Chiba Kogyosyo Sengiri Slicekun
Pickup currently unavailable
The Slicekun is designed for professionally cutting fruits and vegetables into slices as well as garnish and strips. It comes with 3 comb blades with different teeth distance for cutting strips of different sizes. Slice thickness can be adjusted by turning the knob on the side of the machine. This machine is especially useful in a commercial kitchen as it makes cutting and slicing vegetables and fruits very efficient.
- Origin (Made in): Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
- Brand: Chiba Kogyosyo
- Type: Vegetable Slicer
- Material: ABS Plastic; stainless steel
- Dimension: 35 × 14.5 × 2.8 cm (13.8 x 5.7 x 1.1”)
- Maximum width: 120mm
- Adjustment range: Up to 3mm
- Weight: 450g (15.87oz)
- Comes with 3 types of comb blade(1.0mm / 2.5mm / 8mm); Protecting holder
About Chiba Kogyosyo 千葉工業所
Chiba Kogyosyo was founded in the 1960s in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture of Japan. It first focused on manufacturing plastic mods, toys and plastic musical instruments, and later expanding its production line to various household and commercial kitchen items.
Wash and dry with a soft sponge, and safely store after use. Do not use dishwasher as it may cause distortion. Avoid use it other than slices of vegetables and fruits. Stop using immediately if rattling occurs.
I was looking for a new mandoline slicer that can be used daily for work (Chef), but it is inexpensive. I found a perfect one! The item came in such a cute box and has descriptions and instructions for the item. Also made in Japan which is great because I believe in Japanese craftmanship in any kitchen gadgets!
The item itself is a super high quality yet simple, and the blades are pretty sharp that I can tell! The thickness adjustment is easy to do and very simple to switchblades for different uses, 5-star period
This product is excellent for shredding jobs where the 3 mm thickness is not an issue. I was unaware that one could not make slices thicker than 3 mm, so this limits the mandoline's usefullness. The big problem with the unit is the difficulty in going from 0 to 3 with the thickness control wheel. I have strong hands and have difficulty turning the wheel. My wife finds this impossible.