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Turntable Apple Parers
The paring arm in most turntables revolves 360-degrees around the apple. The apple is pared in the first 180-degrees. The paring arm is pushed away from the pared apple and continues to revolve until it is back in the starting position. Click on the pictures to learn more.


Image of Keyes Apple Peeler
Keys
Image of Tilt-Table Apple Peeler
Tilt Table
Image of Goodell Apple Peeler
Goodell 98
Image of Keen Kutter Apple Peeler
Keen Kutter
Image of Reading PA Apple Peeler
Reading PA
Image of Baldwin Apple Peeler
Baldwin
Image of Centennial Apple Peeler
Centennial
Image of the Expert Apple Peeler
"The Expert"
Image of the Penn Perfect Apple Peeler
"Penn-Perfect"
Image of Hudson & Leslie Apple Peeler
Hudson & Leslie
Image of F.W. Hudson's Improved Apple Peeler
F.W. Hudson's Improved
Image of Hudson's Apple Peeler
F.W. Hudson
Image of Rocking Table Apple Peeler
Rocking Table
Image of the Domestic Apple Peeler
Domestic
Image of the Monarch Peach Parer
"Monarch"
Image of the Monarch Apple Parer
"Monarch" 2
Image of the Favorite Apple Peeler
The Favorite
Image of Peck, Stow & Wilcox Apple Peeler
Peck, Stow & Wilcox
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