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Product Information
HansGo Mandoline Slicer, Vegetable Slicer Chopper Fruit Cutter Handheld Cheese Grater Potato Onion Slicer
Rating:
3.67 / 5   (3 Reviews)
Price: $16.98

Description

High Quality: Built from first-grade, BPA-free ABS food-safe plastic, ultra sharp premium stainless steel blades, guaranteed not to rust or lose sharpness over time. The Mandoline Slicer is healthy, sharp and rust-resisting.
Easy to Use: The handle and the finger protector are professional ergonomic designed that let the vegetable slicer is comfortable to hold or control without worrying about hurting your hands cause of the Finger Protector itself.
Practical Design: Both sides of our mandoline slicer can put different functional blades, and the main body of slicer is at an angle that is natural to slicing rather than laying flat, with the anti-slip silicon on the bottom, helps you holding the slicer more stable and slicing quickly and effortlessly.
Easy to Clean: With no tricky corners and grooves for bits of food to get stuck in, cleaning this vegetables cutter is so easy. Simply toss it into the dishwasher or rinse in the sink.
Widely Used: Professional mandoline slicer, 8 interchangeable mode, safety holder and two tiny cleaning tools. Great for Vegetables, Onions ,Potato, Cucumber, Garlic, Cheese, Fruit, Salad & More.

Reviews

Mandolin Slicer

07 Aug, 2018
I like this mandolin better than anyone I've ever had. The color is a bright green and the blades are extremely Sharp. I love that it has so many different features that I can use and also a safet... more »

Awesome little gadget!

31 Jul, 2018
I found the mandoline slicer incredibly easy to use. So far I have tried cucumbers zucchini. The cucumber I made into thin slices for a cucumber salad, and the zucchini I sliced into thin strips. Neit... more »

A little difficult to use, but with practice gets better.

29 Jul, 2018
This slicer has multiple settings, slices and strips at different thickness settings controlled by a knob. It seems that the difficulty arises when the operator presses down too hard instead of just e... more »