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Sur La Table® Vegetable and Fruit Spiral Slicer

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Exclusive Our exclusive spiral slicer offers a new twist on healthy cooking. A simple turn of the handle delivers effortless vegetable spirals that would be at home in the pages of your favorite foodie magazine. Create delicious fresh zucchini noodles—“zoodles” to their fans—quick and easy curly fries, shredded carrots and cabbage for cole slaw, decorative garnishes and more. For best results, slice off the end of the vegetable being cut to provide a secure grip.

Spiral slicer comes with interchangeable blades to create three different textures: ribbons, thick spirals and thin spirals or shreds. Blades slide into place easily and store under the base of the unit when not in use. The toothed, rotating disc holds vegetables securely against the cutting surface and keeps fingers safely away from the blade. Suction feet keep the spiral cutter from slipping, and the helper handle provides extra leverage when necessary.

  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table
  • Includes: Unit, 3 slicing plates
  • Material: Plastic, stainless steel
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 12" x 6" x 8½"
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in China
  • Interchangeable blades are easy to swap out and snap securely into place
  • Base secures to most surfaces via suction cup feet
  • Blades clip into base for safe, easy storage when not in use
  • Crank provides smooth rotation, while the toothed gripping head and central pivot securely grip most firm fruits and vegetables
Try Curry Vegetable Noodles with Shrimp for a twist on stir-fry »
3.0 / 5.0
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There are quite a few spiralizers out there and I've tried many of them while cooking with friends and coworkers. This is by far the easiest to use and has the quickest output. Try spiralizing zucchini and yellow squash, sauteing with some kale in a little olive oil, tossing in a spicy marinara sauce and serving alongside some grilled chicken. So good!!!
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August 20, 2014
I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical to try this item as I am huge pasta lover! I used the small thin spiral disk and made zucchini noodles and served it with Ina Garten's Weeknight Bolognese. The spiralizer was super easy to use, you definitely need to apply a little pressure to the crank, but I had noodles within a few minutes.
I kept the noodles raw, mixed in the super hot Bolognese and the noodles turned out perfect. I think they would be too soggy if I had sautéed or precooked them, so I recommend leaving them raw and they will cook down a bit in the sauce.
AMAZING alternative to pasta, I am super excited to try out other recipes. 5 STARS!
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September 18, 2014
Great idea but poor implementation
I didn't realize when I bought the first one that there were NO instructions and that the blades could so easily break when I tried to clean off the heavy adhesive left by the tape that was over the blades. As I was using Goo-Gone on the tape adhesive, the blade cracked. I managed to cut a zucchini but it then shattered when I trie a carrot.The store graciously gave me a replacement but that spurred me to do more research. I found a great YouTube video tutorial for the Paderno spiralizer and I noticed the differences... And it was the same price on Amazon Prime as the Sur la Table one. So I ordered it too. And now that the Paderno device has arrived I see that it has directions and the tape leaves no residue and it has a switch to release the suction cups (I didn't even know I had suction cups on the Sur la Table device since all I got was it and the box....). So I'm taking this one back to Sur la Table. I can see a difference in the thickness of the mold around certain areas of the blades. Otherwise except for the suction release, they look nearly identical. I am flabbergasted that Sur la Table doesn't give me ANY help! The best thing I got from Sur la Table was the recipe for the curry shrimp (awesome). The store told me I'm not the only one to complain about the lack of a manual. My recommendation: think carefully before buying this particular brand.
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November 22, 2014
Easy Spiralizer
I am slowly jumping on the healthy eating bandwagon. As a fellow noodle lover, I had to give this a try after noticing that spiralizers are getting more popular these days. I first bought a julienne peeler since I didn't like how the hand crank versions had a bit of "waste" that wouldn't be spiralized. Bad idea. Zoodling a zucchini with a peeler ended up being a slippery and uneven job and I ended up with more "waste" than with this spiralizer. Granted, I just ended up chopping up these last bits and tossing them with my noodles since there is nothing wrong with them. In comparison, this spiralizer is safer - no chance of slicing my fingers. It comes with 3 different interchangable blades. The two blades you're not using click into a storage compartment on the right side - not sure why they don't show this handy feature. The feet suction into your counter so there's no crazy balancing act here. Just hold the spiral crank and the handle that helps you hold whatever you are zoodling against the blades. You don't have to push hard you're just keeping the veggie against the blade as it turns into noodles. I made the curry shrimp and vegetable noodles recipe from the catalog (which was sooo good) and I had to zoodle 2 yellow squashes and 2 zucchinis. Set up and zoodling took me under 10 minutes and I ended up with 16 cups of zoodles. My first zucchini, I was nervous, so I cut it in half in order before I stuck it into the machine. No need. This can handle an entire zucchini no prob. The only thing is that you end up with longer noodles. The blade and crank piece come apart from the legs easily and it's easy to clean, too. This spiralizer is a time saver and super easy to use. This is a kitchen must have!
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September 17, 2014
Vegetable and Fruit Slicer
I had originally purchased the Spirelli Spiral Slicer and after trying it, was very disappointed in the results so, I returned it. The Vegetable and Fruit Spiral Slicer is much more effective and I have been very pleased with it. I still haven't figured out how to deal effectively with a carrot though. I am still experimenting with various vegetables and will try fruits soon.
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September 15, 2014
6 months ago
Don't buy unless you only eat zucchini and potatoes
We could not get this to work on anything smaller than a large zucchini, even large carrots won't work. Went back to the store for help and they couldn't get it to work.
Took mine back - don't buy
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November 9, 2014
Spiral Slicer
Very simply.....I love this thing. It works like I thought it would, it makes wonderful vegetable spirals --- we eat them raw in salads, sauteed in other things. It is easy to use, easy to clean and I am completely happy with it.
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October 6, 2014
5 months ago
This is a great item to have. This year I embarked on a low carb diet, for health and weight reasons. I love pasta, and I've been making pasta with this from zucchini and haven't really missed regular pasta one bit. (and I've lost 35lbs). I haven't scored this 5 stars because the plates are a tight fit and I have trouble removing them. I sometimes spray the groves with an oil spray to help, it's minor, but it's still an annoyance. TIP: don't let the strands get too long, it makes it difficult to eat. Try this: spiralize 2 small zucchini and 1 yellow squash, add the rind of half a lemon, and the juice, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1/3 cup torn mint leaves, 1/3 cut grated Parmesan. add black pepper to taste. serve immediately.
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November 6, 2014
Cheaply made
Ordered this because I thought it would be great to have for vegetables. Opened the box and the plastic is so cheap that one of the blade pieces was broken. Called and they replaced for no charge. Unfortunately, the same thing happened with the second. Got a refund.
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November 25, 2014
Only good for light work
Bought it. Used it. Returned it. Had it only for 5 days.
Used it on yellow squash and zucchini and it works great – HOWEVER – just don’t try anything that’s harder or denser like yams, sweet potatoes, butternut or acorn squash, etcetera. The handle broke off inside and wouldn't turn the vegetables. Also needed to make sure the counter is dry so the suction feet stick (somewhat hard to do when cutting up fruits and vegetables). All-in-all it seems made for the small soft stuff. I’m going to try their metal one next.
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November 17, 2014
Piece of Junk
Sorry to say but this thing is just not worth it. Try a carrot and see what happens. Can't get it to stay in the holder, falls apart. Just stay away from this item. Buy one of the other spiral mandolins. As other people said, good for soft veg and that's about it.
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December 7, 2014
Flimsy and Tough Adhesive
I had high hopes for this product. The device does not live up to the quality standards I expect from SurLaTable. The first issue was the adhesive used to affix the plastic warnings to the blades. I am pretty sure this is something developed for NASA. Nothing takes it off - not scrubbing, dishwasher, or vegetable oil. However, in the process of trying to remove the glue so I could use the device the frame on one of the blades cracked. The entire device is pretty flimsy, completely made from thin, brittle plastic. This will go back and I will seek a different brand.
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January 1, 2015
I love spiralizing but I have a small one and I wanted to buy my mom and mother in law the best for Christmas so I got each of them one of these. My mother in laws broke after just ONE USE and my moms broke BEFORE SHE EVEN GOT TO USE IT. I was cleaning the stickers off the blades (the stickers are VERY hard to get off) and all the plastic of each of the 3 inserts cracked around the blades, i was barely pressing on them. DO NOT BUY this product. I got the Gefu from Bed Bath and Beyond and it has lasted me 5 months. I am shocked that a "quality company" like Sur La Table would put their name behind this product. It is terrible and pretty embarrassing to give as a gift and have both break. :/
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January 28, 2015
Wish I'd read these reviews first!
I brought this home yesterday with such high hopes. Took it out of the box to wash and then use but 2 of the disks were already broken. Just another example of shoddy Chinese workmanship. I'll take it back tomorrow. I hope the buyer for Sur la Table reads these reviews---not at all what we expect from this company.
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January 15, 2015
poor quality all around
I purchased this item and used it maybe 2-3 times for zucchini. I was very gentle when I turned the handle each time I used it. After the 2nd use I could see that the handle where it attaches to the center support was starting to crack. After the next use the handle fell off. I called and got a replacement which was great, but then after about 5 uses, again only with zukes it has cracked again and is about to fall off. I was able to get a refund - but am disappointed with the quality of this item. I can't imagine using this with a more study veggie. I'm finding that many of sur la Table brand name items are not of very high quality and am generally disappointed with their brand name products. Don't buy this item!!!!!
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January 25, 2015
Great item but no instructions
Love the spiral slicer and works really well. It is easy to figure out but it does not come with instructions, which is a little concerning given that the blades are obviously sharp. I could see how someone could really hurt themselves. Aside from the lack of instructions (I looked in every box at the store) this is a great product.
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November 26, 2014
Love this kitchen tool!
Love this product. Makes great zucchini noodles. The blade discs are sharp, easy to use. Cleans up so easy. A must have for the chef in your family!
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October 24, 2014
Interesting Product, poorly executed...
I received this as birthday gift and had seen it in the store on a couple of visits. Looked interesting enough to comment on it and my wife bought it.

In use it is really disappointing and if it wouldn't hurt her feelings I would make her return it for a refund.

The tailstock (I'm a machinist) is very flexible and prevents the device from producing the same type of spirals seen in the advertising.

My bet is they had 3 people running it to get the results shown.

Very disappointed.
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January 14, 2015
Terrible quality!
I was so excited to get this as a present, but am very disappointed. It is a great concept, but too cheaply made. The blade I was using cracked the first time I used it. I am hoping someone else will make a newer version of a sturdier material. This is being returned immediately. :(
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January 11, 2015
I am obsessed!
I love pasa, and pasta very much loves me right back; by sticking to me! So, I turned to zucchini noodles, which I was Hand Slicing before buying this wonderful accessory. It is EASY to use, EASY to clean, stores in the box it comes in, has convenient storage for 2 additional blades, and makes BEAUTIFUL, QUICK, and tasty noodles from zucchini!! I've mainly used it for that, but have also tried potatoes, bell peppers, onions, carrots (they need to be on the larger side to work, apples, beets, and squash. It is perfect and is a very reasonable price. Highly recommend.
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November 14, 2014
Save your money.
All three of the blades that came with this product were cracked before even being used. One was so badly cracked that not even super-glue could come to the rescue.

There are plenty of similar products out there; strongly suggest you invest in one of them.
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January 10, 2015
Would like to ue this!
I received this as a gift and was really excited to use it! After I cleaned the adhesive off the blades, I rinsed them off and each one of the blade housings cracked at the corners. I took the unit back to the store and they promptly exchanged it. I took it home and cleaned the adhesive off, rinsed in warm soapy water, and this time only 2 of the 3 housings cracked. I'll take it back for a refund, this time. There are no instructions so I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but if it can't hold up to a rinse in warm water, I don't see how it would last anyway. I'm disappointed, as in my experience, this is not typical of Sur La Table.
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December 27, 2014
2 months ago
I usually read reviews before buying things but thought Sur La Table would sell top of the line. As happened for others, no instructions were included which made me think it had already veen retruned, and then resold. The adhesive stayed on the blades, and it was nearly impossible to cut a sweet potato, which was the first thing I tried. I had to cut it into small pieces and my husband had to hold the front of the tool, while I cranked the handle and pulled on the side handle and front of the frame with my other hand. If I only wanted to cut zucchini, I'm sure it would work fine but I don't want a one-use tool. Without instructions, I had to discover the suction cups, and of course guess on the use of that side handle. The point of this tool is to save time, and now, since I'll be returning it, it will end up costing me more time than it was worth.
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January 10, 2015
1 month ago
Will not cut hard items like a sweet potato.
I bought this as a gift for a friend and found it to be disappointing. The difference in price between this item at its full retail of $35 and a Benriner Turning Slicer at anywhere from $59 to $79 is astounding. If you are a serious cook, get the benriner. This item will not cut anything hard like a sweet potato. My Benriner will shred and curl virtually anything. If all you want to do is shred some zucchini or yellow squash, this will work. Anything else, don't even try.
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December 16, 2014
Good spiralizer, tape on blades very annoying
Reading some other reviews, I have not tried this on potatoes, but works great on a zucchini. I gave it -1 star because the tape that is on the blades when you get the machine that says "sharp blade" is so sticky that when you pull it off there is a thick residue. I let it soak in goof off and then in soapy water, I still had to use my fingernail to get it off and in the process sliced my finger on the sharp blade that it was warning me about. Not good that the tape warning of a sharp blade caused my to cut my finger on the sharp blade. Seems like regular cleaning would not be an issue. Otherwise I am happy with the product.
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December 31, 2014
Sexy Beast
The absolute coolest kitchen gadget I've ever bought - and so reasonable. If you want to eat raw, vegan, or just healthy, the spiralizer makes it so easy. There's something about the size and shape of the spirals that makes zucchini and squash taste so much better raw. Just a sprinkle of salt and herbed olive oil and shazam! Delicious - and so chic!
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November 4, 2014
Simple, fun, inexpensive
Pickled spiralized vegetables anyone?! Try it. Thank me later.
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February 24, 2015
Best I've used
Got the Gefu first and was disappointed that it did not cut "hard" veggies (carrots, radishes, etc.). This one cuts everything I've put on it. No instructions, so come back to this site for tips on using it, although it is pretty intuitive. I really REALLY like it!
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December 22, 2014
2 months ago
What no instructions or recipe's included
It works fine. I had to figure out how to use by side of box. It's a little awkward trying to pull handle while running other handle at same time. You would think they would include some simple instructions inside, plus a few recipe's but none of the 3 that I ordered as gifts came with anything. I mean really, how lazy can the inventors/manufacturers be. Is profit that important that they give no customer service at all. Bitches
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December 23, 2014
2 months ago

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