This is the comparison table for the meat grinders reviewed on this site.
Clicking on the brand/model name will take you to the review for that particular meat grinder. You can sort by clicking on the arrow at the top of each column or use the search box to filter the data.
|Brand/Model||Price||Ratings||Grinder Size||Power||Capacity||How Many Plates Included?||Stainless Steel?|
|LEM #12 .75HP Grinder||$399-$500||4.8||#12||550 watts|
|2 + 1 sausage stuffer||Yes|
|Weston #22 Grinder||$500-$600||4.8||#22||750 watts|
|STX Turboforce 3000W||$100-200||4.5||#12||3000 watts peak|
|Sunmile SM-G73||Under $100||4.2||#8||600 watts, 1000 watts locked|
|Waring Pro MG855||$100-$200||4.2||#8||350 watts, 1000 watts peak||4lbs/minute||3 + 1 sausage stuffer||No|
This column lists the specific make and model meat grinder that have been reviewed on this site. Clicking on the link will take you to the detailed review.
The price changes constantly so I have given you a price range for each grinder.
This is the average user ratings for the grinder.
The grinder size is measured by the diameter of the output head. The most common sizes for electric meat grinders are #5, #8, #12, #22 and #32.
Power is important in a meat grinder. You want to know that your meat grinder is strong enough to handle the job.
This column lists how much meat the grinder can grind per minute and/or hour.
How Many Plates
It’s important to know what accessories are included with the grinder. You want to have a variety of plates so you can
Having a stainless steel grinder is important for some buyers and this column lets you easily see which grinders are stainless steel and which aren’t.