|Item model number||RVSA|
|Product Dimensions||25.15 x 18.03 x 18.03 cm; 453.59 Grams|
KitchenAid Attachment Rotor Slicer/Shredder
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- Quick work of shredding cheeses for pasta or pizza
- Slicing vegetables for stir fry, shredding carrots and cabbage for slaw and much more.
- High Quality
- The slicer and shredder makes unbelievably quick work of shredding cheeses for pasta or pizza slicing vegetables for stir fry shredding carrots and cabbage for slaw and much more.
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Use the power of your KitchenAid Stand Mixer with this versatile attachment.
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Feed design very poor, but I would have lived with it if blades cut, which they don't.
Unfortunately I did not try them out with my Kitchen Aid until way past Amazon return date.
The only way these will work is if you can sharpen them (a lot) with a dremel grinder, but that is not really cost/time efficient.
Does anyone know of a slicer shredder that is useful for producing a gallon of shredded vegies, and has easy clean up?
I did have a 1qt disk design unit that worked well, but it had to be repeatedly emptied, and took too much time to clean up.
a.) Every reviewer whose report is consistent with my report here, is actually reporting factually. I have no idea of the motivations of the reporters who are satisfied with this product.
b.) After reading reviews of the "new" style, it is obvious that it is not better than this one.
c.) I'm not the first to say it; in my opinion, KitchenAid should be ashamed at the unethical way they are selling their name to manufacturers of junk.
The cones from our old unit (that are sharper than these new ones) fit the new unit with just a touch of grinding on the drive attachment, but I would be embarrassed to put these dull cones from the new unit on a garage sale. So off I go with the flat slicers to my workshop for a sharpening session. The serrated ones have a bit better edge, but they can't be sharpened anyway. They ground easily enough, but freehand with the Dremel tool was not producing a nice edge so I tried a flat file. The file cut easily, a sign of soft metal, way too soft for any respectable cutting tool. The flat cutter from our old unit on the other hand was too hard for the file to work at all.
The plastic unit looks nice; I haven't tried slicing anything yet. Having used our old unit for years I know it's strengths and weaknesses.
Bottom line: the metal in these slicer cones is softer than even the cheapest kitchen knifes. They don't have an edge new, can't be sharpened and couldn't possibly hold an edge if they had one to begin with. I am shocked that KitchenAid would put their name on this product.
There is opportunity for improvement on quality for sure. However, it's worth getting if you already have the mixer. We use ours all the time. Both the mixer and attachments have more than paid for themselves over the years in saved money for grated cheeses alone.
Zucchini comes out like complete mush, carrots that look like they are sliced perfectly in the pictures come out paper thin (and that was with the large slicer, I honestly don't know what the thin slicer would do, make confetti?)
Needless to say spend your money on a nice knife and use a bit of elbow grease because by the time clean the giant contraption that is supposed to make your life easier you could have sliced all your veggies how you want them. Hope this helps others out so you don't get screwed over like me!