Vegetables are everywhere in 2018 and here’s the best vegetable slicers to pick the best for you.
We asked a panel of experts to pick their top picks, which will also be included in the roundup.
Here’s what we found.
Best vegetable slicksBest vegetable slicing toolWe used an Amazon Echo Dot to find the best slicers for chopping, slicing, slicing into strips and serving.
The Echo Dot uses a “thinning wheel” to produce slices, but the blades are thinner.
The device comes with three blades for slicing: one for each cutting edge.
For a thicker slice, you can choose between the thinning wheel and the blade-less blade.
Amazon sells four different blade options, and we’re sticking with the standard thinning blade for the most cutting edge slicing.
We like the Amazon Edge, which is $25 cheaper and more durable.
You can use a blade with a single blade for slicing or with two blades for cutting two or more items at once.
Amazon’s new thinning blades are much thinner than the Amazon Blade Series, and they’re more durable, too.
We also like the Edge Mini, which has a blade that’s 2 inches longer.
Best-selling slicersAmazon’s new, thicker blade has a longer, 3-inch blade, and it’s made by Fujitsu, the company behind the Fujitsu Edge series.
We’re happy to see the company offering a thinner, blade-like product.
The Blade Mini is also a bit cheaper than the Blade, but it comes with a blade blade that can be used to slice a variety of vegetables and fruits.
The Edge Mini is more expensive, but we think it’s worth it for the versatility.
The Amazon Edge Series has a smaller, lighter blade, which makes slicing more forgiving.
Amazon offers the Amazon M7 for slicing in strips, which cuts up to 2-inch slices.
We think the Edge M7 is a great option for slicing large vegetables or fruit, but you can find cheaper options.
Amazon’s $35 Amazon Slicer 4K is a 2-in-1 slicer that’s great for slicing and carving, but a bit pricey when it comes to cutting into strips.
The blade is 3.8 inches long, so it won’t cut into a variety in-between, but its thinning capacity makes slicing strips and large pieces of fruit or vegetables a breeze.
We love that it comes in a variety, but be careful if you’re trying to cut small vegetables, since the blades aren’t super thin.
Amazon has a $70 Amazon M8 for slicing into larger pieces of vegetables or fruits.
We found the Amazon S9 to be more flexible and easy to slice into strips, and the Amazon B10 for cutting into smaller, fruitier pieces.
Amazon offers two different thinning options for cutting vegetables and fruit.
You’ll have to experiment with which blade you choose for slicing.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, the $29 Amazon Edge Mini slicer is a good choice.
Best for slicing a varietyThe Amazon M10 is a thinning tool that can cut into strips as small as 1/8 to 1/4 inch, but if you want to slice larger, fruit or vegetable pieces, the Amazon D10 is your tool of choice.
It’s 3.6 inches long and can slice into the larger, more delicate pieces of fruits and vegetables.
Amazon also has a variety for slicing smaller items, such as carrots and celery, but that’s not an option for most people.
We prefer the Amazon K1 for slicing fruit, which comes in multiple lengths.
Amazon recommends the Amazon E1 for the thinner blades.
Best selling slicersWe tried to pick out the best cheap vegetable slicing tools that you can buy, but some of these are better than others.
The price is a big consideration when you’re buying a product, so if you can’t afford a product that’s just $10, we recommend buying something like the $7 Amazon Edge D10, which isn’t as thin as the $14 Amazon M1.
Best vegetable slicing devicesAmazon offers a variety to choose from.
The most expensive is the Amazon J1, which costs $15.
We recommend using the $20 Amazon Edge M10.
The $18 Amazon M5 is also available for slicing, but is much more expensive.
The cheapest is the $19 Amazon Edge F1, but this blade is just $4.99.
Amazon uses a standard blade, but for slicing it has a different blade, so we’re not sure which one is the best option for your needs.
The Amazon S10 is $20, and if you don’t mind spending more, it comes as a $19 set.
We’ve used it to slice large, fruit-heavy vegetables like strawberries, bananas, cherries, plums, pluots and blueberries, and for slicing fruits like peaches