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Chef'sChoice 6150000 Food Slicer
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- Rugged slicer
- Multipurpose stainless steel blade, diameter approximately 7 inches
- 120 watts
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Chef'sChoice Electric Food Slicer
The Chef'sChoice Electric Food Slicer is a high performance slicer at an affordable price:
- All Structural components made of cast aluminum and stainless steel, including a metal food pusher
- Extraordinary powerful high torque motor with gear drive
- Tilted food carriage for fast and efficient slicing.
- Multipurpose stainless steel blade, diameter approx 7" (17cm.)
- Precision slice thickness control slices from deli-thin to approx 3/4" thick
- Serving tray included; weight 11 lbs, 120 watts
Handsomely styled and engineered for power, efficiency and smooth operation, the perfect solution for home and professional chefs seeking innovative options for preparing meals, entertaining cost effectively, controlling portions and enjoying freshly sliced foods.
Rugged, yet sophisticated and highly styled, the key components are constructed of cast aluminum and stainless steel. It boasts an impressive 120 watts power rating and is engineered with a cool running, high torque motor and reliable smooth gear drive for continuous slicing operation.
Its sleek construction includes a tilted food carriage for fast and efficient slicing. The food carriage is large and fully retracts to permit slicing of extra large roasts, hams and other foods. The food pusher is constructed of metal and east grip, non-slip design.
This comes equipped with a 7-inch (17cm) stainless steel blade ideal for slicing a wide variety of foods. The precision thickness controls slices from deli-thin to approximately one-inch thick. The unit features an intermittent and continuous on/off switch as well as a special button that secures food carriage in a 'lock' position to limit access to blade when unit is not in use.
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The thickness guide plate is the part of the machine that adjusts back and forth to control how thick the item being sliced will be. The black knob in the back of the machine does this. My machine would not cut anything thinner then about 1/8 inch thick.
The small white plastic part described below must have been installed at the factory 180 degrees incorrectly. The modification only takes about 15 minutes after getting a 2 inch # 1 stubby screw driver to loosen or remove two screws. For safety reasons it may be a good idea to remove the blade before beginning.
1st picture--the blade not flush with guide plate adjusted as far forward as possible
2nd picture--the attachment of the bar connected to the underside of the machine to expose 2 screws and plastic oval part that must be turned 180 degrees to complete the modification.
3rd picture--the thickness adjustment bar removed from the undeside with one of two attachment screws and white oval plastic part that must be turned 180 degrees and then reinstalled in the large oval of the adjustment bar. That can be done with the point of a knife or similar object while bar is still installed but screws loose enough as in 2nd picture.
4th picture--the blade now flush with the thickness guide plate so that the thinnest of cuts can now be made.
09-02-17 Update: Still really like this machine. Ck into buying a refurbished version of this slicer at a big saving. The one I bought looked new and has performed as good as new.
A fault many customers complain about, that when slicing really thin food, the slicing plate tends to creep to a thicker cut position so you have to constantly watch for that and not push hard on the back of the sliding slicer plate.
Aside from cutting meats and cheese, don't forget to cut vegetables and your home made bread with this slicer for uniform slices.
What I did find was the Chef's Choice offered almost 'frictionless' operation of the slider that carries the meat across the blade. No other brand was as easy to move. The Chef's Choice also has a 'slider lock' that locked the slider over the blade, a definate safety and storage feature. Few of the others offered this. The Chef's Choice also appeared to be just better built with more metal and less plastic in the 'structural' parts of the unit. The Chef's Choice Model 615 (unavailable locally) also features a little heavier motor than the Model 610, and most other brands in the same price range.
I finally settled on the Chef's Choice Model 615, mainly based on the larger motor and the quality of the Chef's Choice brand overall.
I tried it out the day after Christmas (it was a present), first on a boneless pre-cooked ham, then on left over Prime Rib Roast (bones removed). I sliced the ham at the 1mm setting (deli sliced) and got a whole plate of uniformly sliced ham, with very little effort and little motor slow-down. The machine also only left about 1/4" of the butt end of the ham unsliced. Then I sliced the Prime Rib Roast at about 1/4" slices. Again, the effort was minimal and the resulting slices were very uniform.
Clean up was very easy, all the parts that needed to be removed from the machine for cleaning came apart easily, and went back together just as easy.
NOTES: Keep your hands away from the blade when operating (the design makes this easy), and be very careful when removing and cleaning the blade. I can assure you that it will slice fingers just as easily as it slices ham.
Let the blade do the cutting - don't force the meat through the blade faster than it will cut. This machine will cut very fast, but will not compare to a $1500, 12" Hobart Deli Slicer. I do think that you get a very good value for the money, and much better than most.
I gave the Chef's Choice Model 615 'Five Stars' for Quality, Value, and Ease of Use.
I found freezing the bacon remedies the first problem and trimming the second. It does cut the frozen bacon with ease still and it's not a problem to slice a few pounds in 15min.
Overall the machine is easy to clean and lube. It is well built. It is made in China. The thickness adjustment is great and can be set to naught to 3/4".
I wish there was an aftermarket sled available or the designers had given the same thought, attention and capability into the sled that they did for the rest of the machine.