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Joie Simply Slice Strawberry Slicer
|Price:||$5.25 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Creates perfectly even strawberry slices
- Equipped with 7 blades for slicing
- Blades are constructed of sturdy stainless steel
- Ideal for cakes, pies and garnishes
- Not dishwasher safe; hand wash recommended
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Items I've used:
1. Karate - this worked well enough for the really huge strawberries...but rather than coming up with sliced berries, I'd say they were more like halved berries. It also gave me sweet, juicy, red hands as karate chops are similar to blunt force trauma if you're a strawberry...not a very clean cut at all.
b. Paper - I figured if paper can cut a finger, it should sure as hell be able to handle a damn strawberry. Well...all of those tiny seeds act as a sort of strawberry armor and the paper dulled immediately. Also, on occassions I was able to avoid any seeds, the paper would become soggy and I'd have paper goop in my berry bowl when all was said and done. Sure, that's extra fiber for one's diet, but personally, I'm very, VERY regular without it.
III. Hammer - I do not recommend using hammers to slice strawberries. I've tried multiple sizes and styles and had the following results...
- ballpeen hammer - the smaller size of the striking portion of a ballpeen hammer seemed like a legit option on larger berries. I ended up smashing a hole in the center of the berry and ended up with what one might describe as a donut-looking strawberry and quite a mess. A lot of the berry was turned into mush.
- Rubber Mallet - this s*** didn't work at all, unless you like your sliced strawberries on the really pulpy and juicy side.
- Sledgehammer - this bad boy could slice a bunch of berries at one time, but the results were a larger mess than the rubber mallet.Read more ›
I like that all the slices are uniform. This would be great for a dish that you cared about having the same size slices. I made my son a watermelon cake for his first birthday and garnished it with blueberries and strawberry slices. I wish I would've had this to make the strawberry slices look a little better. Since this cuts the strawberries into such small slices it’s perfect for bite size pieces for him. I just use the slicer and cut once more down the middle. It is slightly faster than cutting with a knife, but not markedly.
There are a few things I don’t like about it though. First, it’s too dull, making it require a bit of pressure to push through the fruit. I know it’s probably hard finding a healthy medium between safety and having a sharp product. But this could have easily been sharper and it would've made it a little easier. Second, this only fits small-medium strawberries. About 25% of them I got from Costco wouldn't fit in here, mostly due to width. Third, it would've been a better design if it had a tab or lip on the top so it pulled open easier, like my egg slicer. Lastly, I really wish it were dishwasher safe. It takes a few minutes to clean it since there are 7 blades kind of close together that need to be scrubbed.
Overall, given the price it’s a decent product. Likely it will go in a back drawer and get used once every few months or when my 10 year old wants strawberries. If I paid any more for it I would be annoyed though. I paid $4.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this. It saves a lot of time slicing strawberries! But.....it doesn't handle large strawberries and the third time I used it, one of the plastic 'guides' broke.Published 9 days ago by Narmada
Cute as heck but cute doesn't always cut it, and unfortunately the blades on this are not sharp enough. The strawberry tends to get squished in the process. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Mona
This slicer is wonderful. It's easy to use and easy to clean. It's also large enough to handle larger strawberries. My toddlers love using this to help with meal prepPublished 12 days ago by Megan Hollywood
It's definitely the right tool in slicing strawberry fruits.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer