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de Buyer® Stainless Steel Ultra Dicing Mandoline

Simple and safe to use, this versatile mandoline cuts cubes 2, 4 and 10mm; lozenges, slices, crinkle cuts, juliennes 2, 4 and 10 mm and waffle cuts. Simply adjust settings for thicknesses from extra thin up to 10mm. Heavy-duty, professional-quality...Read More

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Simple and safe to use, this versatile mandoline cuts cubes 2, 4 and 10mm; lozenges, slices, crinkle cuts, juliennes 2, 4 and 10 mm and waffle cuts. Simply adjust settings for thicknesses from extra thin up to 10mm.

Heavy-duty, professional-quality mandoline is made of brushed stainless steel and composite polymers with high-quality blades from the French cutlery industry. Comes with a double horizontal blade, straight and serrated, and three julienne blades 2, 4 and 10 mm.

Mandoline holds securely to your countertop with non-slip feet. A slider comfortably holds fruits and vegetables, and an ergonomic plastic pusher keeps hands safely away from blade. Blades store conveniently under the mandoline. Dishwasher safe, the pusher comes apart for easy cleaning. 15" x 5" 3.4 lbs. Made in France.

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  • Includes: Mandoline and four blades
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 15" x 5" 3.4 lbs
  • Material: Stainless steel and plastic
  • Made in France
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    Needs a design change
    I received one of these as a gift and found it quite difficult to use because the blade's angle presents a ""squared"" (not angled or V-shaped) cutting edge to the food. I've used other tools of this type that had angled or V-shaped blades and they were all great. I think I'll replace this for one with a design that works for me
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    August 27, 2013
    broke the first time I used it
    I was told by a friend to buy the Oxo but decided since this was more expensive it was better. The chamber that holds the food (I was slicing sweet potatoes to make baked chips) was smaller than I expected, and after the first couple of slices the spring that holds the plunger that pushes the food in popped and flew across my kitchen. I still haven't found the plunger. I returned it the next day to WS and bought the Oxo Steel, which I have used several times a week flawlessley.
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    Sur La Table Store
    This is for my mom's birthday present and looks like the best one for her.
    Pamela S on Apr 19, 2015
    I wanted to get my wife a high-quality unit as she had hinted she wished
    Randolph W on Dec 6, 2014
    How does this dice?

    This seems to be the only mandoline that clsims to do so without numerous restrictions (e.g. Wms. Sonoma's soft fruit and onions only.)
    A shopper on Sep 7, 2012
    Best Answer: Simple and safe to use, this versatile mandoline cuts cubes 2, 4 and 10mm; lozenges, slices, crinkle cuts, juliennes 2, 4 and 10 mm and waffle cuts. Simply adjust settings for thicknesses from extra thin up to 10mm.There are really no restrictions as to what kind of vegetables or fruits this machine will dice. The instructions are included in the machine, however it just requires a 90 degree turn at the top of the mandoline in order to create the cube cut you are looking for
    Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Sep 12, 2012
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    How long do the blades last and what is the warranty?
    A shopper on Jul 6, 2013
    Best Answer: There isn't really a standard on how long the blades will last. It is contingent upon how it's used and how often it's used. It has a 2 year manufacturers' warranty.
    Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jul 9, 2013
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