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IMPORTANT: The white prototype seen in the video was Laser 3D printed from nylon. The finished production product will be injection molded from BPA-free, food grade materials. The top will be transparent, while the cutting base is light green BPA-free HDPE (cutting board material). Thanks in advance for your support!
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This product is PATENT-PENDING
Everyone loves a fresh, healthy salad. But to prepare a salad at home, you have to wash and rinse the lettuce, slice and chop all of the ingredients, then slice and chop some more...what a chore!
Introducing the all new 60 Second Salad. Finally a fast, easy, virtually mess-free way to enjoy a healthy salad everyday! 60 Second Salad is designed to hold all of your ingredients. The unique slits take the hassle out of rinsing and straining and allow you to chop the ingredients all at once.
Cut through the slits in one direction, then rotate the wave cam top for a perfect, no mess cross cut. In just seconds, your ingredients are all perfectly chopped and your garden fresh salad is ready to eat. Never dirty a cutting board again!
Cut in every slit for a finely chopped salad or cut in every other slit for a rougher chop. Garden fresh salad at home has never been so fast and easy. And that’s not all. You can use your 60 Second Salad to make a healthy fruit salad and to chop everything you need for chicken salad all at once.
Cleanup is simple too!
Just give your 60 Second Salad a quick rinse or pop it in the dishwasher. No more mess, no more stress. Now you can enjoy a healthy, delicious salad in seconds, with 60 Second Salad!
Tooling for the production molds will begin as soon as we reach our goal. We expect tooling to be complete in about 30 days. Once production samples are approved, production of the salad makers begin. We expect production and logistics taking an additional 60 days. So we're expecting to have these salad makers in your hands in May 2017.
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