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Black+Decker Multiprep Slice ‘N Dice is on clearance for $27.99

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The Black+Decker Multiprep Slice 'N Dice is on clearance for $34.99. Apply the promo code BD20 to take 20% off and the final price comes down to $27.99. Shipping is free for orders over $99 or pay $9.99 shipping fee for orders below $99.

The Slice 'N Dice is sold for $110 at Walmart

https://www.walmart.com/ip/BLACK-.../331567822



There are few more items on clearance like the Black+Decker 14 cup rice cooker for $7.99. Apply the promo code BD20 to get 20% off and the price comes down to $6.39

http://www.blackanddeckerapplianc...rance.aspx

The MultiPrep Slice 'N Dice All-In-One Cutting Appliance saves you time and effort with six cutting functions: dicing, slicing, julienning, shredding, grating, and cutting.

•150- Watt Motor
•External Slicing Control
•8mm Dicing Disc
•Adjustable Slicing Disc
•Dual-Sided Julienne Disc
•Reversible Shred/Grate Disc
•Simple Dial Control
•Continuous Flow Chute
•Dishwasher-Safe Parts
•Compact Storage Case
•Suction Cup Feet
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Thought of buying, then read comments on QVC which changed my mind. The plastic shaft breaks easily and black decker never sends a replacement.
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this was a dead end for me

1.0 out of 5 stars A Design Flaw Keeps This Unit Being Sanitary. Avoid If You Value Your Health!
Reviewed in Canada on April 1, 2019
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The Black+Decker MultiPrep SL3000 is not bad in terms of build quality but is under powered when compared to other food processing units. The food chute is small and will require a user to cut up regular sized tomatoes and potatoes. There are no speeds, just on and off. The extra blades are a good value and help justify its higher cost.

However, a serious design flaw keeps this unit from being usable. In the unit's basin, there is a rotating blade that pushes food down the chute into a bowl. The blades are not removable and lock into place when the unit is off. You cannot clean underneath the blade nor move the blade out of the way to give the unit a good cleaning. Obviously, the unit cannot be put into a dishwasher, spray it with water or otherwise clean it thoroughly. Lodged food will remain and this presents a health hazard. This is not acceptable.

In speaking withe the Black+Decker specialist, she acknowledged that there is no way to remove the push blades and the unit was manufactured that way. She did offer to send my concern to their research department, who will look into the matter. In other words, you are out of luck and you can figure out what if want to use it or not.

To those people interested maintaining sanitary standards and want to fully clean appliances that finely chop food, I would avoid this unit at all costs. This is not an acceptable risk to me or my family.
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this was a dead end for me

1.0 out of 5 stars A Design Flaw Keeps This Unit Being Sanitary. Avoid If You Value Your Health!
Reviewed in Canada on April 1, 2019
Verified Purchase
The Black+Decker MultiPrep SL3000 is not bad in terms of build quality but is under powered when compared to other food processing units. The food chute is small and will require a user to cut up regular sized tomatoes and potatoes. There are no speeds, just on and off. The extra blades are a good value and help justify its higher cost.

However, a serious design flaw keeps this unit from being usable. In the unit's basin, there is a rotating blade that pushes food down the chute into a bowl. The blades are not removable and lock into place when the unit is off. You cannot clean underneath the blade nor move the blade out of the way to give the unit a good cleaning. Obviously, the unit cannot be put into a dishwasher, spray it with water or otherwise clean it thoroughly. Lodged food will remain and this presents a health hazard. This is not acceptable.

In speaking withe the Black+Decker specialist, she acknowledged that there is no way to remove the push blades and the unit was manufactured that way. She did offer to send my concern to their research department, who will look into the matter. In other words, you are out of luck and you can figure out what if want to use it or not.

To those people interested maintaining sanitary standards and want to fully clean appliances that finely chop food, I would avoid this unit at all costs. This is not an acceptable risk to me or my family.
Thanks a bunch for posting this here. Dead end.
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Quote from brotherhpj41
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this was a dead end for me

1.0 out of 5 stars A Design Flaw Keeps This Unit Being Sanitary. Avoid If You Value Your Health!
Reviewed in Canada on April 1, 2019
Verified Purchase
The Black+Decker MultiPrep SL3000 is not bad in terms of build quality but is under powered when compared to other food processing units. The food chute is small and will require a user to cut up regular sized tomatoes and potatoes. There are no speeds, just on and off. The extra blades are a good value and help justify its higher cost.

However, a serious design flaw keeps this unit from being usable. In the unit's basin, there is a rotating blade that pushes food down the chute into a bowl. The blades are not removable and lock into place when the unit is off. You cannot clean underneath the blade nor move the blade out of the way to give the unit a good cleaning. Obviously, the unit cannot be put into a dishwasher, spray it with water or otherwise clean it thoroughly. Lodged food will remain and this presents a health hazard. This is not acceptable.

In speaking withe the Black+Decker specialist, she acknowledged that there is no way to remove the push blades and the unit was manufactured that way. She did offer to send my concern to their research department, who will look into the matter. In other words, you are out of luck and you can figure out what if want to use it or not.

To those people interested maintaining sanitary standards and want to fully clean appliances that finely chop food, I would avoid this unit at all costs. This is not an acceptable risk to me or my family.
Thanks for the heads up.
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