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The Russell Hobbs 20342 Slice & Go Slicer is a handy and easy to use kitchen accessory.
The 150 W 20342 Slice & Go allows you to slice and shred vegetables and fruit, using the stainless steel slicing and shredding attachments as well as the slicing disk. There is a 45 mm wide feeding tube to introduce food, which makes it simple to create salads with a professional touch.
Use the pulse switch to control the slicer and get beautifully uniform results in no time.Save time and effort with the Russell Hobbs 20342 Slice & Go Slicer.
Type: Slicer
Colour: White
Other features: Shredding and slicing
Material: Plastic and metal
Accessories included: Slicing & shredding attachments, Slicing disk, Shredding disk
Dimensions: 172 x 280 x 135 mm (H x W x D)

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Moe_hma#1
pure bewilderment....
sledwich#2
looks like a good deal, are these any good? if anybody has one, would welcome a comment. Thanks
dyanisis1978#3
Apparently a bit puny compared to the tefal version. Only a 5er more most places.
Skybird#4
Tesco had the Tefal ones before Christmas for £20.
mymymy 4 Likes #5
Ive come to realise that when I buy one of these gadgets its not because I really want it, I actually only want to have a play with it then send it back.
deallady[helper][Holiday Pirates]#6
Is it me or searching on the Currys website keep coming up with an error?
Wilson880#7
Bought one of these before christmas (the tefal version) took it straight back, was nothing but trouble, just kept jamming up. it actually made the job harder.
wolfraider#8
This is not a good kitchen slicer. I returned mine and got the Tefal one instead and v. happy with it. ;)
LazyKitty#9
I got tefal from tesco direct for similar price. tefal rrp was £49.90
ashali#10
tefal one on sale in asda for £24.95
soorajtiwari 1 Like #11
sledwich
looks like a good deal, are these any good? if anybody has one, would welcome a comment. Thanks
its useless , I bought & returned next day ....
logohigh 1 Like #12
Isnt this what the knife was invented for ??

just cant believe how lazy people of today have become
fishmaster 2 Likes #13
mymymy
Ive come to realise that when I buy one of these gadgets its not because I really want it, I actually only want to have a play with it then send it back.

That happens to me in nightclubs after I've had a few drinks.
moonkeh 1 Like #14
My mum bought one of these because she has trouble chopping these days because of her arthritic wrists.

This thing turned out to be more trouble than it's worth; it's an **** to clean, it doesn't store away in any convenient manner, and the tolerance between the blade and plastic housing is so large that it either jams or leaves a chunk of unchopped staff floating in your bowl.

I shouldn't be getting this worked up over a household appliance...
juici1#15
I got the tefal one from currys for £29.99. Haven't taken it out of the box yet...refund??
sparkyIreland#16
Stick, stick your ............ (No don't) :)
Holdsworth#17
I love gadgets in the kitchen, but a better gadget for chopping would be a mandolin and a steel butchers' glove. Faster, easier to clean, uniform slices and definitely more fun.
dognobs#18
got my mum the tefal one for Christmas as she is struggling with chopping now. grates cheese very good. slices cucumber good carrots are good she tride leeks and did not work. d3pends on the veg
mossyb#19
sledwich
looks like a good deal, are these any good? if anybody has one, would welcome a comment. Thanks
Don't bother with this product, it's useless.
mossyb#20
Don't waste your money, this product is useless. It keep getting clogged up. There are much better and cheaper options out there.

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