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Chef\'s Choice 615 Electric Food Slicer 1Chef\'s Choice 615 Electric Food Slicer 2Chef\'s Choice 615 Electric Food Slicer 3Chef\'s Choice 615 Electric Food Slicer 4
This versatile and rugged slicer features all structural components of cast aluminum and stainless steel. The 615 food slicer features a multi-purpose 7-inch stainless steel blade that slices a wide variety of foods from deli thin to 3/4-inch thick slices. The electric food slicer is easy to clean as blade, food carriage, food pusher, food deflector, as well as thickness guide can all easily be removed for cleaning. The meat slicer features a special button the secures the food carriage in lock position to limit access to the blade when the unit is not in use. The electric food slicer weighs 11lbs, has 120 watts, was made in Germany, and has a 1 year warranty.

I often make Bresaola, which is Italian air dried beef. In its finished state it is very hard and needs to be sliced paper thin. My first meat slicer (Rival) didn't have the power and was difficult to clean, though not impossible. My second meat slicer (Kalorik) had the power, but was not possible to clean at all, unless one was prepared to disassemble the entire unit, screwdriver, nut drivers, and all. Also it couldn't really slice paper thin. Chef's Choice 615 has the power, is easy to clean, and slices paper thin (with the non-serrated blade). Excellent product. When the unit arrived, it had a minor problem with the carriage. Kitchen Niche took care of it promptly and efficiently. I highly recommend the slicer as well as dealing with Kitchen Niche.

Rated by Klaus Blume

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