Slice. Dice. Done.
The VPower V-Slicer Mandoline by Borner is a safe and easy to use tool made in Germany by the creators of the original mandoline. The VPower makes it easy and efficient to achieve up to 10 different cuts - julienne, slice, shred and even cube - using the slicing plane, 7mm or 3.5 mm blade inserts. To adjust your thickness or cutting size, all you need to do is use the patented push button on the size; there's no need to remove inserts.
The VPower is constructed from durable ABS plastic, and the blades are made of German surgical grade stainless steel.
Use the VPower to create consistent, even slices, dices, juliennes and cubes - making your meals look professional and cook evenly. The VPower makes preparing dishes such as french fries easy enough for a week night.
Safety is a priority with the VPower V-Slicer. This committment starts with the patented safety holder, which features stainless steel prongs to secure the food and a wide, comfortable grip that will keep your hand from sliding off and getting in harm's way - even when you're slicing the stickiest, starchiest foods.
The safety features don't end with the last slice. The Borner VPower has a safety setting that shields the blade for worry free storage. A blade holder and drying stand also makes storing the VPower compact and convenient.
Features of the Borner VPower V-Slicer:
- V-blade crafted from German surgical grade stainless steel
- Body constructed from durable ABS plastic
- 7mm and 3.5mm inserts for julienne, shred or cube cuts
- Push button thickness setting
- Safety holder with stainless steel prongs to hold food and secure grip
- Safety setting to shield blade for safe storage
Borner of Germany
When toolmaker Alfred Borner created a wooden onion cutter with 4 blades in 1956, the mandoline was born, and along with it, Borner of Germany. Borner has been manufacturing innovative gourmet products since the invention that made cubing an onion easy work. Each Borner product is made in Germany with the same attention to detail and quality as that first tool in 1956.
Made in Germany