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Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades

  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
  • Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades

Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades

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

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  • Easily and quickly slice and spiralize large quantities of fruits & vegetables instead of using a knife.
  • Includes: 1 x Vegetable spiralizer / slicer plus 4 blades: 1 x Straight blade (1/8") for ribbons and accordion cuts, 3 x Julienne blades (1/8", 1/4" & 3/32") for vegetable strands & zucchini noodles.
  • Smart design. Spiralizer takes up minimal space while stored due to folding design and a separate holder which houses the extra blades.
  • Suction Base. Mount to any clean & non-porous surface with absolute ease due to its powerful suction base.
  • Patented design. Made of heavy-duty BPA-free ABS plastic. Dishwasher safe on top shelf.
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Can't go wrong with this Spiralizer, love it and stores away perfectly.Love this!!! (1) Has minimal product wastage vs Paderno 3 blade. (2) Easy to use, a little getting used to in terms of "the amount of pressure in pushing veggie to get the spiral" but overall quick. (3) 1 blade needs to be fixed the unit while the other 3 are stored 'under the base.' (4) Easy to store away, rather than an odd shaped gadget that would take up too much room. I've spiralized Zuchinni, Carrots and Cabbage. I get excited every time I'm going to use this tool...just makes me happy :-)5Paderno World Cuisine Spiralizer Pro, 4-Blade.Sturdily built, easy-to-clean, and easy to use. I liked the extra 4th blade, and I like the blade storage feature and the cover, and chose this model over the Paderno 3-blade because of these features. They make the extra cost worthwhile. The blades are safely and securely stored, and the whole thing can be cleaned with the blades in the storage area. I like the fact that it's got a "door" to it to keep the storage area clean if I want to store my Spiralizer out in the garage with the rest of my kitchen equipment-and so far, it hasn't made it out there. Once you get the hang of it, it's easy to set it up, or put everything back in place and put the lid on. You can clean it, rinse it, and any water present will drain out through the bottom drainage holes.I am eating more veggies, and I feel better. I have spiraled zucchini, cucumbers, rutabagas, jicama, butternut squash and once, since I can't have very much of it at all, a very small sweet potato. I usually do my cauliflower "rice" or "couscous" with the box grater, but it does make it easier to make veggie "rice" or "couscous" if you spiralize it first, and then finish it in the food processor. So far, I have not used the skewer much.I have made apple "noodles" and I've also made baked apple chips, and they turned out really well, and are a nice, tasty guilt-free dessert. I am having a very good time with my Spiralizer and can heartily recommend the Paderno Pro 4-blade.So far, the book I like the best, and use the most, is Alissandra Maffucci's "Inspiralized," although I also like "The Vegetable Spiralizer Cookbook" by Laura Moore, and "My Paderno Spiralizer Cookbook" by J.S. Amie as well.5TOP OF THE LINE KITCHEN GADGETThis is a 1st impressions review as I've only used the Spiralizer a few times and am so far very impressed.Pros:Storage[5 stars]: all parts fold/collapse into the compact spiralizer body that takes up little space;convenient blade storageEase of Use [5 stars]: I have a professional metal "french fry" cutter & have to have husband push the potatoes thru while I hold the cutter steady! The spiralizer is a "no male" required gadget as it cranks so easily even a child can do it [even using large potatoes]; in just a few minutes you have lots of great curly fries!Oh and by the way..mine sticks to my counter top like tax hikes....some reviewers have complained about the suction cup feet....just be sure and press them down its not rocket science.Cleaning [5 stars]: all parts slide out easily for rinsingWaste [5 stars]; I've only used potatoes so can't comment on other vegetables; so far all my "waste cores" have been smaller than a pencil in diameter so I fry'em with the rest. Several reviewers show images of much larger cores perhaps Paderno made "improvements" to combat the large "waste core" problemVariety of Use [5 stars] with 4 blade sizes this little gadget pretty much can do it all; its like a mandolin on steroids!Safety [5 stars]: near impossible to have contact with the sharp blades while using plus integrated blade storage...a no brainer.Price [5 stars]: although "plastic" this gadget is by no means "cheaply made" so get over the plastic part ....beats $200-300 for a professional metal version that only makes curly fries and rust!Bottom line is if your thinking of a curly fry maker this is the gadget to get!5NOT STURDY WHEN FULLY ASSEMBLED; SPIRALS ARE FLAT, NOT ROUND, IN SHAPERather surprised at all the glowing reviews of this product. Wondering if some of them are not paid reviews?I purchased this in an effort to eat more vegetables and replace some pasta with zucchini and squash. Somewhat underwhelmed by its performance.Somehow, after watching video after video, I thought the shape of the "spirals" would be round, probably because of the numerous descriptions and references alluding to angel hair and spaghetti pasta shapes. But they are flat, like fettucine, rather than round. Also, so far I cannot get nice long spirals like the videos show ~ instead I get short curved pieces. Maybe that will improve with practice. Not sure how much I want to practice, though. Not overly fond of kitchen gadgets that come with a learning curve!A bigger user issue is that the spiralizer is not particularly sturdy when assembled. In the interest, I suppose, of keeping it compact, the manufacturers created half a dozen pieces you have to assemble in order to use it. Fair enough, once you figure it out (does not come with assembly instructions).But the fit of the various pieces is somewhat loose and a bit sloppy, so that the handle falls off whenever you aren't actively pushing and turning it. The suction cups work reasonably well to keep it stable but invariably at some point during the process they slip and the whole thing slides. I've tried both dry suction and also wiping the cups with a damp rag before pressing down on them (which works better), but they still loosen at least once per vegetable.The blades seem sharp enough, but you do need to use a bit of force when pressing the vegetables into the blades. Just turning the handle does not work well. And I find I have to keep one hand pressing down on the base if I don't want it to move while I'm spiralizing, stopping every few turns to clear a place on the plate for the spirals to fall.This machine works best for three-handed people. Haven't decided yet if I will return it or not.3Save yourself the headache and buy Paderno's original tri blade version instead. Really.Let me begin this review by establishing a bit of credibility. I am a long time proponent of the original Paderno Tri Blade slicer. I have one of the top (5 star) reviews of it here on amazon (http://smile.amazon.com/review/R1WN790YI25X21/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm), use it often, know its strengths and weaknesses, have a small blog of spiralized recipes, and genuinely think it is one of the greatest kitchen gadgets ever invented.So it was that I was very eager to get my hands on this brand new Paderno Slicer.At first glance this looks like an incredible upgrade of the tri blade slicer. While keeping the basic premise the same, Paderno has done a major design overhaul. It truly looks like it would be a huge functional improvement. But looks can be deceiving.With the original slicer some people complained that they lost too much of the veggie to the center coring blade. Paderno answered this complaint by making the central coring blade significantly thinner. Unfortunately, this thin blade is just not strong enough to hold the softer veggies in place while spiralizing. With the original slicer I was able to effortlessly spiralize 10 cucumbers in less than 15 minutes. With this upgraded version the cucumbers kept popping off the center coring blade and the net result was that instead of cucumber "noodles" I had mangled cucumber bits and short cucumber half circles. That was with the widest noodle blade. I had a tad more success using the flat ribbon blade on the cucumbers, but it still wasn't ideal. The noodle cutting blades didn't seem as sharp, either. As a result of all these changes, it took me longer to spiralize than it had with the original slicer. Far longer.Onions fared better with the widest noodle blade. I assume this is because of their firmer texture. Likewise carrots, Radishes, Kohlrabi and similar "hard" veggies will fare better than the cucumbers or zucchini. There is a very thin blade which works well with the firmer vegetables and if you want angel hair carrots this updated slicer will do a very good job. In fact, the angel hair blade is a real positive improvement but you have to make sure to use firm veggies. My cucumbers turned to mush with the angel hair blade. In truth, I wouldn't expect this to be a good blade for cucumbers though.This updated version comes with a little catch basin for the noodles as they come off the spiralizer. It was one of the suggestions I made in my original review. But here we find a design flaw.... first of all, I can't imagine what the engineers at Paderno were spiralizing that would fit in this little "trough." One normal sized cucumber easily will overflow that basin when sent through the spiralizer. Also, the design of the machine leaves a bit of a black hole where all the veggies fall. There is no way to get a plate or bowl under the part of the spiralizer that the veggies fall from. I had more vegetables on my counter than I ever had with the original spiralizer. There was an awful lot to clean up when I was done.Speaking of cleaning up.... the original spiralizer was very easy to clean. Yes, you had to be careful not to manhandle the blades lest you draw blood, but beyond that, it cleaned and dried fairly effortlessly. This upgraded version has a lot of parts and many more construction nooks and crannies to clean. Cleaning it is not an awful job but it is a bit more cumbersome. It also takes a long time to dry because water finds its way into all the nooks.Are any of the improvements worthwhile? Yes, I suppose so... because the core cutting blade is significantly smaller, you can now spiralize narrower veggies like the little finger carrots. Also, the "teeth" that hold the vegetables in place are a better and sturdier design. Another plus is the design of the blade storage as well as how it the blade plates now slide in sideways. I liked this sideways design... it seems a bit safer somehow. I like the little door that covers the plates that are not in use, and I kind of like the fact that they labelled the plates with squiggly little graphics to show what size and shape noodle each blade plate will make.But here's the BOTTOM LINE.... None of these improvements are at all useful if the actual purpose of this gadget can't be achieved and honestly, the machine failed with softer veggies. It seems to me from the feedback I get that the most frequently spiralized veggie is zucchini and for that this machine just doesn't compare to the original. If you're looking for a spiralizer for only carrots, potatos, kohlrabi, radishes, onions and other firm veggies and fruits then this would be an acceptable choice. But for me, I most often like to spiralize cucumbers, zucchini and other softer textured veggies and this spiralizer just can't handle those. For my money I want a spiralizer that can handle all the veggies. I will stick with Paderno's original spiralizer. It has kept me happy all these years. Hopefully Paderno will send their engineers back to the drawing board. I will look forward to their next upgrade.I am changing my rating from two to three stars because it does work okay with the firmer veggies. I still swear by this company and love the original spiralizer.2Great SpiralizerFANTASTIC! The only negative is the directions. HINT: when placing vegetables in chamber, don't press them against the end with the teeth. Rather place the center of veggies onto the opposite end against the small central nub. That nub is what centers the zucchini or other food to make long curls. Press the teeth up against the food after centering onto nub. No where in the directions does it say this. I kept pressing it into the teeth to hold it. Wrong. I had a mess. Now you know. I found out by a you tube video. It's amazing now and I use it several times a week. GREAT KITCHEN GADGET.5Works like the Show on TVOMG. It actually works like the videos say it should. I mean, everything is so simple. I love doing onions now because I just spiralize them then take a few swipes with a knife and viola! Chopped onion. It is simple, fast and done. And really that's how I am getting more veggies in the diet now, because the Paderno is so easy. So getting the hang of it was easy for me. I placed the round firm vegetable in the teeth and remembered to use the metal pick to stabilize vegetables by poking the veggie on the opposite side of the teeth end. Turn and watch the swirl. One blade must be mounted for storage. It is a compat unit cleans up with a sponge. Just wipe immediately if you are shredding carrots, beets or anything that can stain. Warning, listen up, the blades are sharp. Very sharp. So if you want to spiralize, get this one. It's a treasure.5It works!I love using this for large veggies. It works without having to use too much muscle. Only problem is that it slides when pushing towards the blade to slice. The suction cups stay suctioned but not enough to stay put. Maybe I need more practice, but for now I usually use a large piece of heavy marble or my mom holds it in place to stop it from sliding. All in all, I love it. Large beets, bell peppers, large sweet potatoes, zucchini, large carrots, and cucumbers! It doesn't destroy the cucumber like the veggie bullet does. Practice makes perfect! Setup, clean-up, and storage is easy. It does stain easily when using colorful veggies but that doesn't really bother me. It works great, that's all that matters.4Spiralizing - YES! This model - ehDoes what it says it will do. Not thrilled with the design of this particular model. The blades are not marked A/B/C/D, but all the recipes refer to using blades A, B, C, or D; I had to really dig into the reading and do some figuring to know which blade to use; very frustrating. The device works, the blades cut, no problems, but... what is cut just spills out and drops and DOES NOT go neatly into the catch tray in front. I wind up washing the entire thing every time I use it, which kinda defeats the neat feature of having the blades stored underneath. It's nice having the blades there for storage, but I have to remove all the blades every time I use the device because I'm going to have to wash the whole thing. Newer models I see have a sealed container under or in front of the blades; what is cut can only fall into that container; very nice, and I wish I had one of those. This model - what is cut tends to go everywhere, including the counter. The change to my diet cannot be overrated; the replacing of noodles and rice and the including more veggies in my diet - FANTASTIC! And I do highly recommend the Ali Maffucci Sprializer books (they could use more pictures though). But I'm just not extremely happy with particular model.3please know that we loved this product at first---really loved itFirst, please know that we loved this product at first---really loved it! After only a couple of uses, however, a metal bushing unknowingly came off into our zucchini casserole. Thankfully my husband found the piece of metal before swallowing it or breaking a tooth on it. My husband feels we need to write a review to warn people of this defective design as it's very dangerous. Hopefully this design flaw will be fixed in the future as we'd love to own the Paderno Spiralizer again one day. Below are pics of the tiny metal piece (which came off into our spiralized zucchini) that too easily pops in and out of its hole by the turn handle.2
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