Mashing potatoes isn’t as easy as it looks. You need the right tool. Large spoons don’t really get the job done because you basically have to mash them against the side of the pot and other tools aren’t much better. Smood is the world’s best potato masher. It makes smooth mash in seconds, scrapes the pot clean and serves all in 1. The secret is all in the design. As you push down, it effortlessly creates a smooth mash by trapping food and forcing it through the thin gaps between the collapsing stainless-steel spring coils – creating smooth fluffy mash in just one press.
The Smood masher not only works great on potatoes, but it also is perfect for mashing up avocados to make guacamole, mashing up fruit like bananas for baby food, or for use on various other foods like pumpkin, berries, broccoli, cauliflower, and a whole lot more.
Delivery & Payments
Delivery is free for all items Australia wide.
Where we ship to
We ship to anywhere in Australia.
Orders can be tracked online. A tracking number will be provided after the product has been dispatched.
Estimated delivery time
This will differ depending on where you live (items are dispatched from Sydney). Deliveries are done Monday to Fridays. Delivery time estimates can be found here .
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, American Express and Apple Pay.
Is GST and other costs included in the price?
Price is inclusive of GST and all other charges.
Returns & Warranty
We have a 30-day return policy for the Smood Potato Masher. To return, the masher cannot be used or show any evidence of being used. This is due to hygiene reasons.
The Smood is subject to a standard 6 month full-replacement warranty for any manufacturing defects.
For item returns or warranty service, please contact us.
Can it be used to masher food other than potatoes?
Absolutely. You can use it to mash pumpkin, avocado for guacamole and even bananas for baby food.
How many times do you have to press to make smooth mash potato?
One time is all you really need. If you want a finer texture, then a couple more mashes would make it very smooth.