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Testimony -

We received this email from a customer in Anaheim, California... “Dear Super Engineer and Artiste Chris...to speak in the vernacular... "ain't no one gonna tell me this motha f**** ain't BAD TO THE BONE" !! Ok, back to English now. Install is now complete. The tool barely arrived last night (I was tracking it and I think it was temporarily lost by USPS). Please notice as well the other Squatch paraphernalia in the background...don't miss the $100 Tascano Design receptacle just to receive the crushed cans in style! Thanks again... it is a masterpiece. John. “

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Speedy, Systems -

Let me introduce you to “Speedy."

In the world of fast food hand-cut fries, Speedy is an Indy car!!

Our system comes with 2 quick change cutting units and a stand that saves time, money, and a whole lot of back pain. Not only that, our fry slicers are 100% waterproof so that every touch point is...

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Testimony -

Nerd Cop Blog:

- Kevin Warner

Aluminum! The weekend my son was born, I met the guys from Squatch at a Made in America expo... What they did give me was a wake up call to problems I had been contributing to and the ease with which I could make small changes and add to the solution.

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Recipes -

Nothing says Fall in the midwest like the changing colors of the leaves, flannel, and the smell of a campfire or wood-burning stove. Autumn also brings lots of foods and drinks in to season. For some, the food that comes mind may be pumpkin, such as pumpkin pie, pumpkin sweet roll, or the infamous Pumpkin-Spiced Latte... but for me, it's apples....

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Engineering, Man -

    Every element of the Squatch USA Crusher has a reason for being a part of this awesome product...some elements serve multiple purposes.The T handle, in this case, is one of those pieces that does more than just give you something to hang on to...or use in a bar fight. The 3/4” hunk of 304 stainless man-handle is designed as a weight to give forward balance to the operator and to feel good throughout the motion of stroke. It allows for upward or downward shift of the hand without repositioning the metacarpals...but, one of the most important roles it...

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