Rapid Slicer

Fruit & Vegetable Cutting Tool Case of 12

Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Handy gadget

4/13/2020 by L

This multi-use gadget if very helpful!

5

Slicing made easier

2/27/2020 by Catherine

This makes slicing cherry tomatoes much easier and more uniform in size. You can't go wrong with this slicer.

5

Very Useful

12/1/2019 by Charles

The Kitchen Slicer works as advertised. It is a valuable addition to our food preparation devices.

5

Good Purchase

11/23/2019 by susan

I've used it so far to cut grape tomatoes in half & it works as advertised. I am pleased!

5

how else could you cut several dozen small tomatoes in seconds????

11/2/2019 by nina

this gadget is terrific. I grow cherry and grape tomatoes in the summer and get losds of them if i wanted to put them into a salad i'd spend time cutting each one. This slicer does dozens in one cut. I have bought many for friends...we're all gardeners.

5

Assistive Device

11/2/2019 by Elisabeth

I have only used it twice, but it was helpful.

5

Assistive Device

11/2/2019 by Elisabeth

I have only used it twice, but it was helpful.

5

Perfect for slicing the little things

11/1/2019 by Lawrence

Used this to half grapes to freeze dry. What used to take more than two hours took only a few minutes with this. Extremely pleased with this investment.

5

Great item

8/17/2019 by Charles

I have just finished using the slicer. It is a time saver and is very easy to use. I plan on buying another for our condo.

5

Works just fine.

8/17/2019 by Susan

I've only tried it on tomatoes but it worked great.

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The Rapid Slicer Story

Cut a batch grape tomatoes with one slice.

A Cut Above

Cindy Fox had it with slicing tiny, roll-y cherry tomatoes one by one for a salad. So her husband Rob began tinkering to make his own kitchen slicer that did the job faster and easier.

Rapid Slicer is the result of Cindy’s frustration and Rob’s ingenuity. The Made in the USA tool lends a hand when you’re slicing tricky foods—like grapes, cherry tomatoes, olives, and brussel sprouts. It can even help with chicken breast and shrimp, too. Depending on what you’re cutting, using a chef’s knife or serrated blade might work best.

Non-slip feet give the base better grip, and the lid holds foods
firmly in place so you can neatly slice through everything in one (easy) pass. Read More Read Less