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New and Essential Spiralizer Tri-Blade Spiral Vegetable Slicer
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- Make quick work of fancy vegetable peeling with the spiral vegetable slicer^Comes with 3 interchangeable stainless steel blades: a shredder blade (small holes)
- a chipper blade (large holes) and a straight blade^Simply place vegetable or fruit on prongs
- turn wheel while pushing base toward blade^Made of Ultra-durable ABS plastic
- BPA-free^3rd blade is attached to the device with the other two stored below
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|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 9.2 x 12.4 in||6 x 12 x 8.75 in||6 x 8.8 x 12 in||6.3 x 10.04 x 6.1 in||7.75 x 10 x 5 in||6.6 x 9.3 x 13.3 in|
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I press down the suction cups beside a cutting board to catch the zucchini "pasta". If the slicer moves around while I'm spinning the handle, I use my free hand to hold the base steady, while moving the tray handle along with the thumb of that same hand. Very simple. The core that is left over isn't necessarily waste, I either snack on what's left, or add it to the freezer baggie of veggie scraps I keep to use for chicken stock.
I can't imagine being any level of handy in the kitchen, and having a difficult time operating the slicer. Just make flat ends on whatever you're cutting, center one end onto the little tube/protrusion that holds the veggie above the blade, slide the rotating handle til the little spikes make contact with the other end, and spin. Not so complicated. Even if it were complicated, the awesome results would make the effort worthwhile.
If you let it sit after you use it, it will obviously be difficult to clean once everything dries on. I rinse everything off right away, and that makes clean-up nice and easy.
It did not come with any instructions. There was no paper insert explaining anything. There are photos on the outside of the box, though, that pretty much makes it obvious so I didn't think that much of it until my sister purchased the World Cuisine tri-blade slicer. It was only a few dollars more yet had so many more favorable reviews. I think if i could do it over again, i would have ordered that one instead.
Here's my list of differences (see photos):
1. the World Cuisine came with instructions.
2. the World Cuisine had the blades covered in plastic
3. the New & Essential had screws that looked stripped
4. the blades on the New & Essential do not look as well mounted
It seems to me that the New & Essential used the same factory molds for the plastics, but somehow is just a tad shoddier. OR...I just got a refurb that was not properly identified as such.
In terms of workmanship, i can't really complain because it works as I had expected. If not the World Cuisine model you should opt for the Benriner Cook Helper Slicer because pushing downward would be easier than counting on suction feet to stay clamped I think.
The best analogy I can think of is Lego vs. Megablocks. The serve the same purpose, but Legos are of noticeably better quality and therefore easier to use. If you would be happy with the quality of Megablocks and wouldn't consider the extra money worth it for Legos, then this product is probably appropriate. I always considered Legos worth the extra money, so this will have to go back.
On the bright side, the return process was very easy, so I would give high marks to the seller for convenience and service, and would be very willing to buy from them again.
If you only want spiralized noodles from soft vegetables, like zucchini this might be the product for you.
Did I receive a different product than everyone else- or...? First off- the vegetables won't stay pinned to the pronged tool of the spiralizer... They fall off every time. Second, even if I can somehow miraculously get it to stick, the vegetable will not match up with the blades in order to slice.
Maybe I'm doing it wrong (even though it seems to simple to mess up). I would check the instructions, but they are in black and white blotted ink illustrations that are very difficult to follow. I work in tech. I'm all about problem solving- but even I can't figure this thing out.
Don't spend your money. Not worth a penny.