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Rapid Slicer

Fruit & Vegetable Cutting Tool Case of 12

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

greatest thing since sliced bread

2/22/2019 by ROSEMARY

I absolutely love this product. I've used to slice chicken breasts in half. It works wonderfully.

5

A great kitchen gadget.

2/14/2019 by Marcia

Excellent. I use it mostly to make chicken cutlets from whole chicken breasts.

5

I love this thing

2/14/2019 by kalina

It seemed like a completely frivolous purchase and another thing for the overflowing kitchen gadget drawer. but I LOVE this thing! use it all the time. works on tomatoes, grapes... thinking about trying it on Brussels Sprouts. Love it!

5

Love, love, love it.

2/14/2019 by Eileen

Works on cherry tomatoes, olives, grapes, comes out perfectly sliced in half..

5

Perfect

2/13/2019 by Judy

Love it most for slicing through thick chicken breasts without endangering my hands.

5

Easy to use

2/13/2019 by K

Very easy to use and helpful.

5

Best Ever!

1/21/2019 by Mary Anne

I do not like to touch uncooked chicken and this works like a charm! Best gadget ever and I love all my gadgets!

5

Kitchen Slicer

1/5/2019 by Judy

Great invention. Very quick and easy tool for meal prep. Love it.

5

unique gift

12/30/2018 by Laurel

If this works we will love having it

5

Love It

11/10/2018 by JO-ANN

I love the Rapid Slicer. I don't slice many small items like grapes or strawberries, but it's great to slice chicken breasts.

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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