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OXO Good Grips Adjustable HandHeld Mandoline Slicer
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- Adjustable for slices in 3 thicknesses
- Window shows slices below
- Slice directly onto plate, on a cutting board or hook over a bowl
- Non-slip handle, knob and foot
- Dishwasher safe
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 4.25 x 10.5 in||3.7 x 13.9 x 5.2 in||2.5 x 9.5 x 1 in||3.15 x 3.15 x 3.6 in||12.6 x 2.4 x 4.9 in||5 x 16 x 6.37 in|
Making cucumber salad, an apple tart or a potato gratin? Try the OXO Good Grips Hand-Held Mandoline. Use the soft knob to simply adjust to the desired slice thickness, and slide the food over the stainless steel blade for perfect, even slices. A clear surface shows slices accumulating below. Slice on a cutting board or plate, or hook the soft foot over a bowl. A food holder protects hands and covers the blade when not in use.
Blade is very sharp.Always use the food holder to prevent injury. Do not leave within reach of children.
Top Customer Reviews
Tip: The mandoline is quite narrow so I angle the potato to get longer slices. I hold the potato with my hand but when it reduces down to about 1-2 inches thick, then I use the hand guard. All one needs is common sense when using this product. I've never had problems with the food getting stuck under the blade and never cut any of my fingers even once.
Overall, I'm highly satisfied with this product. I have a food processor with a slicing attachment but I don't want to mess with the food processor unless I cook for several people. Too much stuff to clean up. This mandoline is perfect for cooking for two because it's so easy to handwash. 100% recommended!
One of the reasoned I purchased a smaller mandoline was I really only used blades other then the strait blade once or twice a year, for those I could just used a shredder or something else.
I love OXO products. If I need a new kitchen tool, OXO is almost always in the running. They have been a brand of quality in my mind.
I picked this Mandoline for the adjustable size. However I am finding out that I really like the max size slice for most things and wished it had 1-2 larger adjustments. I wish it was 1/2 - 1 inch wider. This would allow for most larger onions, normal size green peppers (that must be a small green pepper in the pictures for the product) to be sliced with out having to turn it to the side to make the item smaller.
Things that make this mandoline great. Blade is sharp, but that would be expected on any new product, only time will tell how long it will last. Goes thought the dishwasher well, I should be hand washing it, but I like the sanitizing in the dishwasher. Fits over a small bowl well, angled on a cutting board, and even had enough control/light weigh enough to hold in my hand and slice directly into a pan. Unlike my old Kitchen Aid one, this fits in a drawer easily not taking up much room as well.
The blade is sharp (my husband has a planed pinky finger scar and an interesting party story to prove it lol), the product is relatively durable, and I've had no issues with the guard grips. But, and this was the deal breaker for a higher rating, the slices are uneven. The thickness selector bar's locking mechanism is one sided, so with the natural pressure of slicing, comes a "give" on the side of the slide surface opposite from the lock. Because of this, slices come out wedge shaped, no matter how lightly you try to slice. So if you want to make potato chips, you end up with half moon shaped chips with an extra brown thin edge and a softer thick round edge. Also as others have said, the first and second thinnest settings are so sheer, they don't really get used. If they made an even plane on the food instead of a lopsided one, they would be perfect for vegetable chips, but all I get is a tissue paper thin wedge sliver.
So all in all, not a bad purchase to see if it will be a gadget you actually use, but if you will, you'll likely end up investing in a better mandolin and giving this one to charity.