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Rösle Adjustable Vegetable Slicer with Grip, Stainless Steel
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- The v-shaped blade is effort saving and gives a clean cut, even on tomatoes
- Five settings up to .2-inch
- Exchangeable blade The nonslip silicone base ensures safe work at every angle
- Easy to clean with no corners where residue can build up
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|Item Dimensions||5.1 x 17.1 x 1.5 in||4.72 x 15.75 x 1.57 in||11.1 x 4 x 0.25 in||3 x 4.25 x 10.5 in||5.3 x 15 x 3.7 in||4.7 x 2.3 x 12 in|
Rosle's been manufacturing kitchen utensils for more than a hundred years for professionals and hobby cooks who enjoy cooking and take pride in their skills. Food at the cutting edge -Graters and Slicer incorporating intelligent technology. It's today's way to slice: Finely sliced cucumber is as easy to turn out as neat and even potato or tomato slices. There are no limits to the slicer's versatility. Slice thickness can be set from 0.5 to 5-mm / 0.02 to 0.2-inch. The V-shaped blade noticeably reduces effort required. It is replaceable and manufactured all in one piece.
Top Customer Reviews
1. hand held and portable / relatively small
2. sturdy and made of quality materials
3. has a high level of craftsmanship
4. has replaceable parts available
5. has a hand guard that works
6. is not as expensive as a full size mandolin
7. WORKS WELL
This slicer is all of the above, and looks nice and sleek as an added bonus.
I didn't realize how difficult it was to meet these criteria for this type of product! I have purchased and returned several cheap and less-cheap plastic hand held v-slicers/mandolins that never felt quite right to me in one way or another. The second I took this one out of the box, I had a good feeling. The rubber tip at the end doesn't slip around, allowing me to brace my work on a variety of surfaces. The adjustment knobs that control the width of your desired slice open and close easily, and firmly. I don't feel as though I am wrestling for balance with this slicer, it just slices -- wonderfully. I sliced fennel, a watermelon radish, and and apple, easily, very quickly and in a variety of thicknesses. I don't doubt that it will be able to slice any fruit or vegetable I attempt. The hand guard is impressive -- it covers the entire surface (width-wise) of the slicer, and allows you to slice the entire piece, because the middle piece with spikes (which grips the food) can be pushed down as you go, allowing what you are slicing to stay in contact with the surface and blade of the slicer.
At $65, this isn't the cheapest slicer out there...But I am fed up buying stuff that breaks or cracks or doesn't function as it should, and prefer to save and invest in a few nice tools that will function, hopefully, for the rest of my life and beyond. This is my first time purchasing a Rosle product, and I don't think it will be the last. Thank you German design and engineering!
The good: it is sharp, cuts well, minimalist, easy to clean, nice handle, and has a non-slip rubber piece on the end so it doesn't slide around as easily on your cutting board or counter top.
Potential issue: I had mine about 2 years. Used it less than once a month... so maybe 15-20 times altogether. The black plastic adjustment knobs on either side are connected to each other on the underside to a hollow black plastic tube that has a solid metal rod running through it. But the black plastic knobs are held onto the plastic connector by two very small black plastic tabs. Well one of mine broke off. So the knob wouldn't stay on and then the adjustable blade won't stay in one position so it is pretty much worthless. I contacted the manufacturer who said it had a lifetime warranty against "manufacturing defects" but I would have to ship it to them at my cost so they could determine the cause of the problem. Frankly, I thought the problem more of a design issue than manufacturing defect but I took a chance and spent money to ship it back. Took about four weeks but I received a brand new one back. So kudos to Rosle for standing behind their product. But lets see how long the knob stays attached this time.