The Benriner Company, with long years
of trust and engineering experience behind it, confidently presents this easy to
use vegetable slicer. It has been praised by many who have used it, from dining
halls to private homes. The Benriner turning slicer is used for making fine cut
carrots, potato strings for salad, strings of green pepper or beets. Makes curly
strands of cucumbers. Made of safety, high quality nylon reinforced glass. It
includes with four Stainless Steel blades: a flat-edged blade, a fine-toothed
blade, a medium-toothed blade and a coarse-toothed blade. You can make Fifty
servings in 5 minutes, and the use of this slicer will leave you with lots of
time to spare. It improves the luster and taste of vegetables. By using this
slicer to make vegetable strands, five radishes can be used as if they were six.
There is very little or no waste to the vegetable. Excellent durability, since the
machine is made of plastic it will stay like new for years with proper care.
Easy to use, anyone can use the slicer successfully and prepare beautiful
Simple and Easy To Use!
HOW TO ATTACH THE FLAT EDGED BLADE. When attaching this blade be sure
that the upper right hand corner of the sharpened side of the blade is
placed against the slightly protruding pipe. Fasten the blade to the
POSITIONING THE TOOTH BLADE FOR ATTACHMENT. Hold
the blade as indicated in the photograph. If the blade is attached
backwards the machine will not cut. Please read the instructions
TO ATTACH THE TOOTH BLADE. With the thumb, push the blade well
towards the slot as indicated above. When it is in line with the
slightly protruding pipe, fasten it by means of the screw on the right-hand
side of the machine.
CORRECT USE OF THE SLICER. As shown in the photograph, place the
first two fingers of the left hand in the space behind the machine and the
thumb of the left hand at the back of the sliding plate. While turning the
handle with the right hand, push (marked push seal) the sliding plate
firmly with the left thumb. The machine will not cut by turning the handle