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Weston Apple & Fruit Crusher - HM130

Weston Apple & Fruit Crusher Weston Apple & Fruit Crusher
How to Make Cider

How to Make Cider

$199.00
  • Cannot be combined with other items in a package, due either to its size or manufacturer packaging.
  • Does not qualify for flat rate shipping.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Crush Fruit Fast and Easy

A great addition to the Fruit & Wine Press, the Apple & Fruit Crusher simply crushes apples, pears, or other hard fruits, to prepare them for pressing!

  • Easy to turn handle makes crushing large quantities of fruit quick and easy
  • Comes with a wooden mounting base
  • Heavy duty, cast iron construction with a stainless steel chute and hardware
  • Wood drum with stainless steel crushing blades

Measures 16"x12.8"x18". Limited 1 year manufacturer's warranty.

Please Note: The return policy for this product is different from our standard return policy because this product is used to process food. Within 30 days from the date of purchase, if you wish to return it, there is a 15% restocking fee as well as a $35 scrap fee because the product cannot be resold. Refunds are contingent upon inspection of the item once we receive it. Customer is responsible for all shipping costs if seller is not at fault. If an item is received damaged or is incorrectly shipped by us please contact Customer Service immediately (888) 784-1722 x 125.

  • Item Model Number: HM130
  • Shipping Dimensions: 23 x 16 x 15 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 41 pounds

Customer Reviews

Mount it vertically

Easy to use, very little set up. Did a champion job of crushing apples for making cider. I suggest mounting this on a wall or some vertical orientation. There is a gap in the back that you have to pay attention to if it doesn't have gravity working with it to slide the pomice out of the chute.

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