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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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|Item Dimensions||12 x 16.75 x 10.75 in||10.5 x 15.5 x 11 in||11 x 15 x 11 in||9 x 11 x 15 in||19.4 x 12.1 x 14.4 in||13 x 14 x 19 in|
|Item Weight||10.5 lbs||10.3 lbs||10 lbs||11 lbs||15.05 lbs||13 lbs|
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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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 . . .
Slices are VERY even and VERY consistent, once you get your personal feel for the pressure to apply to the meat against the back plate, which really doesn't take more than a few slices!!!
Clean up was quite easy . . . removing the greasy meat residue was EASY . . . I just used paper towels and a Q-tip or two, well-moistened with distilled white vinegar!
The ONLY "flaw", and it's a VERY minor one, is that fluids can easily run down the platform at the back of the slicer where the meat "falls" . . . and get between the slicer body and the bottom cover . . . very easy to remedy by placing a piece of aluminum foil over the platform and the "lip" and adding an absorbent paper towel to absorb and "juices" . . .
Based on other manuals, etc. that I read on-line while researching the slicer to buy, I'd be willing to bet that the vast majority of the comparable home use slicers utilize the same drive mechanism design . . .
I don't have a negative word for this slicer! It's NOT a "commercial deli slicer", nor should you expect it to be one!!!
I bought it primarily to slice homemade corned beef and homemade pastrami, which I have "brining" at the moment; but based on the "test slicing" that I did, I have NO doubt that this slicer will do all that I expect with those two meats . . . and more!!!