Some styles of tin openers do not open this can.
Perfect size for one portion, but the more modern tin opener which cuts the top off the tin does not open these cans, so unusable for us unless we go and buy a traditional tin opener.
Lovely size for one, usual top Princes quality, ni
Lovely size for one, usual top Princes quality, nice in a sandwich, but I like it cut into little cubes with TESCO veg mash, sprouts n carrots. Great easy meal for one.
great size for hash
great size for hash
Bought this as I the thought it was a ready made pie due to the picture :( what a shock, the size of the contents are not even enough to make one.
Easy to open with tin opener It is tiny but good
Easy to open with tin opener It is tiny but good quality cornbeef
This tin is easy to open with a can opener. Gone a
This tin is easy to open with a can opener. Gone are the days of struggling with a silly key that always breaks.
lovely corned beef in a very handy sizers no waste
lovely corned beef in a very handy sizers no waste!
Easy opening can needed!
Zero stars! What is the point of a product you can't open?! Had to use a large sharp knife and a hammer! Once open the contents were 5*
Can't open with an opener which cuts the side.
The corned beef was OK, but getting into the tin was not enjoyable. The side of the tin slopes inwards a bit from the point where a tin opener engages, so the kind of opener which cuts the side of the tin didn't work properly. It put some deep scratches in the side, though, and might have let air in at one or 2 small points. To open this you need the kind of old-fashioned opener which cuts through the end of the can rather than the side.
Impossible to open the can!
I had to return my two tins of corned beef because unlike every other can of corned beef these have no key to open them. I assume you are supposed to use a tin opener. I tried for AGES and even resorted to a hacksaw but gave up when it looked like too much metal filings were going to get in and contaminate the meat. Why doesn't this size have a key opening like every other can of corned beef? And if you don't want to put a key on then at least make the rim thin enough or whatever the problem was so that it can be opened by a tin opener. My tin opener is a culinaire magican (bought in Tesco) and it opens every other can I need so it is definitely a problem with the tin not the opener.