Many of you will look at the £30 price tag and balk at the cost. You'll look at the other rave reviews of this glorious, shiny, heavenly device and wave them to one side remarking "It's only a garlic crusher, I can't see why it would be any better than my £5 one". You may even wear (not literally) your cheaper garlic press as a badge of honour as to how clever you were by not buying this one. But you'd be wrong. You'd be wrong every time you got annoyed at cleaning your cheap hunk of metal, or every time it got blocked up.
Soon you'd probably hate it, and you'd chuck it away then get another £5 garlic press. Possibly even giving a fleeting thought to those silly people with their Kuhn Rikon. £30, pah! I've spent another fiver.
But your cheapness won't win in the long run, you'll get through more and more awful garlic presses whilst we, the Kuhn Rikon owners, have our glorious One True Press - the press that will last us the rest of our lives (or until we move house and lose it). And we won't be stressed by cleaning it, and we know we can crush anything (garlic based) we throw at it. Over the years your stress will build up but you won't know why, all you know is that the more you cook the worse it gets. In the end it may even cost you your marriage. Save your marriage, get a Kuhn Rikon.