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Progressive Deluxe Potato / French Fry Cutter

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
This Prepworks by Progressive Jumbo Stainless Steel Deluxe Potato Cutter cuts large whole potatos in one swift motion. Includes a soft grip handle for comfort. Also great for carrots, zucchini and yams. Features a 1/2-inch and 3/8-inch blade for small and large sticks and an extra strong suction base to eliminate slipping.
SKU 078915028693

Customer Reviews

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jahnika
Four Stars

potato sometimes get stuck, cheepo

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gon
Haven't met a fry I didn't like!

Used this shortly after receiving for a fry fest. Followed instructions as far as removing ends from potatoes; worked great!

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Rich L
Taters anyone ?

Bought my friend one too !

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Ri Ri
Prepworks is the best. Everything they make for a kitchen is amazing

Prepworks is the best. Everything they make for a kitchen is amazing. Great quality, I've had a couple of potato cutter which wasn't great. This one by Prepworks is the best for home use. It has suction cups at the bottom to attached to a counter top so when you slice the potato with acting it moving. it help to have a good grip on the handle of the cutter. I love it. i luv Prepworks. I have alot of their kitchen gadgets. I'm the queen of gadgets!!

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Dave Nyemaster
Backwards blade equal broken slicer

I love this machine. I too broke a blade on a regular potato. But here's why. I inserted the blade backwards! Yes people you can break yours easy too by having the blade inserted wrong. Inspect both sides of your blade. One side is sharp as a razor, and the other side is dull. If the dull side is facing your potato, your going to apply more force than necessary to slice the potato. The blade isn't designed to pass the food in the wrong direction, and will come apart. When it does, it is almost impossible to repair. So pay attention to detail. Got it?