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New Star 42306 Commercial Grade French Fry Cutter with Suction Feet, 3/8-Inch
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- Rust proof powder coated heavy duty cast iron body
- Stainless steel rod
- Cuts fries in 3/8" pieces
- Can be table or wall mounted
- Additional accessories and back up parts available for purchase
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 20 x 9 in||10.5 x 20.5 x 9.7 in||7 x 9 x 15 in||9 x 20 x 8 in||13.4 x 11.4 x 8 in||9.76 x 3.94 x 4.65 in|
Have you been slicing and dicing your French fries by hand or with a plastic vegetable slicer? Commercial kitchen or not, we have a feeling that once you try our cutter you won't want to go back. Let's face it, freshness is crucial to culinary arts. Instead of buying pre-cut and frozen French fries, try our affordable and industry tested favorite. Constructed with a cast iron body and stainless steel rod, this commercial grade potato slicer cuts through the competition. Powerful suction feet give you the ability to mount your cutter without drilling into any counters or walls and they easily detach to stow away for a clutter free kitchen after use. Shop our store for additional stainless steel and rust proof die cast aluminum accessories, or save on replacement parts by purchasing a complete set today!.
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Some other thoughts:
It does take some force to get the potatoes through. I don't think it's an unreasonable amount, but it's not like cutting butter. There's a bit of an art to it and once you get used to it running potatoes through goes very quickly.
It is heavy built and stands up fine to the pressure of shoving through regular potatoes. I don't know that it would work as well for sweet potatoes but I have not tried to say personally.
The suction cups are strong and work very well. Almost too well - lightly set the cutter on the counter and it sticks!
It is big and awkward to wash. But even with that, the time it saves is well worth it and washing only takes a few minutes.
My gripes on the cutter are simply a function of it being a big, commercial cutter. It is designed as it has to be to do it's job. For someone that cuts up a couple potatoes once a month it probably isn't worth it. We do a dozen potatoes or more several times a week. If you just expect those few things going in you will wonder how you got along without it!
It can be used with the suction cup feet or mounted on a wall or solid surface.
And just because it has the room to take more than one potato, it only pops & crushes them if you try more than one at a time - unless you like partially mangled pieces...
Once you get the hang of it, it works very well.