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Microplane 34006 4-Sided Box Grater
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- Includes the 3 most popular blades (fine, medium ribbon, and ultra coarse) as well as a fourth slicer blade
- Soft ergonomic handle, and non-slip rubber feet add stability
- Fine blade is removable for easy access and cleaning
- Dishwasher safe, and easy to clean
- Safety cover included
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|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Silver|
|Dimensions||3.12 inches x 10.25 inches x 5.12 inches||9.45 inches x 3.5 inches x 4.6 inches||0.7 inches x 13.7 inches x 2.7 inches||0.75 inches x 14 inches x 2.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.25 pounds||0.65 pounds||0.53 pounds||0.3 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
* removable plate. One of the front panels slides out so that you can get inside the "box" to clean it well. I do not have a dishwasher so this is pretty important to me.
* grippy feet. So there's no plastic "food catcher" on the bottom, but I really like how the grater stays rock solid on the cutting board, plate, or mixing bowl.
* comfy handle. Easy to grip.
The plastic storage sleeve to protect yourself and the grater is nice also.
Made in USA.
1. It has a non-slip handle and feet so it feels very solid and secure when I'm using it.
2. One of the panels pops out so you can really clean if you need to do it by hand. I just put it in my dishwasher--no worries.
3. The four different panels makes it versatile so you don't have to go looking for different graters. It has a course side, fine side, ribbon and slicer.
4. The clear protective cover over the entire grater gives added security.
I know that it's a little on the pricey side but (sorry amazon!) I went directly to the microplane website. There is a sale section on it where they sell non-perfect items at a discount. I bought mine for $24.95 plus I believe $5 shipping. I was worried that I was going to get some hideously mangled product but honestly, I don't see anything wrong with mine. That discount is only until quantities are available so if you're in the market for a new box grater, you might want to check it out now.
I've been so very happy with my grater--I know you'll be too! This is one of the best kitchen purchases I've made.
To be fair, I grate a lot of cheese. I've probably used this twice a week or so since I bought it. With that said, about a month ago the black plastic surface above the shredding side started to crack and splinter. Now, if I'm not careful when shredding, little chunks of black plastic will fall in with the shredded cheese. Everyone loves finding one of those in their mac and cheese.
Now, I'll acknowledge that I probably use my cheese grater more than most - I make mac and cheese from scratch at least once a week. But, for $35 I expected something that would last longer than six months.
On the up side, it is really sharp: I took a gouge out of my thumb with it that still hasn't completely healed a month later.
Because the thing is, it's excellent at grating. I have an OXO box grater too, and there's just no comparison -- it's much easier and faster to use this one, with less force required from me, because it's so much sharper. Given my choice of graters, I'd use this one every time.
BUT, it's flimsy as heck. It flexes while you use it and develops cracks quickly. The top handles start falling out, the plastic casing around the grating sheets cracks -- pretty much everywhere there's any stress on it, it dies, and quickly.
So if you look at it as a disposable grater, something to use up and replace within six months or so, it's an absolutely excellent 5-star piece. But if you don't think you should have to buy a new grater every six months -- and, honestly, put me in that category -- then it's sort of inexcusable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good grater, but it is not sturdy enough for it's purpose. This is the 2nd one I've owned and the plastic framing material cracked on both of them.Published 1 month ago by amelia d. becke
We've had two. Both times the cheap plastic frame has cracked, making it useless.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Microplane has a solid plastic cover to protect users. Unfortunatly the company has pasted ad stickers that are virtually impossible to remove. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daro Books
I loved this box grater. I recommended it to my mother in law too. The microplane is great, but the plastic starts to fall apart really quickly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Caterday is Fun
As a grater, this was a great product, but while the blades are still sharp, the plastic frame surrounding the blades cracked in the first couple of months and then steadily... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter van Hardenberg
As with the other lower ratings, my beef isn't about the grating planes. It's about the construction. The plastic at the top of the grater has broken off after very limited use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Used the fine grater side and the plastic at the top and bottom cracked, rendering using this side as pretty useless. Needs to be better constructed.Published 3 months ago by Greg
Very solid, stable grater with sharp cutting surfaces. The small grater side panel removes for easy cleaning. I highly recommend a cut resistant glove to go with it.Published 4 months ago by CWD