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The Pampered Chef Cutting Edge Food Chopper

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Color White White/Black Stainless Steel Green
Dimensions 9.5 inches x 3.75 inches x 3.75 inches 7 inches x 13 inches x 4 inches 3.88 inches x 8.25 inches x 3.88 inches 3.35 inches x 3.35 inches x 10.24 inches
Item Package Weight 0.65 pounds 1 pounds 1.05 pounds 0.75 pounds
Material Plastic Glass Stainless Steel Plastic and stainless steel
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The Pampered Chef Cutting Edge Food Chopper. Details 9¼" height, 3¼" diameter. Plunger has soft top to make chopping comfortable. Flexible cap doubles as storage cover and chopping surface for small quantities. Clear design lets you watch while you chop. Easily disassembles. Dishwasher-safe. The Food Chopper makes quick work of chopping veggies, cooked meat and nuts in seconds. It's the solution to tear-free onion chopping! It's equipped with a unique stainless steel blade that rotates with each press of the plunger for consistent results. The more you press the plunger, the finer the chop.

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Product Dimensions 3.8 x 3.8 x 9.5 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Pampered Chef
ASIN B000GU49HY
Item model number 2585
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4.7 out of 5 stars 320 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,762 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#30 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Seasoning & Spice Tools > Choppers & Mincers > Choppers
Date first available at Amazon.com July 12, 2006

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By R. Smith on January 19, 2010
So easy to clean. And when you buy from the Pampered Chef, it is $29.50, not thirty something dollars. It also come with a 5 year warranty when purchased through the company. It is somewhat of a rip off to buy it from here. FYI
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This is a great chopper, I use it to cut big chunks of vegetables for vegi soup, Tiny peices of celery, egg, and pickles for Tuna salad, minced onions and garlic for frying. I've had it for about three years now and it still chops like a champ ! I don't think it's that hard to clean, mostly I just take it apart and rinse it, but if it gets sticky it is dishwasher safe. I do most of my chopping with it and keep it on the countertop close at hand.
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Just bought this chopper at my last pampered chef party. I heard wonderful things about it from people who use it. Well, it works fine for soft things like eggs, veggies etc. However, my main reason for buying it was to chop things a bit harder like nuts. Nuts fly around the kitchen when I cut them with a knife on a cutting board. But it's nice to throw some freshly cut nuts into a recipe...hence my reason for getting the chopper. But, now the blade is all dented up from the nuts. The blade looks to be soft metal unable to withstand chopping nuts like walnuts, almonds or pecans. I'll probably send it back.
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This thing chops great.

BUT......Check this out-- the outsides of the waffled blades are so close to the edges of the clear plastic housing that they inadvertently collide, thus shaving off little bits of the plastic housing and intermixing them nicely in whatever food we're chopping!

We started noticing hundreds of little opaque *lines* in the bottom edge of the housing (the part that actually sits on your cutting board) and were like, "What's that?" After investigating, in slow motion, we realized what was up.

So, if you like little shards of plastic in your chopped garlic, this is your product!

So lame.
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works REALLY well, but is too small

was suggested by a friend that you can use it for larger amounts of food by removing the rubber base and chopping away on a cutting board, moving from one pile of whatever to another. this works, so the only problem is cleaning more than just the chopper.
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I was going to order the Slap Chop (advertised on TV), but wasn't impressed with the reviews. So based on Pampered Chef's quality (products and company), I opted to spend a little more and buy their product. I've been VERY pleased. Its a solid product that works as advertised. Cleaned up in my dishwasher without melting (no deforming of the plastic). Very sharp blades easily handled all veggies I threw at it. Came apart with little effort for 'complete' cleaning and easily reassembled. Its a good, solid product.
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My husband was a long-time proponent of only using the chef's knife for all chopping, mincing, dicing, etc. duties. He is the primary cook in my house and I just knew this chopper would do the trick for him. I purchased my first one nearly a decade ago. After a few times using it for garlic, onions, and other small tasks, he decided this was completely worth the money and the time saved.

For those who complain that you can only do small batches. Try quartering things like onions first. Yes, you have to do each quarter separately, but I would still rather take 30 seconds with the chopper on the small batches (a few seconds each) than the pain and safety of dicing items with the knife (unlike my husband, I was never good with the knife, so this tool was my way to avoid using one!).

This tool is easy to clean, since it completely tears apart, and it is dishwasher safe. I know many reviewers only ever rinse theirs but we wash ours in the dishwasher after every single use. I think this extensive use and washing may shorten the lifespan, as my husband and I both have managed to crack the plastic casing around the blade. I dropped one on the tile floor from counter height; never a good thing for most kitchen tools. Anyway, after reviewing other companies' designs of similar items, I have decided to replace this with the same tool from Pampered Chef.

If I have any complaint at all (not really a complaint but a wish), I wish Pampered Chef would find a way to make a similar tool for more fragile jobs, such as herbs. This tool works fine for some herbs, such as thyme and rosemary, but less so for leafy herbs like parsley and cilantro.
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I've been using this chopper for years now, and I have to say that although I do not need it for EVERY meal, I am so glad I have it for those times when I need to chop or mince a lot of things. One thing I always use it for that keeps popping up in my head is for the pecans that go in the topping for coffee cake. It really saves a lot of time and effort when compared to the traditional knife method.
Another thing I love about it is how easy it is to clean. =) You simply take off the bottom pieces, slosh around in soapy water, and as long as you weren't chopping anything really gummy ( I never do) it comes out squeaky clean. The Sides open up so if you see some gunk you can wipe it off. It's just really well designed. Now I'm rambling, and I never really write reviews, but I thought I should for this because it really is just that great. =)
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