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Based on 129 Verified Reviews
Looks good and works well!
21 May 2012
The Egg skelter really works well. Previously we kept our eggs in a bowl and dated them in pencil. This meant that sometimes I had to empty the bowl to find the oldest eggs. Now they just appear in date order and the skelter looks fantastic! I love showing off my lovely fresh eggs! The skelter is really stable and the eggs sit in it very securely. Occasionally they don't roll because they need to sit side to side not lengthways, but this is easy to adjust. I thought rolling them might result in cracked shells when they pile up but this has never happened. Great design!
17 May 2012
Perfect for storing my bantam eggs...even the smallest ones sit nicely !!
6 January 2012
It was a Xmas box.
could not have been a better choice.
2 January 2012
Fantastic product. Present for my mum and now the rest of the family want one!
Excellent way to store eggs
2 January 2012
It looks great sitting on the dresser in the dining room and is a very neat way to store eggs.
8 November 2011
This gadget makes life so much easier. Instead of storing our eggs in egg-boxes and then trying to make sure the oldest eggs are used first by picking each egg up and looking at the date stamp, now after date stamping we just put them in the Egg Skelter and know the oldest eggs are first to be removed.
15 October 2011
Have searched everywhere for this product. It is excellent. Just what is required for the hobby poultry keeper.
14 October 2011
Now my skelter is on the fridge I am able to show off to all my friends!!
26 September 2011
Is the right size as described for small/medium sized eggs. Ivory coloured and is much better than a china hen for sorting out which eggs are fresher. Admired by all!
5 September 2011
Just love this product and have had many comments about it. it is so nice to know that you are all taking the eggs from the same place, leaving the fresher ones until later.