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Hoffritz Stainless-Steel Mandoline Slicer

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  • Mandoline slices and shreds potatoes and other vegetables
  • Includes cutting slide, stainless-steel bowl, plastic lid, and four slicers
  • Slicers include thin slice, thick slice, julienne, and french-fry cutter
  • Safe to use in dishwasher
  • Lifetime limited warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004RHNF
  • Item model number: HF85116
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,082 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description


This professional mandoline slicer for slicing and shredding potatoes and other vegetables comes with everything you need: a 4-quart stainless-steel bowl, a plastic storage lid, four interchangeable cutting blade cartridges, and a cutting slide with a safety guard. Just slide in the cartridge you need--thin slice, thick slice, julienne (1/8-inch), or french-fry cutter (1/4-inch)--press the safety guard with sharp prongs onto the end of the vegetable, and slice away. The safety guard rests on side rails over the blade so your hand can't slip, and the entire cutting slide apparatus snaps onto the top of the bowl. The stainless-steel bowl has four rubber grippers underneath so it won't slide while you're slicing. Pop the plastic storage lid on top and put leftovers in the fridge. Every part of the mandoline slicer, including the cutting blades, is dishwasher-safe. Lifetime limited warranty. --Doree Armstrong

Product Description

HF85116 Features: -Cutting slide features a protective finger guard.-Dishwasher safe. Includes: -Set includes 4 interchangeable stainless steel blades for creating thick or thin slices. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 0.92" H x 1.73" W.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to use, easy to clean.
Hayden Hess
A small potato gets stuck inside the socket and it's a bit difficult to push it down as you slide the holder along the rails.
Joanna Daneman
The blade is not sharp enough.
M. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

464 of 474 people found the following review helpful By V.Campisi on May 18, 2000
I really think Hoffritz is missing the boat by not selling this slicer in an infomercial. This is one kitchen gadget that really works. One feature that sets it apart is the stainless steel bowl that the slicer portion sits on. It is high quality and nearly worth the price of the slicer by itself. The rubber feet on the bottom of the bowl are effective in their designed use to prevent the bowl from wandering on the countertop as one uses the slicer on top of it. A feature that the Amazon description did not mention is the rack which holds all the blades, protecting both one's fingers and the blades. I get perfectly uniform slices of carrots and zuchini and potatoes with ease and the food holder even rides on a pair of rails on top so it can not slip off. A surprising aspect of using this slicer is that it actually makes food go further because once you see the pile of slices you can get from , for example, just one carrot , you may decide you don't want to use two. If you do slice more than you need which is easy to do because it is almost fun, the handy plastic cover snaps onto the bowl and will protect the contents well in the fridge. Hoffritz has been reknowned for fine quality blades for many years and the slicer is blessed with durable and sharp ones. Most of all this thing just oozes quality and is very satisfying and efficient to use. Factor in the time savings and how easy it is to clean , just a quick rinse usually does it although the whole thing is diswasher safe and you have great addition to any kitchen.
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302 of 311 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Willow on August 28, 2000
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I used to be a chef, and I always used professional mandolinsin the kitchen, but I've never wanted to shell out [the money] to buy one for myself. I was so excited to see great reviews for a cheap mandolin-type slicer. But...
THIS PRODUCT IS CHEAP, FLIMSY, DIFFICULT TO USE, AND WASTEFUL. I tried on three occasions to slice tomates, oranges, and julience carrots. The tomatoes tore, the oranges stuck on the bottom of the slicer, and the carrots stuck in the blade.
Furthermore, the product is not nearly as safe as it seems. Because the blade is horizontal, rather than angled, it takes much more force to push the food across the blade than on a traditional or Japanese mandolin. Using the hand protector is clumsy and you have little control over the food, but if you don't use it, you run a serious risk of cutting yourself.
Buy this at your own risk. Perhaps I'm spoiled after using the real thing, but I recommend saving the money to buy a real mandolin. If you must have a mandolin, but don't want to spend the money, buy a Japanese mandolin, lay the bottom on a damp towel or a rubber jar opener, and slice away from yourself. Happy Cooking.
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113 of 115 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 22, 2000
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This provides a convenient way to slice fruits and vegetables. The blades supplied provide a medium and thin slice width (only the two fixed thicknesses), plus french-fry and thin julliene blades. The blade is sharp enough to make easy work of fruit & vegetables, and it produces very consistent slices for a gratin or french fries.The bowl upon which it snuggly rests conveniently catches all the sliced results. I've taken to leaving it on the counter with the medium slice blade attached, and use it for everyday onion, carrot and celery slicing. It takes only a little more effort to clean than the kitchen knife and cutting board I would use instead; and lots easier to clean than the food processor. (If I didn't leave it out, I might find the knife would win out for most small cutting.)
The unused blade holder doesn't hold the unused blades very snuggly at all. They rattle around and tumble out every time I move it.
Unfortunately, when mine arrived, it had what I assume was a manufacturing defect, in the form of an extra plastic bump, that prevent me from inserting the blades properly. This mostly caused confusion (and ample opportunity to grab it by that really sharp blade while wrestling with it!) I had to use a bench file to clear the path, but once fixed, it worked fine. I hope this was a rarity and just my bad luck.
Note that "stainless steel" refers to the blade and the bowl only, not the rest of the working parts, which are plastic.
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79 of 79 people found the following review helpful By William Bahrt on November 21, 2001
I cook not only for my family, but for groups of 20 to 40 people at a time. And, although I have not used my mandolin slicer for a long time, I have to say this slicer is very good; worth much more than what they charge for it.
First, the good news. It is sharp as well it should be. The user must be very careful on how they use it, as you could easily injure yourself badly. It is easy to use and cuts the vegetables very well. It saves a lot of time in the cooking process and it is very easy to clean up. The chrome bowl with the rubber feet that hold it to the counter top is one of its really great features. Then, the plastic top that comes with the bowl is a good assist as well.
Now for the bad news. It advertises that you can julienne and make french fries; I have difficulty with this. The french fry cutter produces a product that is thinner than I am used to; sort of "wimpy" if you ask me (and you have). The julienne cutter cuts vegetables in the way it is supposed to, but the product is not a healthy julienne product, but instead a very light string that is good for light salads and garnishes. It does not make a solid julienne for vegetables that need to be cooked. This shortcoming, I feel is very important. A good julienne should be about 3/16 wide, and this is much thinner.
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