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Rösle® Wire Cheese Slicer

  • $30.00
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A stainless steel slicer with two different slicing wires so you can choose to cut thick or thin slices of cheese. Dishwasher safe  
  • Manufacturer: Rösle
  • Care: Do not use ordinary steel wool for cleaning; use recognized household cleaning agents specialized for stainless steel to guarantee optimum results
  • Dimensions: Handle length: 4", total length: 9¾"
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Warranty: 5-year warranty
  • Model: #12723; replacement wires #95989


BENEFITS:

  • Two wires run along the sides of the wire cheese slicer, each one fixed at a different distance from the central rod, so soft cheeses can be sliced in different thicknesses.
  • The prong at the tip facilitates easy lifting and serving.
 
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4.3 / 5.0
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very easy to handle
Overall a good design idea, easy to handle. Make sure you buy extra wires though, mine broke after 3 months
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April 1, 2012
Perfectly Thin Slices
This creates perfectly thin slices of cheese which I love, but the wires break easily. I still love it though since I have never found a slicer for soft cheese that doesn't mangle or mush the cheese except this one. Just make sure you purchase plenty of extra wires and you will love it too
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May 11, 2013
Light saber cheese knife!
Really cool design and an excellent conversation piece at parties. Works beautifully. Even the associate who I asked about it wasn't immediately sure what it was. It was a mystery so worth solving!
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December 7, 2013
 

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