Croc Chop Vegetable Chopper & Slicer
I don't doubt the Croc Chop's ability to chop and slice your fruits and vegetables with Michelin-chef-level speed and precision. However, I do question your ability to get any freshly diced onion or spiralized zucchini back from it. In a presentable form that isn't soaked in blood, anyway. That croc might look happy-go-lucky and amenable to sharing with humans rather than partaking in them, but speaking as a dude who deeply regrets having trusted the miniature scale and ceramic construction of the Shark Sushi Plate, I have to warn you of the hazards of adding a Croc Chop Vegetable Chopper & Slicer to your collection of kitchen tools.
For the brave Steve Irwins among you (RIP, dude) still interested in a Croc Chop Vegetable Chopper & Slicer, the new release from OTOTO comes with 4 types of blades, in addition to the crocodile lid / press and plastic food reservoir. Use the fine chopping blade for onions, chilis, shallots, garlic, and mushrooms. Slide in the medium blade for carrots, potatoes, and peppers. Try the ribbon blade for cucumbers, zucchini, and carrots. And open ol' Croc-o's mouth to insert the spiralizing julienne blade for cucumber, zucchini, or carrot veggie noodles.