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A real boon when it comes to kitchen prep, the simple, efficient ratchet mechanism pushes food forward bit by bit towards the blade so it's easy to use with remarkably little effort. With two interchangeable blades, you can select thick or thin chips, or attach the knife guide to enable you to dice into uniform cubes. Not just for potatoes, Lakeland's Chip & Dice is equally effective when preparing veg for soups, stews or pies and an invaluable helper when it comes to preparing apples and other hard fruit for desserts or baking.
27 x 10 x 13cm H. (10¾" x 4" x 5").
Brilliant so easy to use, very clean and sharp makes cutting easy for chips. Great price and fast delivery. Buy it well worth it.Published 2 days ago by Anne
very useful as I have MS & cutting veg is a bit of a nightmare with tremorPublished 28 days ago by Ryan Murray
A bit disappointed because you need to be strong to push the potatoes, so it will be another tool to my storage and not to use. Never used again after testing. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Cristina Nunes
What a surprise this item was. I was expecting the usual battle to force the handle down to cut through the potato but no, it has been cleverly designed with a step system so... Read morePublished 3 months ago by childmindingdinnerlady
I find the potatoes need a hard push sometimes and get some thin bits depending size of potato. On the whole the chips are a lovely size.Published 3 months ago by twinkle
Easy to put together, but be warned - the blade grids are sharp!! Effortlessly cuts potatoes into evenly sized chips. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mr. T. C. Alexander
Tried dicing a potato, but it's a slow process plus final 20% of potato cannot pass through dicer. It's stuck in grating so you have to force it through with knife or something. Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. Linssen
This is a very good quality product, I have used it much more than I thought I would, does everything it says and feels very robustPublished 5 months ago by Bridry