Prago French Fry Cutter

Walmart # 564022550
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Prago French Fry Cutter

Walmart # 564022550
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  • Heavy-duty cast iron with stainless-steel components
  • Stainless-steel blades
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
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  • Heavy-duty cast iron with stainless-steel components
  • Stainless-steel blades
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
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    About This Item

  • Heavy-duty cast iron with stainless-steel components
  • Stainless-steel blades
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
  • Brand
    Stainless Steel
    Manufacturer Part Number
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    20.80 x 10.30 x 9.40 Inches
    Customer Reviews
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    Best potato slicer for the money.

    Just got this bad boy in the mail today and could not resist putting it through its paces. The online description is very vague and leaves out some important details. Yes the slicer comes with a blade and the measurement is 3/8" which is the typical size used in most restaurantes/gyros shops. Upon opening the product there was a strong new car smell to it from the packaging, I recommend cleaning before assembling and using. first thing I noticed is this cutter is very solid and well built. it does not come with wall or counter mounting hardware/bolts it does however come with big suction cups that bolt on the feet. this is the way I did my trial run and it worked for the most part, however there is a substantial amount of force being applied when using the arm and it tends to slide from time to time. I was most delighted that within seconds I had two large plates worth of fries.this could easily be used for sweet potatoes and probably even apples or zucchini. I highly recommend this product to anyone whos been thinking about it.

    I love my Prago French Fry Cutter!

    I have had several smaller plastic French fry cutters and they don't even compare to the Prago! When my last plastic cutter bit the dust, I decided to invest in a Prago. I am so glad I did. I can cut a basket of fries in no time. I found that I have to position the cutter at a right angle to my body to get enough power to cut the fries. I pull the handle with my right hand and push with my left hand on the front of the cutter. I use my fresh home grown russet potatoes and they are very firm. This seems to work for me. The rubber suction cups really hold it on my counter top. It doesn't move even when I am cutting one of those big potatoes! The Prago cutter is very well built and I expect it will cut fries for me for a long time. I don't have to buy any more cheap plastic cutters! If you are thinking of buying a new French fry cutter but are hesitating because of the price, well don't hesitate. I wish I had done this years ago. You will love your Prago too!

    Great Cutter

    My wife bought a cheaper one at WalMart and it is JUNK . Had to hit the lever to force a potato through and then it shot across the counter . Also had to cut the potatos into short lengths with it . With this and the suction feet I just push and through it goes with no problem . Don't have to cut potatos in half either . I also use it to dice by catching the potato when it comes out . Then put it back in with the slices verticle in the feed trough, press back through the cutter and diced potato . Also have used it on carrots, onions, and other veggies I want sliced small or diced . The blade that comes with it is the size most people will use but you can buy replacement blades and different sizes too . I would be very careful about Sweet Potatos since they get so hard as they age and no frozen food through it . Might bend a blade . I am very pleased and the price was right, plus free shipping .

    Prago French Fry Slicer is the perfect cut

    Awesome product. Cuts Potatos like butter. The only drawback is trying to find a location to mount it where there is plenty of space. This is a great product. I'd buy it again in a minute.
    I purchased this online as the store did not carry this or a similar product of value and not made with plastic, this is cast iron and very sturdy, it is better used by cutting big potatoes in half then make fries with this unit, and you do need to put a little force into it with a semi quick motion, however my sister can use it and she is not very strong, the legs have a suction cup with which can be removed and a hole to table mount it with bolts which i may do, otherwise compared to the plastic alternatives, i love this one as it does work well for me...

    great buy

    This french fry cutter is very sturdy and does the job exactly as described. I used it on my counter with the suction cups and it did not move. I had about five pounds of potatoes that I just washed and cut out the bad spots. Cutting the fries in this cutter took only as long as it took to put the potato in and pull the lever. I will do a lot of fries at one time, fry the potatoes until limp, freeze on a cookie sheet and then put them in freezer bags to finish cooking at a later time. I have not tried sweet potatoes in this, but will try the smaller ones first.


    This fry cutter is the best I've ever seen it takes little to no effort to use I highly reccomend it.

    Not for sweet potatoes

    This is great if you like shoe string russet potato fries. Wish it came with a larger cut blade. I originally ordered this to make baked sweet potato fries. Blade isn't sharp enough to cut through dense sweet potatoes. =[

    like it

    like it but you will need a place to put a fix the base so you can cut the potatoes without the machine moving

    Good For Arnold

    I see some reviewers say "It cuts the potato like butter" but either they're bodybuilders or I'm real weak because I put over 20 pound pressure on the lever and the potato only went in 1/8"! This thing is big, heavy and takes up 2 feet of space. It's made in strong quality but the borders-metal on the blade holes are not sharp to cut through the potato so you have to put 40-50 pounds pressure on the lever to get 50 thick blades into a potato which is pain. Als o the suction cups are worthless as usual and you need to drill this vertically on the side of a strong cabinet low enough that you can apply your weight over the lever handle. They need to install sharper, knifelike blade on this, right now the blades look thick like back of the knife!
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