Benriner Japanese Mandoline Slicer, Green
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- Mandoline slicer with heavy duty plastic body and 3 blades for consistently thin slicing
- Standard flat blade can be adjusted for thickness
- Fine-toothed blade for elegant vegetable garnishes; medium-toothed blade great for stir fry ingredients; coarse-toothed blade for chunky cuts
- Comes equipped with safety device, so fingers stay safe
- Hand washing recommended; made in Japan
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Top Customer Reviews
Two drawbacks though:
1. The safety guard is a joke. It doesn't hold the veggies very well and is a pain to use effectively...which means I usually don't use it. I've cut my fingers on this mandolin twice now, which isn't bad for two years of regular useage, but I don't like the sight of blood so I'll leave it as a major detractor. Luckily for me, I cut myself on the julienne part and not the actual wide slicer. In other words, my finger meat was left shredded but intact. Whew!
2. The metal parts rust. Yep. They rust. Hence the reason I am now shopping around for another slicer. Don't know yet if I'll get another Benriner. Might look into the Bohn.
Apparently Benriner realized the metal parts rusted because their mandolins now come with plastic screws to hold the julienne blades in place and to adjust the thickness level.
I have a Bron stainless steel mandoline, whcih costs well over $100 more but the Benriner is what I turn to again and again.
I buy these by the case from quickspice and sell them to friends.
One note. Alway, always, always where a glove. Mandolins are famous for slicing fingers. i use the blue rubber coated ones, again, you could spend more for one designed for cut protection but I find the blue rubber coated gloves to work just fine.
I've had mine for 6 years now, and still LOVE it. There is nothing that rusts, and the tightening screws for the comb blades are brass and work exceptionally well, and blades are meant to be replaceable. This makes quick work of salad mix, cole slaw, matchstick potatoes or carrots, or a sandwich-making tray of perfect, thin, even slices of tomato, onion rounds, pickle slices, for easy self-serve burgers or sandwiches, buffet style or for lunchboxes. Lastly, it allows me to slice or shred ingredients over a bowl or frypan without getting out the cutting board. I came back to Amazon to find a replacement blades because after 6 years of constant use, the blades are starting to dull. That's considerably better mileage than a food processor, and much easier to use, clean, store, and buy in the first place.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super sharp blade, minimal size, stores easily in the kitchen. I've had other models of mandoline slicers that are big, bulky, and have dull blades. Read morePublished 47 minutes ago by Shaun Tolnay
I love love love this. It's super easy to use, clean, and adjust the height of the base in relation to the blade. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Miki Hayashi
This is an awesome slicer, it saves me so much time. I upgraded from a cheaper mandolin that I used for a couple years. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Brandon S.
I do like this slicer. It does a pretty good job. Not like the 120 dollar ones . but I can live with that.Published 19 hours ago by bingo two
This is a great little tool for tossing into my knife bag for work or when I'm going to be in an unfamiliar kitchen where I don't know what I'll have to work with. Read morePublished 3 days ago by JY
This slicer is good, but a little small. The bigger size is perfect, but don't come with the container.Published 3 days ago by TuHoa N.