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Kuhn Rikon Swiss Chop Chop


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  • Sharp, stainless steel blades
  • Chop foods coarse, medium or fine
  • Just put all the ingredients into the container at once and pull a few times
  • Non-slip base holds it steady
  • Easy clean up
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 5.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003B670IU
  • Item model number: 27400
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,358 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Just throw all your ingredients into the Kuhn Rikon Swiss Chop Chop at one time and pull the cord a few times. Voila. Instant, delicious dips, soups, sauces, desserts and more. It's effortless and - from prep to clean up - much faster than a your food processor. It's names Chop Chop for a reason. Chops, mixes, blend and even purees.


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Customer Reviews

For harder foods, put less in before you pull!
Buckeye Pete
I have chopped nuts, cucumbers, onions, parsley, rolled oats and raw carrots.
vee
This is the greatest kitchen tool I have ever owned!
kace77

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By S on May 1, 2012
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I recently went "raw" and was looking for a food processor that would help me with salsa, guacamole, salads, chopping veggies, making dressings, and possibly nut butters...just something to keep things interesting.
I wanted a small but functional unit at a good price.
While comparing prices and reading reviews, I was overwhelmed by the glowing feedback for this thing.
"A manual chopper?" I thought to myself. "What's the point of that?"
But, after reading about how it could do anything, how the blades were super sharp, and how it was easy to clean, I went against my better judgment and purchased it.

I'm not so difficult to please, and I rarely leave bad feedback for products. I'm certainly not one of those people that goes around writing nasty reviews for the fun of it. But I have to say, I'm really unhappy with this chopper.

I feel kind of stupid, like someone has pulled one over on me. How they convinced me to spend $30 on a plastic bowl that I have to yank repeatedly and noisily like a lawn mower, I don't know.

Here are my beefs:

1. It doesn't work as amazingly well as described.
I would say it does a decent job of chopping. Decent as in, "okay," not, "my mind is blown!!!"
People write, "The blades are SOOOOOO sharp!" Yeah, they're sharp, but nothing to write home about.
I've made salsa and guacamole successfully. It did well on garlic with the little plastic attachment ("Booster Arm.")
It did poorly on herbs like cilantro, and carrots.
I found that you can rarely get away with not cutting your fruits and vegetables before putting them in, and, often times, you put them in, yank the string, only to find that it won't cut - the pieces are still too big.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mattie on October 18, 2010
What a fantastic little gizmo! Seriously, I have and use quite a few processors here at home, including two 11 cup Cuisinarts, one very large (commercial Robot Coupe), a smaller Kitchen Aid and they all operate fine. However, they take up a lot of space in my kitchen whether on the counter or in the cupboards. I bought this little guy for when I have just small amounts to chop and I don't know why but I was really amazed at what a great job it did doing smaller amounts. I should have known that Kuhn Rikon wouldn't send something to market that didn't work, I seriously love their kitchen gagets and have many of them here at home. When I got it home I took an onion to try it out and had great results. I was making short ribs and wanted the onion dice finely, I quartered a medium onion and put it in the bowl and gave the string 5 pulls and got just the perfect size onion pieces for my dish. It rinses out so much quicker than it takes to disassemble any of my food processors so it now stays out on my counter and gets used a lot. Will I get rid of my processors? No, but for small tasks you just can't beat this little gizmo, if I had to chop a whole bag of onions I might get tired doing it with this chopper and would use one of the bigger processors but for smaller tasks I don't think you can beat it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Reviews on Amazon on March 29, 2011
We love to cook and there are many gadgets out there that help make things easier - but sometimes they simply take up too much space or become too much of a hassle to drag out, assemble, clean and then store again, so many tend to disappear into the back of the kitchen cupboard, never to be seen again until they are thrown away or donated! Not so with this great little gadget!

We own several pieces by Kuhn Rikon, yet each time are amazed by the quality and effectiveness for the price you pay! This Swiss Chop Chop does the job of a food processor, and in same cases, a far better job. It is compact, so better for smaller projects but we find this is just the thing to chop herbs, onions, olives, nuts etc. You can make a simple bruschetta in a matter of minutes, where the items are evenly chopped and clean up is a breeze!

You simply pop off the top, add your ingredients and pull the little cord a few times to work the spinning action of the blade - like all Rikon products, the blade is incredibly sharp and this lends to its effectiveness! The other neat thing is it is very easy to get all your food back out of the canister, whereas sometimes with a food processor, some of the ingredients get stuck in the bottom! It is so easy and I find that the items are well chopped! Also, it is far easier to control the consistency - you can stop the chopping action at once when you think you are at the right stage, or continue with single chops until you feel the size is right - with a food processor, it is so fast, it is easy for food to turn to mush!

This is very simple to clean and the blade comes with a nice little protective sleeve to pop on after use! Both great features!

I would highly recommend this gadget, its compact so takes up very little room in the cupboard, and so easy to use and clean, we use this far more than any other gadget in our kitchen!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Norma Jaffe on September 15, 2010
I used to chop nuts, carrots, onions, shallots, celery, hard boiled eggs, you name it - in my cuisinart. This little tool is amazing - it chops easily and you get the exact size without all the moisture that you would if you used the Cuisinart. I've even made liver patee. This is a super great gift but be careful - it has very very sharp blades but works like a dream.
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