Cuts fine pineapple slices or rings from a whole pineapple

Ergonomic design of the handle makes it easy to use; simply twist until the it reaches the base of the pineapple.

Cores and slices simultaneously

Dishwasher safe

Great tool for creating fruit and pastry platter

Rosle offers lifetime warranty

Rosle’s Pineapple Cutter Creates Symmetrical, Decorative Rings of Pineapple with Little Effort and Mess. Rosle’s Pineapple Cutter is the ideal tool to produce perfect pineapple rings or slices and does so in no time. The best part of the fruit can be extracted in a few simple steps: The top of the pineapple is first cut away, about a half inch below the top or stems. The Pineapple Cutter can then be easily set to work and twisted from the top into the fruit. The ergonomic handle ensures a good grip and making the task almost effortless. Once the tool has reached the base of the pineapple, the fruit flesh is already separated from the trunk or core and the utensil can be simply retracted. The result is a stack of ready to serve, decorative rings of pineapple that not only taste delicious but look beautiful.

  • Color: Silver/black
  • Weight: 11 oz
  • Made In: China
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Dimensions: 10-1/2" x 4-3/4" x 3-1/2"
  • Composition: Stainless steel body; plastic handle
  • Manufacturer: Rösle


Apparent goal: kids gift/registry home kitchens restaurants everywhere
Intended audience: novice advanced beginner good home cook gourmet professional
Diet/nutrition: does not apply scary empty promises helpful essential
Green?: not especially neutral mixed blessing earth friendly green!
Innovative: step back standing still progress trendy genius
Problem solving: no better baby steps solid steps giant steps a revelation
Competition: outclassed follower in the pack strong challenger likely champ


Ease of use: impossible frustrating OK simple child's play
Intuitive: Ph.D. required barely logical effortless brilliant
Instructions: missing incomprehensible adequate unnecessary excellent
Quality: cheesy questionable good years of service impressive
Parts to lose: inevitable some/many one-piece self-storing not a problem
Power source: none hands batteries outlet green
Clean-up: nightmare wipe clean soap & water scouring pad dishwasher
Does it work?: not at all adequately well very well perfectly
Availability: airfare required online kitchen store department store supermarket


Easy to open?: impossible maddening tolerable good opens itself
Green?: fills a landfill huge waste passable minimal waste impressive


Time saving: time wasting not really modest substantial huge
Labor saving: less efficient marginal a bit noticeable remarkable
Money saving: money wasted none $ $$ $$$
Beats the old way: worse no change better definitely entirely new
Where will it live?: garage/attic drawer cabinet countertop elsewhere


Fulfills ambitions: falls short almost there satisfies exceeds home run
How often used: once/twice ≥daily ≥weekly ≥monthly ≥yearly/holidays
Worth the space?: no does not apply w/unlimited space w/limited space absolutely
Need it?: a luxury discretionary basic equipment for serious cooks get it
Value: ouch! a little pricey worth splurging on the money a deal
Overall rating: skip it fair good very good excellent

Comments: A pineapple is not a user-friendly object. The flesh is amazing, but it is covered with diamond-patterned bumps and an irregular skin, and it has a woody core running down the center. You can skin it with a knife in large brush strokes, and then cut away the flesh from the core in several more broad strokes. You can skin it less deeply, then cut out the deeper eyes with many diagonal cuts of the knife, repeating the coring process when you get there.

Or – and this is the point to which we have been building – you can use Rösle's Pineapple Cutter to cut and remove the flesh in one simple process. Cut off the top of the pineapple with a knife, insert the cutter and twist to screw it to the bottom of the pineapple. Lift out the cutter with all the flesh neatly wound around the core, remove the top of the handle (by squeezing buttons on either side of the handle), then lift all the flesh of the pineapple off the cutter in one long spiral (you can make a cut through one side of the pineapple spiral for perfect pineapple rings). Remove the core of the pineapple from the center tube at your leisure (with a chopstick or something else pokey). Remove it immediately if you're coring multiple pineapples.

The empty pineapple husk now makes a beautiful serving bowl for grapes, strawberries, or something else on, say, a fruit platter. (You may have to put a wax paper circle in the bottom to keep grapes from slipping out the hole where the core used to be.)

Some complain that too much juice is lost during the cutting process, and we suggest doing it on a plate, so that all the juice can be captured. Some complain that too much flesh is left behind with this one-size-fits-all cutter. There is something to be said for purchasing pineapples that are just about the right size for the pineapple cutter. But we spent a little time butchering the bowl of a somewhat larger pineapple, and wound up with very little extra flesh (after lots of work).

And no matter what some people say, we love this device. It is so easy to use, so fast, and works so well – and it cleans up in the dishwasher. You'll be grateful for it if you only cut a pineapple now and then. But having it, you'll probably make eating pineapples a more regular part of your life.