- Extra large dicing head
- Dices onions and firm vegetables quickly and evenly—even potatoes!
- Fast and safe to operate
- Sturdy cast aluminum construction
- Easy clean-up
- Blades are easy to replace
Dice onions and firm vegetables quickly and evenly with the Prince Castle Dice Witch™. Place a vegetable on the Dice Witch™ and with one downward stroke, the pusher head gives you perfectly diced sections. Depending on size of dice desired, just run the onion or vegetable through the Dice Witch™ as many times as needed. The Dice Witch™ is ideal for salsas and garnishes.
This versatile machine can be used for tomatoes, potatoes, apples, or any firm vegetable….or even cut fries!
The solid cast aluminum construction provides for long, reliable service. A sturdy frame sits balanced on four legs with non-skid rubber feet for safe operation. Precise, sharp stainless steel blades ensure clean cut with every stroke.
- Extra-large dicing head.
- Dices onions and firm vegetables quickly and evenly, even potatoes!
- Fast and safe to operate.
- Sturdy cast aluminum construction.
- Easy clean-up.
- Blades are easy to replace.
- One-year warranty (excluding blades).
Product Spec Sheet
|910-A||Dice Witch ™|
|910-50||Replacement Blade Set|
|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Length in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)|
|910-A||10 (25.4)||7.81 (19.87)||17.75 (45.09)||8 (3.6)|
Warranty & Service Info
Maintenance & Care
Ray Kroc, who would later purchase McDonald’s from the McDonald brothers, was an equipment salesman, selling multi-mixers for the foodservice equipment manufacturer, Prince Castle.
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