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FRENCH FRY CUTTER
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64 of 65 found the following review helpful:
Too Small!Oct 23, 2003
This works very well under extremely limited conditions. I found that in an entire 10 pound sack of standard Russett potatoes, not one would fit the machine without prior cutting to fit the machine.
It is not only the potato length (3.5 inch max), but the height (2.25 inch max).
Therefore the use of this is a marginal improvement in time to just getting out the chef's knife.
Also, there can be considerable waste in cutting a potato to make 3.5 inch length fries if you are not willing to make 1.5 inch micro-fries with the leftovers.
46 of 46 found the following review helpful:
Dandy fry cutterMar 28, 2002
By Jeff Hilts
This cutter is very easy to use. The suction cup on the bottom holds the cutter in place while you work the lever to cut the potato. The ONLY drawback I have with this cutter is that the MAXIMUM length of a potato you can cut is only 3 1/2 inches, so if you want longer fries you'll have to look at other cutters.
35 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Smaller then it looksFeb 07, 2003
When I bought this I forgot to pay attention to the overall size of the cutter. This machine works well, but only on small potato's. Or, you have to cut the potato down to fit.
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Works very well but too small.Aug 29, 2004
This would be a five star review if the product was a little larger. Only fairly small potatoes (or precut) will fit in the unit and the cut fries are not as long as I'd like - especially when utilizing the shoestring grid. Make the interior a bit longer, wider and deeper and this is a five star. Function is fantastic.
13 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Fantastic French Fry CutterAug 14, 2003
By Heardy VanOver
This kitchen gadget is as strong as if it were made of steel. It is made of molded plastic that is extremely sturdy--no bending or giving. When your potatoes are all cut to the same configuration and size they cook evenly and taste so much better. I don't find the the short length mentioned by other reviewers a disadvantage. I buy huge baking potatoes. After I peel them, I cut them in half lengthwise, and then cut each of these pieces in half again. I lay them in the peeler with a flat side down and the other flat side against the pusher. The small rounded end is placed against the blade. In this manner very little pressure will push the potato through the blade. I have wanted one of these for a long time, but the commercial model was to bulky and had to mounted on the wall. The other home models that I saw were two flimsy for my liking. This one is not only beautiful, but it works in an easy efficient manner. I would recommend it to others as a kitchen gadget of the highest order.
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