Fruit Press 1.3 L Aluminum / Stainless Steel

Item Number: 29-18211

Regular price$69.99 Sale price$33.82


Tommy Fruit Squeezing Press, 1.3 Liter

The Tommy is a handy household press, designed to prepare jams, fruit juices, wines, and spirit drinks. Made in Italy, with high-quality stainless steel and aluminum. It is finished with an Epoxy-polyester powder coating.

Perfect for pressing soft-skinned fruits for small 1 gallon batches of homemade wine. This press will not work with nuts, whole lemons, or other similarly hard foods.

Basket details:

- Capacity 1 Liter
- Diameter 12 cm
- Height 12 cm
- Length: 24 cm
- Width: 24 cm
- Height: 35 cm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Jeffery East
1.3L fruit press

Works as it should, just be gentle and follow directions. On the other hand, the chrome on the handles is very brittle and flakes everywhere (including into whatever you are pressing). I wrapped handle shafts in electrical tape for now. I also put some food safe silicone grease on the threaded shaft for extra protection against rust.

Don Greever

It is a good looking small unit. Problem is it is weak. Very weak. The arms bent the first time I used it. The fruit I was using was KIWI. It is still usable but not worth it.

Susan Graham
Tommy fruit squeezing press

Great - I use it mainly for cooked cabbage getting out all of the liquid for making cabbage patties. I would like it if the top pressure plate came off for easy cleaning but I just turn it up side down and clean.

Kala Nelson
Great value

This is a great little press at a great little price. It shipped quickly.

Small but works

If you intend to press a lot of produce, be prepared to take a long time, it holds over 1 liter but if you fill it you can't press it hard enough, I did 47 Lbs of apples, cutting them up first, then blender, then pressed them. filling the press no more than 2/3rds full extracted more juice! I will be using this for Cheese most likely! Do not expect it to mass produce! I did do all 47 lbs and made 4.1 gallons of juice for hard cider!

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