Mine looks just like this, after breaking two of them in succession (just snapped and I wasn't even pressing so excessively hard!), we made sure the 3rd one was made of stainless steel. the inside comes apart separately, so it is also easy to clean. Paid more than double than the other ones (€11), but it was well worth the price. I would like to master one day the art of smashing the clove with the side of a knife blade, though...
No, I no longer own a garlic press, was not worth the mess, I use a lot of garlic, I raise about 500 bulbs a season. And I have re-thought the concept of mincing, life is too short to mince, I now chunk.
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