One Second Slicer Review And Commercial

One Second Slicer As Seen On TV Commercial

The Product: One Second Slicer

The Promise: “The amazing food preparation station!”

The Total Price: $19.95 + $7.95 S/H

One Second Slicer Review

What is One Second Slicer?

The One Second Slicer is essentially a manual vegetable cutter and mandolin slicer that catches the food that you prep into a matching clear container. To use the cutter, simply place the item to be sliced over the blades and push the lever down. The mandolin slicer function works like normal with the exception that what you sliced goes right into a container.


What Makes One Second Slicer A Good Buy?

For me, the One Second Slicer is a good buy for anyone who wants to do fast and easy food prep without electricity or unnecessary kitchen equipment. (The One Second Slicer is perfect for camping and tailgating!)


One Second Slicer Lowest Price

At the time of this writing, the lowest price for One Second Slicer is from the official website.

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




One Second Slicer Customer Service Information

Telephone: 1-866-972-3828


Does One Second Slicer Really Work?

Yes! One Second Slicer does work as advertised! It will cut, slice, and prep with the best, but keeps the mess in the container.


One Second Slicer Review: Our Conclusion

All in all we liked the One Second Slicer. It simply and elegantly cuts and slices, and we love the idea of all of the prepped food going right into a container for easy cleanup! so if you have a need for some hot manual slicing action, be sure to click that big yellow box below to get YOUR One Second Slicer today!


What are YOUR thoughts about One Second Slicer? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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