Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

By | September 24, 2010 | 21 Comments


Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

If you haven’t heard about Opera Software yet, it’s a cheese slicer manufacturer, based in Oslo, Norway.

As you might know, they sent us a pack full of goodies. Being a good fellow as I am, I have decided to review one of their products: a cheese slicer.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Lets begin with… cheese slicing

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Test passed.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

In our second test, we tried to slice a much bigger piece of cheese. Everything went better than expected.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Furthermore, we have found other slicer uses. With Opera slicer, you can also create a beautiful butter ball or two.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

It is also a great appliance for everyday use, for instance: holding things or even book pages marking.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Durability test. Let’s just stop here.

Opera Software Cheese Slicer Review

Overall, it’s a great cheese slicer with more than hundred different uses, considering our paid price ($0.00), we couldn’t be happier.


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Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

  • tomass

    lol, great review. what about the release date?

    • http://www.favbrowser.com Vygantas Lipskas

      Hmm, I am not sure about release date. You might want to give Opera Software CEO a call and insist on revealing cheese slicer release date :-)

  • Golden Boy

    What the? LOL

  • monty

    hahaha best review ever!

  • http://scoding.com Saulius

    Such a funny post, keep up the good work, and thanks to opera for sending this out :)

  • http://my.opera.com/aleksod Alexei

    Excellent and well-balanced review! Does this device come with built-in browsing capabilities as well?
    Also, why does it have their old logo?

    • http://www.favbrowser.com Vygantas Lipskas

      Not sure about this one, I’ve tried but no luck

      http://www.favbrowser.com/images/slicerusb.jpg

      Maybe my computer is just too old?

      • http://my.opera.com/aleksod Alexei

        Yeah, I believe Opera Software ASA has been working on some ultra-secret new interface. I have a feeling that even my computer is too old!

  • http://www.sumake.eu narzędzia warsztatowe

    Uhm, nice one, can it run Opera Mobile, or only Mini ?

  • nobody

    on a serious note – swedish and norwegian cheese slicers are amongst the best ive ever used
     
    no french, american or any other can compete. i do not know why, but i own one swedish one for 15 years and it still is sharp enough to not tear even the softest cheese
     
    btw – great post :)

    • Ichan

      Whats wrong with the traditional knife?
       
      Julienne slices. Nice an thin.
       
      Or if you are anything like me, eat the whole block in one go. Ahaha

    • anyletter

      The dutch make the best cheese slicers.  They also make the best cheeses.  Funny how that works.

  • http://my.opera.com/Jurgi/ Jurgi

    What is the version?
    They also manufacture nice T-shirts, btw:
    http://my.opera.com/Jurgi/blog/opera-gives-away-t-shirts-rozdaje-koszulki

  • Ichan

    WTF.
     
    FTW.

    • Ichan

      WILL IT BLEND!!!!

    • nvm

      I second the WTF. LOL.

  • http://my.opera.com/aleksander/ Aleksander

    <unofficial official statement>”We are not ready to go out with a release date as of now.” </unofficial official statement>
    Awesome review!

  • http://www.trygve-lie.com/ Trygve Lie

    But how fast is it???? And how many cheeses does it support?

    • http://my.opera.com/aleksod Alexei

      Chances are, it is the fastest on the market, judging by their other not as major as this cheese  slicer products. If cheese compatibility is an issue, you can always mask it as a cheese slicer of one of its competitors :D

  • ntzphyr

    Americans don’t need cheese slicers, our fine cheeses are pre-sliced  :D~

  • http://www.cheesecutter.org Cheese Cutter

    Anyone who has never used a cheese board cutter really needs get one. I recommend a marble board so it keeps the cheese cooler for longer. It makes perfect slices which goes great with any food.