If you like to experiment with food, and sausages and burgers are your staple food,  you should get yourself a meat grinder.  But with the multitude of meat grinders available in the market, it becomes difficult to decide which one you should  buy.

If you want it cheap but heavy duty, try out the Waring MG105 Professional Meat Grinder.

Features:

Make your own delicious sausages and ground meat in the comfort of your own home with this Warning Pro Professional Meat Grinder with the ingredients you picked for yourself.

Give yourself a healthy and delicious meal each and every time you use this meat grinder. Here are some of the great features of this one of a kind meat grinder.

  • It has a brushed steel housing and die-cast hopper which makes it easier to clean.
  • Comes with an easy to operate switch and a reverse function which would allow you to turn the item on and off and get your meat back in case there’s an error while grinding the meat.
  • It also has a heavy duty 500 peak watts’ motor so you can use it anywhere.
  • You can also use three different kinds of cutting plates for grinding the meat –  fine, coarse and medium.
  • Every unit comes with a product manual and two sausage attachments.

User Reviews

Like many products,  Waring MG105 Professional Meat Grinder has  several pros and cons reported by the users. Though many did say it is a ‘decent’ machine, they did point out several  flaws in this product that you have to consider before buying.

One user commented that while it was able to grind at least 20 pounds of pork meat, the machine started making  internal noises before it failed completely.

Upon inspection, the user said that the cheap plastic gear that was used to hold the entire system got stripped off its teeth. The user then said that it was very difficult to find a replacement for the broken gear and the manufacturers were unable to help out.

Another user reported that the cast parts easily lose their luster coating, rendering it unusable. Two others reported that the grinder tends to clog very often to the point that you cannot use the machine  anymore even if you use the fine grind attachment.

One user even reported that the unit actually got overheated. Others reported that it only lasted for a few months before it eventually broke down without any chance of repair.

Another user said  that when they tried it, and accidentally dropped some parts of it, the entire system collapsed.  Yet another user said that this is not a good machine  to make sausages  because it cannot easily stuff sausages easily.

All of them stressed that this is not the meat grinder you may want for your family, considering how poorly it has worked for them.

On the other hand, others said that this unit is actually a bargain in comparison to all other meat grinders available in the market. One user said that the 500W motor allows it to grind beef without any problem and within a short time.

They even reported that it can grind the toughest meat like beef, lamb, turkey and even venison thanks to its powerful motor. Some say that they don’t even chop the meat when putting it in the machine because the machine does the work for them, even if the meat is frozen.

They also report that while it is slow in some instances for hard meat, it doesn’t clog and the meat doesn’t need to be grounded again.

For those who complain about rusting, the users say that people only have to make sure that everything is regularly cleaned and coated and it would be fine. It is also very easy to clean and easy to assemble or dissemble.

They also like the low price of this machine and the additional parts of this item such as the cast aluminum throat and pan, plus the cutter blades that come with this item.

Lowdown

If you want to buy a very good meat grinder, you need not spend tons of money to get one because there are affordable ones in the market today that can compete with those which are used for professional purposes.

The Waring MG105 Professional Meat Grinder is a good way to experiment, especially if you are just beginning to try out the efficiency of meat grinding.