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Weston #10 Manual Tinned Meat Grinder and Sausage Stuffer (36-1001-W), 4.5mm & 10mm plates, + 3 sausage funnels
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- Includes two steel plates 4.5 mm & 10 mm, steel knife, sausage stuffing kit including adapter, spacer & three different sized funnels
- Hopper opening 3" x 4"
- Funnel sizes: 14 mm, 19 mm & 24 mm
- 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. Please refer the 'How to Use' video and the User Manual before Use
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Weston Meat Grinders
Prepare burgers, sausages and more with freshly processed meat from your own kitchen. Stuff a variety of sausages with the included 14 mm, 19 mm and 24 mm sausage making funnels.
- Cast iron
- Durable handle
- Heavy duty nylon auger bearing
- Includes two steel plates for fine (4.5 mm) & coarse (10 mm) grinds & steel grinding knife
- Sausage stuffing kit including adapter, spacer & three different sized funnels also included
- One-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Clamps to counter
Includes sausage stuffing kit containing adapter, spacer and three different sized funnels.
Also included and includes two steel plates for fine (4.5 mm) and coarse (10 mm) grinds and steel grinding knife.
About Weston Brands
The mission of Weston is to fuel a movement of food traditionalists with enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food. Weston develops, markets, and distributes appliances and accessories under the proprietary Weston brand and private label brands. Products are designed for hunters, gardeners and food enthusiasts who have a passion for farm-to-table and field-to-table foods.
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|Hopper Opening Size||2 1/2" x 3 1/2"||3" x 4"||4" x 5"||5" x 6"||Extra wide, offset throat with rifled head design|
|C-clamp and protector pad to safely attach to your counter||✓||✓|
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|May be temporarily mounted with suction cup feet (not included, available as an accessory)||✓||✓|
|Electric motor||750 watt (120 volt, 60 Hz) motor|
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Top customer reviews
I did learn that the die should be screwed down tightly (unlike the instructions say ). This keeps the blade from getting gristle between it and the die. It works great for grinding. I am amazed at the quality and amount of accessories for a sub $30 item. Lot of negative reviews mostly about rust. My only suggestion is to consider the larger model which could be mounted permenantly on a dedicated board.
To be fair, it's cheap and it may actually serve it's intended purpose (grinding meat). I don't know. I refuse to try. But hence the two stars.
2. Nice size for a home kitchen. Not overkill, but not so tiny it will only grind nuts and crackers.
3. Did I mention the nice box it came in.
4. They throw in some niceties like the sausage stuffers
5. Affordable low cost
6. The dies actually seem chunky. Don't know if they're true with the knife. Didn't try.
7. Nice heavy chunk of cast iron so it should have some salvage value.
8. Did I mention this thing is cheaper than a post convention Reno hooke...never mind. It's inexpensive.
1. Careless, shoddy, indifferent manufacturing standards. The casting is rough. The seams are prominent and uneven. There has been no effort to polish the casting. They just tin what comes out of the mold. Much rougher than Lodge cast iron. Nothing but bad here.
2. Poor tolerances. The retaining ring seems to fit okay on this one, but the dye is very tight on the auger. Difficult to assemble. Almost impossible to disassemble. The other end of the auger is too large for the handle. If would not assemble with just a dry fit and pressure. It may fit with a lubricant, maybe. But then would it comes apart? I have nothing bad to say about the retaining screw and the thread in the auger. I didn't try it. It did look a little rough and messy. The.screw on the bottom clamp turned well. The auger rubs on something when it's turned. Lubrication would probably abate this, but again its another sign of sloppy cost effective indifference. Also, as rough is the inside of the housing is, getting it clean could be a nightmare
3. The tin coating is downright scary. It doesn't help that it's doing it's best to cover up rough casting with unground seams, but it's flaking off in my hands. Maybe it's just the loose stuff from the manufacturing. Maybe it will continue to flake, expose the bare iron underneath, and it will start to rust faster than a 1977 VW Rabbit Diesel. ( go ahead, ask me how I know ). Or maybe it gets in the food, and theres lead or Mercury in it because China is not exactly a bastion of manufacturing safeguards, but I digress...
4,. The dyes may be nicely machined and chunky, but the knife looks like it was forged by a chimpanzee on its first day as a blacksmith.
5. The Soviet made grinder I inherited from Grandma is way nicer. It's a #5 so it's a little small for my needs and the knife is dull, but let me repeat, 1970s product manufactured in the USSR, used for 40 years, and abused for much of them inspires more confidence.
Other than that, it seems okay.