Savisto Electronic Salt and Pepper Mills: a review
21st September 2016
I’m a bit of a sucker when it comes to kitchen gadgets. I can never resist something that should make my life (and my cooking) that little bit easier. From an olive de-stoner to a yoghurt maker, I’ve accumulated a lot of weird and wonderful gadgets during my time. Here are my thoughts on the Savisto Electronic Salt and Pepper Mills.
I saw it as fate when new homeware and kitchen accessories company Savisto were looking for bloggers to check out their products. My electronic salt and pepper mills had recently stopped working. Lo and behold, Savisto had a very stylish pair of electronic grinders.
The grinders arrived well-protected yet without loads of waste paper and packaging (which really annoys me). The instructions were easy to follow. Fill up the mills with salt and pepper and pop in four AA batteries to each grinder. Next, connect them back up.
Easy to connect
The arrows where the two parts connect back together make it easy to identify where to line them up. It is a very simple job to get them up and running.
Once connected they worked a treat. They grind black peppercorns and course sea salt very quickly and easily. The light at the bottom of each unit are really handy. They allows you to track where you have added salt and pepper to your dish.
Stylish and affordable
I chose the silver pair. In addition, you can choose from black or red. They make a stylish addition to my kitchen and are easy to keep clean with a quick wipe over.
What I’ve noticed is that unlike my previous set of grinders they don’t drop tiny particles of salt and pepper over my kitchen work surface.
At £14.99 and with a two-year guarantee and free delivery, the Savisto Electronic Salt and Pepper Mills are a bargain.
Do you love kitchen gadgets? What are your favourites?
Thank you to Savisto www.savisto.com for sending the salt and pepper grinders free of charge for the purpose of this review. As always the views expressed in my blog are honest and my own, and are not affected by the provision of free products.