Sharp, durable, stainless steel build with a handle that's easy to grip and rubber-coated feet that provide slip-resistant leverage. Easy to use in an upright position or positioned over a bowl. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Most expensive option on our list. Quite large, so it's awkward to store.
Has an easy-to-grip handle that's soft and comfortable to hold while you work. Stainless steel grating surface is wide and sharp and produces excellent results. Simple to use and clean. Includes a blade cover.
At least one owner complained that it's larger than anticipated.
Features a contoured stainless steel grating surface and soft, ribbed handle. Suitable for harder foods like root vegetables, but works for soft foods, too. Blade cover included.
Plastic frame isn't as strong as the grating surface and has been reported to break over time.
Stands out when it comes to versatility, as the two-in-one grating plate has fine and coarse sides. We love how the rubberized handle twists for use at different angles. Comes with a blade cover.
Blade and plastic pieces feel flimsy compared to other models.
Boasts a sharp grating plate and comfortable, nonslip handle. Included blade cover prevents accidents when placed in a storage drawer. Available at a low price point.
Grating plate isn't as broad as others and tends to dull over time.
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