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A. Wiersch: Considering the price (I paid less than $8), I think this is a good cutter for small & infrequent jobs, plus it comes with 2 sizes of blade grates.I made a batch of fries today, using a small bag of small potatoes, and it worked well. However, when cleaning, I did have to pick out some potato guts from the main unit that got stuck in a crevice.If you are going to use potatoes that are significantly larger than small ones (medium sized might be "iffy" or you'll have to cut the potato up so it fits and can be cut without excessive effort), or if you need to use this device frequently, then I'd recommend paying more money and getting something better (bigger and more durable).... but for the price I think it is a good unit if you understand its capacity limitations and don't need to use it frequently.Overall 4 stars for the price.Should anything change then I'll update this review.UPDATE 2014-04-21: I've used this several times to make fries and it has performed well. It really does work well as an inexpensive fry cutter as long as you don't try to slice too many fries at one time. Small or medium sized potatoes, or big potatoes pre-cut in chucks will slice relatively easily, just don't try to slice too much at a time. If you make fries all the time then I would recommend something more expensive and heavier duty, but for my needs and for the price I would definitely recommend this.
baitmaster: ok for the money. best thing to do with it when cutting potatoes, is do it in one big push. Large cutter is easier to use than small slotted one.
Blue Subie: We purchased one of these at the local kitchen store.We were very excited to be able to cut restauarant style fries at home.However, this machine was a total letdown.A regular size Idaho potato will not fit. You will need to cut the potato, so you can cut the potato. It makes no sense to me.Anyway, the blades are very dull and would not cut through the spud very easily.I thought the thing was going to break since it is 90% plastic. My wife was unable to operate it.We cleaned it up and she returned it today. Clean up is easy, as the blades and pushing blocks detach very easily.We're looking into a commercial grade machine now.
boca: it's my first one of these, so I wanted to try an inexpensive one. Well, this one is pretty good & I'd buy it agani.
Brad Cobb "Brad": You would not want to use this in a commercial setting but works well at home. I think it is faster than using my mandolin.Service was fast and was delivered within days of ordering.If it had been all metal and built heaver I would give it 5 stars, however I knew what I was buying and for the price it works well.