Bonzer Announces a Lifetime of Hassle Free Can Opening with Its New Lifetime Warranty!

When you see a red knob in the kitchen, you know it’s an iconic Bonzer can opener, the market leader in professional tin openers, and has been for nearly a century!

From the 1st July 2023 every Bonzer can opener will come with a Lifetime Warranty. This will make UK chefs very happy indeed.

Brave you may think? Mitchell & Cooper are that confident in the top-quality design and manufacturing expertise they pour into Bonzer, that they are willing to guarantee it for life!

Bonzer’s green credentials are seemingly endless, but we must let you know that they really are easy to repair, with a full list of spares available. All parts are sourced in the UK and built in Mitchell & Cooper’s family-owned UK factory, which enables Bonzer to continually strive towards net zero.

Speaking of the warranty, Kat Cooper, Project Director at Mitchell &Cooper, whose family business has manufactured the famous Bonzer range since 1927, said:

“Mitchell & Cooper is 144 years old and our iconic,  Bonzer can opener is 96. To reflect the upcoming milestone of the iconic Bonzer can opener being 100 in 4 years’ time, we thought it was time to offer a lifetime warranty. We know how much the Bonzer is loved. It’s the ultimate chefs’ best friend and Bonzer is the green warrior in our portfolio. We couldn’t be prouder of it.

“However, there’s another reason and it’s something that sums up who we are. The Bonzer typifies the way we do business and the way we manufacture. Every Bonzer can opener is:

“In a world that’s always trying to sell you more stuff we want to be different,” Kat went on. “We’re committed to changing the way we work with and supply the food service industry, from buying for the short term to buying once.

“When we buy once we build deeper connections with the things we own. When it gets ‘old’ we don’t throw it away – we restore it or fix it. Just like we restored a 70-year-old Bonzer can opener that had been found in the Antarctic having gone out with a British expedition in 1944. We replaced a few parts and it’s now as good as new and on display in a museum about the base where it was found. Incredible, but true and sustainability at its very best!”

Photo credit: John Blackwell