Simply place half an onion on the metal grid, press down and ‘voila’, perfectly chopped onion, no mess, no tears. Chop all sorts of other ‘soft’ veg and fruit too! Clear, non-slip base with easy-pour opening collects up to 450g. Separates for easy, dishwasher-safe cleaning. L20 x W12.6 x D9.9cm.
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I found it very hard to operate. You have to peel loads off the onions before it works.
By Janet Rose Kingswood,
11 Jun 2021
I could only thick chop slices of onion at a time The catch box is useful but doesn't appear very secure Still better tan old fashion chopping !!
By Judith Canterbury,
28 May 2021
"Looks Great On The Worktop"
Have not actually run it yet but it's a lovely shape to hold and lean on top of to chop your onion. No more tears!
By Susan Christie,
12 May 2021
Brilliant, I do not have to risk my fingers with sharp knives. Thank you Coopers.
By Dave Reeves,
07 May 2021
"Complete Waste Of Money"
The claim this chopper is easy to use is untrue. If you try to chop an onion as show in the photograph you need the strength of ten. That is because when you press the cover down it only delivers pressure at the single highest point of the rounded shape but needs that pressure to apply across the whole cross-section. It works slightly better if you put the onion in upside down so pressure is applied across the whole cross-section. But at least one time in two the onion skids away because its position is not stable. Absolutely useless, we threw ours away.
By Peter Hines,
24 Apr 2021
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