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Weston #8 REALTREE Electric Meat Grinder

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Start grinding your favorite meats and creating delicious sausages with the Weston #8 REALTREE ® Electric Meat Grinder. This powerful 575 watt motor boasts 3/4 horsepower that is ready to grind meat to your liking. Its stainless steel grinding plates and stainless steel knife provide a durable and easy to clean grinder. The large tray and stomper allows for safely pushing into the grinder.
FEATURES:

  • Safe & easy to use
  • Forward & reverse operation
  • Convenient storage compartment for the power cord
  • Stainless steel grinding plates for fine, medium or coarse grinds
  • Stainless steel grinding knife
  • Sausage stuffing funnel & stuffing spacer
  • Large grinder tray
  • Stomper for safely pushing meat into the grinder
  • Stomper doubles as a storage compartment for accessories


SPECS:

  • Motor: 575 W (3/4 HP)
  • Dimensions: 15.75" x 21" x 13"
  • Weight: 10.6 lbs
  • Color: White with REALTREE ® AP camouflage
  • Weston
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11889838

Customer Reviews:

Weston #8 REALTREE Electric Meat Grinder 4.1 5 38 38
Weston #8 REALTREE Electric Meat Grinder This grinder is a charm. I wasn't expecting it to do as well as it did. We ground over 100 pounds of Wild Hog meat with no problems at all. DEF. worth the price we paid. December 17, 2014
Great value I did quite a bit of research before buying this grinder. I did not want to spend four or five hundred dollars on a grinder that I would only use 4 or 5 times a year. It is true, that this grinder does have plastic gears, but as long as you follow some simple guidelines this grinder should last you for years. This grinder handled everything I gave it. It never bogged down. Be sure to have the meat VERY cold or even partially (not fully) frozen. I'm vet happy with the grinder. December 15, 2014
great deal This grinder does what I need it to do for a very reasonable price. I have ground up and stuffed a lot of deer meat with this grinder. Bought 2 for my sons December 11, 2014
Great Product! We were worried about the size of the grinder, even after opening it. But it works great!! We love it! December 11, 2014
Does the job Just got this model and ground 3 pounds of deer shoulder/hind quarter with some bacon, jalapenos and cheddar. It did a decent job. Just like some have said here and the directions state, you should cut your meat in 1-1.5 inch cubes and try to remove as much silver skin as possible. I ran long strips through first and it clogged up with the long strips of silver skin (you will notice the grind only coming from the outer holes on the plate and the motor will get a little louder) Even then it was simple to unscrew, clean the plate and keep going. I didn't think the unit was so loud that I would knock it on the review though. I'd compare it to a regular stand up vacuum cleaner. Parts are easy to assemble/disassemble and clean. I'm not that worried about the plastic gears as they interlock decently and unless you jam the blade completely with something hard I don't foresee them stripping or wearing down. The plastic stamper is adequate (not flimsy like some reviews i've seen) As for the motor the manual advised not to run it over 15 minutes at a time with a 1hour cool down if it does shut off from overheating. I figure if I have done the prep work I can grind a whole deer within that 15 minutes. So, don't go into grinding with this machine expecting it to take whatever you throw at it without clogging, or running it all afternoon for your buddies deer as well. If you go into it with the expectations that if you prep the way it's advised this unit does what it says. I got this at a local store when it was on sale for 69.99 with an additional 20 dollar mail-in. The $119 listing is about the max that I would feel this is worth but if you can find it in the range I did you can't go wrong. I can't compare it to any models in the "commercial" $250 + range but I have used my brother in laws 2 HP, beefy motor, all steel grinder and that one even clogged up without proper trimming of meat. December 6, 2014
Nice!!!! It works very well. Love it! And pretty fast too! Easy to use. December 4, 2014
Grinder Do not like the plastic gears!! seems like there going to break December 4, 2014
Worked Very well I killed a young elk and got steaks, roasts, and ground up about 30 lbs of elk and a large pork shoulder with this grinder and it worked very well. I think if I get a large elk or 2 to make sausage from I will still rent a commercial grinder but to have around the house and for deer this is perfect, make sure to keep the cutting blade sharp to avoid stress on the motor! If you over work it, you will burn it up, but if you understand your tools I believe it will last quite a while. November 30, 2014
Great Grinder This grinder has exceeded my expectations. It will grind deer meat with minimal effort. Have already ground two deer in two weeks since purchasing and it has no had a problem. Just cut into one to two inch pieces and don't fill the chamber full and it has no problem even with the #32 cutting face. The only top I have is a little olive oil or Pam helps a lot as well as slightly freezing the chunks of meat. November 18, 2014
Gears Stripped I've processed roughly two deer with this product and mostly in smaller batches. The gears inside the unit stripped out and it is now unusable. I use it only for myself and family and don't push it hard as I know it is not a professional model. Still, I expected better than this. Disappointing. November 18, 2014
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