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OXO's user-friendly Mandoline is the perfect tool for creating culinary sensations quickly and easily. Straight and wavy blades can be set to any slice thickness and are ideal for making cucumber salad, potato chips, onion rings, and citrus slices, and try making french fries, carrot sticks and garnishes with the thin and thick julienne blades. Just turn the soft dial to select your slice thickness or julienne setting. A soft handle set lower than the body ensures a comfortable grip and keeps your hand out of the way. Wide, non-slip feet keep the Mandoline stable and secure on the countertop. The large food holder holds food securely, protects fingers and has a soft grip for added comfort. Storage is a snap. All blades store on board for added safety and convenience, the legs fold compactly, and the food holder snaps underneath.
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I work in a professional kitchen and highly recommend this item. Consistent cuts and very easy to disassemble for washing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barry Margolin
Good quality for the cost. Has separate disc to use to prevent cutting your hands. Special gloves are also sold for that purpose.Published 5 months ago by cupcake
this thing is great. Super sharp. Not sure what other reviewer was talking about when they said it wasn't sharp. very easy. Just keep your fingers away from the blade!Published 5 months ago by Bree L.
Great product, slices great!! Very sharp, takes a few uses to get it down, comes apart easy and just throw in the dish washerPublished 5 months ago by MM
I bought this useless item over a year ago, and after many attempts to slice anything from cabbage to potatos, I am at a loss to see why anyone would find this product beneficial. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sandra Sigfusson
The dull blades can't cut the denser veggies like carrots. It barely handles potatoes, and requires so much effort that it is easier to cut potatoes by hand. Read morePublished 7 months ago by nial_l