HIC Harold Import Co. 4404-HIC Vegetable Spiral Slicer Home Decor Products
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- A must have Kitchen Gadget
- Manufactured in China
- Spiral Slicer
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Use a knife or a corrugated garnishing tool to cut the vegetable into a cylinder shape. Insert the screw of the spiral slicer into the center of the top of the vegetable. Place your finger into the hole and turn the tool clockwise. Attach the ends of the spiral together with a toothpick. The Potato Spiral can be fried.
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 4 x 2 in||2.8 x 5.1 x 2.8 in||5 x 5 x 8 in||3.3 x 8 x 3.4 in||7.75 x 10 x 5 in||2.95 x 5.51 x 4.72 in|
Top Customer Reviews
Back in the day, I had a unit like this. It was all stainless steel, with a deep and wide screw to grab the vegetable meat and reliably cut a nice spiral though even soft veggies. This unit has several flaws.
All edges, not just the cutting edge, are sharp and will cut you when handling. A short buff with sandpaper will fix that though.
The finger protector broke on first use.
The screw drive doesn't have enough surface area to pull the cutter through soft veggies.
The screw drive is plastic and depends on a plastic "blob" to hold it to the metal parts. Yeah... not so much. It broke off during the first use on the third attempt to do some spiral cuts.
The price isn't so high that it hurts, but it does hurt to have expected this to work, look forward to all the neat things one could do with it, only to find in the final analysis that it just doesn't do the job. Not even a little bit.
1) I needed to replace a lost one
2) I needed to get my invoice to the right dollar amount.
The missing slicer was a plastic freebie that came with a knife set (it was the only piece I kept). The center of the spiral was hollow and always spit out what looked like a noodle (think spaghetti) of potato. This slicer has a solid spiral with a slightly sharper point. I found that I needed to place extra pressure on the slicer to get it to engage. The cutting edge is very sharp and you need to be mindful of your digits when using it. I do like the addition of the spinning ring as it makes it less painful on the fingers.