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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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Product Description

Chef's Choice Model 610 Slicer is a premium gear driven food slicer. It has a reliable, smooth and powerful cool running high torque electric motor. It is a versatile, rugged slicer which features all structural components of cast aluminum and stainless steel. The large capacity food carriage retracts fully to permit slicing of extra large roasts, hams and other foods. The precision thickness control slices from deli-thin to approximately 3/4-inch thick slices. A tilted food carriage and cantilever design for fast and efficient slicing. The 7-inch multi-purpose stainless steel serrated blade, food carriage, food pusher, food deflector and thickness guide all remove for easy cleaning. Extra secure, the food carriage locks into position limiting access to the blade when the unit is not in use. Intermittent on/off switch, convenient cord storage. Fuse at the bottom of the slicer will trigger shut down in case of power surge. Slicer comes with a serving tray.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 16.3 x 12.4 x 11.9 inches
Item Weight 14 pounds
Shipping Weight 11.9 pounds
Department unisex-adult
Manufacturer Edgecraft
ASIN B0002AKCOC
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Item model number 610
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4.4 out of 5 stars 772 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #11,270 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#9 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Electric Slicers
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By B. Feldman on March 20, 2005
I was in the restaurant equipment business for over 35 years and sold hundreds of comercial slicers such as Hobart, Globe etc. This is not a comercial machine but it thinks it is. It does a supurb job of slicing from paper thin to a thick slice of rye. I don't use it as often as I should, but it is relatively easy to clean and a great addition to any kitchen.
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Bought the Chefs Choice 610 food slicer, then saw the Waring FS150 (similar but a Professional model with larger motor) for $30 less an hour later. Bought that one also with intent to look up reviews online and decide at home. After reading reviews (great reviews for Chefs Choice, awful reviews for the Waring) and instruction manuals on both (still can't believe you can't run the Waring for more than 10 minutes at a time and the poor design for cleanup) decided to keep the Chefs Choice. Used it to slice roast beef, swiss cheese and baked turkey breast. Worked extremely well on all and the unit is extremely easy to use. Cleanup took about 5 minutes total. Unit is a little larger than I would have liked, but all the food slicers have similar dimensions. Well worth the extra $30.
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When I was growing up, we had an old hand cranck meat slicer. Every friday night me and my father and uncle 'and puppy who got scraps' would spend the evening hand slicing meats for sandwiches and suppers for the rest of the week.

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.
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I got my Chef Choice Model 610 food slicer a couple weeks before Christmas in anticipation of making my Christmas dinner prep easier. And what a nice addition this food slicer was. It is easy to set up, easy to use, has adequate safety features and cleans up in a jiffy. Because I wanted to use it for large ham slicing.... I did order the Ham Slicing Blade extra from the factory which cost about $30 which I used to slice my Christmas ham instead of the serrated blade that comes with the product.

This is an excellent slicer.
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I have purchased and used both the Waring FS150 and the EdgeCraft/Chef's Choice 610 slicers, which are in the same price and quality range.

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.
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