Weston Brand #5 Deluxe Electric Meat Grinder with Tomato Strainer Attachment

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Weston Brand #5 Deluxe Electric Meat Grinder with Tomato Strainer Attachment... a helping hand in sausage preparation!

Add your seasoned meats together in this Grinder... has a stuffing funnel to form one shapely sausage after another! The 200-watt motor powers 3 stainless steel grinding plates (for fine, medium or coarse grinds) to get the meat moving.

Features forward and reverse operation so you're sure to get the right consistency throughout the entire batch. Comes with a convenient Tomato Strainer Attachment to quickly separate the skin and seeds from the juice and pulp.

Scrumptious sausages await:
  • Stainless steel grinding knife and inner hardware for easy cleaning
  • Large grinder tray so you can make larger batches at one time
  • Large stomper to safely push meat into grinder
  • Motor is 120 volts / 60 Hz
  • 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
  • Measures 10 1/5 x 12 3/5 x 13 1/5" and weighs 11 3/5 lbs.


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    Looked OK but the attachment we purchased didn't fit the grinder. Returned this grinder for a bigger watt grinder
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