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Bron Original Stainless Steel Mandolin Slicer
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- Comes with three adjustable blades and adjustable lever settings
- Many combinations for hundreds of varieties of cuts
- Saftey guard for hands
- Folds flat for storage
- Classic French design made in Stainless Steel
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|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 16.5 x 3 in||5.38 x 13.88 x 6.38 in||5.3 x 15 x 3.7 in||6 x 18 x 2.5 in||7 x 17.5 x 6.5 in||5.25 x 16.4 x 1.75 in|
The Original Bron Mandoline slicer made in France! Built for professionals but at home in any gourmet lovers kitchen. It can slice, julienne, chip, waffle, and ripple cut as thick or thin as you need. A classic French design, this modern version is made from stainless steel.
Slice cucumbers or julienne carrots with this versatile mandolin from the original mandolin manufacturer--Ambrunn Bron. Its the perfect tool for cutting vegetables, cheese, and meat, plus is great for slicing hard fruits, such as apples and pears. With a multitude of slicing options, its easy to choose the most appropriate cutting method for a particular recipe--whether it calls for waffle fries, paper-thin sliced Gruyere, or grated zucchini.
The mandolin is stainless steel and has three different blades--eliminating the need to swap blades or use multiple knifes. A straight blade assists with simple slicing tasks, while both large and small julienne blades cut carrot sticks and shoestring potatoes. Hand-operated levers help control the slicing thickness, with a 1/2-inch maximum thickness. The slope of mandolin is ergonomically-designed for comfort, while a plastic safety guard protects hands from harm. The mandolin folds flat in sturdy casing for safe storage. For best results, wash this kitchen tool by hand. The mandolin measures 12 by 5 by 2 inches and weighs five pounds. This product was made in France, and is covered by a limited, one-year warranty. --Jessica Reuling
Top Customer Reviews
The safety gaurd is easy to use and solid stainless construction. The last one I owned had a cheap plastic gaurd and it was not guided on rails like this one. The guided safety gaurd prevents slipping when cutting hard root vegetables and damaging the blade (or myself).
The blades for this one are all self contained on the madonline and rotate and lock into position. The straight blade is very sharp so be sure to raise the upper sliding surface above the blade to avoid cutting yourself when haddling/storing the item.
Storage - Really happy that all of the blades and the gaurd can store together on the machine. It looks good left out in the open as well. It hangs a little funny off the rack when hung by the support leg since it swivels out, but I may drill a hole near the top to get it to hang straight up and down.
Be sure to read and understand the instruction booklet provided with it.
1) If you adjust the straight cutting blade for a medium to deep cut, the little french fry cutters that hide just under the cutter opening snag your food slice and hold it frequently enough that I tried to remove the french fry cutter. This lead to #2
2) The french fry cutter is not built to be easily removed and put back on. I took the nut off one one side, pulled the bolt a bit on the other side to start removing it - and lots of little blades and spacers cascaded down. Its not meant to be taken off unless you want to leave it off - or spend some time re-assembling the little blades and spacers.
3) The variable cut depth feature is slick. The problem is a) The deeper you make the cut, the more the adjustable plate pushes those french fry cutters up which blocks the slicer opening causing the food to get hung up, and 2) The deeper the cut the more likely it is that the food will break off and hang at the opening of the cutter. You see, the car sits a half inch or so above the slide plane. When you slide your food, you're sliding it from a high position which twists the food and breaks it. You need to be able to push the food with better support from directly behind to push the food into the blade without breaking it off.
This really is a cool slicer that should last a life time. So to get around these problems I'd suggest removing the french fry cutters as best you can and store it somewhere. Wear a glove or use a 'sacrificial' food piece to push the main food from behind.
The slices can be set for paper thin (cucumbers) and the blades are all razor sharp. Be very careful.
The solid stainless steel construction put up with all kind of food acids and after a good rinse with warm soapy water, gleams like it did the first day out of the box.
Use care with where you store it. I have it on a hook on the outside of my cabinets. If you store it with other equipment, the bades could get dull or thrown out of true and that will not made for clean, consistant slices.
Again, well worth the investment.