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The blades aren't sharp enough to cut anything, except your fingers when you are trying to figure out how to wash it.
This is vital as it cannot be completely disassembled and has hard to reach areas where food can get stuck, dry out and toughen into place.
If you want to chop an onion, you have to cut it up into pieces that are small enough to fit inside and that are manageable by the chopper.
I bought this at a grocery store thinking "how can you screw up a manual chopper?" By making the assembly so difficult to put back together that you have to get on the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen J
We had the Pampered Chef version for years. It was certainly easier to disassemble and clean. But the clear plastic shield eventually cracked and the handle started to break. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Matthew Janofsky
I bought this a few years ago. I figured that by being made by a known company "Kitchen-Aid" it would be a reliable product. Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by F. Lopez
The kind of similar hand powered chopper where the outside opens up like a clamshell and the whole insides comes apart is a lot easier to clean.Published on April 20, 2010 by zzz05
It minces several garlic cloves in seconds. It's a joke how fast. It's over as soon as you start. The down side is cleaning. If you have a dishwasher no problem. Read morePublished on October 13, 2009 by Bohemian Bon Vivant