The concept of the Chop Chop is pretty cool. You get one prep tool that has a ton of different features. However, although I thought I would use it a lot, I rarely do. It honestly takes more time to switch the attachments and clean the thing than it does to just cut whatever I need with a good old-fashioned knife.
Don't get me wrong; it is a pretty cool tool, and I do use it for high volume cutting. For example, I will put the grater plate on to grate a container of carrots for salads. If I am making sweet potato chews for the dogs I will use it to get them all the same size. Beyond that I just have no purpose for it. Plus, the actual part that you push down is not strong enough for hard veggies, in my opinion. If you have a really busy kitchen you might love it, but again, you will have to stop and clean it constantly.
The coolest feature is that there is a lid to the plastic container, so whatever you chop, slide, or grate inside can be stored in the fridge in the same container.
If Chop Chop came with some type of owner's manual or guide stating what each piece is used for it would have been helpful, but there was no instructions in the box. I honestly do not know what half the things are, which could have something to do with why I barely use it.
Supposedly it has an apple blade, apple pusher, tomato blade, potato pusher, potato blade, egg and garlic blade, grater frame, coarse grater, mandolin, small and large reamers, fine grater, and hand guard.