Our professional grade Stone Crab Cracker is handcrafted by LARS Diversified, Inc. in Davie, Florida from the highest quality aluminum and stainless steel components. The Ultimate Cracker is the perfect tool for both the weekend enthusiast and the professional kitchen. Our cracker is used in professional kitchens throughout the United States, Bahamas and Mexico.
***Please Note***: The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has increased the legal minimum size of Stone Crab Claws from 2-3/4" to 2-7/8"
Stone crab claws are best served freshly cracked!
With our commercial grade Florida stone crab cracking machine, you will easily and professionally crack the shell in seconds. No more hammers and dish rags! Let our solid 1" diameter aluminum handle do all the work. Smooth lever action allows you to crack open the claw and get to the meat with three quick and easy motions. No more crushing the meat.
Other models warn that you might not be able to crack jumbo or colossal sized claws. Seriously? This video shows that our cracker can handle any sized claw you can find!
You'll be the envy of your friends when they see how simple it is to enjoy delicious stone crabs. It makes a great conversation piece! This easy to use machine, not only works great but it looks great, too! Cleanup is quick and easy, as well. Enhance the look of your kitchen and take the pain out of eating stone crabs with this easy to use stone crab claw cracker.
TIP: Only crack as many claws as you plan on eating. The claws do not store well once they are cracked.
WARNING: Use care not to place fingers between the cracking jaw and the handle. Extreme force can be generated and could cause injury.
Please wash with hot soapy water and dry thoroughly before use. Do not wash in an automatic dishwasher as it will damage the finish.
To use, hold the crab by the claw end and orient it so that it is "arched" upwards as shown in the photo.
Beginning with the knuckles, place the crab claw on the cracking jaw. Grasp the handle at the far end and apply slight force. It will only take the "flick of your wrist" to crack the shell. Let the weight of our solid 1" diameter do the work!
Sometimes you may have to tap a location twice to crack the shell completely. After cracking the knuckles, crack the main claw.
How do you crack a crab claw? Watch the video below!
Once you get the feel of the device, you will be able to quickly and easily crack your stone crab claws without damaging the meat. Start by using very little force and only increase the force you apply if necessary to crack the shell. Remember, its just a light flick the wrist.
Wash with hot soapy water and dry thoroughly. Do not wash in an automatic dishwasher as it will damage the finish.