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Weston #10 Heavy Duty Manual Tinned Meat Grinder

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  • Ergonomically designed crank handle turns effortlessly
  • Clamp on style easily attaches to any countertop upt o 1 1/2 inch thick
  • Adjustable burrs for coarse to fine grind control
  • Disassembles for quick & easy clean-up
  • Damage preventing rubber pads protect delicate work surfaces
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Size: #10
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 12.1 x 9.4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000BQSW44
  • Item model number: 361001W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,207 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The Weston brand meat grinders - over 100 years of quality and tradition. The Porkert multi-stage tinning process is a closely guarded secret that has never been duplicated and carries a lifetime guarantee.


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After ONE previous use.
Jesse's granddaughter
The handle bar does not fit at all in the spiral pin, but neither the screw fits in the bearing, because there here are NO threads inside the pin.
CatIon
I called customer service and got a replacement.
CL

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240 of 244 people found the following review helpful By CL on June 23, 2009
Upon receiving the package, the front ring nut wasn't machined properly and it even had a hole in the side; looks like a poor cast job. I called customer service and got a replacement. It also seems to fit better too.

Okay, now onto using it. It grinds stuff fairly well, and there won't be any complaints here. However, after using it, I washed it, dried all of the components, reassembled it and put it back in the box for storage.

The next time I used it, I noticed rust along all of the non-tinned parts. This includes the crank handle, the knife, the plate, the clamp screw, the thumbscrew. They should have made this from stainless steel instead of tin plating.

No big deal, I just re-washed it and coated it with vegetable oil. Now, after having used it a few times, the tin plating has chipped off the plates, the auger and grinder body where they meet when spinning; along the shaft as well as at the ends.

I think it's too late to return this now, and probably too much hassle. I would not recommend that anyone purchase this item. It looks like cheap overseas manufacturing with no quality control.
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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 23, 2010
Size Name: #10
WOW! Defect after defect after defect! I bought this after completely disregarding all the negative reviews. I'm in the restaurant business and know that often times people misuse kitchen tools then mistake them for faulty products. Now, having written that, I AM A FOOL! I read all I could about grinding and sausage making for 2 days before pulling this out of the box. Excited to get started, I washed it then tried to assemble it. 1st problem- the grind plate did not fit on the shaft. The shaft was slightly oval and the hole in the grind plate was perfectly round. I decided to try the other plate and it fit on just enough to assemble the entire unit. 2nd problem- I was screwing it to the counter and the small round part of the clamp that actually meets the underside of the counter- BROKE OFF! I decided to screw it into the underside of the counter anyway. I situated my small cubes of nearly frozen beef and with crossed fingers and hopes high put them in the feeder, gave it a good 10 or 12 cranks then heard an awful grinding noise followed by a snap. Upon further investigation I found the meat that did actually make it out of the grind end was full of metal shavings and the grind plate (which is supposed to remain stationary) was spinning. Apparently the snap sound was the small pin that holds the plate in place. Upon dis-assemblage I noticed the other end of the round screw shaft (opposite the end which I wrote was oval earlier) that runs down the center of the unit was completely round but nested into a semi-oval opening. Shame on you Weston for wasting my time, money and meat!
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By John G on January 10, 2010
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Bought the #32 manual grinder. I got the first one from a different place (more expensive). It wasn't a Weston but it looks almost exactly the same. The first one broke after about 180 lbs of grinding when the little pin which keeps the plate from spinning broke. I rigged a decent fix by jamming a short piece of a drill bit into the indentation. I returned that grinder then bought this Weston one. I've ground 120 lbs so far and it hasn't broken; although I won't be suprised if it does (the design looks the same). Not too big of a deal though; my drill bit fix worked good. On the Weston grinder, the bolt which holds the handle on was the wrong size; good thing I had some metric bolts around to fix it. Also, the blade on the Weston grinder seemed dull compared to the first grinder. I sharpened it myself and the performance improved noticeably.

I timed my performance. I ground everything twice - first with coarse plate, then with fine plate. I could grind 2.75 lbs/min during the second grinding and 1.5 lbs/min for the first grinding. It definately pays to regularly clean the blade and plate by removing the tendons which plug it up. Grinding is fairly fast compared to the rest of the process (cutting meat into 2" cubes, cleaning the blade/plate, wrapping). As an example of overall performance, I ground 65 lbs of burger (130 lbs of grinding since I ground it twice) in one batch in 3.5 hrs including cutting meat into 2" pieces, grinding, cleaning the plate/blade, and double wrapping in 1 lb packages. Meat grinds a little faster if partially frozen.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By monk on January 30, 2011
Size Name: #10
I bought the #10 grinder at a kitchen store near me. Same price as listed here. After reading all the poor reveiws on the product on-line I had to write my own. First I bought a more expensive electric grinder at harbor frieght, I fought with that thing for 2hrs trying to grind 2lbs of pork, then tried to grind 1lb of lamb, it got stuck so many times I was cursing. The lamb never got ground! It went back to the store.

Now, this grinder listed here, was not made of the best materials, and is rough, the and the plates and knife do have a tendecy to rust. But the thing grinds meat!!! Which I find very important in a meat grinder!

I worked in a butcher shop for a year or so, and the plates and knife are exactally the same as the pro's use, they will rust, period. They should always be dried off then lubed in cooking spray or miniral oil. As far as finding metal in the meat, with any metal to metal contact you will get like a fine dust of metal, very little, and will not hurt u. Now if I were getting chunks of the tin coating in it I would be concerned.

I gave this 5 stars cause it is what it is, does what it is suppose to do. Grind Meat! The only con I see is the poor tin coating job, and this is not cast iron, it looks to be white metal. I scrubbed it real good b4 the frist use haven't had any problems yet.
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