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Kyocera CSN-202-BK Adjustable Mandolin Slicer, Black

by Kyocera

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  • Double-edged straight slicer cuts in half the time
  • Razor sharp single blade produces consistent, paper thin slices
  • Lightweight and easy to use; rust-proof
  • 4 different cut thicknesses: 0.5 mm, 1.3 mm, 2.0 mm and 3.0 mm
  • Safe to use in dishwasher
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 3.6 x 0.4 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000KKNQZ6
  • Item model number: CSN-202-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,036 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Black

Kyocera's perfect mandolin for every day use. Turn of the dial you can adjust your thickness from .5 mm to 3 mm. Food glides effortlessly across the ceramic blade for perfect slices every time. Corner notches fits well over bowls. Great for storage.


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Customer Reviews

The ceramic blade is very, very, sharp.
M. Kirby
The blade is ultra sharp, and is very easy to adjust for different thicknesses of slices.
Angel
This Mandoline Slicer works great and is very easy to clean.
George Yelder

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

506 of 518 people found the following review helpful By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2010
Color Name: Red
Length: 5:39 Mins
I use my chef knives for much of my food slicing but when I need a lot of uniform slices I like to use a mandoline. I have a professional model but I was looking for something for small jobs, like a few slices of carrots, potato or garlic. I like the idea of a ceramic blade so I decided to give this one a shot.

I liked this slicer okay but it could be better built, even at this price. I decided to make a video review in order to show it in action. Even though my mandoline is Black I decided to review this one as well since they both work the same way. I hope that you find it useful. Thanks!

Note:
I guess I forgot to turn my remote mic back on for the Bron mandoline piece. Sorry about that.

Bron Original Stainless Steel Mandolin Slicer
CUT RESISTANT GLOVES-100% KEVLAR®, Heavy Weight Textured Blue Latex Coated,large, (1 pair)
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189 of 198 people found the following review helpful By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Length: 5:39 Mins
I use my chef knives for much of my food slicing but when I need a lot of uniform slices I like to use a mandoline. I have a professional model but I was looking for something for small jobs, like a few slices of carrots, potato or garlic. I like the idea of a ceramic blade so I decided to give this one a shot.

I liked this slicer okay but it could be better built, even at this price. I decided to make a video review in order to show it in action. I hope that you find it useful. Thanks!

Note:
I guess I forgot to turn my remote mic back on for the Bron mandoline piece. Sorry about that.
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171 of 181 people found the following review helpful By the_student on January 27, 2008
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Although I also bought a "professional mandoline", I thought this would make a handy little item. Boy - was I right! I use this mandoline more than the professional. Why? It is convenient! It's very sharp (the porcelein blade is much sharper than metal), the hand guard is comfortable and easy to use, the whole device is dishwasher safe, and it takes little counter space and little storage space. I use it to slice veggies for everything from sandwiches to tostadas to soups to breakfast burritos. Here's what it does not do: Although the blade is "adjustable", only the biggest setting works correctly. The smaller settings makes mush of your veggies. Also, it is not quite wide enough. At the thickest part of a big round onion, it would have to be turned sideways. Finally, it only has 1 blade and so it only does the one style of cut. I highly recommend it. It is so easy to use that you will use it frequently. In fact, when you think: "Should I drag out the big mandoline?" You will say "No, I'll just use my little one (the Kyocera)".
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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By C. A. Kluwe on May 9, 2008
Color Name: Red
2 great points about this mandolin: ceramic and dishwasher-safe. It is not the most aesthetically pleasing mandolin, surely the shiny metal ones look more professional and flashier. However, for the home-chef who favors functionality over looks, you won't be disappointed with this model. It also has a lip on the bottom making it easy to fit over the edge of a bowl.

One of my biggest pet-peeves about metal mandolins is that they are so difficult to clean. With all the nooks and crannies food gets stuck in and the risk of rust, you have to invest a comparatively significant amount of time in cleaning.

The ceramic blade stays sharp and is superior in my view to any metal blade: you won't have to sharpen it and it does not rust. The only drawback to ceramic is that it is fragile, so you may want to be careful where you store this tool. Haphazardly tossing it in the same drawer you throw your meat tenderizer might not be the best idea.

At ~20$, this tool is a great value. You will spend more on a quality metal mandolin and it will rust. Additionally, if you do happen to accidentally break the blade, it's only 20$ to replace.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Heraldo on August 8, 2007
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Highly recommended! This mandoline slicer works exactly as described -- on the 0.5 setting the slices are paper-thin, and even thinner if you do not press down too hard. The blade is very sharp; the food doesn't get stuck in it. The cutouts on one end make it very secure when slicing over a bowl. Very easy to clean. I bought this slicer because I have had such good results with my Kyocera ceramic vegetable peeler, and this slicer is another hit!
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Rom on January 20, 2007
Color Name: Black
The Kyocera adjustable mandoline slicer is an excellent product! I have used mine for almost 1 year and have no major complaints, the only one being that Kyocera could have designed the guard to snap in place covering the blade for storage. I keep mine in the plastic "dome" that it was packaged in. It is definitely VERY SHARP, so use the guard. It will effortlessly slice any vegetable: onions, cucumbers, potatoes, carrots, etc.. Easy to use, no assembly, etc. Highly recommended.
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186 of 210 people found the following review helpful By M. Rosellini on December 28, 2008
Color Name: Red
Your first few experiences with this tool are likely to be delightful. It features a ceramic blade, which is much, much sharper than the machined steel blades found on most mandolins. It is small and light, making it quick and easy to use and clean. Adjustment is accomplished simply by rotating a rectangular piece of plastic on the underside of the tool to one of four positions.

Unfortunately, the faults in this tool will soon become manifest.

First of all, as many reviewers have said, it is dangerous. The guard that comes with it is worthless and it's difficult to imagine a guard for any hand-held mandolin being of much use; such a guard is, by necessity, too small and not held in a fixed line of movement relative to the blade. Second, this tool is dangerous even when not in use: there is nothing supplied to cover the blade when it is not in use, so if you have a drawer full of kitchen tools in which you dig to find things, your fingers will eventually meet the blade.

Second, there are only four thickness settings (3.0mm, 2.0mm, 1.3mm, and 0.5mm). This is somewhat limiting. That the thinnest setting is 0.5mm is especially disappointing: Be aware that 0.5mm is substantially thicker than "paper-thin," so if that's what you are buying a mandolin to do, do not buy this one.

Third, it is flimsy. Because it is constructed entirely of plastic, it bends while you use it. This is especially bothersome for the thinnest setting. When cutting thin slices, if the plane of the deck on which the food slides is not perfectly parallel with the plane in which the blade sits, you will end up slicing only part of the food, with your slice tapering out into paper-thin-ness and then into nothing.
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