Vidalia, Kuuk and Freshware all manufacture kitchen chopping devices that can chop onions but can also cut, dice or mince garlic, tomatoes and even cheese. The 72500RY model from Proctor Silex, the Kitchen Basics fruit and vegetable chopper, the Cook Pro vegetable and onion chopper and the Black and Decker HC306 model are some other multifunctional onion choppers from cookware and consumer products companies.
The Black and Decker HC306 and the Chef'n VeggiChop function similarly to food processors due to their power and size. They are more versatile than simple one-motion choppers such as Vidalia's Chop Wizard and are capable of finely chopping both soft fruits and vegetables and firmer food items such as almonds or pecans. These food processors have bi-level curved blades that are manufactured from stainless steel and provide extremely precise cuts.
The Pro Chef Nicer Dicer Plus is also an onion chopper, but it is on the higher end of the cost spectrum and has more varied functionality than cheaper choppers. The Nicer Dicer Plus includes a mandolin slicer and 18 additional stainless steel cutting accessories. The set also includes a large measuring container that is capable of doubling as a capture dish for onion shavings.