Alrighty my stuffer arrived this past Friday but have not done much with it beside opened the box till this morning. Where to start...
Size 7L which goes to 15-20lbs from what I have read will let you know tonight after I use it to stuff 15lbs of Summer Sausage.
Price. I hawked auctions that were not buy it now auctions off of eBay and got lucky paid 125 shipped to my house. Normally they are $230 or around for this size.
Stainless steel speaks for itself easier to clean and look pretty.
Came with four tubes 1/2, 3/4, 1 1/8, 1 3/4
2 gears for fast and slow movement of plunger.
Everything seems to be put together pretty well it is a study heavy duty item.
<Very large if you have a small space this will take up a lot of room making it as small as possible it is still 30+ inches tall
<Mine was covered in a film of grease, This was my biggest issue and I am still in contact with the seller about this. It really pissed me off that I got this stuffer granted for cheaper but I spent a good hour and a half use goo gone on it. The side supports and outside of the gear box has a nasty film of grease on it which if I had paid over 200 for the stuffer would have probably made me send it back..
<Also I have a feeling this will be an issue after I use it tonight, on the neck of the meat canister there is a spot which looks like it was not filled in and ground smooth. If this was on the outside of the unit fine it would bother me but not be a lasting issue. But it is on the 90 degree part and I am almost positive there will be an issue with meat getting stuck there.
I will take pictures tonight of the unit and the spot on the elbow tube. All in all I think I will like the stuffer and maybe they all come with some grease on them I just feel for the money we are spending they should be clean. If all else fails I might be getting another canister to replace mine where the weld spot is.