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Dazey Corporation

To the best of our knowledge, this company no longer sells assistive products. We list inactive companies for reference purposes only. The contact information listed is the last known for this company; current contact information is not available. If you have updated information on this company, please contact AbleData.

One Dazey Circle
Industrial Airport, Kansas 66031
United States
Web: No known web address.

Discontinued products manufactured by Dazey Corporation (listed alphabetically)

  1. APPLE PEELER MACHINE (MODEL 04-18-25)

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/1997) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Apple Peeler Machine, model 04-18-25, is a peeler that is designed for individuals who are visually disabled or who have limited mobility or strength in their hands. The peeler is placed on the counter top. Insert the apple on the prongs and turn the handle. The result is an almost completely peeled apple (some peel is left on either end). Peeler comes with cassette instructions. DIMENSIONS: 7-1/4 inches long by 6-1/4 inches high.

  2. DAZEY STRIPPER

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Dazey Peeler is an electric peeler designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The device peels most firm fruits and vegetables. To use, the fruit is placed on the vertical adjustable food support and a button on the base is pressed to operate. The device also juliennes. Cord storage and five replacement blades are included. OPTIONS: Additional blade packs are available.

  3. KNIFE AND SCISSORS SHARPENER (MODELS DKS-444 & DKS-400)

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Knife and scissors sharpener. Spring loaded ceramic sharpening wheel. Momentary on/off switch. Full cord storage. Model DKS-444 has separate see through knife and scissors sharpening guides. Chrome/black. Model DKS-400 has removable knife and scissors guides. White. Can be used with one hand.

  4. MICRO-SEAL (MODEL MS1), SEAL-A-MEAL II (MODEL SAM-2), & VACUUM SEAL-A-MEAL (MODEL SAM-3)

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Food storage bag sealing device for fix-ahead meals. Model MS1 fits on counter, wall, or under cabinet. Seals 8 inch Sambags and closes most other plastic food wraps. Flex-Peg, E-Z fill, roll of microwave or boilable cooking pouch material. Full cord storage. 32 watts. Gray. SAM- 2 offers Flex-Peg, E-Z cutter, bag and roll storage. Instant on. Accepts 8 and 10 inch micro-seal bags and most other plastic food wraps. Recipe and instruction book. 58 watts. Gray and white. Seal-A- Meal/Micro-Seal Bags may be used with Seal-A-Meal or Micro-Seal and are available in 8, 24 or 32 ounce capacities. 8 and 10 inch wide 20 foot rolls allow exact size use. SAM-3, vacuum seal-a-meal pulls the air out and seals tight in one quick operation. Instant on, no recycle time. Solid state electronic controls. Stores and dispenses Vacu-Roll. Function monitor lights. E-Z cutter. Stain resistant molded case. 58 watts. White. Uses Vacu-Roll SAMBags made of continuous film, laminated for maximum strength.

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