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Kalorik 200-Watt Electric Meat Slicer with 7.5" Blade, Silver
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- Electric food slicer for perfectly sliced meats, cheeses, breads, and more
- 7-1/2-inch serrated stainless-steel blade; blade-locking safety device
- Thickness-control dial from 1/32 inches thin to 1/2 inches thick; suitable for frozen foods
- Aluminum-alloy housing; thumb guard; tray carriage and holder; nonslip rubber feet
- Measures 15 by 8 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Stop paying extra for pre-sliced food. Slice your own meat, cheese, bread, vegetables and fruit quickly and easily with this quality slicer. Features precision depth control and a strong, high quality 200 watt gear motor. Variable thickness control dial from 0 “safe mode” when unit is put away, deli-thin 1/32-inch to 1/2-inch thick. Large multipurpose 7-1/2-inch serrated stainless steel blade handles a wide range of food sizes and shapes.
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If you set it large, about 1/2" cuts, it was fine, although about every third cut would grab the meat and toss it. Occasionally, it grabs the end and whips it around continuously. I had to turn it off, clear the jammed meat where the bottom edge leaves a flap, and restart about 50 times to cut 15 pounds of meat. It was not faster than doing it by knife, and the cuts were twice the thickness needed for good jerky. It did seem to bet the cut of meat had a lot to do with the problem. I suppose a ham or a tall, round roast that holds more surface area on the blade might not get picked up and tossed off the machine. Same would apply for cheese. I'll have to try partially frozen meat, as there are comments about that improving the function as well. It just was really sticky meat and fought me all the way. I'll have to try it before I return this. Or ask the butcher at the market to slice a London Broil thin, and if says it won't work, then I'll know its the meat, not the machine.
All in all, it's cheap. No damage done.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS ONE! Motor sounds as if I have a small plane taking off in my kitchen, but that could be tolerated if it actually cut even slices - it does not. So flimsily made and feels cheap. The major problem is if you apply any pressure against the "cutting wall" it bows out at the top due to the cheap construction and design, so the meat turns out thin on the bottom and thick on the top. Tried to return it after the first use ( or actually within moments of trying this thing, went straight to my computer to try to get a refund), but since i had owned it for over a month before it's use, the company refused to do anything about it. It will be sold on ebay...Don't waste your money, as I unfortunately did...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used One and never never never again, saddly I was not able to return because I used way after a month, but trust me..... is not worth it