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Sur La Table® French Fry Cutter

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Our French-fry cutter turns whole potatoes into perfectly cut fries in a matter of seconds. Simply fill with a potato, sweet potato, or other starchy vegetable and press down on the handle to force food through the stainless-steel blades for textbook restaurant-quality fries. Suction base keeps cutter from sliding during use.

  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table
  • Material: Stainless steel, plastic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 9½" x 3½" x 4½"
  • Made in China
 
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Recommend with serious caveats
The good:
Great price, powerful suction stays in place on any counter top, the blades are sharp and the pushing motion is easy.

The Bad:
Doesn't have an interchangeable blade so it only cuts thick fries - I do not understand this. It seems such an inexpensive and logical inclusion.
The opening for the potatoes is laughably small. Every potato had to be cut to fit the opening. No french fry will be longer than 2.5-3inches.

Conclusion: If you like short and thick fries, and don't mind first cutting the potatoes to fit the opening in the cutter, this is a great value at $25 versus $70+ for higher end and easier to use models
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May 12, 2014
French Fry Cutter
This has to be by far the worse product I have ever bought in recent years. The blades broke, twisted the first time I used it to produce sweet potato fries. I bought it because the description SPECIFICALLY stated it cut sweet potato fries.
the unit was thrown out after its first use!!!
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December 15, 2014
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