Avo Shark

Avocado Multi-Tool

Holy guacamole

There’s more than one way to skin an avocado, but only one tool that cuts, de-pits, scoops, slices, and mashes. This multi-tasking utensil is called the Avo Shark and was engineered by Australian Paul English to handle every step of avocado prep safely and effortlessly.

Originally available only in Australia, the Avo Shark is now ready to add ease and efficiency to American kitchens as well. The Avo Shark includes a built-in scoop, a slotted masher for making guacamole, a protective sheath, and is even dishwasher safe.


From the first cut to the final mash, our testers found the Avo Shark a joy to use—we hope you do too.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Paul
    Paul

    Hello Grommet readers!

    From the land of down under, we are happy to bring you the ‘five in one’ Australian designed avocado tool, that looks like a shark! Have you ever had difficulty with that slippery pit in an Avocado? Then let the shark teeth take care of it for you. The avocado shark will not only remove the pit effortlessly, but also cut, slice, scoop, and mash the avocado for your favorite dish. Looking forward to answering your questions.

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/28/2013 12:11 PM

    Hello Grommet readers, my name is Judith and I will be helping Paul answer questions, because he is in Australia. Looking forward to hearing from you!

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer
    10/28/2013 12:47 PM

    @Paul Hi - Your items looks great! Is there something special I should know when picking an avocado out from the grocery store? Thanks, Jennifer

  • Paul
    Paul – Special Guest
    10/28/2013 1:17 PM

    @Jennifer

    Hi Jennifer,

    Thanks and that is a good question. I have found that it depends on when you want to eat the Avocado. A green Hass Avocado ripens after it has been picked and needs approximately four days to ripen. They are a dark purplish color when ripe and can be pressed in lightly. If it is still firm when you hold it in your hand, it may need another day or two. It is a good idea to buy a couple of Avocados at varying stages to become familiar with the fruit. If you wish to slow the ripening process down you can always put the Avocado in the refrigerator. Hope this helps.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/28/2013 4:07 PM

    just curious as to where the AvoShark is manufactured. thanks

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/28/2013 4:09 PM

    Hi there,

    The Avo Shark is designed in Australia and manufactured in China.

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