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Master Class Stainless Steel Potato Chipper, 26 x 12 cm (10" x 4.5")

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  • Stainless Steel chipper includes two interchangeable blades
  • 36 hole cutter for traditional chips and 60 hole cutter for french fries
  • Lever action rubber suction pad to grip work surfaces
  • Handwash only
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand KitchenCraft
Model NumberKCMCCHIP
Item Weight1 Kg
Product Dimensions25.4 x 10.2 x 12.7 cm
Materialstainless steel
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LCP63S
Best Sellers Rank 63,222 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
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Date First Available10 Nov. 2006
  
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Prepare lovely, straight chips in seconds with the Master Class Stainless Steel Potato Chipper. With its easy lever arm action, it only takes a gentle push to cut a potato into 36 perfectly sized chips (or 64 French fries!). It’s so much easier than using a knife.

Best of all, with its heavy-duty stainless steel design and durable lever mechanism, this is a tool that’s designed to last. You can use this potato chipper to make the perfect chips and French fries over and over again – you’ll wonder how you ever cooked without it!

Interchangeable Blades for Chunky Chips, Crispy Fries, and Much More!

This potato chipper includes two sharp stainless steel blade grids, so you can choose between traditional chips and American-style fries. The chip blade has 36 holes, while the French fry blade has 64.

You're not limited to just making fries or chips, though. Both blades are razor sharp for precision performance, so you can use them to make celery, cucumber or carrot sticks – great for a dipping snack or a salad.

With Rubber Grips for Steady Performance

This potato chipper features a rubber suction pad on its base. This ensures it grips securely to your work surface, preventing any movement – for safer, easier chipping.

Useful Information

— Measures 26 x 12 cm (10" x 5")
— Hand-wash only
— Protected by Master Class's 5 year guarantee

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1 x Master Class Stainless Steel Potato Chipper, 26 x 12 cm (10" x 4½")


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I used this machine often and found two problems with it. The first was that the plastic push plate would not push the potato all the way through the cutter plate and the potato would get stuck. What you have to do is push the previous potato through with another.Of course the final potato is then stuck.
Second problem was one of the blades on the cutter plates became bent, came loose and fell out. At this point the machine could not be used. I received a replacement blade and the exact same thing happened. The machine has a 10 year warranty and customer service from masterclass was excellent. However supply of spare parts was hit and miss and when I requested my third cutter blade I was told it could not be supplied for several months.
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Lubricate the cutting grid beforehand each time.

I have just taken delivery of one of these chipmakers from Amazon and frankly I was a bit dubious beforehand having read all the reviews that said a strong arm was needed. I happen to have very strong arm but I was worried that the device might not take this kind of treatment continuously so I immediately decided to test out my new purchase on a large `rooster' breed of potato.

It went ok initially although it stopped firmly halfway through the first fairly large size spud (max dimensions of potato that will fit the machine naturally was used without cutting ends off or anything else like that to help) and required a second application of my strong arm to complete it. I was satisfied enough at this point to say `good purchase' but then I got a brainwave.

I coated the cutting blades of the dicing grid with cooking oil(used a pastry brush to paint it on) and tried another large spud of maximum size again. This time it went through the same grid much, (very much) easier and made fine chips.

I recommend this experience to other users and perhaps you would come back with the feedback of your experiments. Try coating the grid each time beforehand with the same oil that you cook with. Eureka ?

I only tried one very large potato but that was enough to impress me.

I look forward to hearing from you all out there after you have tried this.

Austin
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Ordered this chipper after purchasing the Tefal Actifry chip fryer (Great chips!). This device is very well made and slices the spuds very nicely indeed, and is the perfect partner to the Actifry. Very pleased with it indeed !
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By DAT MANAGEN TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 Jun. 2014
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Apparently if I gave this product five stars it would mean "I Love It" as opposed to just liking it. But it struck me before I started writing, that if my life ever became so mundane as to "love" ANY kitchen implement, I should probably seek counselling!

That said, it does not detract from the fact that this wee beastie is definitely worth having. I'm sure that just like me, a lot of people out there have kitchen cupboards positively stacked with various gadgets and gizmos that promised at one stage or another, to make your time in the kitchen somehow more enjoyable or easier. Maybe even promised to make you eat healtheir?

But that's where this stainless steel gizmo comes into its own. It seems quite short sighted for it to be marketed specifically as a "Potato Chipper". Yes I do use it for making great and reasonably healthy chips in my Actifry. But then it's also great for making uniform sized (and thus equally cooked) carrot batons to boil or steam, chopping onions, or at the other end of a meal, for use on any number of fresh fruits such as apples, pears, mango and even pineapple. It really does make food preparation quick and easy.

It's also surprisingly well made and very sturdy to use. Initially I was amazed how much downward pressure you can apply, which means one push down and a whole spud is chipped. Granted it won't take really big spuds, but then why would anyone buy baking potatoes to make chips with? I did read one review that said, as with similar products, it didn't cut right through potatoes and that the reviewer had to pull the potatoes through manually to pull the raw chips out.
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I had the cheaper version of this chipper from the same manufacturer and used it so much I treated myself to this one which is even better, more sturdier - vote for home made chips!!
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Positive: neater than it looks, 26cm x 12.5cm high x 9.5cm wide (8"x5"x3.5"): simple, quick, and easy to clean: two screens allow choice of either 9 x 9mm or 12 x 12mm chips. Transforms a spud into a set of beautifully neat chips at the pull of a lever.
Negative: requires a strong arm: cannot produce long, thick chips.
In theory, this machine could handle potatoes up to 9cm (3.5 inches) long. In practice, with this size of potato in place, the operating handle is vertical, so one has to start the process by pushing horizontally. Although rubberised feet and a large suction cup (7cm square) on the base give some grip, the force required sends the chipper across the work top, and requires more muscle than most women have. Tall men will find this chipper works well, but petite women may find it a struggle, unless they're prepared to peel small potatoes.
Finally, if you like all your chips to be the same (well, almost the same) length, slice the ends off each potato before chipping.
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