Joseph Joseph's Smasher is not your ordinary potato masher.
With its spring-loaded handle and a cup at the base designed to hold the potato firmly in place, this gadget is engineered to take your potato mashing to another level.
Let's do this.
$16 at Joseph Joseph.
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