Winco FFC-375 3/8" French Fry Cutter

$32.10

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Winco FFC-375 3/8

Item Details

 

French fries are highly popular in restaurants, pizza shops, cafes, diners and concession stands. Getting repeat customers often depends on the consistency of the french fries you serve every day. With the Winco FFC-375 3/8" French Fry Cutter, you can make the perfect 3/8" french fries every time. Perfect for smaller operations, this standard fry cutter can save lots of time spent manually cutting whole potatoes into french fries. Designed from cast aluminum with a cast iron handle, this durable and easy to use fry cutter is mountable and easy to clean. The removable 3/8" cutter blade and pusher block are dishwasher safe, making cleaning and maintenance a breeze. Keep your customers happy and coming back for more with the perfect French fry from Winco. Comparable to the Thunder Group  3/8,  Update International FFC-38,  Royal ROY FC 3/8, and the Alfa FF1 3/8''.

 

 

Do not substitute blades of a different brand for your fry cutter as compatibility is not guaranteed.

  • Makes 3/8" square cuts
  • Designed from cast aluminum
  • The handle is designed with cast iron and a black tip
  • Dishwasher safe
Specifications
  • Brand:
  • Winco
  • Model #:
  • FFC-375
  • Ship weight:
  • 11 lbs
  • Sold As:
  • 1 ea
  • Item Number:
  • 0033-FFC-375
  • Type:
  • Standard
  • Color:
  • Green and Metal
  • Fry Cutter Slice Sizes:
  • 3/8
  • Width:
  • 8"
  • Height:
  • 12"
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Questions & Answers

How big of a Potato can I put in this cutter? Can it handle an eight inch potato?

By Dvs May 2, 2016

You can try, but that is a very large potato, 4-6” would work well.

by Etty - TigerChef Staff May 3, 2016
1 answers
Last answer: May 3, 2016

How sharp are the blades and how much is shipping

By Ron April 8, 2016

Blades are sharp enough to cut potatoes and shipping would depend on the shipping zip code.

by Etty - TigerChef Staff April 12, 2016
1 answers
Last answer: April 12, 2016