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Despite its general functionality, the Slap Chop gets mixed reviews from those who try it. A reporter for WBRE in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., tries out the Slap Chop, and finds it works well on most of the foods it's tested on. However, he gives it a mediocre review due to its inability to chop tomatoes and the availability of cheaper, comparable products. A tester for WXIA in Atlanta is also unimpressed with the Slap Chop because it's unable to chop tomatoes and potatoes. Jack Scalfani creates a video for Break.com in which he successfully uses the Slap Chop on a variety of foods and even finds a way to dice tomatoes (by chopping half a tomato facedown, rather than face-up). Users on the consumer-review site JennyReviews.com are all very happy with the Slap Chop, finding it easy to use on nearly everything and easy to clean too.