I have something similar (a Titan) I think. OK but not exciting. And mind your fingers when you use it or you'll add skin to the pile of veggies.
I prefer my coarse microplane and my "V"-Slicer. I don't bleed into my food when I use those
And who says vegetables aren't fun? Mix the colours on your plate for interest and to ensure a good range of vitamins and minerals - green, orange, yellow, red, purple. Don't forget that fresh veg such as peas and beans, also supply protein.
You don't have to eat them raw. For example cooked tomatoes contain lycopene (spelling?) which is very good for you. The knack with retaining vitamins in cooked veg is not to over cook them.
Another way of increasing your intake of veg is to make soup with them. Filling, low calorie, yummy and warming in winter (you can also make cooling chilled soup in hot weather).
The other useful thing about veg is that they are inexpensive, (even more so if you grow your own) and pad out the more expensive foods such as meat so you don't need so much on your plate. Veggies are kind - they're good for your hair and your skin so they make you look good AND they save you money. Don't you wish all your friends were like that