Original Offer Details: CHOICE: EITHER $19.95 + 7.95 S&H w. BOGO (Buy One, Get One) - $7.95 S&H. OR 1 Vidalia Chop Wizard for $19.95 + 7.95 S&. Bonus - slicer. Sales tax - CT, NY.
I could study under Emeril for years and I still wouldn't be able to chop anything properly. It's probably due to the fact that I was diagnosed as having small motor control problems when in Nursery School. The trade-off was that I remembered every classmate's first & last name so I wouldn't have to write them down.
The other trade-off is that I look for alternatives for dicing and slicing. And I look at things like Vidalia Chop Wizard.
According to BuyChopWizard.com, the Vidalia Chop Wizard is claimed to come with the following features:
- Better way to chop vegetables, fruit, cheese & more
- Great for
- Salsa, stir-fry, fruit salads...
- BOGO (Buy One, Get One)
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Order Process: We found a couple older complaints were it appears though there was a double charge . We couldn't tell whether or not those orders were made online or by phone. We also found a non-related incident where a store was claiming to sell them at 50% off. All alleged, of course.
Product Performance: We didn't find any complaints regarding product performance. We did find quite a few videos of people trying it out online. We put them together on a playlist on the left if you would like to take a view.
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