|Package Dimensions||42.2 x 13.5 x 11.5 cm; 440 Grams|
|Item Weight||440 g|
Zyliss E900044U Handheld Slicer, 13", White/Red
- High-grade serrated stainless steel blade creates perfectly uniform slices and julienne strips quickly and easily
- Slide lever allows for easy adjustment of slicing thickness
- Julienne blade ready for use with the push of a button
- Wide slicing surface accommodates larger produce
- Angled ergonomic handle and non-slip feet for ease of use
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The Zyliss 2-in-1 Handheld Slicer takes the premium features of a mandoline-type slicer and provides ease of a quick-use handle to safely slice produce. This handheld slicer offers two blades and multiple slicing options. A sharp angled serrated blade cleanly slices onions, zucchini, tomatoes and citrus fruits. The second julienne blade is to julienne carrots, potatoes and apples. The Zyliss 2-in-1 Handheld Slicer offers multiple slicing options for uniform slices and julienne cuts. Switch between slicing and julienne with the simple push of a button. Slide the red thickness selector lever up and down to easily move between slicing thicknesses: ultra-thin, thin, and medium size slices. Versatile use
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When not trying to amputate body parts, this tool is easy to use, nice to hold, the adjustments stay at their setting, the popup julienne blades written well, and it washed eassily. Yay it's dishwasher safe. Replacement blades would have been nice, but i suspect this one blade will last. Unknown to me before receiving it, the blade is serated, and not a straight edge.
To illustrate the potential danger, view my mistake: