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Sur La Table® French Fry Cutter

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...Read More

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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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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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8 months ago
Good but I have learned the hard way
The operation is a cinch once you learn a simple lesson. You have to hold down the top of the insert that holds the blades at the same time that you press the arm down. If you don't the potato (sweet or white) can shift and bend the blade rather than passing easily through the blades. I bent one of the cross-blades and haven't been able to straighten. I have found I can continue to use it though I would love to get a new blade insert to clear the slate. I don't know if it is possible to get this replacement part.
Two product suggestions:
1. Add a message on the box or embossed in the top of the blade insert that says "Press the blade insert as you press the level down."
2. Include a second blade insert, perhaps with a different cutting size to provide a backup and size choice as requested by another customer's comment.
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April 25, 2015
Broke the first time I used it
I wish I read the sweet potato fry recipe on this website before using the French Fry Express. They should include the recipe in the box (boil the sweet potatoes, then cool and peel them before cutting). The box and paper inside simply states, "Use with a wide variety of vegetables." When I asked the store clerk if it can cut sweet potatoes, he said "yes," but I'm sure his only knowledge of the cutter was what was printed on the box. I bought it today, cut a sweet potato so it fit in the tool, and tried to cut it. One of the blades pulled out right away. I plan to return it tomorrow.
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July 3, 2015
 

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Grandsons love french fry and PawPaw can make them a lot easier with this
maureen s on Mar 28, 2015
Bought a fryer. This looks like it will make even fries.
Michelle O on Dec 18, 2014
It said it could cut sweet potatos
A M on Feb 20, 2015
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Sybil W on Dec 13, 2014
where can I get a replacement blade?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2014
Best Answer: Foxrun/Outset should sell spare parts.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 17, 2014
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