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Feemsters Famous Vegetable Slicer

4.4 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews

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Product Description

Cuts veggies into more than 9 thicknesses. Long-life blade with plastic protective cover. Shreds cabbage, vegetables and more

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Product Dimensions 8.3 x 4.6 x 3.2 inches
Item Weight 7.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer MaxiAids
ASIN B00012KBEW
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4.4 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #111,825 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#730 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Graters, Peelers & Slicers > Mandolines & Slicers
Date first available at Amazon.com March 10, 2010

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This Feemster's Famous Slicer IS NOT AT ALL like the older ones. It is now made in India, of cheaper materials. The BLADE is not the same; it is DULL, DULL, DULL. It is not the razor sharp steel blade of old, even though it appears to be in the picture. It seems to be some sort of shiny steel with a coat of dark-colored paint over it, which was already flaking off, right out of the box. Besides being dull, the blade edge seems to be uneven, like a poor grinding job when manufactured. Even though the slicing platform says "Caution: Blade very sharp"; it is so dull, I can run my fingers back and forth over the blade edge without injury. My 30+ year old, worn one is still sharp enough to cut my fingers easily! But, not this brand new, out-of-the-box one! Purchased as a gift, but returning.
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Blade is now stainless steel, & VERY dull! Had the older blue blade style years ago, that was wonderful...This one won't even cut a onionsam going to send it back!

Also the postage for the item item was just about as much as the item!

Very disappointed...Jacquelyn
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I owned one of these gadgets many years ago and due to a house fire, I had to part with my old one. The new one arrived in its same yellow box and with a detailed warning on the blade to use caution because blade was very sharp. Well, the one I got is dull as dull can be. You can run your fingertip over it and not cut yourself. I should have returned it right off but I didn't. I am going to have the blade sharpened so I can use it.
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I have one of these slicers that is forever old; I think it was my grandmother's, and this is what my mom had at home. We grew up on homemade french fries and fried potatoes, and scalloped potatoes. Now I make homemade chips. A lot of these new slicers have 14 parts and 7 different blades and it takes 8 minutes to get it out, and another 8 minutes to put it together. This is a small unit, and it rarely makes it to my cupboard; it is usually on the drying towel, handy from the last use. I bought this one as a gift for my friend who just loves to come and eat my homemade chips. I was ecstatic when I realized you could actually still buy these things, so I placed my order. When it came I set it aside to give to my friend when I saw her. Well, I didn't see her for a week or so and just thought, you know, I maybe better check that so I am not embarrassed when she opens it and it isn't right. It was new, in the box. I opened it and was checking it out, and when I went to adjust it I noticed that it was like, slanting to one side and I couldn't adjust it because it was in a bind. I don't know if something fell on the box (the box didn't look damaged) or what, but the whole thing kinda leaned to one side! Boy, was I glad I checked it out. I was just going to send it back, but thought maybe I could try to re-form it a bit - it is light gauge metal. So I tried bending it a little at a time to get it back "square" again. I don't think it is perfect, but it is much better and you can adjust it now, so that is how I left it. My friend gladly made some chips with it! Of course they say you can slice tomatoes and onions with it to, but we only ever used it for potatoes, so I cannot comment on that.Read more ›
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The Feemsters Slicer was once available in most kitchen and gourmet shops; but not today. I was delighted to find this item on line and equally delighted to see the improvements, such as rubber "feet" to prevent slippage and a handy device when using to prevent fingers from making contact with the blade. I use the feemster primarily for preparing Cole Slaw. I like the cabbage and onions shredded extra fine and I can do it in a fraction of the time it would normally take with a sharp knife. It is also great when preparing soup vegetables. It can slice carrots, potatoes etc to any size from ultra thin to half inch in perfectly equal pieces.

A Feemsters Slicer is a cook's best friend when it come to handling the tedious part of a receipe. You're done in record time and clean-up is a breeze.
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For many years I used the old bluer blade slicer they used to make. This new stainless steel blade it is so dull won't even cut onions or raw potatoes. Total waste of my money.
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I eagerly anticipated getting this slicer because it was just like the one my mother used, and brought back so many memories! I was looking forward to thin, thin, thin slices of sweet potato for sweet potato chips!

Unfortunately, the blade was dull, dull, dull. It couldn't even slice a Roma tomato when sawing back and forth.

It landed in the trash.
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It's not the quality of my mother's slicer, that we as kids nicknamed "the guillotine". It's sharp enough to be risky with fingers, so I'm glad the "pusher" is included. the blade is black, not the gun-metal blue I remember from mother's and doesn't seem to be as thin and sharp. The thickness adjustment is a little "iffy". It's useable, but I doubt it will become a kitchen staple. Nostalgia reigns.
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