Freshspin has a removable colander for your greens or whatever you are washing. You can easily rinse your veggies then set them inside the large bowl. The bottom of the bowl has a point that the colander sits on to balance. The colander is secured in place when the lid is placed on the unit. It’s really easy to assemble and quick to use.

ozeri salad spinner

The top of the unit has a few of my favorite features. The large green handle is not only ergonomic, but you and have to press it 2-3 times to get the colander to it’s maximum spinning speed. When the handle is not in use can use the small switch to lock it down and in place. This makes the whole unit easy to store and use. My favorite feature is the button at the front of the unit – a brake. The other spinner, I had previously, did not have this feature and you had to wait for it to stop spinning to get your greens out. On the Freshspin you just push the brake and it will stop the spinning.

The Freshspin only has three parts that easily go together: The lid with the handle and brake, the colander and the serving bowl. The base serving bowl can be used as part of the unit or as a stand alone bowl for entertaining. It also features a no-slip base, so while you’re spinning it wont fall off your counter. The unit features a colander that holds 4 L of vegetables and the serving bowl serves up to 5.2 L. Just think of the size of the salads you can make!

How well does it work? Not only was I pleased with the ease of use, assembly and functionality – my spinach came out dry and ready to eat. I was extremely happy with the spinning mechanism as a whole, it spins fast enough to do the job and does so quietly. You wont hear it through the whole house. It is a fantastic addition to the kitchen tools we use all the time. And it squashes any excuses we may have had in the past to make salads.

Ozeri is the first sponsor of the 99 Days of Christmas Countdown and wants one of my readers to win a Freshspin of their own! Make sure you read how to enter below!

How can you win?
Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me what your favorite salad toppings are! If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked below!

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70 thoughts on “Ozeri Freshspin Salad Spinner Product Review and Giveaway!

  1. I love salmon on a salad along with some blueberries,bleu cheese and and almonds,romaine/spring lettuce mix.I love salad.

  2. I have to have cheese, carrot shavings, wheat thins (or croutons or crackers of some sort!), a meat.. even if it is just bacon bits and of course salad dressing

  3. Oh myy if I could get every veggie on there I would…lol. I like black olives, carrots, celery, xtr onion, bacon bits, cheese and if it is a meal for supper w/chicken I like apples, grapes or mandarin oranges in place of the dressing.

  4. So depends on the type of salad I’m having….but I LOVE putting cottage cheese in my salad w/a catalina or french dressing. Also adding cranberries and walnuts to other salads.

  5. I like romaine lettuce, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and ranch dressing. I don’t like iceberg lettuce either

  6. I love a good cobb salad. It sort of has a bit of everything good about salads. Throw on a some ranch and it’s a great lunch. 🙂

  7. Ham, cheese, sunflower seeds, black olives, carrots, tomato, cucumber, croutons, onions and bleu cheese dressing!

  8. Salad has to have cheese, ranch or thousand island (preferably 1000 island), tomatoes, and meat. I love a BBQ salad or even just tossing lunch meat on my salad.

  9. I love peas on my salad…strange I know but it’s so yummy! (Cukes, tomatoes, green pepper, onion, cheese)

  10. Yup! This would be great all year long– we love spinach salads,with red onions,and mandrines, strawberries, and grapes.

  11. On our salads we like lots of veggies, we dice up either red, orange or yellow bell peppers, celery, carrots, cucumbers, vidalia onions, tomato’s, to that I add a little lemon pepper, let that marinate for a bit. Then add the greens, toss well, then put on plate, add usually Ranch Dressing on top of that we always sprinkle lavishly shredded cheddar cheese!! YUM YUM!!!

  12. I’m not very elaborate with my toppings and I really love shredded Italian Cheeses, croutons and Ceasar dressing 🙂

  13. With pesticides used today and all the handling and shipping, I can not imagine anyone not washing their veggies. It makes perfect sense and having a spinner is a MUST have in the kitchen. This brand looks well made and your review is great. I would love to win one of these, thank you for offering a giveawy on something so useful.

  14. I like lots of fresh veggies on top of my salad; julienned carrots, sliced mushrooms, chopped celery, tomatoes etc.

  15. I like red cabbage and croutons in my salad and sweet onion sauce! Maybe some shredded cheese and also chicken or some kind of meat.

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