Cut-N-Cup Reviews

Cut-n-Cup Pros/Cons?

  • Quick easy way to chop food
  • Works best for smaller dishes

Cut-n-Cup Review:

Mushrooms, Potatoes, Strawberries, Onions, Carrots, Chop it All! If I saw this product on a shelf, I'd probably never buy it. That's because it is hard to understand how to use it. Chef Tony does a good job showcasing it. Also, Chef Tony generally produces good products. And the Cut-n-Cup does not disappoint. We give it a huge 'try it' if you primarily make smaller dishes; or dishes that need small amounts of food that needs to be chopped. For example, if you buy spaghetti marinara sauce and like to add more garlic or even light vegetables to the mix -- this may be a good product for you. If you plan on heavy-duty salad making for large families -- the coping mechanism is a little slow for big dishes.

Cut-n-Cup, Does It Really Work?

Yes it works. Some users report that softer vegetables have a harder time being diced -- this includes tomatoes.

Cut-n-Cup, What Do I Get?

  • 2 Cups with Blade Covers
  • 2 Slicing Blades
  • 2 Dicing Blades

Customer Service Number for Cut-n-Cup?

  • Phone: 800-578-2386 -- Hours: Monday through Friday from 8am-10pm Eastern Time

Can I buy Cut-n-Cup in Stores?

It is not available in stores at the moment.

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