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Sur La Table® Vegetable and Fruit Spiral Slicer


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...Read More

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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.

Try Curry Vegetable Noodles with Shrimp for a twist on stir-fry »

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  • 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

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  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table
  • Material: Plastic, stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 12" x 6" x 8½"
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in China

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  • Dishwasher safe

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  • Unit
  • 3 slicing plates


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Customer Reviews

3.4 / 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
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
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
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
1 year ago
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
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
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
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
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
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March 1, 2015
9 months ago
Blades broke from hot water before use!
Tried to clean the glue off of the blades with little luck. While washing the blades in hot water, I first noticed a crack radiating from the rivet fastening the blade to the plastic carrier, then the carrier broke completely apart. I noticed a small crack adjacent to a rivet on a second blade and watched as it spread, too. I plunged the third blade immediately into cold water - it hasn't broken, yet. The designer apparently doesn't know that metal expands faster than plastic. This is a defective product that should not be on the market.
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March 29, 2015
11 months ago
Not durable, extremely cheaply made
I have had mine for maybe 9 months. It had no instructions on care or use. Two screw fell out today rusted. It didn't stick to my counter. I only used it for anything other than zucchini once and it worked fine for zucchini but was awful on apples! Very disappointed! I looked forward to having this for a long time!
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July 27, 2015
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
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
Sooo Disappointed
I bought this spiral slicer because it was on sale and I trusted Sur la Table. This is a replacement of another one that I gave to a friend and loved.

The two tools looked identical, but what a difference. There was something wrong with the construction of this machine and it was very difficult to turn the handle and the entire unit would rock unsteadily. The results were also uneven. I hope I can return it because I only opened it yesterday but have had it for over a month.

This also creates a flatter strand which I didn't expect (or like); the Padermo I had created more spaghetti-like strands.

Anyway, just very disappointed.
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May 6, 2015
Simple, fun, inexpensive
Pickled spiralized vegetables anyone?! Try it. Thank me later.
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February 24, 2015
Takes a couple tries to get used to
Took a few tries to get used to where to exactly place the food, but worked great after. Great way to make "Pasta" out of vegetables for my wife who cannot eat large amounts of grain products. Very easy to clean.
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November 4, 2015
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
I love this thing. I have used it a handful of times and love the results. It gets easier with use, and the more I use it, the more I want to do with it.
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March 16, 2015
1 year ago
Works exactly as descried
I bought this several weeks ago to add some variety low carb diet. I love the way it works and actually ordered one for my son. I can see what people mean when they say it seems cheaply made, because it kind of is. But it works very well and I expect to use mine frequently.
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February 27, 2015
9 months ago
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
11 months ago
Really easy to use
This spiralizer is so simple and easy to use. I will make zoodles all the time.
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July 22, 2015
Spiral veggies
Great product, easy to use. Didn't come with any instructions, so now need to look online for how to use all the different blades etc. would have given five stars if that were included.
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September 12, 2015
3 months ago
Very Cheap
I bought this because I did not want to invest too much when I had never spiralized before. As well, I bought it in store because I did not want to wait for the one that someone had suggested to ship in the mail (wrong decision). Wish I had. I could get passed the suctions not working on my counter, I just used pressure. It is clearly cheaply made just by looking at it. When I moved it from one counter to another, one of the blades fell out (they 'lock' into place) and broke. I figured that can be in part due to my carelessness. But I could not get passed the handle breaking off on me maybe around the 10 to 20th use. When it worked, the output was pretty good. If this was $10 I would say, go for it as a beginner spiralizer to see if you want to spend more at a later time. But as this is $30 and there are plenty of other high quality spiralizers out there in that price point, Spend your money more wisely!!
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October 31, 2015

Questions & Answers

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I have been wanting to try this.
Traci T on Nov 29, 2015
I wanted an easier way to spiral vegetables. This looks like just what I was looking for.
Sara T on Nov 29, 2015
Good price. It's for my vegetarian daughter.
Lisa P on Nov 29, 2015
The kids love their veggies.
Michael O on Nov 29, 2015
This looks cool but what makes this one exclusive. Isn't the same model sold all over made by Paderno World Cuisine. If it is different, in what ways and why is this one better?
Justin S on Aug 26, 2014
Best Answer: It’s made exclusively for us by one of our factories in China. Multiple factories in China often produce similar items, so a different factory may be producing something similar for another company. Eventually, we will be moving to an exclusive color to differentiate ours from the rest of what’s available.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Aug 28, 2014
Does it come with an
instruction manual?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2014
Best Answer: No, which I found strange. I called customer service and someone wonderful walked me through it. Afterwards, I noticed the pictures on the box, which actually give a visual as to what it comes with and how to use it. Still think instructions should have come with the product.
Reply · Report · Terry B on Sep 7, 2014
Is this BPA-free?
Jennifer on Aug 29, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, this spiral slicer is BPA free.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 3, 2014
What happened to the instructions and cook book?
Claudette on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: This items doesn't come with a cookbook or instructions.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 19, 2014
Can you use all size vegetables with the spiralizer? Such as spaghetti squash?
A shopper on Sep 15, 2014
Best Answer: This spiralizer is made more for larger vegetables & fruits than smaller ones, but I'm not sure you could really spiralizer spaghetti squash. Because it's already fibrous, I think if you tried to spiralizer it, you'd most likely end up with tiny, sort of diced up looking pieces.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 16, 2014
Need description for what each blade is used for???
A shopper on Dec 24, 2014
Best Answer: I would just try them out. Use a potato as it is firm and will help you see the different cuts acheived with each blade.
Reply · Report · Thank Y on Aug 2, 2015
Staff mentioned that this is for larger vegetables rather than smaller ones. Does that mean that this is NOT suitable for zucchini make zucchini 'spaghetti' ? That would be the main reason I would purchase :-(
PeeDee on Oct 2, 2014
Best Answer: We have made zucchini and yellow squash spaghetti. We actually steam the zucchini spaghetti. In a separate pan we make al fresco chicken with sun dried tomatoes sausage along with an assortment of vegetables.Quick and easy dinner.
Recommend the zucchini be at least 6" long
Reply (1) · Report · John H on Oct 2, 2014
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what is the woman in the picture holding in her left hand? is she pushing down on it to keep the veggie in place or to counter the force of cutting the veggie. i can't tell what part that is looking at the pic with all the pieces in it.
A shopper on Sep 2, 2014
Best Answer: The woman in the picture has her hand around the handle which you slide along as the vegetable is sliced. Some vegetables like a cucumber require very litle pressure while a carrot takes more effort. I played with this slicer for about a week before I really got the hang of it but now it is a great way to add a creative touch to my meals.
Reply · Report · Charlene H on Sep 3, 2014
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CRISPY oven curly potato fries?? I am turning to some of you more experienced cooks and hoping that one of you might have an answer to resolve my current disappointment. I have this spiralizer and, beyond zucchini, I was looking forward to enjoying crispy oven potato curly fries. Frying in oil is not an option in our household for myriad reasons. Anyway, I'd read so many raves about this yummy use of the device and the family was looking forward to trying them. I've used the oven roasting and baking method for all sorts of veggies and didn't anticipate a problem. Was I wrong!!! They cooked forever and they were sooo soggy. Now, I will say that the taste was delish. But they were ugly as heck...most unappetizing. The only crispiness was to be found on a few outlier pieces that stuck to the pan. I did wring them out too before putting them on the sheet as they were almost drippy to begin with after being spiraled. I piled them onto a large baking sheet and baked them in the middle of the oven (later moved them lower in hopes of 'frying' them) at very high heat. I would be so very appreciative if one of you has a clue as where I went awry. Thanks in advance for your help !
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
Best Answer: "Crispy" fries are crispy because they are cooked in oil--that's what frying is all about. Without oil, you can only achieve the crunchiness that occurs as foods begin to dry out. You may experience improved results if you use a spray-on oil (Pam or similar) on well-dried potato shreds before putting them in the oven, or tossing the shreds well with some olive oil before baking at at least 450.
Reply (1) · Report · AMY R on Nov 17, 2014
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Just how would one would go about making potato chips with this? Appreciate the help.
PeeDee on Oct 2, 2014
Best Answer: You can use the slicing blade. The 'chips' would be more like potato ribbons.
Reply · Report · Teree C on Oct 2, 2014
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printed instructions?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
Best Answer: No instructions were provided. I return this in part for that reason. It was also clumsy and cumbersome.
Reply · Report · sandra w on Dec 27, 2014
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I am about to take this back. an't figure out how to put it together. Instruction manuel is necesssary?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2014
Best Answer: ck out the picture on line. There really are only three working parts. The base the crank and the blade. Just stick a potato in for a test run. You do have to tug pretty good to get the blades out. I put all pieces in the dishwasher for cleaning. Makes great sweet potato spirals and also zucchini noodles.
Reply · Report · Thank Y on Aug 2, 2015
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why are there no instructions?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2015
Best Answer: I said the same thing and called customer service. The rep walked me through it by looking at the photos on the box. The rep was very helpful, however, like you I was stumped without directions.
Reply · Report · Terry B on Feb 15, 2015
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Has anyone tried slicing fruit? If so, what fruit works well?
Chris on Oct 7, 2014
Best Answer: I know that it works well on apples. As far as other fruit goes, make sure you stick to fruits with a firmer texture and it should work well.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 7, 2014
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We can't live on Zucchini noodles and hoped we could use this for more than one single food item. (Based upon reviews we fear to use it for anything else lest it break) The box states that it is good for shredding?? Not the most experienced of cooks, we can not figure how this could be used for shredding. Advice appreciated as we do not have room in our tiny abode for a single function device...esp one that's so big
A shopper on Aug 29, 2015
Best Answer: I went out and bought a shredding tool bc this slicer did not do that. That being said I have used it to slice beets and potatoes to make chips and it was great! And I love the spiral feature. I would also say I find it rather hearty - no problems with breakage or even possible breakage! Hope that helps!
Reply · Report · Jennifer C on Sep 2, 2015
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How do you prepare the veggie before putting it on the spiralizer?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2014
Best Answer: i finally have used my spiralizer! I unfortunately did not receve instructions in the box (not sure there were instructions anyway) so went with my gut feeling. I did yellow squash and zucchinni, washed them but left the peels on. I was making the Curry shrimp with vegetable noodles recipe. My whole family enjoyed it. There was no reason to take off the peels and it didnt affect the taste so i will continue to this way. It was easy to use and easy to clean.
Reply · Report · Shauna H on Sep 5, 2014
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Are the blades well protected? I like involving my kids (8 yrs old) when I cook, and they'd have fun with this. Just want to be sure it'd be safe for them to use. Many thanks!
George E Staff on Oct 15, 2014
Best Answer: The blades are extremely sharp, so I would not let them set it up. They can certainly spiral but not without your supervision. The legs have suction cups so it can be secured to counter. My 12 yr old loves using it.
Reply · Report · LINDA H on Oct 15, 2014
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do these blades core the vegetables and fruit. How big is the hole that hold the veg?
Janette B on Jul 27, 2015
Best Answer: Yes. The blades core the fruit and vegetable. I've only used the smaller blade so far but I think the size of the hole depends on which blade you use. I love my spiraler!!!
Reply · Report · elizabeth e on Jul 28, 2015
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are there spare parts for this spiralizer? ours came with a broken blade before we had even used it.
A shopper on Sep 27, 2015
Best Answer: Oddly enough, same thing happened to me. No spare parts but take it to the store or call customer service ... They sent me a replacement.
Reply · Report · Dana C on Sep 27, 2015
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how to change blades?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2015
Best Answer: Select the blade you want to use and slide it in to the track. You can't insert it the wrong way because it only goes in one way. Press down till it snaps into place. I love the safety and ease of cleaning of this machine.
Reply · Report · Donna I on Aug 3, 2015
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Can you wash it in the dishwasher?
barbara t on Feb 27, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, top rack of the dishwasher
Reply · Report · LINDA H on Feb 27, 2015
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There were no directions in the box I received from Sur La Table (shipped) for this product. Was that an error? How do you use this? Where can I get directons?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2015
Best Answer: I returned mine and lost money because they had reduced them and I had gotten mine through the catalog. She is right there were no directions and I had no idea how it worked. While in Phoenix I was able to talk to a salesman and was told that they had no directions but that if I brought it back I could exchange it for another brand. I was not pleased with this transaction.
Reply · Report · Betty B on Nov 17, 2015
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my handle cracked. can i just get a new handle?
A shopper on Oct 1, 2015
Best Answer: No, we don't sell replacement parts.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 1, 2015
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The handle broke on mine after only a few uses. Can I get a replacement?
Beth S on Aug 14, 2015
Best Answer: We don't carry replacement parts for this item.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Aug 17, 2015
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