|商品尺寸||26.92 x 9.14 x 1.02 cm; 110 克|
|材料||陶瓷, ABS Resin, ABS 塑料|
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Kyocera 高级陶瓷可调节水果蔬菜切片机带护手 红色 11" x 4" CSN-202-NRD
- 比传统厨房餐具长得多 10 倍
Kyocera 陶瓷刀片具有*强度、锋利度和超轻重量。 Kyocera 的陶瓷技术优于传统钢制厨房边缘。 陶瓷刀片是钻石磨地，打造锋利刀刃，保持其原有的锋利度，比传统钢长 10 倍。 这是日常使用的完美曼陀林。 角口凹槽可以很好地放在碗上，其完美的陶瓷刀片让食物切片非常方便。 大小不合适？ 只需转动表盘，您可以轻松调整厚度，范围从 0.5 mm 到 3.0 mm。 mandolin 是小型厨房的便签尺寸。
I looked at the best-selling Mueller Austria, which has a lot of accessories I don't need, but what turned me off the most were several comments that potato slices got stuck and the blades dulled quickly. They are said to have excellent customer service, so lifted their C.S. email address from an offer to make things right and sent them a message asking if was worthwhile for me to buy theirs.
BTW - from reading reviews I am dubious of angled models (vs. 90 degree or V-shape), as they often tend to have comments that the cut is varied thickness from one side to the other, and one even included a photo.
I'm now looking at an infinitely variable thickness model (0.3-9 mm) from Benriner for a bunch more money. I might first try to see if I can find an appropriate fixed-width slicer, as I only really want it for one thing. I'll have to search for "potato slicer". This does have a slightly angled blade, but Japanese technology trumps that.
A few general comments on mandoline.
Reading reviews, it's clear that there are a whole lot of idiots out there buying these.
I don't just mean those cutting themselves the first time they use it by not paying attention to what they're doing, or even the ones who say it's TOO sharp !!! duh . . . , but all the really dumb reasons for not liking the one they bought - including the many who say the food pusher doesn't work - see below. I do have sympathy for those who bought the brand where the cheaply (if at all ?) engineered black plastic "grabbers" easily broke off and got sliced into the food.
It's also obvious that all of the "safety food holders" are junk. I think I tried it for my very first potato slice and then just used my hands. The second time, I put on the gloves I bought. A big part of the problem is the round bottoms - and tops) of many firm veggies, so if you have something that's large enough to warrant it I would suggest cutting it in half first, then slice flat side down, with or without the holder. Of course this means reaching the top more quickly, but read on friend. I think this would make the holders much more effective, but they're just too fiddly for me. They also add time and effort, especially toward the bottom. I strongly suspect that these were invented just as a CYA measure to protect manufacturers from law-suits. There's something like a nine to one ratio of people saying they're useless to those who actually like them - for whatever odd reason. I'm amazed at how many people seem to think it's just a problem with the one they got with their brand. Dolts.
As for the last half-inch or so - I'm good at judging where/when the last slice is that a little bit of potato is still above the slicer edge - please don't try this at home! Part of my thinking is that the last little bit of potato is so rounded, that it's unlikely to cook in a different time even if the tiny center is 1/16 (or less) thicker than the rest of it. I may also use a fork to help push it through. I well realize that I could just toss it, but I'm stubborn and my mother grew up during the Depression, so I try not to waste anything. I see people saying to hand slice the last bit, but I'm buying a mandoline precisely so I don't have to do that! Sort of like the meat lovers attitude toward vegetarianism ;-)
On #4 the slices are the thinnest I've ever gotten with other mandolines.
And sharp! The onion glided over the blade so easily I had to look underneath to see if it was actually cutting. I have only one regret ... I didn't get the full set with the other blades. I will get the the grater and the plastic container that catches what comes out, that's for sure.
So, if you need a slice of onion for a burger, use your Kyocera knife. But if you want to saute some onions or makes an onion loaf (thanks for teaching me how to cook ma) or home-made potato chips,
Get this now!!
The guard is much too small unless you have very tiny hands. My thumb and pinky hang over the edge. I have thrown this one away and purchased and since used (when you fall off a horse, you've got to get back on) the KitchenAid KC312OHOBA Adjustable Hand-Held V-Blade Mandoline Slicer which has an excellent hand guard at the same price point.