Genuine Fred BOSS 3000 Genuine Fred Circular Saw Pizza Wheel, Standard
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6 x 4 x 5 inches|
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- Fun & functional: Show that pizza you mean business with Genuine Fred Pizza Boss 3000 This unique pizza cutter will blast through pepperoni, extra cheese, and even those pesky anchovies
- Unique design: Pizza Boss is shaped like a circular saw, so it makes whoever's doing the cutting look like a carpenter in action
- Quality materials: The Pizza Boss 3000 is built from tough engineering-grade plastics and a laser-etched, food-safe stainless steel blade
- Easy to clean: The stainless steel blade of this pizza cutter has a removable shield for easy clean-up. Hand wash recommended
- Great gift: The Pizza Boss 3000 makes a great guy gift on multiple occasions. It comes packed in a full color window box and is perfect for housewarmings, host gifts, birthdays, and more
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From the manufacturer
Hey, Good Cookin'! Fred has you covered in the kitchen.
So what’s the deal with Fred, anyways?
FRED focuses on well-designed stuff that solves a problem, puts a smile on your face, and doesn’t cost a fortune. We delight in taking everyday, functional products and turning them into something fresh and unexpected, something funny, something personal.
FRED is made up of a ragtag group of designers and product development specialists who are devoted to bringing amusing, intriguing and useful ideas to life. We’re also devoted to beer... and cake. Join us in our never-ending quest for awesome!
Working from our renovated factory offices in Pawtucket, Rhode Island — the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution — each designer brings their own blend of unique ideas, tastes and backgrounds to Fred’s table. It’s a stew for success! And fun. We have a ton of fun.
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Show that pizza you mean business with our new Pizza Boss 3000. It'll blast thru pepperoni, extra cheese, even those pesky anchovies. It's built from tough engineering-grade plastics and the laser-etched stainless blade has a removable shield for easy clean-up. A great 'guy gift.
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It works well for cutting a thin pizza with relatively flat toppings. But that is not how my family does pizza, as a general rule. I'm pretty sure we just pile the works on there and pray it's edible.
The space between the 'plate' of the saw and the bottom of the saw is not large enough for easy slicing for any of our standard pizzas. I'm not sure it would even do well on a simple meat lovers pizza from Papa Johns, since it seems determined to catch on each and every lump and DRAG it across the whole dang pizza.
Also, if you're one of those people with the overly stuffed utensil drawers, be advised this will make them even more difficult to open. It doesn't necessarily take up that much room, it's just thick and awkward in the drawer, and suddenly you're rearranging all your spatulas again so you can fit one little pizza cutter. You can't just shove it in on top of stuff and try to work the drawer closed, you have to actually commit to putting it in the drawer neatly like a proper, organized adult.
As far as a standard slicer goes, it's pretty decent. You might need a second pass or so through the pizza just to make sure it got through the crust, but I've found that to be the case with many many pizza cutters.
There is also more cleaning involved, just because it's not a standard pizza cutter and there are some little nooks and crannies for all your tomato sauce to find.
We mostly pull this out for company now and they get a good laugh out of it. And then we get a laugh out of them working to get it through their pizza. Should've used less sausage, Aunt Carol.
By Tay on December 7, 2019
By Cassie Wood on December 27, 2018
Lefties beware - the design is also much more comfortable in the right hand than the left.