The Negg

Hard-Boiled Egg Peeler Case of 12

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Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

Works adequately

6/6/2017 by ML

This worked adequately but not stellar. I will mention, though, that we have backyard chickens and so our eggs are very fresh. That alone makes peeling them more of a challenge. Did not try it on store bought eggs.

3

Doesn't work on farm fresh eggs

5/31/2017 by Susan

This grommet is such a good idea, but ... I buy fresh eggs from a neighboring farmer. They are two days old at most. The Negg doesn't work on them AT ALL. It does work as advertised on eggs from a large grocery store. I purchased two extras to have on hand for gifts, but cannot think of anyone I know who buys old eggs at the grocery store.

3

Which Came First

5/29/2017 by Ginger

Ok, I love boiled eggs, deviled eggs and egg salad but put off making either because I hate peeling the shell (really lazy). I'm hitting about 50% with eggs that peel easy and ggs I've destroyed trying to peel them. I was so excited to see this (yes, a boring life) and couldn't wait to use it. I put the first egg in, added the water and shook it a little. Took the egg out and..nothing. So I tried it again using a little more force and the shell was still holding fast. So I put the lid back on and shook the darn thing vigorously. When I took the egg out the shell easily came off. So I peeled one by hand and it peeled easily. So I don't really know if this makes peeling the eggs easier or not. I will find out the next time I hand peel eggs and have problems. But I love kitchen gadgets and had I not purchased this, I would have wondered the rest of my life - especially when I cook hard-to-peel eggs.

3

Save your money.

5/28/2017 by Carolyn

I'm sure that this is a very nice item. However, I think the price is a bit much. I do the same thing, only using an old empty pickle jar (and have for years}. Save your money ladies.

3

It works

5/23/2017 by Ronald

This gizmo is okay. You still have to make sure you boil your eggs correctly which is the hardest part. I can duplicate what this device does by standing by the sink and making sure that I bounce the egg on the counter quite a few times, or I can do the shake thing using another hard plastic container. The particular design of the Negg makes it quicker, but whether it is worth the money and the effort to buy and keep such a specialized device I guess depends on whether you prepare and eat a lot of boiled eggs.

3

kinda fun, but not perfect

5/23/2017 by Jane

this wasn't as easy as the video - I'll keep trying!

3

Not sure yet

5/22/2017 by J Michael Fahey

I have used it twice, once on eggs just cooked and cooled down5-10 min. Also on eggs from the frig that were cooked the night before. It worked fairly well on the eggs that were just cooked but they should cool down more that 5-10 min because they were still soft and had a tendency to come apart. On the cold eggs it did not work that well so I am going to do some more and maybe revise my review if I have different results.

3

copy-cat: mason jar & water does same thing!

5/22/2017 by Donna

Disappointed - doesn't work great.

3

Not what I thought!

5/22/2017 by John

After giving the device several tries I still struggle to get the shell off the egg. I have yet to master the technique!!

3

NOT WORTH THE PRICE

5/10/2017 by Nancy

I was very excited to use this item, which I did as soon as it arrived. I followed the directions exactly and it worked sort of OK but left small shell parts on the eggs, which pulled off parts of the eggs when I removed them. I finally decided to go back to cracking the eggs on the counter and rolling them to loosen the shells - perfect eggs. I'm so sorry that the Negg didn't work for me. I'm giving it away.

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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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