use peeler in a sentence.
I want one of those peelers.
For some reason, the "if your peeler ever breaks" sentiment feels attached to the "made of ...
Wrong link, here's the Monkey Peeler:How can you patent something likes this?
Looks like he sold $70 worth of cheap peelers in 6 minutes.
The peeler man is autonomy personified.
Good Lord - I want one of those potato peelers.
A great lesson on selling - I want to buy that peeler.
Yes, we really need grape peelers.
Sure, money and peelers changed hands, but those could have easily been all to his employees, who give the peelers back later in the day, after all the real suckers forked over their dough.
Its interesting to me on an intellectual level to compare your way of describing the peeler to his way of describing the peeler.
He describes his peelers as being remarkable accomplishments of Swiss engineering that do not break, period, and repeatedly contrasts it with the peelers you can buy in most supermarkets in Europe and Asia.
Wait, those are the peelers we're talking about?
On the good news side, if your peeler ever breaks, it's also sold in most supermarkets in Europe and Asia - and most of the ones you can buy here aren't made of scrap metal, but of ergonomic, comfortable plastic.
FWIW, I think the YC consensus is that he's no "peeler guy," a real market hacker:
Looking at YouTube it seems to be he sells the "Star Swiss Peeler" ..
I just used one of his peelers to peel apples for an apple pie for thanksgiving.
I was not suggesting that it will necessarily break, but there are many ways to find yourself needing a new peeler.