Fast-Prep Kitchen Slicer

By Rapid Slicer

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This kitchen slicer tool helps make quicker work of cutting awkwardly-shaped foods like cherry tomatoes, grapes, and olives. It’s Made in the USA and gives you a better grip while slicing through foods by holding them in place. It even works on chicken breasts and shrimp.

  • Made in the USA: Southington, CT
  • Materials: 80% polypropylene, 20% glass fill
  • Care: Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Instructions: Use a sharp kitchen knife that is 7“ or longer. A serrated knife works best for fruits, vegetables, and breads
  • Non-slip feet prevent tool from sliding on the counter
  • Lid protects your hand from the knife blade and locks into base for convenient storage
  • Large capacity can hold 1.5 - 2 cups of small fruits and vegetables
  • Also great for making thin, even slices of shrimp, chicken breasts, and other meats
  • Dimensions: 2" x 6" diameter
  • Weight: 0.38 lb.

32 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Kitchen Slicer


Great invention. Very quick and easy tool for meal prep. Love it.


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If this works we will love having it


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I love the Rapid Slicer. I don't slice many small items like grapes or strawberries, but it's great to slice chicken breasts.




We cook a lot of grilled chicken and this is perfect for slicing the chicken without fear of losing blood. The pieces are bigger than the slicer so they are not perfect but it works. I clean it on the top shelf of the dishwasher and it's fine.More > < Less




I fix a fish dish that called for grape halves sliced and warmed in brown butter. I love this slicer. It doesn't slide around on the counter and is a snap to use and clean.More > < Less

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About Rapid Slicer

A Cut Above

Cindy Fox had it with slicing tiny, roll-y cherry tomatoes one by one for a salad. So her husband Rob began tinkering to make his own kitchen slicer that did the job faster and easier.

Rapid Slicer is the result of Cindy’s frustration and Rob’s ingenuity. The Made in the USA tool lends a hand when you’re slicing tricky foods—like grapes, cherry tomatoes, olives, and brussel sprouts. It can even help with chicken breast and shrimp, too. Depending on what you’re cutting, using a chef’s knife or serrated blade might work best.

Non-slip feet give the base better grip, and the lid holds foods firmly in place so you can neatly slice through everything in one (easy) pass.