Please rating for this item if you love : 0 star
KEEN Women S Kaci II Winter Pull On Boot 6 5 Andorra Canteen
Features of the KEEN Women's Kaci II Winter Pull-On Boot Soft leather and textile Upper Elastic Gore for easy on and off Breathable textile lining Removable EVA insole with arch support for all-day comfort EVA Midsole for lightweight cushioning Higher-traction rubber Outsole Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Keen. warm Insulation rated to -4°F/-20°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery
Tina Bertram: The blade bent on the very first use! Very poorly made. I was only able to cut 2 potatoes. Don't waste your money.
Todd and Pauline Parrett: Well made
Traci A. Hannah "Traci": I bought the Progressive International Slicer several years ago at a local home show for significantly more than is selling on Amazon. Initially, I was also disappointed that the bed of the slicer was not deeper to fit a large potato and that it wasn't easier to push potatoes through. It sat on a shelf for months until I was in charge of crudités for a large party. I pulled out the slicer and used it for every veggie in the house: carrots, cukes, zucchini, even stacks of bell pepper slices. Everyone at the dinner party was impressed by the equal sizes of all the veggies and it made for a beautiful tray. After that I gave the slicer another chance. So what if the fries are smaller? If you buy large russets, cutting in half will give you a huge amount of fries for two. I rinse and chill the sticks after cutting, coat in olive oil and seasoning and bake at 450 until brown and crispy. Also great for sweet potato and baked zucchini fries! After years of use I can now recommend this product for anyone who doesn't mind a small bit of effort for a great result.
Tribalmama "Emily E. Kline": It looks like it would work, it is easy to assemble and clean but it just does not do the job the majority of the time. I could only fit very small potatoes in it to begin with and even then it takes some man power to push it through. By the time I cut my zucchini down to size to fit in I might as well finish cutting it myself.Well it was inexpensive...for the most part you get what you pay for.
Vatche G. Gureghian: This is very practical when you feel like french fries. It has two blades that either cut the potatoes thinly, or thicker if that's what you prefer. My only complaints are only small potatoes fit this, and the blades could be sharper. Otherwise, if you have small potatoes and have strong arms, there is no better way to convert the potato into wedges to be french fried.