McKneff wrote: »
Ive had an electric one for donkeys years, they cost about a tenner and are brilliant.
Youve probably spent more than that lately on your rubbish ones.
If you insist you need a manual one Lakeland do the best quality ones in my opinion.
MrsBartolozzi wrote: »
I've been having this problem, but only on some tins. Sainsbury's Basics tins for instance seem to be thinner and my tin opener can't get a good grip which makes it harder to open them. Heinz etc still open fine. Seems to be the cheaper makes that have thinner tins, or that manufacturers are cutting costs by using thinner materials more likely.
ETA this is with a Magican, albeit a newer one which seem much less sturdy than my ancient one which no longer works.
reeree wrote: »
my oh has come to the same conclusion as you that they are cutting the cost by using thinner materials to make the cans, its really annoying, the last three l bought wouldnt open any cans at all they just wouldnt go round the tins
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