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Metro Fulfillment House Power/Cheese/Kitchen Grater


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  • Automatic grating at a press
  • No blade hazards
  • Perfect for hard or soft cheese
  • Ideal for use in the kitchen
  • Uses 4 AA batteries - not included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BKDGHTY
  • Item model number: SK32
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,229 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Kitchen Power Grater, can grate hard or soft cheese, chocolate, nuts or biscuits. The Power Grater is a must for use in the kitchen.

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"The commercial...it...it..." was all I could utter.
HisNameIsFrank
I put a few small blocks of cheese in it and turned it on and ten minutes later the thing had just smushed the cheese everwhere.
TNagz
It literally started to grate it's own intestines, to the point where is stopped working entirely.
HoLeeSit

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1,902 of 1,933 people found the following review helpful By HisNameIsFrank on April 9, 2013
I bought this mockery of a machine as a gift for my wife, because she hates grating cheese by hand. She's very lazy, but that's neither here nor there. The first thing she did when I gave it to her was ask, "What's this? What kind of a cheap b@stard buys a cheese grater as a birthday gift?" Pushing my anger aside, I told her to try it out. That it'll make her life in the kitchen a bit easier. After being yelled at for what seemed like an eternity about how I'm sexist and a fool for implying that a woman's place is in the kitchen, she finally calmed down and decided to try it out. Yelling at me always makes her hungry.

Finally, I thought. Wait until she sees this bad boy in action. From what I had seen in the commercials, this Power Grater was going to demolish that block of cheddar protruding from her sweaty ham-like hands in seconds. She placed the block in and struggled with connecting the cover to the base. "Oh yeah." she said. "This is as easy as easy gets." She's fluent in sarcasm. What little sincerity she possessed quickly died after I said, "I do." After snapping it in place, she pressed the button. Then it began to grate the block of cheese. To say that it was slow would be giving the Power Grater much more credit than it deserves. A minute had passed, and it had barely grated enough cheese to cover the surface of a quarter.

My wife looked at me with a rage I hadn't seen since the time I made the mistake of eating the last slice of pizza several years earlier. "What in the (expletive deleted) am I supposed to do with this? I'd lose 10 pounds before this damn thing finishes grating the cheese!" I had to bite my tongue to the point of drawing blood to prevent even touching that one.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By TNagz on April 13, 2013
I bought this grater with the intent of making the greatest breakfast burrito ever. By the way, whoever invented the breakfast burrito was a genius. I put a few small blocks of cheese in it and turned it on and ten minutes later the thing had just smushed the cheese everwhere. I don't even know who thought of this product, but it's a piece of $#!7.
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57 of 80 people found the following review helpful By HoLeeSit on April 13, 2013
You know what this piece of junk grated? Well, it certainly didn't grate what I put it. Oh, but it did grate something. IT'S OWN METAL INSIDES. What diabolical monster created this machine? It literally started to grate it's own intestines, to the point where is stopped working entirely. 1/10, would not grate again.
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39 of 76 people found the following review helpful By arcalumis on April 13, 2013
Is possible grate potato in grater? If I buy grater will I get potato? No potato make Latvian man sad and malnourish. Maybe if I buy grater from US the politburo will arrest me, prison warm and no bears.
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