Garlic Zoom

Roll with it

Garlic Zoom

Roll with it

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  •  Effortlessly pulverize garlic cloves
  •  The more you roll, the finer the garlic. Genius.
  •  Easy to hand-wash and it's even dishwasher friendly


Chopping garlic is a right rigmarole but it’s something anyone familiar with a frying pan does on a regular basis. Yes, you can use one of those clunky presses, or even get busy with a knife, but why bother when you can chop up your cloves with the revolutionary Garlic Zoom.

Ideal for flavour freaks looking to minimise garlicky fingers and stinky surfaces, this nifty little gizmo makes chopping garlic fun and easy. Simply open the top, pop in a peeled clove and push the Zoom backwards and forwards on your worktop. The more you roll, the finer the garlic. Next, open the lid, give it a tap and watch in wonder (well, sort of) as the itty bitty garlic bits fall out. Genius!

As well as its ingenious design the Garlic Zoom is a doddle to wash. Just rinse it under the tap or remove its sturdy stainless steel blade and put the components in the dishwasher.

Unlike some of the kitchen gadgets you’ve undoubtedly seen on inferior sites and late night shopping channels, the Zoom is not some shoddily made novelty; it’s a practical, well-engineered bit of kit that'll keep on crushing your garlic for years. So what are you waiting for? Chop chop and roll with it!

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This item cannot be sold to anyone under the age of 18.

By purchasing this product you confirm that you are 18 years of age or older. Under current UK legislation it is an offence to sell knives and certain bladed or pointed articles to persons under 18 years of age. If you purchase this item with a credit/debit card that is available to under 18s, we will contact you to request proof of your age before your order is despatched.

The Garlic Zoom Original is blind-picked. So you will receive a colour picked at random. Colours are: Blue, Red, Green and Grey

Product features:
  • Crush garlic with no effort at all
  • The more you roll the finer the garlic becomes
  • Sturdy plastic housing with stainless steal blades
  • All components of the Garlic Zoom are dishwasher safe
  • Measures approximately: 7.6cm (H) x 4.6cm (D) x 6.5cm (W)

Customer Reviews

Great little gadget. Purchased it for the man of the house for Christmas as he always complaining about how long it took to chop garlic, he's very impressed with it and we are certainly eating more garlic related meals as he can't wait to use it. My son is doing a catering course at college and has asked for one, I have of course told him that's cheating but I can see another one being purchased soon.
Amy S - 13th February 2014
My boyfriend bought me this as a joke, but it's become one of my most prized possessions. It's so easy to use and to clean, and is really efficient. Plus, it saves you from having hands that reek of garlic. I love it.
Amy M - 9th February 2014
I bought this little gadget for my fiancée and he's well chuffed! He just loves it, especially for when he makes curry and can not only finely chop the garlic, but also the ginger! :-) (after he's cut it into little cubes obviously) Now he wants to buy about five or six more for his sister, mum and aunties! LOL A great success overall!
Danae - 21st February 2012
This is a kitchen must, had ours for a number of years and would so get another if parted from ours.
Andy - 17th February 2012
This is a fab little gadget for making chopping garlic really easy! Also great for chopping up chillies without burning your fingers too :).
Jude - 7th November 2011
Firebox says: We're glad you like it June! - we've heard it's great with herbs too, but chillies is another fantastic application of the Garlic Zoom. Is there anything you can't zoom?
I use mine to finely chop POTATOES, no not really but I love it when Keith Lemon says "POTATO" as everybody else says it. Simplifies and de-stinkifies the chopping of garlic. Only one small gripe, it can be tricky getting all the garlic out of the wee bugger, it's almost like it's demanding payment for doing all the work.
Adam Caruth - 1st May 2011