Let’s face it, peeling vegetables with a normal peeler is a huge pain in the ass because the blades suck, the plastic parts break and they’re not exactly ergonomic. New Zealand based CNC machinist and engineer Warren Simpson solved all those problems with his Kleb Design titanium peeler. After hundreds of hours of development, testing and tweaking, he ended up with full grade 5 titanium construction, true two piece design, ambidextrous operation and a double-edged blade. It won’t rust. It won’t break. It peels both away and towards. You can use it in your left or right hand. There’s even a clever “potato eyer” that can be used to pop eyes out of potatoes. Not only is it an attractive upgrade to your kitchen gadgets, but it’s more functional than the peeler you probably already have.