Kyocera Adjustable Mandolin Slicer, Black
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- Rust proof
- Lightweight and easy to use
- Dishwasher safe
- Corner notches fit the slicer on top of bowls
- Includes a hand guard to keep hands and fingers safe; cleans up easily in the dishwasher
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Kyocera's perfect mandolin for every day use. Turn of the dial you can adjust your thickness from .5 mm to 3 mm. Food glides effortlessly across the ceramic blade for perfect slices every time. Corner notches fits well over bowls. Great for storage. Includes a hand guard to keep hands and fingers safe; cleans up easily in the dishwasher.
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Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, more cost and trouble to return than value of product.
The blade is very sharp and has no problems slicing less dense and soft produce such as tomatoes and onions.
As for dense produce like a turnip, you have to use a fair amount of force which in turn starts to deform the slicer.
I have relagated its use strictly for quick sandwhich preparation.
Easy to clean and store.
A decent buy if under $20.
Was wavering between 3 and 4 stars .
Most recent customer reviews
With no fuss you can slice vegetables, very handy. I prefer the slicer with the non-adjustable blade to this adjustable blade though.Published 8 months ago by mary
Awesome slicer. Nothing else can make slices this thin. See through potato slices, cucumber slices so thin, just amazingPublished 8 months ago by Kermitscash
I just love it! Easy to use and SO practical.
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Ok product. You get what you pay for here. Know that. No problem with item. Just not quite the quality I would like. But that would be a price thing.Published 23 months ago by Laurel Schwab
Love this product, it works. The blade is so sharp, and the thickness adjustment is working well even for the thinness setting.Published on Aug. 24 2013 by AW
Sounded like a good idea but it is actually fairly useless I have gone back to a very simple non adjustable and a knifePublished on Aug. 17 2013 by busbudgie