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Nicer Dicer


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  • One Step precision cutting
  • Genius products are German Designed and European Manufactured
  • It Dices, Juliennes and Chops
  • The perfect tool for every meal you prepare
  • Put a genius to work for you


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 6.2 x 4.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000HEBCEM
  • Item model number: ND05RT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,569 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Nicer Dicer model number ND05RT is a one step Precision Cutting tool it Dices,Juliennes and Chops. The perfect tool for every meal you prepare.The 7 Piece set includes 1-28 blade cutter,1-14 blade cutter,1-Base(White),2-Containers,2-Lids for Containers,1-Recipe book.

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Customer Reviews

Tomatoes must be really firm to dice them.
John W. Parsons
I would recommend a Nicer Dicer with only the small caution about the "dice" and "julienne" realities on larger pieces of food.
pianeciamo
WARNING - if you do not buy the Nicer Dicer directly from the Nicer Dicer company, they will NOT honor the warrantee.
A. Mayers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. King on May 30, 2007
I would never have bought this product if I saw the infomercial, but my mother-in-law did. The ad makes it look kind of cheap. But I got to try it at my MIL's house and I was impressed enough to buy one of my own. I was making a dip that called for diced onions and tomatoes; MIL took the vegetables out of my hand and put them in the Nicer Dicer. I was scared she was going to mash my tomatoes, but they came out in perfect tiny dice (apparently, though, when slicing an end of a tomato, you have to put the skin against the base and the flesh against the blade of the dicer or it will mash).

MIL also used this to dice potatoes for potato salad, and says she used it for eggs (egg salad), apples (Waldorf salad), carrots, cucumbers, and even lettuce with very good results.

Reviews I have read on other sites said the ND was difficult to clean, but I found it very easy to clean--you just push up the bottom of the base and any trapped veggie goo is pushed out and rinses right off.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Mayers on July 24, 2007
This is great for cutting potatoes. However, I use onions in several meals a week, and after only a few uses, one of the blades started coming loose, bending, and cutting into the plastic cutting board below. I was no longer able to effectively use my Nicer Dicer.
However, the booklet says it has a 5 year warrantee. So I sent it back to the company.
WARNING - if you do not buy the Nicer Dicer directly from the Nicer Dicer company, they will NOT honor the warrantee.
The quality of the product does not match the price! Buyer Beware!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By LAH on September 3, 2007
While this works fine for onions and peppers and some herbs - it is a DISASTER with midwest, garden-fresh, juicy tomatoes. What a mess; and yes, I did the recommended wetting the blade and had the skin the correct orientation. I had some success using the less juicy Roma tomatoes but the clean up after any tomatoes is just too much work....back to my knife for salsa and bruschetta prep.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Kalinine on June 11, 2008
I have found that using this product is really only effective IF you use the freshest ingredients. For example, if you have an onion that has been sitting in your kitchen for a while, you may have challenges using it, due to the tough layers of the onion. I use only fresh fruits and veggies and I have absolutely no problems.

I love how quickly it cleans up, too! I've had mine for more than a year now and I use it all the time. When I need some chopped onions, I use my dicer to dice the whole onion, remove what I need for my recipe and freeze the rest of the chopped onion in a zip-lock baggie. It's perfect for helping with the prep work.

I highly recommend this product!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Norma Miller on June 16, 2008
I have had a nicer dicer for several years and I love it. Many of the problems people mention I have experienced but if you play with it you will figure it out. Everything I put in at first was too big. Cut smaller chunks before trying to dice. If you don't want the long strips, do your initial slices thinner then stack them when putting them on the dicer. I have no problems with tomatoes if I make sure the meat side is up and skin down. They are juicy so I put a dish rag under it and then just rinse it out when finished with juicy items. This weekend we used it for dicing sweet potatoes. Slice thick "chips" and them dice those...worked great. Hope this helps some of you that have one in their cabinet and have given up on using it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 22, 2007
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Good product, easy to use. Cutting blades are not too good. OK with onions but not with tomatoes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Heinz on July 15, 2008
Hi Everyone, I was so disappointed in the Nicer Dicer, the first thing I wanted to do is write this review to spare you a financial loss.

I was amazed at the commercials to see how fast food items could be chopped. Personally, I hate food prep, so anything to speed it up would be a god send!

First time use, I was cutting up orange bell peppers (capiscums) using the smaller finer blades (tiny squares), and I decided to save some time, so I stacked up 3 of them. I guess there was something wrong with the bell peppers, because not all of them went through. I thought to myself, maybe I can poke them out, but decided to give it 1 more whirl. So I pressed really hard to force it through, then boink... 2 of the blades popped out, and warped out 2 others holding it.

It seems the blades simply rest on each other, and aren't really "joined". I can't imagine being able to do a hard freshly cut potato. Making french fries with the chance of metal bits, um, good bye potato.

I'm going to see if I can get a replacement for the smaller bladed dicer part. But be warned, if the item is not soft, don't do it. If it get's stuck, don't force it through.

Honestly for first time use, I would think 3 bell peppers cut with a knife into small chunks, then stacked on each other in the dicer circle should be able to get diced. Bell peppers are soft and flat, aren't they?

Anyhoo, watch out! I'm going to use the big bladed one as that is all I can use now. So just tomatoes, mushrooms, and cucumbers in that thing, but the pieces are awefully big for my spaghetti sauce. I like them small. OH well... here's hoping for a replacement part.

Overall, *not* recommended. Unless you're just cutting up tomatoes and mushrooms, I think you're good to go. I wish I could have used the smaller blades to cut my tomato's... Geez, I can't imagine what an apple would do to it. [To afraid to try less breaking the other bigger dicer part]
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