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Bamboo Board with Cheese Slicer


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  • Bamboo Board
  • Cheese slicer for soft cheeses at room temperature
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Product Description

Bamboo Board with Cheese Slicer. Slice soft cheeses that have reached room temperature with the Swissmar Bamboo Board with Cheese Slicer.


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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Disappointed Jan. 6 2008
By Karen Walker - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this cheese slicer as a replacement for a similar one that had simply worn out. I am very disappointed with the performance. I should have purchased a board with a wire cutter - the blade is too heavy on this one. I cannot get a clean cut without mashing any of the cheeses we have attempted to slice.Swissmar Bamboo Board w/Cheese Slicer BladeBamboo Cheese Board with Slicer by Swissmar.
Poor cutter Feb. 10 2008
By M. Jagemann - Published on Amazon.com
I had an old wire splicer board that broke - I found this on online and liked the look of it. When I received it and opened the blade it had a bow in it due to how it is fastened to the handle. This caused it to cut very inconsistently. After the third use the blade broke because of how much force is required to push the blade through cheese. The board itself looks very nice. This product would be great if it used a wire and not a blade. If you are used to a wire cutter do not buy this product - you will be disappointed.
Cut the cheese Jan. 13 2009
By yenom reeb - Published on Amazon.com
This is a poor design. The blade bends under the pressure and will eventually break. The blade pulls excessive cheese debris down into the blade-groove making it hard to clean. This product looks good but really cannot even "cut the cheese."
Five Stars Oct. 15 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Awesome, thanks!