|Product Dimensions||9.65 x 44.7 x 18.03 cm; 1.54 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.54 kg|
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OXO Good Grips 2.0 Chef's Mandoline Slicer
- 17 different cutting options
- Japanese stainless steel blade
- Includes practical waste holder
- Soft, non-slip handle provides a comfortable grip
- Textured runway prevents food from sticking and parallel surfaces create even slices without wedging
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Prep like a chef without needing professional knife skills or a knife at all with this Oxo Good Grips Chef's Mandoline Slicer. Indicator window clearly displays Thickness setting from above in inches and millimeters. Spring-loaded food holder features a wide rim to protect fingers and stores on underside of mandolin.
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I set it up to cut chips according to the manual, cut a sweet potato in half (with a kitchen knife) and began;.
Unfortunately the product is so badly designed that it actually takes just as long or longer to chop up the food
I expected to be able to slide the the exposed part of the halved sweet potato over the blades with minimal effort. WRONG! I actually had to ask my husband to try it because the blade/s are SO BLUNT you need a lot of force to execute the slicing.
Also, the the Grip (or guard) used to hold the vegetable while slicing has protruding spikes for piercing and holding the vegetable inside it BUT they are so far apart that it can only be relied on to "spike and hold large diameter vegetables. In other words it's NOT going to hold carrots or similar sized veg and as the vegetable gets smaller (if you can even get that far on the blunt blade) it becomes too small / narrow to be held by the spikes. This means you have to cut most of the vegetable with a knife anyway or waste it.
The other issue with the grip / guard is that it is spring loaded presumably to expose more vegetable to the blade as you continue to slice. UNFORTUNATELY this just had the sweet potato half shooting violently out of the grip every time I raised it up to re-position it at the top of the mandolin (because the blunt blade meant a smooth back and forth action to complete the slicing/chopping is impossible). My toddler came up to me in the kitchen and very nearly got hit in the head by the flying potato and was only saved from concussion by my husband's quick reaction time.
I'm so disappointed in this product. I'll be returning it.
Oh well the replacement came and cut through the first carrot quite well....then the second one went through it and pop.....the exact same problem occurred. This is the very worst mandoline design I have ever seen. Getting the blade out when it’s popped is lethal. If you don’t wear the safety gloves and it pops you are likely to get sliced badly.
Look at a cheaper brand, at least you won’t be wasting so much money on one if it does go.