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Borner V Slicer

Latest review: I have wanted the Borner V Slicer for years because I have numbness with 2 of my fingers little one and the next finger. I couldn't cut strait at all carrots onions tomatoes, I tried so hard to cut

Kleva Sumo Slicer

Latest review: Used my Sumo Slicer for first time today and very disappointed, 1st could not get it to stick to bench top or any other surface. (glass/smooth oven top or wooden board) Whilst holding it down with an

Danoz Speed Slicer

Latest review: Bought one that looks exactly like this one, but not from Danoz. Mine has adjustable blade height knob and a pop-up julienne blades knob underneath the slicer - not mentioned in the Danoz ad. Found

Kuhn Rikon Quick Slice Julienne Mandoline

Latest review: This is great design, sharp, safe, easy to use and clean - I can't imagine why anyone would buy a mechanical one, especially after looking at some of the

Ritter Food Slicer Markant 01

Latest review: I bake loaves in a bread machine once or twice a week. Until I bought this slicer about 6 months ago I had pretty poor results trying to slice bread, particularly fresh bread, with a bread knife.

Joseph Joseph Tri Peeler

Latest review: Pros: 4 products in one Great space saver Dishwasher safe Cons: Very VERY shape, be careful when using. Depending from person to person, some people might be use to using a straight peeler

Progressive Prepwork Thin Apple Slicer

Latest review: If you don't need to slice a lot of apples then this is not for you. I cook for an elderly person who loves stewed apples so I am often peeling, coring and slicing apples. You still need to peel the

Ikea Chosigt

Latest review: I have two of these things. A good grater is essential as we are nursing a dog with cancer, and need to grate some exotic ingredients for her dinner every night. Her raw ginger is stored and used for

Victorinox Rex

Latest review: This Swiss made all metal peeler with a carbon steel blade is a very, very good peeler. However it is not the best. The best peeler I have ever had is my recently deceased all metal Japanese made

Joseph Joseph Shred Line

Latest review: Pros: Single high quality piece of stainless steel easy to wash. Compact and space saving. Easy and safe to use. Slick and modern design Cons: Need more spikes so you can grate

Microplane Classic Series Premium Zester / Grater

Latest review: As many have found, Microplane is great, better than many graters before. But it is not durable. Don't know whether it is planned obsolescence. Mine disintegrated after a few years (using about

Savannah Potato Chipper

Latest review: Got this as a gift, used it one time and it cut one potato using all my strength. Broke on the next one. It was a gift, not what I was envisioning but I gave it a try. I’ll go buy a good o

Cuisena Mini Hand Grater

Latest review: It is easy to use for vegetables and cheese. The grated material doesn't spill everywhere so you have no mess to clean up, unlike many others which have to container. Easy to use, cheap. Watch you

Avon Veggie Spiral Slicer

Latest review: Your able to add Variety and Color and more Health to any meal,especially pastas and Spaghettis and Stirfries,quickly.Colors of carrot,zucchini,orange potatoes and more are attractive to children.

Jamie Oliver Fine / Coarse Grater Set

Latest review: I have been using both the coarse and fine grater for a couple of months and I find them easy to use. The graters look good quality and work well. They are slightly bent but once you get used

Kleva Swifty Slicer

Latest review: I purchased 2 of these slicers and also purchased the OXO brand slicer. The swifty slicer is flimsy and does not have a usable grater, the saftey holder does not pack inside the unit, made from cheap

Microplane 4-Sided Box Grater

Latest review: Wouldn't happily recommend. Tried grating 5 potatoes & the plastic snapped. It also needs to be stronger! Very very very sharp! Trust me. My finger slipped & ended up needing my finger

Joseph Joseph Prism Box Grater

Latest review: The item looks good and you would think it would do the task as advertised. While in fact it It does grate and collect it in its container, most of the food /cheese other does not go into the

Veleka Multi Purpose Slicer

Latest review: In the category of "seemed like a good idea at the time" I used my wire egg slicers to slice mushrooms. This worked the first few times but in the end some of the mushrooms stalks proved a bit tough

Chef'n Pull'n Slice

Latest review: I bought this thinking it would make my kitchen life easier, but wrong! It is fiddly to put together, doesn't slice or grate well and taking it apart for cleaning is a nuisance for the little work

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