A Mw.T favourite: this small mandolin is ergonomic and sits comfortably in the hand, which makes it less dangerous than a larger mandolin. It is easy to use every day. It comes with two blades and a pushable finger guard to protect your fingers when you get down to the ends of fruits and vegetables.
A bit of history… This mandolin was invented by the grandson of Alfred Neweczerzal, who invented the famous peeler at the age of 32. Far from being a designer, he started as an electrician and then continued his career in a factory specializing in welding and cutting machines. He developed the ingenious peeler in his garage, perfecting simple functionality and ergonomics. He filed for the patent in 1947 and that was where the success of the peeler first began. It has been chosen as part of several exhibitions highlighting timeless design in galleries such as the Grand Palais Gallery in Paris and the MoMA in New York.
Made in Switzerland by Zena
It is very useful both in the kitchen and on the table to give a final touch to dishes: slice ultra-thin slices of red or black radish, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, mushrooms, or Parmesan shavings. It also helps you to make vegetable tagliatelle in just a few steps. It’s so easy.
The blade is ultra sharp and swivels to allow you to cut two times faster.
Once you try it, you won’t want to be without it.
The blades can be easily detached and reattached to facilitate cleaning.
Stainless steel blades.
Pushable finger guard made of moulded plastic.
Care: wash by hand or in the dishwasher.