Hard-Boiled Egg Peeler

By The NEGG®


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This hard-boiled egg peeler gets the shell to slide off like butter with just cold water and some shakes. It’s a simple solution to a dreaded kitchen chore.

  • Made in the USA: Marlborough, CT
  • Materials: BPA-free plastic, acrylic
  • Care: Hand wash with soap and warm water
  • Includes: Egg peeler, instructions, and recipe leaflet
  • Easy snap-on top and bottom
  • Clear body that allows the user to follow the progress of the egg
  • Fits comfortably in one hand for ease of use
  • Please note: Do not use with hot eggs. Let eggs cool under ice bath or in the refrigerator before use
  • Dimensions: 2.88" diameter x 3.75"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb.
    How to:
  • Simply fill the cylinder with quarter cup of water, add the egg, and snap on the top cap
  • Shake the Negg in an up and downward motion with enough force so that the egg strikes the top and bottom caps
  • After about 4-12, shakes you will be able to easily slide the egg out of its shell

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Didn't work

5/16/2017 by Leanna

Didn't work well. Tore up the eggs. Would not recommend.



5/16/2017 by Lowell

Didn't work as well as shown...still going to keep trying


Does not work

5/16/2017 by Peggy

This thing DOES NOT work.....


Sorry Waste of money

5/15/2017 by Benj

I felt like an idiot because I tried many eggs,cooked for different amounts of times and it never worked.



5/15/2017 by Sabra

I REALLY wanted this to work because my husband LOVES boiled eggs. Sorry but it was a definite dud for us, the peel comes off in tiny pieces. We've tried several times to make sure we were doing it right and it takes just as long if not longer as before.More > < Less

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The Negg | Hardboiled Egg Peeler

About The NEGG®

Eggcellent Peeler

Peel an egg without pulling your hair out.

Cold water and some shaking is all it takes for this hardboiled egg peeler to work. It’s a Made in the USA kitchen hero that conquers a dreaded chore sleekly.

Maker Bonnie Tyler signed up to bring deviled eggs to a party and—after a failed attempt at peeling—showed up with a bag of potato chips instead. After some prototyping and research at her local library, she cracked a solution.

Bonnie combined the elements of industrial peeling (i.e., vibration, movement, and water) to create something small, portable, and easy to use at home. That’s how The Negg was hatched. She even managed to get it manufactured in Connecticut, her own backyard.

Now you can de-shell your eggs with just cold water and a little bit of effort.