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Waring FS150 Food Slicer

by Waring

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  • Premium coated steel and die-cast aluminum housing ensure long life and professional performance.
  • Suction cup feet guarantee non-slip operation. Slice control knob precisely controls the thickness of slices with the twist of a large, easy-to-use knob (1/32" to 9/10").
  • 7.5" undulated stainless steel blade is perfectly balanced for precise performance throughout continuous operation. Polycarbonate food-guide.
  • Heavy-duty 130 watt motor. Stainless steel carriage surface. UL/CUL approved. Limited 5 year motor warranty.
  • 17-1/4 x 10-13/16 x 11-1/4 15.15 lbs.
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 11.2 x 11.2 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000ALQ8D
  • Item model number: FS150
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,768 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Designed for the home kitchen, the Waring Pro food slicer saves you time, labor, and money by evenly and efficiently slicing meats, cheeses, vegetables, and breads. It comes in handy for preparing party platters, sandwich buffets, leftovers, and snacks. It is worthwhile to keep in mind, however, that this machine is not deli-caliber. It is intended for 10-minute intervals of slicing and easy mobility around the kitchen.

Outfitted with a 130-watt motor, the slicer features premium coated steel and die-cast aluminum housing. It has an easily adjusted slicing control knob that ranges from 1/32 to 1/2 inch and a balanced 7-1/2-inch undulated stainless-steel blade. Suction-cup feet keep it from skidding or sliding, and a polycarbonate food guide helps you direct slicing safely. The carriage surface is stainless steel. Suggested used include pepperoni, roast beef, apples, potatoes, bread, tomatoes, turkey, and onions. The slicer is UL/CUL approved and comes with a limited 5-year motor warranty from Waring. It measures 17-1/4 by 10-13/16 by 11-1/4 inches and weighs about 15 pounds. --Emily Bedard

Product Description

Waring Pro offers an easy alternative to slicing food by hand. This heavy-duty slicer features premium coated steel, die-cast aluminum housing, and nonslip feet, making it every bit as sturdy and stable as its commercial counterparts. A removable 7.5-inch stainless steel blade cuts through salami, meats, hard cheeses, breads, and firm vegetables with ease, to the thickness you select – the slice control knob adjusts from 0-15mm. Both the stainless steel carriage surface and stainless steel food-holder arm are designed for safety, and the blade and arm detach for easy cleanup.

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Customer Reviews

It is not so easy to clean it.
Hong Song
The food guide "bends" too easily with the slightest amount of pressure resulting a thick to thin slice.
L. Carbone
This is a good quality food slicer for home use.
Stephen Holland

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 80 people found the following review helpful By dave on January 8, 2005
This thing slices well, then comes the impractical task of trying to clean it. The tray does not detatch from the base, which cannot be put in water because it containes the motor. Pieces of food work their way into the motor area. After removing the blade (using tools) you must remove a plastic cover with 3 screws and dig out the pieces of food. I could not believe how bad a design it was from a cleaning standpoint. The tray that slides back and forth with the food has a stainless top that is literally two-faced taped onto the plastic base. This was very poor from a quality standpoint, and came off in my hand the first and only time used. The plastic base for this tray has about fifty little half inch square honey-comb sort of areas that grease from meat or juices from food WILL get down into. This thing is a nightmare to adequately clean and not worth the trouble. It went back to the store immediately, and it was not all the way clean because after about thirty minutes I gave up. I'm looking for another brand now.
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93 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Pieter on September 9, 2004
Bought this last week; returned it today. Took blade off after using it once to clean it, per the instructions (use quarter on slot) and follow markings on the unit itself (open with arrow and close in opposing direction). When I put the blade back on, it failed to align properly and provided an uneven cut (and smelled too strong of burn in also). Called Waring customer service, and they indicated that instruction manual was wrong, and that new instructions weren't always out there yet. Should have removed three Phillip screws to remove blade! Don't use slot. Waring expects home users to remove three screws every time to clean it! And says put nothing, not even the blade, in the dishwasher. How are you supposed to clean it thoroughly? By hand? Waring needs a new design team. This is among the most poorly thought thru in a long time.
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84 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Michele on January 11, 2004
The machine sliced a roast beef pretty well. However, clean-up was impossible. There was no way to remove the meat & juices that fell inside the machine.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jack on February 23, 2006
February 11, 2007

This is an update after over a year of use.

I am raising my rating to at least 4 stars after about 14 months of experience.

I wrote below that the unit was beginning to give trouble and was difficult to clean. See the earlier review, below, following this update.

Eventually, after about six months of use, the burning smell coming from the motor grew worse, so I stopped using the unit.

I contacted Waring service by phone after looking up them up on the Internet and told them of the problem.

They gave me a return authorization code. I still had the original packing (Yeah, I save things like that just in case), so it was no problem to pack up the unit and return it to the Service Center. I marked a spot on the bottom so I could recognize my unit, if returned.

I had not attempted to open or repair the Waring Pro, by the way. You would need a very special screwdiver in any case to remove the lower case screws.

In about two weeks, I received, what appeared to be a brand new unit, which has worked flawlessly since.

I no longer wash the unit but have learned that a good cleaning can be done with a spray bottle and a rag or paper towel (be sure to have the blade gap completely closed!)

Every now and again, I will remove the blade and find that very little cleaning is needed inside the housing behind the blade.

After a good deal of experience, too much is made of ease of cleaning, including what I originally wrote below.

No slicer is easy to clean as compared to a knife. And surprisingly, after a lot of use, very little, if any, material tends to get behind the blade. Most all the mess is confined to the outer wipeable parts.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 28, 2004
I have used an older model of this slicer.
You have to remove the blade using the big slotted center screw on the blade to clean up the inside of the gear/drive case. (Caution the blade is sharp!) On the model I used you also could remove the motor and basically disassemble everything else. Because of the cleaning time this is not something you would want to use to cut up a can of spam or one small roast.
Otherwise they usually work darn good cutting slices of say 5 lb deli meats and such.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Holland on January 14, 2007
This is a good quality food slicer for home use. It is not all stainless steel as a deli slicer would be, but is just right for home use. It is compact and easy to carry. The unit is capable of very thin slices with meat, cheeses, and bread. As with any such slicer it is appropriate for meats and firmer breads and cheeses. I have easily cut Swiss, Cheddar, Mozzarella, and Kaseri cheeses. The carriage and food holder allow cutting the whole piece all the way to the end, with about a 1/8 inch piece remaining. Cutting is not high speed with this unit like a deli slicer can do, but with moderate pressure and speed excellent slicing can be achieved. There is a short learning curve, getting used to the cutting action. (It is not really that hard. My 13 year old son can cut roast beef very proficiently on it.) It is fun to get a roast nicely sliced. The beef sliced this way is very tender and flavorful, a great way to prepare leftover meat for sandwiches.

Cleanup is reasonably easy, but one does have to pay attention to all surfaces. The carriage allows itself to be lifted up and rotated away, but is not removable. Small bits of food can get behind the blade, but the blade is easily removed with a single center retaining screw. After a month of use I found just a few dried up meat crumbs behind the blade which were easily removed.

The reviewer that found the machine wouldn't cut turkey may have been cutting too fast and too thin, with too little pressure on the food. I haven't found anything I couldn't cut very well with this. I haven't tried to cut Brie or Velveeta, but that wouldn't be anything I would want to cut on any machine. The blade rotates continuously. It does not move to and fro as another reviewer described.
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