|Product Dimensions||33.02 x 13.34 x 5.72 cm; 100 Grams|
|Special Features||Dishwasher Safe|
|Item Weight||100 g|
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Progressive 55223 Slice Mandoline, White/Green
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||33 x 13.3 x 5.7 centimetres|
|Item weight||0.1 Kilograms|
About this item
- The Prepworks Julienne and Slicer by Progressive allows you to julienne or slice ingredients to your desired thickness, by selecting from three different thickness settings with the slide of a button
- Ideal for use with a variety of foods including carrots, onions, zucchini, tomatoes, kiwifruit and apples
- Non-skid base ensures stability on the cutting surface and enables the slicer to be used directly over a bowl
- Features a slide down lock button for safe cleaning and storage, without blade exposure
- Protective finger guard enables you to grip ingredients safely with out the risk of fingers coming into contact with the blades
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Progressive julienne and slicer mandoline gives you the power to prepare food fa Slice potatoes for scalloped potatoes or kiwi for fruit salad then flip the knob to pop up the julienne blades and cut zucchini for stir-fry or carrots for garnish. The slicer's easy adjustment button allows you to select the perfect thickness for your task. Wider slicing surface will accommodate larger produce. Sliding button adjusts between three thicknesses: thin, medium and thick. Slide button down to lock for safe cleaning and storage. Angled blade provides more efficient food slicing. Non-skid base and ridges keep slicer stable on cutting surface and allow for use over a bowl. The materials used are ABS, POM, polypropylene, stainless steel and thermoplastic elastomer. It is dishwasher safe.
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Thoughtful Innovation for Every Cook
We create kitchen storage solutions and cooking tools to contribute to a healthier lifestyle while ensuring those solutions are budget friendly. Enjoy cooking from scratch with products that encourage using fresh ingredients, trying new recipes and entertaining friends and family.
Progressive International boasts over 40 years of thoughtfully innovating kitchen products essential to the everyday cook. What began as a small family of housewares products has grown into a collection of unique gadgets and tools dedicated to food preparation and storage.
As the kitchen is the heart of the home, our customers remain at the heart of what we do as an organization. At Progressive, our team is continually developing products intended to exceed the quality expectations of our customers.
Our Prep Solutions collection features innovative gadgets that will fit any lifestyle and budget at a great value.
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Unfortunately, there seems to be two design flaws in the thing. First, is that the mandolin has a lip at the very end so that anything you slice that is a large vegetable or fruit hits against the lip. Think sweet potatoes or cucumbers that you’re slicing lengthwise. Basically you can at most get an slice that’s 4-5 inches in length and then it starts to butt up against the lip of the mandolin and that’s as far as you can slice. With softer large fruits/veggies this may not be a problem as they’ll just curl and perhaps you can keep slicing but I tried it with sweet potatoes and it was a struggle. Ended up with many broken pieces.
The second flaw is that the adjustability mechanism for the thickness creates a sort of wedge shape that makes it so that the trailing edge of the fruit/veggie gets caught at that wedge. So even with an apple (!) which is nowhere near as hard as a potato, I would slice once and then grab the slice from underneath the mandolin me to free it from where it was stuck in between the blade and the adjustable plastic plate. Very frustrating. Obviously this is going back. Even with a standard Fuji Apple, I couldn’t do lengthwise cuts (on a quartered Apple) without the fruit getting stuck after each slice. I finally had to to do cross slices which was stupidly smaller than what I needed.
Shouldn’t be this hard. Returned.
Reviewed in the United States on 23 June 2018
Reviewed in the United States on 12 August 2020