Presto ChipShot

I still see Presto ChipShots for sale online, but all of them seem to be used to older, so I am not sure if Presto is making these anymore. These shooters did make some pretty thin slices that you could drop into your FryDaddy for a chip treat.

I tried the microwave version of them a few times and they are not very good — so give that a pass or better yet, go buy a bag of Kettle Brand Chips and eat them while watching this commercial.


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2 thoughts on “Presto ChipShot

  1. Shelly says:

    I bought one at a thrift store about 6 months ago.
    I took it home and forgot about it.
    My son had a sleepover tonight so I brought it out to make them some chips.
    All the pieces were there and in good condition…everything except the power cord that is. What a bummer.
    Good thing it only cost me $3.00 .

  2. Barbara says:

    I think this is the same exact model as an earlier model Salad Shooter Pro Plus. I just bought the Pro Plus in a thrift store for $4.00, and it came only with a shredder cone. It looks exactly like the ChipShot, but it’s marked SS Pro Plus. If you want to use it as a salad shooter, I bet you could – just get a new cord (see and some shredding cones and you’re probably good to go!

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