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OXO Good Grips V-Blade Mandoline Slicer
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- Sharp, V-shaped blade of hardened stainless steel easily slices both firm vegetables like potatoes and soft fruits like tomatoes with four easily adjustable slice thickness settings: 1.5mm, 3mm, 4.5mm and 6mm
- Straight and wavy blades for straight or crinkle cuts, and julienne blades for French Fries or fine julienne strips
- Food holder securely holds food and protects fingers, and textured runway keeps food from sticking
- Mandoline locks closed and feet fold in for safe and compact storage
- Soft handle and turning knob for comfort and non-slip feet for safety
- Mandoline body and food holder are top-rack dishwasher safe (hand wash blades)
- Recommended by America's Test Kitchen
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OXO's very versatile V-Blade Mandoline slices fruits and vegetables with ease. Four blades and a simple height adjuster make straight slices, crinkle cuts, French fries and julienne strips in a variety of thicknesses. The blades store on board and are easily removable for cleaning. A textured surface keeps food from sticking to the Mandoline and the food holder securely holds food and protects fingers. The handle and turning knob are soft for comfort and non-slip feet keep the Mandoline secure on the work surface. Fold the feet and lock the Mandoline for compact and safe storage. Hand wash the blades; the Mandoline body and food holder are dishwasher safe.
Top Customer Reviews
... until I noticed on the box that there's a lifetime warranty and replacement policy. We emailed OXO on December 24th, and on December 26th emailed an email that they were willing to replace our slicer with a new one. We received the replacement yesterday- brand new and ready to fresh vegetables into small uniform pieces!
This is my first review, but I feel like I should publicize a good deed when it's done, especially from a corporation. Thanks OXO, from a frequent buyer.
Received my Oxo mandoline slicer yesterday and immediately tried it out. . . on one of the toughest vegetables to slice: a tomato.
Some people's reviews have complained that the slicer was "sticky." That's caused by the dry plastic food guide. Dip the tip of your finger in olive or cooking oil and spread a very light film of oil on the ramp where the food to be cut slides down toward the cutting blade. Voila! No sticking or jerkiness.
As to the result with the (very ripe) tomato? Excellent cuts!
Also tried the crinkle blade on an unpeeled cucumber. Again, excellent results.
Haven't yet tried the other blades but, from the previous cuts, I assume the results will be the same.
Nor have I tried to use the food holder (used to protect your hand). But it seems well designed and should work okay.
After having tried two different economy slicers from Wal-Mart, and throwing them in the trash, I was worried about the results from this product. I shouldn't have worried. It's quite satisfactory.
Cleanup's not a problem; hot water and a spritz of liquid soap (as long as the food's not dried on it anywhere). Just be careful of the blade. And it's easier to use--and cleanup your work area after--if you put the mandoline on a sturdy cutting board while you work.
Blade changing is somewhat of a challenge. . . You'll need the instruction manual the first couple of tries. If you've misplaced yours, you can get one at: fantes(dot)com/slicers-mandolins.html
Of course I know about the problem now, being twice-taught, and can follow this good advice in future. But with OXO’s rather careless design, that may not be enough. You may think that when you’re finished reassembly and have turned the main control to “Lock”, risk would end. After all, the adjustable food guide has risen to what looks like the level of the main cutting blade, making accidental injuries unlikely. But in fact the blade is still at a slightly higher level than surrounding surfaces, and still capable of slicing you. It doesn’t have to be that way, it just is. The guide surface could come higher, it just doesn’t. Sure, most mandolines leave their blades exposed, but in their case it is clearly and obviously so, and users can take due care: this design gives a misleading appearance of safety that could lead to unpleasant accidents.
All this seems sad because the overall conception of this little mandoline is delightfully clever, and performance (if a bit stiff) is at least acceptable for its size and price. I’ll go on using it, gingerly, but it isn’t as neat and likable as I was hoping for in the light of other reviewers’ enthusiasm.