Mandolin equipment

I need a recommendation for a new mandolin that is easy to use, safe, and does a good job with various attachments.

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sue_ann_canvasser August 7, 2012
Thank you so much for all the replies. Just bought the OXO Good Grips. Love it. Not the hand one but larger . I already sliced eggplant different thickness. It has a wide base to accommodate a eggplant. It took a few minutes to become familiar with. It has won several high markings with different cooking sources.
 
linzarella August 7, 2012
Benriner is inexpensive, durable, and gets the job done. I have this one and couldn't be happier with it. The three attachments for julienning are great too.

http://www.casa.com/p/benriner-japanese-mandoline-slicer-238961?site=CA&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc_C&utm_term=ZPV-2915&utm_campaign=GoogleAW&CAWELAID=1309125981&utm_content=pla&adtype=pla&cagpspn=pla
 
lloreen August 7, 2012
Mine was a few dollars at a Chinese restaurant store - it does the trick. Sometimes simpler is better.
 
Nozlee S. August 6, 2012
This Kyocera mandoline is the same model that our test kitchen manager Jennifer Vogliano (jvcooks on the site) swears by!

http://www.amazon.com/Kyocera-CSN-202-RD-Adjustable-Mandoline-Slicer/dp/B000HZBXOA/ref=sr_1_1?tag=food52-20
 
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