JML Twist N Chop

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    JML Twist N Chop
    £5.97
    JML Twist N Chop

    JML Twist N Chop

    £5.97

    Twist N Chop makes fine cutting simple. Perfect for herbs, garlic, chilli and onion, just place inside the pot, place on the lid, and then twist. The specially designed double-sharpened blades rotate in both directions, expertly and speedily cutting all your ingredients.

    No more onion tears or chilli stained fingers – all the chopped food is neatly stored in the pot ready for use. And when you’re done, simply rinse with warm water to clean. Whether you’re making salsas, marinades or delicious dips, Twist N Chop makes food prep fast, clean and simple.

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      Delivered from £2.95by Thursday 17 July
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    Product Type Dicers
    Type Dicers
    Brand JML
     
    Delivered from £2.95
    by Thursday 17 July
    Standard: 3-5 days £2.95
    Next day £4.50
    Named day £4.50
    Named day and time £5.95
    More delivery info
     

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    Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by not a good purchase Waste of money I would not recommend this product as the blade fitting would not stay put on the lid making it impossible to use it effectively 15 October 2013
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