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Continental PS77711 Professional Series Deli Slicer

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  • 7.5" blade
  • Heavy cast iron
  • 150 watt motor
  • PRO SERIES FOOD SLICER HEAVY DUTY DELI/MEAT SLICER PS77711
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Product Description

Continental PS77711- PROFESSIONAL SERIES DELI SLICER, Deli Slicer with Die-Cast Aluminum Body, Adjustable Thickness, Stainless Steel Blade, Non-Slip Feet, 150 Watt motor.

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  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 12 x 10.8 inches ; 10.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 24.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00196VYY0
  • Item model number: PS77711
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (415 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,283 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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680 of 691 people found the following review helpful By Mark A. Lingle on July 29, 2009
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Well most reviews are just about features, not about what the products are intended to be used for once purchased, so I figured I'd take a different approach and maybe it would help someone who may be deciding to buy this slicer. When I was reading the many reviews on the multitude of slicers on Amazon I was confused as to why even slicers over $200.00 had buyers who were not satisfied. I was looking for a slicer to cut pork roll which is a fav at work and I get a roll about 6lbs and 5 inches in diameter and maybe a foot and a half long. You can't cut it by hand without getting fat and skinny edges on the same slice. This slicer however performed very well for the money. Most reviews I read said hard to clean, not enough power, sucks on cheese. Well, maybe cheese is too sticky when you cut it and pulls on the blade causing it to drag and slowing the motor down. maybe you need a commercial slicer for 300.00 or more or go sloooooooooooooooooower. I had not one bit of problem cutting, cleaning, or using this slicer to get the job done. I don't take it apart to clean, I wipe it down with soap and water after each use. Blade is still sharp as the day I bought it.i guess what I'm saying is that expectations seem to be too high for some people who purchase a slicer for under a hundred dollars. This thing is great for meats i will say. The motor seems very safe by slowing down the speed to keep your thumbs attached to your hand. i think it would be just about impossible to cut your self. I wipe the blade when it is running, with a dishcloth, and never even came close to having a scare. I imagine someone will prove me wrong and do it. We will call him lefty. Ha Ha. Well, to finish my review I will just say this is a great slicer for the price and I use it every week.Read more ›
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177 of 182 people found the following review helpful By Rich E. on September 8, 2008
I'm pleased with my slicer. It works for me. I have had a slicer, slowly disintegrating, for the past 30 years, so I knew I would use it and wanted one that would last. The Continental is sturdily built, for the most part, and I expect to be able to repair age or damage myself. The movable fence that alligns the meat with the blade is held in place with a single metric phillips-head machine screw. It had gotten a bit chewed up during manufacture, so I replaced it from my convenient neighborhood hardware store. The blade is not serrated, so I will be able to sharpen it with a stone, when the day comes. Removal of significant parts for cleaning is simple, though I need a screwdriver, and in time, may need a pair of pliers. The parts clean easily enough, but I fear I will lose a couple of plastic washers eventually. Cleaning the bulk of the machine, after the removable parts have been cleaned, is awkward, but managable. The machine doesn't break down for storage, so it takes up a big chunk of my cupboard space, but by the same token it sets up fast when it's time to slice. All in all, I expect to be happy with my decision. Ask me again in fifteen years.
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70 of 70 people found the following review helpful By FlurrysDad on March 9, 2013
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For $55 + shipping from "The Nerds", you simply cannot go wrong with this slicer!

When I removed the blade to do the initial wash-up, I noticed that the blade gear was belt driven, so I removed the bottom plate to see what the drive mechanism looked like. The gear on the motor shaft is a metallic worm gear, probably steel. There is a combination plastic/nylon/delrin (?) gear . . . the upper gear meshes with the worm gear and the lower gear is a reduction gear. A "toothed" belt connects the small reduction gear and the much larger blade drive gear.

The blade retaining screw is a left-hand thread, so it unscrews CLOCKWISE, and tightens anti-clockwise. The prongs of the plug fit the grooves in the retaining screw perfectly and makes removing/installing it a breeze.

The blade is DEFINITELY "heavy" enough to be honed, buffed or professionally re-sharpened if that's ever needed.

Slicing was a breeze . . . and I thin-slice EVERYTHING! It takes a bit of practice to get the right "touch" . . . and patience to NOT feed the meat/cheese faster than the blade can cut it . . . which is still plenty quickly . . .

To try out the slicer, I sliced over a pound of homemade, baked, off-the-bone, smoked ham that I thawed prior to slicling . . . 2 pounds of baked, turkey ham . . . a pound of pepperoni . . . a pound of Swiss cheese . . . and a half-pound of extra sharp NY state cheddar. There was some definite drag with cheddar; but it sliced fine . . . personally, I would not repeat slicing a "sticky" cheese like the cheddar in the future, since the slicer was really designed for meat . . .
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92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Tad Sargent on February 1, 2010
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I purchased this slicer to replace an old Krups slicer I had for years. The Krups threads stripped and was no longer able to hold the blade.

The PS77711 is a real nice slicer for the price. It is easy to clean using a clean damp cloth without taking the unit apart. The blade is easy to remove for sharpening on a stone (handle carefully it's sharp). I did replace the 3 small screws that hold the blade with 3 stainless ones that fit more flush on the surface.

The slicer is able to handle large pieces of meat. In addition, the slicer will slice ham thinly and partially frozen beef roasts for cheese steaks (Yum!). The motor has plenty of power and does not run hot.
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