The Negg

Hard-Boiled Egg Peeler Case of 12

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Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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Not good buy

8/11/2018 by Shirley Thomas

Too many steps to use. Can more easily just crack and peel manually. If the egg has a thick membrane, this item does nothing to help it to easily peel.


No Success

7/25/2018 by Sharon

This was such a cool idea but I tried it many times without success. I tired shaking gently, vigorously etc.. It took me a while to try it out or I would have returned it. I think it depends on the age of the eggs and such- and under those circumstance hand pealing would be just as easy.


Waste of $

7/3/2018 by Deborah

Either I have to completely remove the shell or the egg comes apart. So disappointed and I bought two, one as a gift.


Waste of money

6/16/2018 by Peggy

I've tried this twice on a dozen eggs. Only ONE peeled correctly.
Plan to return


Not worth it

6/2/2018 by Kate

This is more work than just rolling the egg back and forth across the countertop until the shell starts to fall off. A joke.


Is not as magical as it appears

5/16/2018 by Evelyn

My eggs still peel off in chunks. This does not work for me.


Sorry not working as advertised

5/15/2018 by Dan

We tried everything and just not working as advertised.



5/15/2018 by Michele

Too much work and the lid is so difficult to remove after shaking the egg around. Faster to use your hands!


Egg Shaker

5/15/2018 by Joan

I reviewed this shortly after I purchased it. This is quite useless since I can peel the eggs much faster and more neatly doing it my way. This makes it more work than necessary.


not good

5/15/2018 by john

A lot of trouble for a couple of eggs

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The NEGG® Story

The Negg | Hardboiled Egg Peeler

Eggcellent Peeler

Peel an egg without pulling your hair out.

Cold water and some shaking is all it takes for this hardboiled egg peeler to work. It’s a Made in the USA kitchen hero that conquers a dreaded chore sleekly.

Maker Bonnie Tyler signed up to bring deviled eggs to a party and—after a failed attempt at peeling—showed up with a bag of potato chips instead. After some prototyping and research at her local library, she cracked a solution.

Bonnie combined the elements of industrial peeling (i.e., vibration, movement, and water) to create something small, portable, and easy to use at home. That’s how The
Negg was hatched. She even managed to get it manufactured in Connecticut, her own backyard.

Now you can de-shell your eggs with just cold water and a little bit of effort.
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