We are a 51-year-old family and veteran owned business, and the largest manufacturer and distributor of the original food cutter Replacement Parts.
1 Suction Cup for 3-Leg Base Rotary Food Cutter 2¼" wide with ¼” round hole - Fits all brands sold by Health Craft since 1970 and M.H. Graham Co prior to; EKCO, Volrath, Saladmaster, Future Craft by West Bend, Health Craft, Regal, New Era, Royal Prestige, Carico, MasterKut and others.
1 ventosa para cortador de alimentos rotativo de base de 3 patas de 21/4" de ancho con orificio redondo de 1/4"
The Small Round Suction Cup fits MOST food cutters sold in North America from the 1940's through the turn of the century; The original 3-leg base food cutter sold by Health Craft under the EKCO, Saladmaster, Future Craft (West Bend) and Health Craft, as well as food cutters we manufactured for Regal, Royal Prestige, New Era, and many other direct sales brands. Only fits the original Saladmaster Machine 5SS made by the M.H. Graham Company Biloxi, MS from 1939 to 1992.
PLEASE MEASURE THE POST BEFORE ORDERING. Black 2 1/4" wide suction cup base with 1/4" hole.
The Original Rotary Food Cutter was made by the M.H. Graham Company of Biloxi, MS, the inventor, and manufacture of the Original Rotary Food Cutter named the Saladmaster. The company also made a 2-piece body round base for Lifetime Cookware and the West Bend Company, and a 1-piece body square base made for Renaware, Health Craft and Vita Craft. M.H. Graham also made food cutters for Aristo Craft, Camelot, Carico, Classica, Colonial, CooksBest, Cook -O-Matic, Cordon Bleu, Crown Regent, DreamWare, Ekco, Flavorite, Flavor Seal, Future Craft, Kitchen Craft, Lustre Craft, Regal Ware, Royal Prestige, Royal Queen, Salad Master, Seal-O-Matic, Society, Temp-Tone, Thermal Sentinel, Townecraft, Vacumatic, Vita Craft, Vollrath, West Bend, Wonder Ware, and others.
The M.H. Graham Company (food cutter tooling and parts) was acquired by the Health Craft Cookware Company in 1992 and they continue to manufacture The Original Rotary Food Cutter to this day.