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Bron Original Stainless Steel Mandolin Slicer

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  • Comes with three adjustable blades and adjustable lever settings
  • Many combinations for hundreds of varieties of cuts
  • Saftey guard for hands
  • Folds flat for storage
  • Classic French design made in Stainless Steel
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  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 5.5 x 3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001BMZ38
  • Item model number: 2470
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,291 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Original Bron Mandoline slicer made in France! Built for professionals but at home in any gourmet lovers kitchen. It can slice, julienne, chip, waffle, and ripple cut as thick or thin as you need. A classic French design, this modern version is made from stainless steel.


Slice cucumbers or julienne carrots with this versatile mandolin from the original mandolin manufacturer--Ambrunn Bron. It’s the perfect tool for cutting vegetables, cheese, and meat, plus is great for slicing hard fruits, such as apples and pears. With a multitude of slicing options, it’s easy to choose the most appropriate cutting method for a particular recipe--whether it calls for waffle fries, paper-thin sliced Gruyere, or grated zucchini.

The mandolin is stainless steel and has three different blades--eliminating the need to swap blades or use multiple knifes. A straight blade assists with simple slicing tasks, while both large and small julienne blades cut carrot sticks and shoestring potatoes. Hand-operated levers help control the slicing thickness, with a 1/2-inch maximum thickness. The slope of mandolin is ergonomically-designed for comfort, while a plastic safety guard protects hands from harm. The mandolin folds flat in sturdy casing for safe storage. For best results, wash this kitchen tool by hand. The mandolin measures 12 by 5 by 2 inches and weighs five pounds. This product was made in France, and is covered by a limited, one-year warranty. --Jessica Reuling

Customer Reviews

Very sharp blades, so you do need to be very careful and use the guard.
Carol Fife
Pushing a potable into the blade, you will feel the leg are breaking out from the main unit sometime soon.
It is worth it to spend the money on a high quality tool like this one.
David M. Schulz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Virginia Kuchta on December 24, 2007
I have used many different slicers (V-type, diagonal) and this stainless steel Bron which I also own is my favorite by far. The Borner V slicer I own does not have legs and is thus unstable, it is okay for quick non-uniform shredding and slicing. This model has it's own legs so your two hands can focus on the cutting. If you simply pay attention to where the blades are (put the cell phone down), you shouldn't cut yourself. It has a sliding guard for the food to rest in which attaches to the mandoline (which in the picture of the item is shown attached upside-down) and I believe to be safer than the free floating guards of the others. One plus of the steel construction is absolutely true uniform slices which are produced, which has not been experienced with plastic slicers. If you have the money, it is a great investment that should last you your lifetime.
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70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Canadian Traveler on February 18, 2008
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Realy happy with the perfomance of this mandoline so far. Had it for about 2 weeks now and it is way better than the last mandoline I owned. Of course it was a bit more expensive than the last one but well worth it to me. I saw one in local store at nearly double the price ($280.00) so $150.00 was a great deal.

The safety gaurd is easy to use and solid stainless construction. The last one I owned had a cheap plastic gaurd and it was not guided on rails like this one. The guided safety gaurd prevents slipping when cutting hard root vegetables and damaging the blade (or myself).

The blades for this one are all self contained on the madonline and rotate and lock into position. The straight blade is very sharp so be sure to raise the upper sliding surface above the blade to avoid cutting yourself when haddling/storing the item.

Storage - Really happy that all of the blades and the gaurd can store together on the machine. It looks good left out in the open as well. It hangs a little funny off the rack when hung by the support leg since it swivels out, but I may drill a hole near the top to get it to hang straight up and down.

Be sure to read and understand the instruction booklet provided with it.
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92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By B. York on May 22, 2010
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After much research this was my first choice until actually using the de Buyer dicing mandoline form William and Sonoma. I knew I wanted a quality and versatile mandoline that would last for years to come as well as do the job with consistent results. I've used two other mandolines, the OXO mandoline and de Buyer dicing mandoline, this is the only one that will give consistent slicing thickness at 1mm or less thickness between slices as well as from one end to the other end of the slice (where most failed continually)

It's not made clear on amazon.com but this particular Bron mandoline come with the 10mm and 3mm julienne blades. 2mm blades would be nice sometimes but cutting 3mm x 1mm yields a similar cut that is nice in its own right. You can always purchase the blade set with the 2mm and (8mm / 4.5mm) blades separately. This brings me to a fantastic attribute to this mandoline. If you somehow break something you can purchase every single part separately!

The Good and great: It cuts perfectly at any thickness. The blades are super sharp. The guard a bit odd at first compared to the deBuyer but in the end superior in my opinion as the guard really transmits pushing power and isn't a hindrance at all. Blades are riveted in for strength. Its stainless steel where it counts. It doesn't need a non stick surface for the food to slide down because the polished SS is slicker than anything else. Julienne blades are fixed to the mandoline. All one piece so no cheap plastic blade holders to fall off as in the de Buyer dicing model. Separate blades fro crinkle and straight. Collapsible feet that fold neatly out of sight. It looks beautiful leaned against the wall on your countertop!
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By W. Fitzgerald on September 1, 2012
First of all, I want to say that my Bron mandoline came razor sharp out of the box. Anyone that says that their's is dull must have gotten a defective unit, or else they have it set up backwards, but I don't think that anyone would do that. Those who say it's unsteady must definitely have it set up wrong, because the Bron mandoline is very steady and heavy duty, so that you can concentrate on cutting instead of having to hold it with one hand like most of the cheaper ones.

Mine is sharp enough to cut sweet potatoes into thin slices. But, this is not the kind of mandoline to use on tomatoes. A V blade mandoline is better for that. I hate mandolines that you have to hold with one hand, and the v blade mandolines I've used in the past were a pain to use compared with this one. I use a chef's knife to cut tomatoes with, and if it is sharp enough you can cut paper thin slices of even the ripest tomatoes. There are dedicated tomato slicers that don't cost much more than this mandoline if you really need something to cut tomatoes with.

I would recommend getting a braided stainless steel or kevlar butcher's glove to protect your fingers and hand. The first time I used my mandoline, I knicked my finger while cutting a cucumber. At first, I saw no blood, but a few minutes later the wound started bleeding profusely, and I started to use the guard when the vegetable gets down to a couple of inches. You can't really use the guard until the vegetable is that small as the handle of the guard pivots on a hinge and a large piece just will not fit. You could cut the vegetable into smaller pieces and then use the guard, but I think that kind of defeats the purpose of saving time and getting uniform slices by using a mandoline like this one.
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