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Panasonic MK-G20NR-W Heavy Duty Meat Grinder
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- Heavy Duty Electric Meat Grinder with Metal Hooper, Auger and Stainless Steel Cutting Blades for healthy grounded meat products
- Built-in Circuit Breaker, Accessories include: 3 Cutting Blades Fine/Medium/Coarse Blades, Sausage Attachment and Extra Cutting Blade, Receipe Book
- Made in Japan, 120AC / 60Hz, 180 Watts
- Measures: 6 9/16" (W) x 9 7/16" (D) x 7 7/8" (H), 8.4 lbs, White w/Silver Trim
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personally, I am returning this grinder and will order a more powerful one (sadly, it will be made in China and will be cheaply built... :( )
With so many things in our household dropping like flies..made in China or India or Mexico, this grinder being made in Japan was important.
It's about the same noise level as a mixer, but quieter than our blender.
I beleive the couple of one star posts were due to the star shaped cutting wheel being installed backwards! The sharp side must face out to rub against whichever plate you use..course-medium-fine were all included with our unit.
Comes apart in about 30 seconds for easy cleaning.
Just because it is made in Japan does not automatically make it a higher quality product than a product made in China or elsewhere. To me this is a marketing trick.
This replaced a Waring Pro. The Waring Pro model is extremely loud, so this makes a nice upgrade because of the noise, and because some parts are interchangeable between the two! The analogous Waring Pro (I suspect this is a copy of that design, or Waring copied someone else's similar design, and then Panasonic copied that as well, etc.) is more powerful but much MORE LOUD. Waring Pro is so LOUD that you need to wear ear protection. This one, however is still quite loud, but less than the Waring model at the trade-off of some power (not a problem for most people I suspect), and the lack of the motor reverse feature.
This Panasonic model is a little harder to clean and get unstuck without the motor reverse, however the decrease in noise and a slightly better aesthetic of the design are worth the upgrade. I would still recommend ear protection if you are going to use this for prolonged periods of time, especially if you already suffer from hearing loss as you are more vulnerable to further hearing damage.
I guess the loudness problem in gear reduction in these types of grinders is hard to solve while making them economically feasible at the same time (or perhaps it is simply ignored by the engineers).
As for the rust problem - we always used to clean the grinder immediately after grinding and never used dishwasher. Maybe it's a little bit old school, but as a nice little habit to wash the grinder it with liquid soap and dry up with rag, then place back on the shelf. Anyway, it stays nice and clean. No problem at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very handy and saves your time. I am enjoying it. I gave 4 stars because the parts should be a rust free.it gets rusted unless you dry them right away after washing.Published 9 months ago by ebsobe
worked like a charm. You cant force the meat to hard or it binds up...but if you go at a steady pace its works great. Did a whole deer into hamburg. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Just Me
It's starting to rust after a few uses. Do not recommend!Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have been using this grinder for 2 years now and I love it !!! It's really string and can grind huge amounts of meat . Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sebastiana Buzila