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This attractive cheese slicer and server tray is ideal for a cheese-and-crackers presentation at a party, yet it's small enough to bring along on a picnic. Its high-tension stainless-steel cutting wire cuts through semisoft cheeses without sticking and harder cheeses without breaking. A natural finish on the beechwood board gives the server a sophisticated look appropriate for any occasion. The cutting wire is warranted by the manufacturer and can be replaced by mail. Washing with a mild detergent is recommended to keep the tray in good shape over time Imported.

  • Dimensions: Measures 10.5" wide by 8.2" long by 2" tall/deep

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• Imported- China

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Prodyne 805B Thick Beech wood Cheese Slicer

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ProdyneThick Beech Wood Cheese Slicer

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Less than thrilled

By Palmela

from Hampden ME

About Me Midrange Shopper

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  • Attractive Design


  • Difficult Assembly

Best Uses

  • Kitchen

Comments about Thick Beech Wood Cheese Slicer:

The slicer is very good looking. Unfortunately when it arrived the cutting wire was misaligned so that it did not hit the groove. After considerable adjustment, it's working better, but it still tends not to hit the groove unless the cheese slices are very thin.

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