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- Made in Germany; Set includes: Tough ABS plastic frame with slip resistant rubber feet, Food Safety Holder, 3 inserts (7 mm and 3-1/2 mm blades, thick/thin plane slice insert) Blade insert holder
- Incredibly sharp surgical grade stainless steel blades; 3 inserts-10 different cuts; Blades slice 4 different thicknesses, julienne, shred, cube and create fantastic French fries
- Patented push button size/thickness adjustment will modify cuts without removing the insert; Blades cut from both angles; Plane insert has "0" safety position covering the V -blade when not in use
- Ambidextrous Food Safety Holder provides complete protection and control; It's easy to use and requires very little pressure; Prongs hold food securely while the guard protects hands from the blades
- Insert holder protects blades while not in use, also functions as a drying rack; Blade insert holder and food safety holder clip together for easy storage; Instruction manual included
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Add creativity and style to your meal with the Swissmar Börner V Power mandoline. It includes three inserts for ten different cuts: a 7mm blade, 3-1/2mm blade, and a thick/thin insert for meat, allowing the V Power to julienne, shred, cube, and create French fries. A patented push-button adjustment allows you to change the size or thickness of the cut without removing the insert. The blades are made from surgical-grade stainless steel and they cut from both angles. The plane has a safety position covering the V-blade when not in use. The frame is made from tough ABS plastic with slip-resistant rubber feet. An ambidextrous food safety holder requires little pressure and holds the food in place with prongs to guard your hands from the blades. The set also includes an insert holder that doubles as a drying rack. Instruction manual included.
From the Manufacturer
With over 50 years of experience and knowledge, the maker of the Original V-Slicer has re-confirmed their position as the leader in the mandoline category. German made Börner V-Slicers are world renowned for their durability, precision, quality and safety. These attributes remain true with the new and innovative VPower V-Slicer that provides 10 different cuts. It features a patented push button that allows size and thickness adjustment without removing the insert. Börner’s patented safety setting provides worry-free storage that is both convenient and compact. With four fresh colors available, the strength is in the design, the power to create healthy meals is yours.
- Made from durable food-safe ABS plastic
- Blades are German-made surgical stainless steel
- Plane insert has a safety position, covering the V-blade when not in use
- Patented push button size/thickness adjustment allows for changes without having to remove the insert
- Slip-resistant rubber feet
It all started in 1956 when Alfred Börner, a toolmaker by profession, started the business manufacturing an onion cutter. This cutter was made of wood with four razor-sharp blades bent in such a way to make cutting onions into cubes easy work. This one invention sparked many more and product demand increased from all over the world.
Today, Börner employs over 85 people and runs two shifts a day, six days a week to keep up with product demand around the world. Börner has become a well established company, producing state of the art kitchen tools.
Börner of Germany, manufactures the finest quality vegetable slicers on the market today and are leading edge in design and technology. From the V-Slicer Pro to the Combi-Chef and Veg' Art Prep Tool, Börner products help add creativity to any gourmet meal.
Swissmar has been providing quality products and service at affordable prices for more than 25 years. We are proud to be the exclusive North American partner for internationally known brands such as Peugeot of France, Börner of Germany and Dalla Piazza of Switzerland We have also developed many other partnerships throughout the world to bring you a diverse product assortment. Over the last few years, we have been expanding our own brand of Swissmar products such as raclettes, fondues, wine accessories, kitchen tools, cheese knives and accessories. You can now find Swissmar brand products in many countries around the world.
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Convenience is great too. This design combines the advantages of on-board and separate housing of tools by having the tool case attach to the underside of the body. Then everything just fits in the bowl.
True, this unit can’t manage crinkle or waffle cuts because the V-blade isn’t interchangeable, but I didn’t mind buying another small Borner mandoline for that special purpose - not expensive and really just as convenient as changing blades.
Strange to say, my main machine has a production flaw. Molded-in graphics indicate that the thick-slicing julienne blade can make square dices. Unlike the thin-slicing julienne blade, however, the thick-slicer won’t adjust to the indicated dicing position (so, no dice!). I have heard of Borner introducing an updated model that won’t disappoint in that way but still have all the old virtues. Mine is from 2013.
Oh, well. Lots of little machines can dice vegetables!
UPDATE: How amazing! - after four years of thinking that my large-julienne cutter wouldn’t and couldn’t make diced vegetables, I have stumbled on how to make it work. In case anyone else needs help, here’s how: you know that you want to move the julienne assembly upward and inward toward the V-blades, according to the molded index point for dicing. But you must start (counter-intuitively) by pushing firmly DOWNWARD on its opposite end (nearest the handle, farthest from the blades); this allows a small, hidden plastic pin to move down and underneath a barrier and onto a plastic ramp that guides the whole assembly exactly to where it needs to go. What results is the promised dicing action.
First, the inserts for making small and large strips are the same as previous models, which you slip and and away you go. The straight slicer, however, has changed. Before you had one insert, and inserting it one way provided very thin slices, and flip it over, and you get thicker slices. This model, you slip it in one way, and there is a button on the side of the unit that you push and adjust the depth where insert sits, thus adjusting the slice thickness accordingly. It sounds god on paper, since now you have more options for thickness. The problem is the button mechanism is hard to work, frustrating to set, and when struggling with it, there is a real danger that you'll slice your finger. Once the slicer is set up, you need to make practice slices to see how they come out and then adjust. The V-1001, you know what your getting before you start. I find it very difficult to use and takes up more time than it's worth.
The V-1001 is quick, easy to use, set-up and clean. ThisV-7000 is hard to set-up, is not consistent, hard to pack back up again. (and is more expensive). It is also larger, which makes it somewhat more difficult to store.
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One thing they've improved is the storage of the the secondary blades. Well done.