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Easy Chopper 3™
Easy Chopper 3™

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  • The Easy Chopper is the ideal tool for fast, easy chopping, slicing and dicing of onions, tomatoes, potatoes, celery, peppers and other firm vegetables
  • Great for wedging citrus and other fruits using the wedger kit
  • It’s large 11cm (4¼") square cutting area saves you time by minimising the need to pre-cut foods into small portions
  • The easily interchangeable blade assemblies allow you to chop, slice and dice in a variety of cut sizes with flawless consistency for beautiful presentation and economical portion control
  • Built to last in the toughest commercial environment
  • Available in 6mm (¼"), 10mm (3/8"), 13mm (½"), 25mm (1") dice and 6mm (¼"), 10mm (3/8"), 13mm (½") slice configurations with 6 and 8 section wedge
  • If you require an additional cutting configuration please order an extra blade/holder assembly and corresponding push block

D x W x H (mm)
Easy Chopper 3 - 6mm (1/4") diceNEM57500-1305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 10mm (3/8") diceNEM57500-2305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 13mm (1/2") diceNEM57500-3305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 25mm (1") diceNEM57500-4305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 6mm (1/4") sliceNEM57500-5305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 10mm (3/8") sliceNEM57500-6305 x 248 x 4955657
Easy Chopper 3 - 13mm (1/2") sliceNEM57500-7305 x 248 x 4955657
6mm (1/4") dice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-1318
10mm (3/8") dice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-2318
13mm (1/2") dice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-3318
25mm (1") dice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-4318
6mm (1/4") slice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-5296
10mm (3/8") slice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-6296
13mm (1/2") dice blade holder/assemblyNEM57424-7296
6mm (1/4") push block (red)NEM57417-162
10mm (3/8") push block (blue)NEM57417-262
13mm (1/2") push block (green)NEM57417-362
25mm (1") push block (black)NEM57417-462
6 section wedger kitNEM57727-6W408
8 section wedger kitNEM57727-8W408
6mm (1/4") cleaning gasket (red) - 3 packNEM56275-154
10mm (3/8") cleaning gasket (blue) - 3 packNEM56275-254
13mm (1/2") cleaning gasket (green) - 3 packNEM56275-354
25mm (1") cleaning gasket (black) - 3 packNEM56275-454
  • NEW! Color-coded blade assemblies and push blocks make correct change-out even faster and easier than before, with less risk of mismatching that can crash the blades and damage the block
  • NEW! Revolutionary push-block “gaskets” reduce cleaning the block to nothing more than a pull of two tabs and a rinse, wash and sanitize. Just slip the gasket over its corresponding block before chopping. When done, remove it and pull all the built-up food debris right out. No more digging at the block like a pair of muddy football cleats
  • NEW! Engineered nylon-based resin material used to manufacture the push blocks is more durable for longer performance life, reducing the risk of tooth breakage from classic commercial kitchen use or block shavings in the food from accidental blade contact while cutting
  • PLUS, a higher, wider base can sprawl over a standard 1⁄3 or 1⁄6 size six-inch deep food pan, or a two-quart round pan

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