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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by graco, Jan 30, 2015.
Preferably below $150, thanks.
There are lots of choices on Amazon. Chef's Choice seems like the name that popped up most often when I was searching.
Heres a nice slicer, if your middle name is Manual. And I thought was at a good price.
I tried manually with home made bacon and it was bad...
I was a professional meat cutter for over 30 years and used $5,000 professional slicers all the time. So, I bought this one:
It slices meats and cheeses just fine. Made a cheese platter with smoked cheddar:
We will cook a rump roast and have half of it, then the next day slice up the rest for sandwiches, thin. I works fine!
I bought this one a few months ago & it's been awesome for what I use it for !
Looks cool too.
Be very sure you research heavily. This is an item that you definitely get what you pay for. The cheap ones are a poor long term investment and you'll want to stab someone when it comes time to clean them. Put a tad extra money into your purchase and it will last the average person a lifetime. Check out the Avantco line. Great commercial slicers for the everyday non business owner. I went to the higher end and bought the SL512 which is an absolute beast. Also 700 dollars though. They have a great line just really depends on what you want to do with it.