Tupperware mini chopper in Nigeria

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Tupper Smart is easy to operate and works with a tug of the string. Each pull delivers over 20 knife cuts and around 300 knife cuts in 15 seconds. The base of the Tupperware smart chopper is made of durable plastic while the blades are made of stainless steel. The lid on the top can be locked shut for safety. The chopper can be easily dismantled after use and washed under running water or even in a dishwasher. Buy this handy kitchen gadget online and save time – and tears. The smart chopper is a very nippy appliance, and can be stowed away easily in a corner or on a shelf in the kitchen. As it does not have any wires snaking out of it, this chopper will hardly interfere with your cooking even when it is idle.

sherri Endeavour Hills, Victoria, Australia, Vic 138 reviews 17 comments 1 question 10 answers 222 helpful votes Private message OK 3 out of 5, reviewed on May 18, 2010 This is a useful chopper for small items such as onion. If you are trying to do bigger quantities or chop some hard food eg carrots, then you may find it frustrating. If I were to have my time over, I would buy one of the cheaper choppers like this in the shops and put my tupperware money into a different item of tupperware.

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Read more + I have just about every Tupperware product and while this is a reasonably good one, it isn’t great. It chops small quantities of items such as onion really well, without the hassle of electricity etc – These choppers get really tedious if you are trying to do bigger quantities. Things need to be chopped up a bit before you put them in the chopper. They can’t cope with some things-for example, carrots are difficult. Blade is very sharp. Similar opinion? Write a review! Was this review helpful? Yes

OK 3 out of 5, reviewed on May 18, 2010 This is a useful chopper for small items such as onion. If you are trying to do bigger quantities or chop some hard food eg carrots, then you may find it frustrating. If I were to have my time over, I would buy one of the cheaper choppers like this in the shops and put my tupperware money into a different item of tupperware. Read more + I have just about every Tupperware product and while this is a reasonably good one, it isn’t great. It chops small quantities of items such as onion really well, without the hassle of electricity etc – These choppers get really tedious if you are trying to do bigger quantities. Things need to be chopped up a bit before you put them in the chopper. They can’t cope with some things-for example, carrots are difficult. Blade is very sharp. Similar opinion? Write a review! Was this review helpful? Yes

 

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