One customer saw one of our videos and asked me about this. I researched and found two choices for you to buy what you like.
We can help you with that broken shears. We share the photos what to do with the broken ones. Just grind and reuse till no reuse again. Here are:
Done.. all to go and reuse. Enjoy your cracking!!
I received a comment and have to share this one. They were so sweet and fun to share together at McDonald. Let me copy and paste:
I LOVE my new Grandpas Goody Getter!!! It arrived three days ago and has been a BIG hit with my friends.
I took it to my coffee group at our local McDonald's and everyone wanted to try it. Their first question was "what is that?". Then "where did you find it"?
The guys in the group reminisced about using a hammer and a hard surface to pound black walnuts out of their shells. Also sharing how often they smacked a finger or two.
The shears were a big hit too. The guys all said they needed a pair. Also we all agreed if we had more than one sheer we could work even faster.
I ordered more sheers today. I've done 250 blackwalnuts today. This is the slickest nut cracker ever.
They had a good time to share. That was so neat.
Great idea from George. He made a nut tumbler to sort the nutmeats and shells.
He said "Did I ever show you the tumbler I made to rid nutmeats of any little pieces of shells?
I toss in a couple handfuls of nuts, give the crank a few turns, and the fines and shell bits fall into the pan under the tumbler, while the larger sections tumble to the front and into another pan leaving me with the nice large nutmeats that people like.
It works slick, ridding the nutmeats of those pesky little shell piece."
It is so neat creative design.
We at Grandpa's Goodie Getter obviously adore black walnuts! But more importantly, we cherish all the family and friends who we share the love of this amazing natural resource with.
Happy Valentine's Day!
All I Want For Christmas Is A New 3G Nut Cracker!
Santa was busy this year, delivering some 3G Nut Crackers featuring the new 2020 yellow model on the label of the shipping boxes.