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EdgeCraft 610 Chef's Choice Premium Electric Food Slicer
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- Cast aluminum and stainless steel slicer with gear-driven, cool-running, high-torque motor
- 7-inch, multi-purpose, stainless steel blade slices from deli-thin to 3/4-inch thick slices
- Tilted, large capacity food carriage and cantilever design provide fast, efficient slicing
- Blade, food carriage, food pusher, food deflector and thickness guide remove for easy cleaning
- Safety fuse at the base of the slicer for power surge protection. Measures 15 by 10-1/2 by 10-4/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Later in life I got really big into grinding, making and smoking my own sausages, meats, and stuff. My father passed down the old family hand crank meat slicer.
Wow, I remember how much work that was o_O
This lead me to purchase a good electric slicer. I used a few that were ok, some I bought and some I borrowed. They were flimsy and what not.
Then I came across this Chef's Choice 610 that my father bought for me as a gift ...
The first thing I noticed was its superiour design and construction. No flimsy sheet metal on this bad boy at all. Everything is nice and solid. A lot of craftsmanship went into the making of this thing. Even the slider table where you slide the meats across is one huge solid thick piece of metal, unlike all the thin single rail systems I used in the past.
Setting it, the slicing size adjuster is behind the back plate, which is a nice solid piece of metal as well. I like the adjustment on the back as to keep it out of the way. This is important when your spending some time slicing up homemade bacon you just cured and smoked.
The pusher is a nice food grade plastic that is very easy to clean.
Speaking of cleaning, I have to say this... This is the only slicer I have ever used in my entire life that is this easy to take about to clean. That is unless you get into the bigger tor-reys or hobarts, but then your talking almost a grand on up price wise.Read more ›
This is an excellent slicer.
On one hand, the Waring FS150 is a fully functional slicer, and there is nothing intrinsically wrong with it. On the other hand, I fully agree with many reviews that it has some design flaws, and the Edgecraft/Chef's Choice 610 is definitely a superior product:
1. On the Edgecraft 610, the crumbs fall directly down onto a clear plastic tray that comes with the product. This is incredibly easy to remove and clean. On the Waring FS150, however, the crumbs fall sideways in 2 directions, and there's no easy way to clean it... you either have to use a sponge or a vacuum cleaner. By far, this is the major design flaw of this product.
2. On the Edgecraft 610, the device for adjusting the width is a fairly easy-to-turn dial, that expands all the way to a full 1". But on the Waring FS150, the device is a tough-to-turn knob that allows the width to expand to only about 0.5"... this is an issue if you are trying to get thick slices of bread or cake.
3. On the Edgecraft 610, the food tray slides back and forth on a clean surface, but on the Waring FS150, they use a wheel + a sleeve that slides along the bar. Functionally, both are satisfactory, but the Edgecraft permits the tray to be detached and cleaned, while the Waring is locked into position because of the sleeve/bar component.
4. Similarly, with respect to the backplate, the Edgecraft 610 has a feature allowing the backplate to be removed, but on the Waring FS150 is it bolted into position and cannot be removed for cleaning.
5. On the Edgecraft 610, practically the entire body is made out of aluminum, and the design is sleek and easy to wipe down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second time I am purchasing this product. I love it! Unfortunately my other slicer finally decided not to work anymore.
so I made sure to get another one.
This is a great choice for an affordable slicer. I did some research and for my limited use this model was recommended. One of the key reasons was ease of clean up. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Marcia Elkins
Worked well on a lean pork roast. Had a harder time cutting a top round beef roast that had a little fat or gristle.Blade speed a little slow. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great little slicer. Use it for slicing meat to make beef jerkyPublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
It works really well. Only drawback is cleanup is a bit awkward with food getting stuck in a couple of crevices.Published 10 days ago by Peggy O'Neill
This Food Slicer is an excellent product. It has performed above my expectations.Published 11 days ago by Lucille Willette