Vidalia Chop Wizard [Review]. Chop Them Vegetables!

by nat finn on April 23, 2011

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 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 tradeoff was that I remembered every classmate’s first & last name so I wouldn’t have to write them down.

The other tradeoff is that I look for alternatives for dicing and slicing. And I look at things like Vidalia Chop Wizard.

Features & Claims – 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)
  • Featured in Good Housekeeping
  • Featured in Reader’s Digest RD Living

Review – Vidalia Chop Wizard Complaints, Frauds, Rip-Offs & Scams…

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.

Where to Buy Vidalia Chop Wizard


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Ida Burford February 23, 2012 at 6:01 pm

I placed an order for the Chop Wizard and they sent me two little cubes of plastic that look like they might slice a small onion or something. The picture shows an elongated chopper that you can chop any kind of vegetable in; but what I got isn’t what was in the picture. And according to the directions to return the product, they will keep the shipping and handling costs and only return the cost of the product to my credit card. So they make money by sending out the wrong product and I won’t get all of my money back, nor will I have the product I ordered. I think Good Housekeeping, Reader’s Digest and the BBB should know what they’re doing.

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