I'm throwing all my knives away for this.

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  1. Aug 17, 2019 #1

    inferno

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    it has a razor sharp stainless steel blade!
    it cuts up to 10 times faster than "ordinary cutters"
    just look at it. what a mechanical marvel this is.
    :)

     
  2. Aug 18, 2019 #2

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    I missed where they start with a large onion and dice it all up. Didn't see the acorn squash, either. I'll bet it can slay pineapples and watermelons though, and probably nice big loaves of crusty bread. Also probably excels at mincing garlic and shallots :D

    They better watch out though. I heard someone recently invented something call 'scissors', and copied a lot of the CleverCutter's design elements. They probably need to have their attorneys send out some 'cease and desist' letters ASAP...
     
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  3. Aug 18, 2019 #3

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    trust me, its the watermelon king!!
     
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    Phew....I won't have to saw my way through celery with a knife like they did in the video......
     
  5. Aug 18, 2019 #5

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    no you just snip snip snip man. easy as that. just look how hard it is to actually cut carrots. but not with this one!
     
  6. Aug 18, 2019 #6

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    great idea but limited use !
     
  7. Aug 18, 2019 #7

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    I'll pass, there is still no bluetooth speaker in the handle!!!!!
     
  8. Aug 18, 2019 #8

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    I wouldn’t have believed it had I not seen it…
     
  9. Aug 18, 2019 #9

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    A combination of the clever cutter and a slap chop are in the kitchens of every fine restaurant.
     
  10. Aug 18, 2019 #10

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    Haha, I saw and used this in person at the fair this year. Not recommended for hard or big products. But uhh, pretty good for doing lots of scallions(for someone with limited control)???
     
  11. Aug 18, 2019 #11

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    Ive been wrong all along! ;-)
     
  12. Aug 18, 2019 #12

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    If you want your scallion slice to be all different sizes, maybe. o_O

    I did try to think if there would be any actual use for this thing, but I already have herb scissors, and those are better than a knife if I'm snipping parsley or cilantro leaves away from the stalk. Scissors are better for a few things like that. For anything else though, I want a knife.

    Aside from the obvious stupidity of the design, I'll bet that thing is very tiring for your hand if you use it enough. You don't get to use your full arm and wrist like you do with a normal knife cut.
     
  13. Aug 18, 2019 #13

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    But why stop there? If one blade can do such a bang up job, why not five? :rolleyes:

    Then you can prepare five times as much... though it looks like a struggle!
     
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    I’m waiting until it comes out in ZDP189!
     
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    And the sad part is there are people out there that actually buy this kind of ****!
     
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    (The multi-layered scissor does however have the legitimate use of shredding sensitive documents when you can't afford an electric shredder).
     
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    Ack, can't stand thinking about what that that plastic is doing to the knife edge. Waiting for the end-grain version.
     
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    Limited Honyaki Edition available now! Only $1500, grab it now!
     
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    Any video shots of it slicing up some very ripe tomatoes?
     
  21. Aug 18, 2019 #21

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    Every time I see something like this I'm reminded of compilations like this one:

     
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    Hummmm this look familiar IMG_2300.jpg
     
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    Omg this made my day
    Its a shame the non-chinese wont really "get" the "dog, tiger, dragon guillotine"
     
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    Ok, I'll bite... what does it mean?
     
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    Damn ... Where else on the internet can a thread laughing at the Cleaver Cutter turn into a historical lesson on a Song Dynasty official known as the Chinese Sherlock Holmes?
     
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    Actually, before some bright spark thought of using them in the kitchen, they were known as fringe scissors in craft circles. They'd make very good shredders, albeit slower.
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  28. Aug 19, 2019 #28

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    My favourite part is at the 1 minute mark when she tries to move the veggies from the board to the pot by pretty much just tipping everything off hoping it'll work and then look sad when it doesn't work.
     

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