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Winco FFC-250 French Fry Cutter 1/4"
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The Winco FFC-250 French Fry Cutter 1/4" will make an excellent addition to your commercial kitchen when you want to change the time consuming task of manually cutting French fried potatoes into a machine operated task. This fry cutter easily cuts whole potatoes into perfect 1/4" French fries in just minutes.
Made of from cast aluminum, with a cast iron handle, it is durable enough to last for years. The rust proof cutter blade and pusher block can be easily removed making it easy to clean and maintain. For added convenience, it can be wall-mounted to save space on your countertop, or table-mounted for ease of use. This fry cutter can be used interchangeably with all FFC- series cutter blades and pusher blocks to make different size fry cuts.
Do not substitute blades of a different brand for your fry cutter as compatibility is not guaranteed.
- Makes 1/4" square cut potatpes
- Designed from cast aluminum
- Cast iron handle with a black tip
- 11 lbs 9 oz
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I like it. Are there bigger blades to fit this model
I love oven fries... so chopping potatoes is a common task for me. This item a big upgrade over my previous french fry cutter, which I had given up on long ago.
My previous French fry cutter was a source of endless frustration. The potato would get stuck in the dull blades. I'd bash the tiny handle trying to get it through, only to throw the cutting head out of alignment and jam it further. On top of that, that plastic piston head cracked, and the fries were always too thick. Faster and easier to use a knife.
This Winco French fry cutter has no such issues. The long handle gives you the leverage to run potatoes through with ease, and it produces these perfectly thin delicious fries. I haven't had any jams when using regular potatoes, but I did run into trouble when trying to push a large yam through it. Even so, the unit was not damaged after I forced it through (and I was not gentle with it).
This unit can be used un-mounted (placing a heavy towel under it), but it is a little wobbly. It performs better when bolted to a stable surface.
Overall length, includes handle: 15 1/2"
Overall length, no handle: 12 3/4"
Blade width (fry size): 1/4"
+No jamming when used with potatoes. I've also used it with carrots and zucchini with no issues.
+Consistent, thin fries.
+Sturdy metal construction. No plastic parts that are prone to break.
+Piston and cutting head are properly alligned.
+Can be disassembled for maintenance.
-Cleaning. Residue sometimes sticks in the grooves of the piston head, and a nylon brush is not enough to get them out.
-Can jam when used with tougher produce. If you have to use this for sweet potatoes, I recommend chopping them in smaller pieces first (length-wise).
Fit and Finish: 5/5
+Came mostly assembled out of box, just needed to attach handle.
+No sharp edges, dents, or scratches.
+Replacement blades are available.
+Lower cost than comparable designs (metal construction).
+Cheaper plastic units are available in the $20 range, but as I described above my experience with those has been very poor.