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|Product Type: Slicer and cutter||Finish: Stainless steel|
|Base Material: Plastic||Handle Material: Stainless steel|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Shatterproof: Yes|
|Stain Resistant: Yes||Anti-Slip Base: Yes|
|Operation: Manual||Food Compatibility: Vegetable|
|Item Type: Countertop||Soft-Grip Handle: No|
|Dishwasher Safe: Yes||Product Care: Hand washing advised|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: No||Installation Required: No|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
Harvey Harris from Kansas City, MO– Verified Buyer
Difficult to remove blade block for cleaning and, base plate locking device works poorly.
Love the Fries
JJ from CA– Verified Buyer
I can't get the suction cup to hold down but I do love the fries I get and they are awesome in the oven!
Laura from Michigan– Verified Buyer
I am very much happy with this jumbo potato cutter. I am pleased with how it works and it shipped out in a timely manner.
french fry cutter
richard e from morrisville, PA– Verified Buyer
works great! easy to use, sturdy. cuts fries perfectly. they fry up perfectly, too.I would highly recommend this product.
Neuffj from Columbia, MO
The product just arrived and I have yet to use it, but I wish it stuck to the counter a little better. It would be nice for cutting those larger potatoes. I love that there are two sizes for potatoes since we like ours thinner. Switching out the blade is easy and stores well!
Fairly well designed
Gerry from Weirsdale, FL.– Verified Buyer
A little more mechanical advantage would be better. The vacuumed base is definitely required. A little flimsy but it is plastic. What ever happened to the vertical fry maker? Put potato under handle and push down, simple and didn't want to slide around. It was plastic but it was tough. This was back when we made things in America, those were the days.
great while it lasted
grandpa russ from denton texas– Verified Buyer
it worked fine for about four weeks, then one of the blades came out and then the handle bent when trying to cut a potato. we liked the thinner potatoes maybe this was the problem. it went into the trash
makes things a lot faster, works great.
humblehill from powhatan,va– Verified Buyer
If you like homemade fries, his makes cutting them very quick and they are uniform. Don't force the potato through, be careful, the blades will bend. Just make sure the potato is cut in half if it is large and you will have no problems
Potato Lover from Lng Beach, CA– Verified Buyer
I like em with skins and so easy to slice.
denny from ridgway co