OXO Good Grips Chef's Mandoline Slicer
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- Straight, crinkle cut and waffle cut slices in a wide range of thicknesses; Soft, easy-turn dial for selecting slice thickness or thin or thick julienne strips; Large safety guard holds food securely and protects fingers
- Unused side of blade is hidden for safety; Julienne blades safely covered when not in use; Food holder has soft top for added comfort
- Hardened stainless steel slicing blades; All blades stored on board for added safety and convenience; Food holder has soft top for added comfort
- All blades easily removable for cleaning; Textured stainless steel runway prevents food from sticking; Hand wash blades; Mandoline body and food holder are top-rack dishwasher safe
- Soft handle is set lower than body to keep hand out of the way; Legs flare for added stability and fold inside the body for compact storage
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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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What I like the mandoline for is slicing a quantity of foods where I want the same thickness and I want to plow through the job quickly. I mainly use it to slice medium - firm veggies and fruits. For root vegetables, onions, cucumbers, zucchini, firmer melon and the like, it works great. I have also used it for apples, pears, firm peaches and nectarines. Some people mentioned being unhappy with it for cutting tomatoes and fleshy produce, but I only use a serrated vegetable knife for those items and am not sure any mandoline would be the right solution for that. Making carrot "pennies" is no problem, but long julienne slices take more effort. And for peppers, I hold them on the sides just below the top and slice bottom to top. That helps the pepper keep its shape and stay firm enough to get a clean cut.
I also like this tool's adjustability (from very thin slices of onion to carmelize to thick potato slices for pan-frying) and the different cuts. The food holder, which stores underneath the mandoline, protects your fingers from the blade. Pressing the pins into the fruit or vegetable evenly makes the job easier and pushing steadily on the center area will keep the slices even and make sure you get the most out of what you are slicing. I find that speed and consistent pressure work much best.
Another thing I like is that the mandoline's "legs" are long enough to create enough space under the mandoline for the slices to fall that you don't have to pick it up every few seconds to clear slices for the next batch. Clean-up is easy by hand or in the dishwasher. As for durability, mine is 5+ years old and going strong. It feels sturdy and stable and still looks like new. It has a nice design and feel and does the job it was made to do very well.
My principle mandoline is one of those big stainless steel French beauties by Bron. I got the Oxo for a second home and didn't want to spend 3 times the money for another Bron.
I've been delighted with it. The Oxo cuts like crazy, even paper-thin cucumber or fennel slices. I have not had to sharpen the blade, although this would not be difficult if I eventually have to. It's easy to clean and packs up nicely for convenient storage. It has an indicator dial to show you how thick you slices will be, although you're free to dial up whatever thickness you like. I have had no problems at all with the pusher. In fact, I wish my Bron had one like that. (The new Bron mandolines do, along with a few other features they copied from Oxo.)
I tried a bunch of V-slicers, Japanese, and other less-expensive mandolines, and kept tossing them out until I got the Oxo. (Come to think of it, I probably should have just gotten another Bron in the first place. Oh well.)
Regardless, given the numbers of poor reviews, I have to assume that some Oxo mandolines are defective. The numbers are too high to write off to incorrect use or not knowing any better. So if you get an Oxo and it doesn't work as above, bring or send it back.
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It does its job but we were expecting a lot more.
Würde ich nie wieder kaufen, schade um's viele Geld!