Rocket Nut Cracker (8-in. x 2-in.) by Harold Import Company
Working on the same principle as a piston, the Reed's Rocket is the nutcracker for the automobile age. The nut holder is bolted to one end of a short steel beam; this screws forward or back, depending on the size of the nut. At the other end, a wood-handled lever pushes the piston forward into the... See complete description »
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Working on the same principle as a piston, the Reed's Rocket is the nutcracker for the automobile age. The nut holder is bolted to one end of a short steel beam; this screws forward or back, depending on the size of the nut. At the other end, a wood-handled lever pushes the piston forward into the nut, cracking it with smooth efficiency.
You hold the nut in the holder with one hand and operate the lever with the other; once you get the system down, you can open a few pounds of pecans in a matter of minutes. Cracks pecans, english walnuts, almonds, filberts & Brazil nuts
The best feature of the 8X2 Rocket Nutcracker is being able to adjust the nutcracker to the size of the nut. We use the nutcracker to crack pecans. Every year our family sends pecans from their trees in Louisiana. They are not the hybrids with the esay to crack shells. They are the old fashioned pecans. Very hard shells. This Rocket style nutcracker is perfect for the small and non-hybrid shell pecans.
I just love my Rocket Nut Cracker. My trees gave me enough nuts to fill 3 five gallon containers before I stopped picking them and letting neighbors and strangers help themselves and using an old-fashioned nut cracker was time consuming and painful. I can now painlessly and quickly crack 50 or more nuts in one sitting. And, I get many more complete halves than I did the old way. This is one of the best food related purchases I have ever made. Thank you for an efficient and easy to use nut cracker.
I bought this nut cracker to crack hickory nuts. I found that I am unable to crack such hard shelled nuts.
Perhaps I would be able to do so with a much longer handle, but the width of a hickory nut elevated the handle to an angle where I am unable to apply pressure without moving the nut cracker off the table instead of crushing the nut.
I believe it would be great for smaller, softer shelled nuts.
This is the best nutcracker ever. I have 2 pecan trees and usually the nut crackers break the nuts when i use them. This one cracks at the ends and I get whole nut meats out. It's just GREAT.
This is the ONLY nut cracker that I have used to crack pecans that leave the nuts whole and, most times, if used correctly, do not break the nuts into pieces. The
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