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Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer

  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer

Oxo Good Grips V Blade Mandoline Slicer

£128.00 £77.00 Save: £51.00
£77.00 £128.00 You save: £51.00



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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • Sharp, V-shaped blade of hardened stainless steel easily slices both firm vegetables like potatoes and soft fruits like tomatoes with four easily adjustable slice thickness settings: 1.5mm, 3mm, 4.5mm and 6mm
  • Straight and wavy blades for straight or crinkle cuts, and julienne blades for French Fries or fine julienne strips
  • Food holder securely holds food and protects fingers, and textured runway keeps food from sticking
  • Mandoline locks closed and feet fold in for safe and compact storage
  • Soft handle and turning knob for comfort and non-slip feet for safety
  • Mandoline body and food holder are top-rack dishwasher safe (hand wash blades)
  • Recommended by America's Test Kitchen
  • The OXO Better Guarantee: If you experience an issue with your OXO product, get in touch with us for a repair or replacement. We're grateful for the opportunity to learn from your experience, and we'll make it better
  • Included Components: OXO Good Grips V-Blade Mandoline Slicer
  • Number of pieces: 4
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More than I really needLike all OXO products, it's easy to see why this mandoline is so highly rated and reviewed. My only complaint, such as it is, is that had I used this device before buying I probably would have chosen another, simpler mandoline. Versatility comes at a price, and in this case the price is weight and complexity. Granted, OXO has done a great job making this unit as easy to use as possible. But after using the very simple Boerner V-Slicer for 20-some years, the OXO seems like overkill. To solve this problem I ended up buying a very lightweight and well-engineered Kyocera mandoline for less than $15. When I need to slice large items or need julienne strips, the OXO is great. But for smaller, simpler jobs, I now reach for the Kyocera. 4Greatest slicer everI never write good reviews but I have to with this slicer. I have had many slicers and have been disappointed with every one except this one. For the first time I have a product that is better than advertized. I have used to slice tomatoes and onions. It slices cleanly and consistantly. It's tricky to get at the stored blades but easy once you read the directions. The extra stored blades are a bonus and the fact that they are stored internally means you won't loose them. Cleaning is a little cumbersome if you are only slicing 1 or 2 veggies but it slices so good it's worth the effort. It is well made and easy to use. If t fails over time I will try to buy again. 5With a few modifications (blade storage box, cut-resistant gloves) this might just do the trick! Carrot stains not dealbreaker.Bought this mandoline because I like the OXO Good Grips 3-Blade Tabletop Spiralizer with StrongHold Suction so much. In comparing the tools I can see that OXO design has evolved since this mandoline was introduced in 2008 (search for "chowhound oxo mandoline video"). I do realize OXO has released a few new mandolines since then, but I wanted one with a v-blade, julienne cutters, a ripple cut, and a food pusher that is not spring-loaded, so I purchased this older one.I like that the Spiralizer has a separate box with drain holes in the bottom to store the blades; there is less opportunity to cut myself while the blades are drip-drying inside the box on my drying rack and it keeps them clean and safe when not in use. Other reviewers have complained that mandoline juice gets onto the blades stored onboard underneath this mandoline. So to simplify storage and cleanup I made myself a box for the blades (see attached photos).Like other reviewers I've discovered that carrots stain the runway; after grating only two carrots and washing immediately afterwards with Dr. Bronner's Pure-Castile Liquid Soap (8 oz, Peppermint), there was a permanent orange stain. This surprised me as Dr. Bronner's soap usually removes almost everything, and I washed the mandoline immediately. I don't really mind how it looks since it doesn't affect function, but if that were important to me, I could imagine being upset.I've cut oranges (thick) and onions (thin) so far. The food pusher worked just fine. The blade cut just fine. I've successfully minced onions using the "rotate 90 degrees on each cut" method, using the large (orange) julienne cutter in combination with the blue (3mm) setting on the v-blade. I've sliced mushrooms (those work best stem-side down toward the blade to get cut first). I've sliced ginger and garlic pretty cleanly on the 1.5mm setting. The food pusher does have some problems grabbing individual garlic cloves when they're mostly cut and only a little is left. I've tried julienning garlic into matchsticks with inconsistent results. I've tried waffle-cutting garlic cloves with inconsistent results. I haven't tried waffle-cutting anything else; I'm waiting for the chain mail glove to arrive so I can try it on carrots (I'd like to be able to make waffle-cut carrot "chips" for dips and not buy the yucky pre-cut ones in the store).A word about the cut-resistant gloves:I bought a cut-resistant pair of gloves NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves - High Performance Level 5 Protection, Food Grade. Size Small, Free Ebook Included! so that I could cut things that don't fit inside the food pusher. Unfortunately the tip of the glove caught in the blade as I was slicing the first onion, so in the end I returned them and bought the chain mail glove instead.I think I'm going to invest in a pair of these gloves, instead Anself Stainless Steel Mesh Knife Cut Resistant Protective Glove High Perfomance for Kitchen Butcher Working Safety 4Mush!Does not work as advertised. I tried it for the first time this morning on fresh tomatoes. Mush! First slice or two were just ok after the skin was broken the blade would just push the tomato back into the holder. This may work on firmer items but since I purchased this to dehydrate my tomatoes it is of no use to me. In summary this would be five star if one want to slice about 1/4 of a tomato and throw the remaining 3/4 tomato away. This has pretty much turned me off to Mandolin Slicers back to a good sharp knife. Now I will see what it takes to return this for a refund. 1The Best Slicer on the MarketI bought a KitchenAid mandoline slicer that required me to hold it and slice (with no protective fruit/veggie cover) and I nearly sliced my finger off. It was a chaotic mess to use. I immediately packaged that up and returned it to the store. My next slicer I bought was the OXO Good Grips V-Blade. I have a very small kitchen with very limited storage space, so i was worried how much space this would take up in my kitchen drawers. Fortunately, it fits great. It's compact, all the blades are held in the device, and the only thing awkward to store is the part that stakes into the veggie (I just toss it in the drawer). The interchangeable blades are very user-friendly (even for a klutz like me) and it's easy to wash and let drip dry. Because there are so many blades and adjustable dials for thickness, I have been having fun trying new recipes that use vegetables in lieu of pasta noodles. I have already made zucchini lasagna roll ups, vegetable chips, the ever-popular "zoodles," and I've even sliced apples without coring them to dehydrate in my oven. I've also made onion noodles for a stir fry. I absolutely love this slicer! It has been used every single day since purchase. I love the locking safety feature on it, the fact that it holds itself up, so I can keep my hands focused on slicing and not coordinating so much, and that I can pop in the different blades in a matter of seconds. I highly recommend this if you are trying to find healthier ways to eat because using this to slice cucumbers, zucchini, onions, sweet potatoes, apples, etc., make making your own healthy meals and snacks a heck of a lot cheaper and easier! My hubs and I have been trying to lose weight and eat more paleo-style foods (no processed foods) just for the general sake of being healthy and I can honestly say that this thing has helped me lose weight because it's fun to use and I find healthy recipes when you just search for "mandoline recipes" on Pinterest or in Google. Also, the blades are extremely sharp, so you don't have to force your food across it to get thin or thick cuts. I've even sliced Yuca on it (which is a hard vegetable) and it came out great! I'd buy this, again, if I ever broke this somehow. 5Amazing!My husband and I wanted to make Chinese Shredded Potatoes with Chili and Vinegar, we needed the right tool to shred potatoes, so we looked on Amazon and found this one. OXO also sells a stainless steel model, although it's more expensive, so we just picked this one. The housing is plastic, and the blades are stainless steel, should be pretty durable. It's easy to install and use, we tried to shred onion, lemon (even the seeds!) and mango, it did a good job! Can't wait to cook my Chinese shredded potatoes! 5Outstanding mandoline with excellent instructions, true to Oxo's reputation!This is my second generation of inexpensive plastic mandolines, and I love it. True to the Oxo reputation, it's easy to use, adjust, and clean. It comes with crystal-clear instructions for changing blades. I liked the gripper better than that on my previous Benriner; however, my life changed when I followed an Alton Brown recommendation and bought a $6 Kevlar glove from Amazon. With the glove, I can palm any vegetable right down to the very end with almost zero waste. As a result, I use my Oxo mandoline constantly: I virtually never chop onions anymore, I mandoline them. I cook a lot of vegetables, especially during Farmers' Market season, and potatoes, squash, carrots, even garlic get mandolined. I have a spiralizer but I never use it because I just mandoline everything. As a result, my Oxo has been used and washed in the dishwasher hundreds of times and is still going strong! 5Difficult to switch bladesI was really excited to get this mandoline. So I took it out of the box and started reading the instructions to learn all the ins and outs of it. When I got to the part about pulling out the julienne blades, I knew there was a problem. I could not get either of those blades out. As I yanked harder on the blade's pull tab, I became more and more afraid the blade would suddenly pop out and I was going to slice my finger open.I am admittedly not particularly strong, but I didn't think I'd have to be to use an OXO mandoline.After fiddling around with it for a few minutes, just imagining myself dealing with this thing during food prep and cleanup made me sad. I boxed it back up and will be returning it. 1Why have I never had one of these before?? LOVE LOVEVegans have lots of slicing needs. I can't tell you how many hours of my life I've wasted using a knife when I could have been using this! And this one, well, it's simple - you get five pre-set options, and that's it - but it's also really safe, from the chunky rubbery handle to the very huge hand guard (which, due to its awesome design, will take an onion right down to the thinnest bit of base plate!) AND you can just rinse the whole thing under the faucet, no need to take it apart and scrub it, everything just glides right off with water, stand it in the dish rack, and you're done. It's easy to change the few parts it has without slicing yourself to bits, and it's nearly impossible to make a mistake that would harm you. The rubber feet keep it from going anywhere. You can slice right over a pot or bowl if you want and it is easy to hold in place with one hand. Yes, the plastic gets stained from carrots, but I'm not planning on putting it on display - it lives on top of the fridge. Awesome product, so happy. 5Not necessary to dissasmble blades to clean after use.Since some people didn t like the dissasembly for cleaning, I thought I would post here that I don t think disassembling the parts is necessary when cleaning. I just leave everything in place, other maybe the blade I am using though I don t know if it really needs to be removed either. If you look closely you can see they have designed the piece with drainage holes where each blade is snapped in underneath, so the piece can be cleaned and rinsed without removing the many blades. Which makes it a super fast cleanup. 5
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