April 21, 2006

One Touch Can Opener

This One Touch Can Opener opens cans with just one touch of a button. You don't even have to hold on to the opener--it rotates around automatically. Plus it looks like a computer mouse and we all know how to use those. :-)

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Posted by Maya Bazar at April 21, 2006 9:05 AM
Recent Comments

The One Touch can opener is a rip off. It will not work on most cans,small or large, even a little tomatopaste can. It starts then stops and you can't get it off.


Posted by: mary at October 5, 2011 10:29 AM

Got one of these recently as a gift. I already had one that didn't work so I am familiar with these scam openers. I gave it a try and guess what? You guessed it, it didn't work.

As I was walking out to the trash container to dispose of this pc of apcra there was a pickup truck passing by so I pitched it into the bed of the P/U with a half opened can of baked beans still attached. Well the driver stopped when he heard the noise and looked in the back of the truck and picked up the opener and attached can of beans and started hollering. Glad he didn't see me as I had walked into my garage by this time. He was really mad! He then put the can opener and bean can in front of his rear tire and started to drive away. 'BANG' ... He got a flat tire. Stopped and then just drove away, on the flat tire and all. Later I went and cleaned up the mess. Oh well ...


Posted by: Merman Melman at May 17, 2010 4:37 AM

Wow! I am sorry to hear that everyone has had the same frustrating experience I've had. I bought one for my friend because she has a tissue disease that greatly reduces the strength in her hands. I decided to get one for myself while I was at it. All the postings sound like a script I might have written. The batteries wear out sometimes after only one can. Like the other people, the can opener stopped part of the way around and would not let go. I tried the "reset" button but it was like a dog with a bone. Not only was it irritating, but I was opening a can of tuna fish that leaked all over the kitchen while I was trying to extricate the can. I finally went outside, layed it on the concrete paio and beat it with a heavy hammer until I smashed the side of the can sufficiently to allow me to use diagonal cutters to open the side of the can and remove my tuna. Like some of the others of you, the can and can opener are in the garbage can, still attached to each other. My friend had the same experience with hers and she threw hers away. Her grown son bought her a replacement. I will not be replacing mine.


Posted by: SueC at March 12, 2010 7:08 PM

Beware! There are sharp edges. The product is easy to use except on small tomato paste cans but I don't know how they can get away with saying there are no sharp edges. I have cut myself so many times on the cans which are like razor blades. I am afraid someone is going to cut off a finger if they aren't careful. It's easy to cut yourself when you are trying to spoon out something from the can.


Posted by: Nancy at December 22, 2008 5:00 PM

Hmm, making me read these comments makes me think twice about trusting all the infomercial reviews that I read. Because my one touch can opener (And the jar opener too!) works wonderfully. I stopped using my other electric can opener (which worked pretty well), because this one worked even better. I did buy them both from the store though, so the website ordering problems might exist, but the product itself works great for me. (And no, I'm not affiliated with the company, just wanted to say that it works for me after reading all these reviews saying it doesn't)


Posted by: psm at September 4, 2008 2:15 AM

wow well i have to agree with most of those comments. my family bought one and we were trying to open a can of soup. the one touch can be viewed as handy. it is SUPPOSED to open the can on it's own freeing your hands and allowing you to take care of other preperations. i was using it and it just kinda died on me. i thought "ok.... all i have to do is replace the batteries no big deal" well was i in for a treat it took half an hour to decide that i was just going to dismantle the darn thing and to my pleasnt suprise when i started unscrewing the screw the one touch came off. that is the secret i guess ! so anyone who is looking to buy. be ready for a long struggle to get it in the first place, a lot of wasted money on batteries and much frustration when it dosnt work or dies halfway through . please dont buy these .there are so many issues and scamming and its is just a real pain.


Posted by: lisa lee at July 14, 2008 9:56 PM

wow well i have to agree with most of those comments. my family bought one and we were trying to open a can of soup. the one touch can be viewed as handy. it is SUPPOSED to open the can on it's own freeing your hands and allowing you to take care of other preperations. i was using it and it just kinda died on me. i thought "ok.... all i have to do is replace the batteries no big deal" well was i in for a treat it took half an hour to decide that i was just going to dismantle the darn thing and to my pleasnt suprise when i started unscrewing the screw the one touch came off. that is the secret i guess ! so anyone who is looking to buy. be ready for a long struggle to get it in the first place, a lot of wasted money on batteries and much frustration when it dosnt work or dies halfway through . please dont buy these .there are so many issues and scamming and its is just a real pain.


Posted by: lisa lee at July 14, 2008 9:56 PM

We got one of these and it worked great for a while and when it began to not open cans( it just ran and ran ) we called the manufacturer. An Indian guy told me to just buy another one. There should be a real customer service center here in America with an address to send these to for repair. I think our blade just got dull and there is no way to replace it. We believe the co. should replace it due to no fault of ours. We will not buy another one!


Posted by: todd & terri at April 2, 2008 11:12 AM

"The One touch can opener" is not a reliable product. It jummed half way around the can and it could become very unsafe trying to remove it from the can since you have to try very hard with anything on hand. Finally after a lot of work, when removed, some pieces inside came apart. I would like to return it.


Posted by: Julia at October 23, 2007 10:48 PM

I got one as a gift. My mother-in-law bought it at Walgreen's Pharmacy. It really does work. My complaint is that the battery failed as it was opening a can and now I can't git it off the can. I called cusomer service and they were very rude. I asked the operator where is this call center located and he said India. It figures.


Posted by: Mary at August 20, 2007 4:55 PM

I bought this piece of junk from jcpenneys. After about 6 uses, it does not work anymore. It worked great the first 2 times and then it jammed every time after. The batteries do not last long at all, especially when it jams and you have to reset it. Don't waste your money!


Posted by: amy at August 16, 2007 1:45 PM

My brother bought one for our mother...it didn't work......He exchanged it for another one.....That didn't work........We say "HANG ON TO YOUR MONEY "


Posted by: Linda at May 4, 2007 3:23 PM

Thanks for the warnings, we will spend our hard earned money elsewhere!


Posted by: M at April 17, 2007 12:55 PM

...correction to my post above...

Item '4' should read "give it a whack backwards AWAY FROM the button end". Sorry.


Posted by: Rick W from the UK at March 6, 2007 2:29 PM

Thanks to all of you who take the time to help others here in the UK. After my old Mother with arthritis asked me how to replace the batteries, I decided to write the following on a note for her; based on the comments above and on other sites:

1) The can AND its lid will have edges as sharp as a razor blade after removal, so TAKE CARE.

2) Wipe clean after every can, as this cannot
be cleaned under a tap if the dirt hardens.

3) If a can jams, insert a large cross-head screwdriver underneath, to turn the motor backwards by hand.

4) To remove the battery cover, use rubber gloves to give a better grip. Hold button side down and with the button end away from you. With the other hand, give it a whack backwards towards the button end. The cover should come off.

5) The 2 AA batteries could last up to 100 cans but after one jam, this could be reduced to
about 5 (yes 5) cans, as a jammed motor drains batteries. Use the most powerful batteries you can buy - unfortunately, these will cost a lot too.


Posted by: Rick W from the UK at March 6, 2007 12:54 PM

I ordered 3 of the deluxe one-touch hands free can openers from tv marketplace
what a scam, I had to beat the thing off of a can. these items are such a scam. shame on all companies that keep taking hard working disabled peoples money.


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Posted by: Tim Faulkner at February 19, 2007 4:53 PM

Thanks for the info. guys - and girls. I was thinking about buying one I always do a review before buying anything online. Always maintain good credit and use your credit card. They will credit you for legitimate reasons.

http://heartsandminds.com/articles/homegary.htm


Posted by: grhyink at February 15, 2007 6:12 PM

I have gotten so mad at this can opener that I am ready to go back to a manual one. Well anyways my boyfriend's grandmother bought us one of these one touch things for $20 at Linens-n-Things. We have put brand new batteries in it several times and it never works long enough to open that first can. I want it replaced and I will call customer service tonight and complain! This is crap that they will sell a product that doesn't even work. If you are going to market something that has batteries and could die in the middle of doing what it was made to do, maybe you should think about the fact of being able to change the batteries while it is stuck on the can. Put the batteries on the top somehow not the bottom. Whoever designed is is smart on one hand, but stupid on the other!


Posted by: Heather at February 14, 2007 2:48 PM

I bought the OneTouch can opener from Linen n things store. I got it for 16.95 + tax. I was going to use it but think I better check any complaints about this product before I use it. I am very lucky to come across this website and know that this product leaves sharp edge on the can itself which is far more dangerous than sharp edge on the lid and the problem that it creates when the battery dies before the can is completely open, I also read from a different website warning that if the product can't be cleaned, don't buy it. So I have decided to return it to the store.

Thank you very much folks for your posts.


Posted by: antonette at February 11, 2007 1:48 PM

Regarding the piece of garbage, One Touch Scam Opener. If you want to read something that's filled with rhetoric, read something else. If you want the truth, then read this. I would like to start by discussing the One Touch Scam Opener Co.'s venture, mainly because it scares me. The thing I'm the most frightened about is that we stand idly by and let One Touch Scam Opener Co. get away with making 10's of millions of $$$'s while millions of unopened cans go begging. My Dad bought one of these scam openers and was trying to open a can of anchovies. It was not to be. Instead of the scam opener running around the can, the opener remained still and the anchovy can ran around the opener, and the can never really got opened. It so frightened Mom and she became so upset she tried to jump out a window. Dad quickly dialed 911 and explained the problem he was having with not only the Can Opener but with stuck windows as well. All this because of the can opener from hell. Mom is still not talking to Dad.


Posted by: Patrick Ginsburg at February 8, 2007 1:48 AM

HOW TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES ON THE ONE TOUCH:
Hold it upside down with the button side facing away from you. With the other hand, give the stupid thing a whack backwards to the top (which is actually the bottom portion under the button). The bottom with come off right away exposing the batteries. I couldn't find it anywhere and after mere frustration just hit the thing and it came apart.


Posted by: Ash at February 7, 2007 3:31 PM

I bought one and it works OK. But the batteries die quickly and I can't remember how to replace them. Can anyone give me some advice? I went to the 'official' site and read all the comments here. I'm to the point where I might also throw the damn thing away..........


Posted by: Ash at February 7, 2007 3:14 PM

To the person who wanted to know what to do if the batteries run out with the can half open: Open Front door,throw the opener food can and all into the bed of a passing Pick up truck, then order a large pizza and a six pack of Heineken. Enjoy. Opener is a peice of crap, would not open a 6 oz can of tomato paste.


Posted by: Merman Melman at February 7, 2007 3:02 PM

I can see why they offer a 30 day money back guarantee on this POS. On the 31st day of use the battery died while it was trying to open a can and it's now stuck on the can. It's design is one that you cannot replace the batteries once it's locked on the can...even after I bent the crap out of the top of the can trying to get the opener off, I still could not get new batteries into it, nor remove it from its death grip on the can rim...my wife just tossed both the opener and can in the trash...end of story.


Posted by: Rob at February 7, 2007 12:55 AM

I (inadvertantly) must have hit my "Return" key twice, when placing my order. I received two of them, the same day. I opened both of the packages, and found they were both the same. I tried one and could NOT get it to hook onto tjhe top of a can. I tried the other, with the same result. When I called Customer Service, I was told I would have to pay postage to return the duplicate (because I opened it; even though it did NOT work). They were going to send me out a replacement, for the other one. That was the middle of November. The middle of December, I was told they were on "back order," and one would be sent as soon as they got their shipment. On the 17th of January, they checked with "Shipping" and one was going out that day. I called today (02-06-07), as I've still received nothing. I requested they cancel the replacement and credit my charge card. Hopefully, "the credit will appear on your next statement."


Posted by: Jeff Browne at February 6, 2007 6:58 PM

I don't know what this says about GSN (The Network For Games) when THEY run this commercial and other infomercial products ads, like the Video Professor. I've started Googling various infomercial products w/ the word "complaint" after it (example: Lil Reminder complaint [which ALSO runs ads on GSN!]) and I truly, truly believe there IS NO SUCH thing as a legitimate infomercial product after all the fraud-buster websites I've visited to and the complaints I've read. Shame on GSN and other cablers out to make a quick buck on the backs of trusting consumers, but an even BIGGER shame on these crook companies for ripping us off!!!! Why even Billy Mays' Mighty Hooks (or whatever it's called) isn't immune!


Posted by: MetromediaSquare.com at February 3, 2007 10:42 PM

I was also looking to purchase this as a gift for my folks. Glad I saw these reviews!

Thanks for filling me in!


Posted by: Nancy at January 26, 2007 5:40 PM

I just got one a week ago from walmart, and I haven't had any problems with it yet. The only differnce between mine and the one in the picture is that mine has a lime green button.


Posted by: Jess at January 26, 2007 4:09 PM

Now what idiot would purchase one of these contraptions?? ME.... wish I had looked at the reviews before my purchase. Put the cart before the horse. Thank goodness I bought the first one at CVS. They exchanged it for a nice new shiny one. Took great care so I wouldn't scratch it before I got it home. So now I burned out my fourth set of new batteries and another three wasted hours attempting to get it off the cranberry sauce can. Hey what the heck who wants cranberry suace with their turkey anyway? They got the wrong guy on TV selling this thing. Where's the honest looking guy that says "please try my product?"


Posted by: Paul at January 25, 2007 1:31 AM

Thank you all for the info, I was just about to order 3 of the Can Openers, but certainly will not now.

Thanks All


Posted by: Gordon at January 23, 2007 6:32 PM

Just to let you know, my wife and I bought her mother one for Christmas 2007. We got it at Penneys and thought it would be good because of arthritis. We used it at the family dinner and was embarrassed as it couldn't/wouldn't open the can before hitting the no-go half way around. After fighting and getting it off the can twice and reseting it as well as changing the bateries twice it did the same. I called the Customer Service and told them this and was told I didn't reset it. After a tongue holding period of her telling me what I DIDN'T do right... I filled her ear with a descriptive thought on what their product is and what they could do with it. I took the thing back to Penneys and got a better can opener that works better. I told them they should be ashamed to be representing this product. She refused to take my name and address so I guess we all know where my complaint went. NEVER AGAIN !!!!.


Posted by: Curt from PA at January 19, 2007 3:25 PM

Bought 3 in October 2006 for Christmas gifts, End of November finally recieved can openers (Without Gripmates!) Called two days later and they said my order was messed up and they would send me my gripmates ASAP. Christmas came and went still no GripMates (which is for the most part why I ordered the openers in the first place). Called them and they said the gripmates where being shipped from overseas. Still how could it take 3 months for them to get to me! Called again and asked for a full refund, after 45 minutes of talking to them about it they said sure we will send a return label. 3 weeks later still no return label, called again! He said to go to post office and ship them the cheapest way possible, then get the tracking # for the shipment and call him back with the tracking # so he could credit my Credit card for the shipping that I paid. Did all he asked called the next day and the lady said they would not refund me for the shipping I just paid! By that time I threw a fit, she put me on hold for 20 minutes, talked to the financial advisor and then she told me they would credit me for shipping! Finally, almost 4 months of dealing with this company! I haven't been refunded yet but he said the next billing statement it will be on! We will see if that truelly happens or not!


Posted by: Melanie Austin at January 18, 2007 11:04 AM

Thankyou everybody for writing. I was about to buy several of these can openers for gifts for our friends. I'm glad I didn't and was saved by you folks.
Again

thanks for your posts.

Bill


Posted by: Bill at January 16, 2007 3:14 PM

Wow. Walmart had this opener before Christmas but I missed out before they sold out. One of the Walmart clerks told me they could be ordered online and that she had one and liked it, but "be sure to buy a lot of batteries..." I was just looking for a site to order one from and stumbled on this site--thank God--I think I will just buy a new electric opener. Thanks so much to all of you who reported your nightmares, and good luck to all of you getting your problem solved.


Posted by: Linda at January 10, 2007 3:24 PM

I started my order on TV Market Place web site. They placed my order WITHOUT showing the invoice. So, I was charged $8.95 for shipping and they did not ask for order confirmation. There was no way to cancel the order, either. I'm calling my credit card now to cancel the payment.


Posted by: BLM at January 2, 2007 8:45 PM

I want to thank all you folks who posted comments about the One Touch can opener!

I wanted to get one for a good friend whose hands hurt her when she tries to open or turn things. The One Touch seemed like such a great solution.

I'm so glad I first decided to look for reviews on the product before I bought/ordered one.

Again, thank you, everyone.

P.R.


Posted by: P.R. at December 29, 2006 4:36 AM

I completely agree!! It's junk. I've been having the same problem with the batteries dying after TRYING to open a can or two - then the can is stuck in the opener. I have yet been able to get it out. Think I will try the screwdriver technique. I'm taking it back to the store to get my money; even if I have to take it back with the can attached!! Don't waste your money!


Posted by: Patti at December 28, 2006 4:08 PM

When they advertise "No Shrp Edges" they are NOT telling the truth completly. Where it is true the LID has no sharp edges, the can ITSELF has a very sharp edge where the lid was cut off of. Even more danderious then having a sharp edge on the lid. Once you cut the lid off, folks usually just put that in the trash. Whereas the can itself will be handled a lot more then the lid ever was.


Posted by: 251-945-3278 at December 20, 2006 10:17 AM

My mother received one of these gadgets from my cousin as a gift because it looked like such a handy thing for people with arthritis. It opened two cans and then barely moved on the third can and couldn't finish. I replaced the batteries and it worked once. Also the company advertises no sharp edges on the lid, which is true but they conveniently say nothing about the sharp edge it leaves on the can. Dont buy it...


Posted by: Rory B at December 20, 2006 10:03 AM

This trash is so aggravating that after 6 good batteries and a few precious minutes you could almost open the can with your bare hands being so mad.Please don't buy this junk.


Posted by: Don F. at December 19, 2006 8:58 PM

This can opener is a piece of crap. Anyone that buys kitchen appliances off of TV Infomercials is a moron. Not only are you buying junk you don't need (i.e. a toaster oven that you can cram a turkey into), you are also paying about 3X what the product sells for at Kitchen Collection or Target.


Posted by: Ron Popiel at December 18, 2006 3:10 PM

Thanks for all the honest feedback. I am not going to bite!


Posted by: Max at December 13, 2006 8:38 PM

This is a piece of junk. I inserted new batteries and the opener only went about 2 inches around the can and stopped. It took me half an hour to get the damn thing off the can. I tried again with BETTER batteries and the same thing happened. It's going back to Canadian Tire tomorrow morning. DON'T BUY ONE OF THESE THINGS. THEY DON'T WORK!


Posted by: Puzzler at December 8, 2006 7:27 PM


If you have any record of me placing an order for a one touch can opener, please remove it. I am not interested in obtaining an opener. I am convinced that One Touch Can Opener is a fraud and a scam. The internet is loaded with complaints about you, your service and the opener. RJD


Posted by: Richard J. Danielsen at December 6, 2006 2:48 PM

Did anyone see this? This can opener looks dangerous!
www.onetouchreport.com


Posted by: Em at November 29, 2006 12:56 PM

I ordered a pair of can openers from the official TV site, and received a confirmation via email. Almost 2 months later, I'm still waiting. I can't get in touch with customer service even the non-toll free business number. If I could, I would cancel the order, if they even have it in their records. This is company is either incompetent or shady. Stay away!!!


Posted by: Rick H. Shima at November 19, 2006 2:34 PM

I bought it for my mother and had no problem receiving it. The only issue I have with it is when it runs out of power and it hasn't finish opening the can. The idiot that invented this should had added a "Release" button so I can remove the opener and change the batteries, or have the battery compartment ON TOP so I can change them.


Posted by: Ruben at November 15, 2006 3:48 PM

This thing is a piece of junk!!! My parents bought one because we have crippling hand defects, and thought this would be easier for us to use.What a joke. It took 5 mins to get the first can opened and un jammed. the 2nd can jammed half wat thru and we could not get it to release. So i called the company. evidently there is a screw that u have to remove when a can becomes jammed. hello if i coulda held the screw driver i wouldn't have needed the hands free can opener. so my 5 sec can opener has turned into a 20 min. per can ordeal. at least at this rate i'l lose the extra pounds by christmas. don't recomend it.


Posted by: Stacy at November 13, 2006 7:58 PM

I bought this product at Target, and was initially pleased with the opener. However after only opening 2-3 cans in several days, the batteries died and the can got stuck. After finally unjamming it by using the screwdriver and "release" screw -- that took 10 times longer than just using an electric can opener, when I removed the batteries, they were HOT. Thank you "friend of Diane" for explaining what happens to the batteries. I am VERY disappointed in this product. I guess the old saying if it sounds too good to be true, rings true. :-(


Posted by: kristine at November 11, 2006 11:58 AM

This is a huge sscam. I bought this at Bed, bath and Beyond. and It did not work the second time I used it. Even thugh I tried to reset it numerous times, it is defective, and it does not work. I want my money back.


Posted by: annette karan at October 27, 2006 10:53 AM

My manual can opener broke the day before I saw the infomercial. Thank you, everyone, for the honest posts. I will get another electric one.

Honny


Posted by: HonnyBrown at October 12, 2006 10:42 PM

Why don't you all just buy it at Linens'N Things??? Forget about ordering it online...


Posted by: MF at October 11, 2006 6:13 PM

My friend Diane was given a One Touch can opener as a gift. It didn't take long before she got a can jammed in the mechanism. She asked me if I could extricate the can from the opener as I am an engineer and love to play Mr. Fixit. After using a Dremel Tool and tin snips, I was able to remove enough of the can to remove the battery cover and then unbolt the cutting wheel and then remove the remainder of the jammed can.
Judy Walters above asked what happens when the battery dies during an opening. Well Judy... this is it! Also, when a can jams in the mechanism, the motor exhibits a condition called Stall Torque and the motor very quickly "kills" the batteries as it exhibits Stall Current which is probably 20 times greater than run current. And, since there is no "off switch," this current flows until the batteries are dead.
The opener is a cute gadget, but from an engineering point of view, it is destined to fail.


Posted by: Friend of Diane at October 1, 2006 4:53 PM

I couldn't believe this string. However, here is a conversation I had tonite with the online representative from the "One Touch" website. I was very troubled about this, as the string on this website warned.

Riley: Hello, Guest. Can I help you with anything today?
Guest: I have a troubling question. Is your website the one not sending out the can openers they have purchased? Do you know what I am talking about?
Riley: No I'm unaware of what you're talking about.
Guest: There are reviews I can give you a link to that talk about the "One Touch" website with the "deluxe one touch can opener" that is not sending out product. The string goes on to say there is only one website that has the deluxe model and that is the website not sending out product. If this is not so with your website, then I apologize for bringing it up.
Guest: Riley...you were typing a response twice, and now, where are you?
Notice: Riley exited session.


Posted by: Ed at September 20, 2006 10:18 PM

Thanks to all, I still want one but will watch where I buy it!! eBay has them but I haven't been able to find the more powerful "Deluxe" model anywhere other than the "Official" site. Any suggestions?? Any first hand reviews of the deluxe model?


Posted by: TedBMW at September 11, 2006 1:13 PM

I HAVE A QUESTION !? WHAT DO YOU WHEN THE BATTERIES GO DEAD AND IT HAS ONLY OPENED HALF
THE CAN ?


Posted by: JUDY WALTERS at August 23, 2006 2:19 PM

What a frustrating experience, Mike. It seems like thieves lurk everywhere these days. Who would've thought that someone would look to rob you over a can opener!

I did go ahead and order a One Touch through Amazon, received it within a few days, and it works great.

Thanks again to the folks here who saved me from learning a hard lesson.


Posted by: Bobbi at July 31, 2006 1:50 PM

These bozos charge me and so far haven't shipped me my 2 can openers, if i don't get my package in another week i going have call the bank and tell them i lost my card and have them sent me a new card.


Posted by: Mike at July 27, 2006 9:26 PM

The One-Touch is available, directly, from Amazon @ $19.98
Thanks to the posters who gave warning about where 'not' to order!


Posted by: Bobbi at July 17, 2006 10:20 PM

If you type "one touch opener" into Google, you'll see where there's different sites all claiming to be the official one...wait until it hits one of those "as seen on TV" stores...the product is not fake.


Posted by: PT at July 1, 2006 10:49 AM

If you type "one touch opener" into Google, you'll see where there's different sites all claiming to be the official one...what until it hits one of those "as seen on TV" stores...the product is not fake.


Posted by: PT at July 1, 2006 10:46 AM

I'm SURE glad I decided to check for customer reviews on the One Touch Can Opener after seeing the commercial on TV. You know, with the incredibly high cost of television commercial air time, you would think that companies would work hard to take care of the customers they get from the commercials. I understand that people use all kinds of methods to scam people, but it seems like there would be a less expensive (for the seller) way to conduct the scam. We're talking thousands and thousands of dollars for television advertising (affected, of course, by which stations and at what time of the day or night ads are aired). THANKS to all of the customers who were willing to take the time to post their experiences here. I'm truly sorry about all of the bad experiences you folks have had, but if more consumers would post reviews (good and bad) about the products they have purchased, perhaps the companies that don't provide what they advertise would be driven out of business due to lack of sales!


Posted by: CW Perry at June 28, 2006 1:43 PM

They also ripped me! I dont get it! I obviously ordered one but they ordered two on there own free will! this is a Lawsuit waiting to happen! what could we do to get our money back! They owe me half of 65 bucks! SCAM!


Posted by: Blake at June 28, 2006 7:59 AM

my boyfriend ordered this can opener for his mother and the company charged his credit card for $31.oo dollars and then again for $65.00!! For one can opener! This is a scam, so BEWARE!


Posted by: Andrea at June 27, 2006 7:22 PM

This company is a huge scam. I placed an order way back in May and never heard from this company. I cannot find any way to contact them as the link is broken. After reading here that others did not receive their orders, I ordered from somewhere else. Now they have finally charged me! What a scam. My bank won't refund the money becuase I authorized it, and they said they can basically use my account at any point in the future! They said normal policy is they can charge you at any point in the next six months, but it can be any time in the future if you give them your info!

WHat a frickin' scam.


Posted by: Lori at June 27, 2006 4:14 AM

I placed an order for 3 can openers on 6/8 and have not heard from them since. This post sound like a broken record. I tried to contact customer service, but on the web site all I got was "error on page" instead of customer service.


Posted by: Doug at June 24, 2006 9:51 PM

My credit card was debited $72.65 on 6/7/06 for three of the one touch can openers, and I have not received them. Please advise when they will be shipped or I will notify my credit card company that I want the charge to be stopped.


Posted by: Thomas Gilbert at June 13, 2006 11:04 AM

I, Placed an order on 5/19/06. I bought (2) can openers. ( one touch ). I, also got the up graded motors on both of them.. I've tried to track them ,,,, But no luck.. My order # 2006051905060189. The total of my order was $ 65.70.. Please let me know if this order has been processed,, ! Or Not!! Thank's Kyle J. Percle


Posted by: kyle Percle at June 8, 2006 5:09 PM

Just place the One Touch on top of the can, press the button and the can will be open in seconds. When cutting is complete just lift the One Touch off the can and the magnet will conveniently pick up the lid for you. It's that easy!


Posted by: One Touch Can Opener at May 19, 2006 11:00 PM

I just placed the order on different web site.


Posted by: As seen on Tv at May 19, 2006 8:03 PM

I've had the same problem. I've order twice and both times they said they never received the order, I definitely won't try to buy there again.


Posted by: Jake at May 10, 2006 1:54 PM

I have tried to order this thing at the One Touch website twice. Both times when I called Customer Service they said they never received the order. It seems they only have one person who answers the phone at Customer Service who has a difficult time understand and communicating. I definitely won't ever attempt to order anything from One Touch again.


Posted by: Marj at May 3, 2006 10:40 AM
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