Coco Jack is a tool used to open coconuts.
The Coco Jack is a specialized tool that can be used to open both green and brown coconuts. The product includes a Coco Jack, a Coco Mallet, and a Coco Scoop. The Coco Jack is a metal ring with a handle that is placed on the top of a peeled green coconut and the Coco Mallet is used to hammer the jack into the coconut, creating a hole in the top. The Coco Mallet can also be used to hammer open brown coconuts, and the Coco Scoop can be used to remove the flesh from inside the coconut.
Latin America & the Caribbean, United States, Africa, and Europe
14.95 – 88.95 USD
There are several other coconut mallets and scoops available from online retailers.
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Untrained individuals and households
This product is mass produced in the United States.
50,000 Interview with representative
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The Coco Jack is a stainless steel device with a handle and a loop on the end that is placed on the top of a peeled green coconut. The Coco Mallet is a rubber mallet that is used to hammer the jack into the coconut, or can be used to hammer open a brown coconut. The Coco Scoop is a metal scoop with a handle that is used to scoop out the insides of a coconut.
The Coco Jack, Coco Mallet, and Coco Scoop can be bought separately.
1 year. The Coco Jack and Coco Mallet come with a lifetime warranty.
The manufacturer specifies that the Coco Jack set can be used to open a coconut in 3 to 15 seconds. The average user can easily open 4 coconuts in one minute. Interview with representative
No third-party organizations, only testing performed by the designer.
Over-hammering may cause the coconut to break or explode. There is a risk of injury if the Coco Jack slips or is used improperly.
Complementary systems include the Coco Mallet and the Coco Scoop.
Divya Pranathi, N. and Neeraja, T., 2019, Ergonomic Evaluation and Refinement of Manually Operated Tender Coconut Punching Tools, Thesis, Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Guntur, India.
Roshni, T., Jippu, J., Ratheesh, C.S., Sachin, J. and Sreevisakh, K. L., 2009, Development of a Household Coconut Punch-cum-Splitter, Agricultural Engineering International: the CIGR Ejournal. Manuscript.
The Coco Jack is made out of 100% Food Safe Stainless Steel. The mallet head is made out of 100% food safe plastic.
Testing is done by the manufacturer, simulating 1,000 coconut openings using real coconuts. Interview with representative
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