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Microplane 48105 Pizza Cutter


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  • Stainless steel sharp blade
  • Patent pending design for removal of blade for cleaning
  • Ergonomic soft grip handle
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Contemporary design
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.4 x 1.5 inches ; 8.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002AUF9CW
  • Item model number: 48105
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,755 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Pizza lovers will appreciate the effortless ease and precision cutting slices of their favorite pizza with monoplane's ergonomically designed new pizza wheel.

Customer Reviews

Finally, after a few months of use, the whole thing just BROKE.
Scout
The blade on the microplane cutter is sharp and made of heavy metal, however, the plastic bolt that holds the blade in place broke after two years of use.
suekenai
I suspect it might even be the answer to getting decent slashes in proofed bread loaves without losing the rise; ahh, that would be lovely.
N. Pickering

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N. Pickering on October 12, 2010
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We've loved microplane tools for pottery and for wood, and their kitchen implements have been phenomenal. As soon as I saw the name I knew I had found the tool; I was right, ergonomic design and a superb cut with no wrist/hand pressure needed at all!

Even the packaging is well thought out, but unfortunately not explained.

The plastic sleeve that fits over the blade is just thick enough to offer protection, not so big that it takes up space, and is held in place (as is the blade it is on) by THE HANDLE.

One reviewer spoke of an almost electrostatic bonding, or vacuum pressure, and having to cut away the sleeve before being able to inspect the tool, open the handle.... It is true to some extent that the plastic adheres (a solution follows), but you have to first open the handle and remove the blade before removing the blade sleeve. We dusted the inside of the sleeve lightly with corn starch and it now slips on and off with ease, when the blade is not attached to the handle.

Microplane has done it again! I suspect it might even be the answer to getting decent slashes in proofed bread loaves without losing the rise; ahh, that would be lovely.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Macky & Frank on February 11, 2010
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I have several pizza cutters that I've used in the past. This is the best. It's easy to handle and quickly cuts through the crust. No need to go back over the cut several times.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scout on January 18, 2012
After several uses, this pizza cutter began to experience a slow death. I found that when you put pressure on the handle (to cut the pizza), the blade leaves its mount and is forced up into the handle, causing the blade to cease rotating. Very annoying. Finally, after a few months of use, the whole thing just BROKE. There is a plastic piece that is supposed to hold the blade and that just cracked off. Tossed the whole mess into the garbage. This is really a nice design, but come on, plastic? To hold a large blade and accept heavy pressure? Really? Junk junk junk.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ojaw on June 14, 2013
Microplane knows stainless steel, as evidenced by my experience with both their pizza cutter and a cheese/whatever grater that I own.
However, it's also clear that that they have no idea how to work with plastic.
The handle on my grater early on separated from the blade and the tiny little plastic split pin that holds the pizza blade to the handle (unsurprisingly) broke.
In a case of serendipity however, the hole in the pizza blade is the perfect size for a chainring bolt and nut (bicycle bits), which is the first step towards making this thing usable again.
Along with these, I've made some slippery washers out of ultra high molecular weight plastic and will bend some plate aluminum into a handle shape.
I anticipate a workable solution.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Hofmann on January 7, 2014
Generally like Microplane products, but not this one.

When I bought this pizza cutter from a local store I was told it would be the last pizza cutter I would ever buy. Not the case...unless they were referring to a Microplane pizza cutter.

As another reviewer mentioned, there is a plastic bolt that forms the axle on which the blade rotates and this breaks. Why they made this piece out of plastic rather than something sturdier is beyond me.

Also, the blade removal is nice for cleaning the blade, but the handle is still difficult to clean as it has a narrow slit that the blade travels through.

I'm going with a rocker-style slicer for my next pizza cutter - no moving parts to break, no difficult areas to clean and much sturdier overall.
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By Dawn W Bourne on October 5, 2014
Loved at first. Blade is sharp and disassembles to make cleaning easy. However, the bolt that allows the blade to rotate is made of plastic and breaks with the slightest amount of pressure when cutting crust. I actually contacted Microplane, and they replaced this free for me once. I was able to cut 3 pizzas with the replacement cutter, and the bolt broke again. Disappointed. On the plus side, their customer service is great and all other Microplane products that I own (Zester, cheese grater) are great.
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As others have said, the center of the cutting wheel broke. It's useless when I breaks. I rigged it once. Hubby fixed it the next time it broke. And now it's broken again. It's sharp. It works well if it's not broken. But annoying to keep fixing it. Also, slightly annoying to clean when cheese gets stuck up inside of it. I had heard great things about Microplane and saw this on a clearance rack so I grabbed one. Not a good first impression.
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By VaMomma on March 7, 2014
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My husband is really into this pizza cutter.
This is the 2nd one we have purchased in the past 2 years.
The first one did break on us, but I blame that on, my husbands meaty hands and strength when he was cutting the pizza. It snapped and broke the clamp that connects the blade to the handle.

If this one breaks around that time or the same way then we'll know for sure.
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