I was wandering around Sam's Club today and noticed they had Waring Pro Slicers for $50. I had bought one about this time last year from Costco and have been pleased with it for what it is. If you are looking for small cheap slicer, this unit has been pretty decent for me. It is also branded under some other names like LEM.
Waring Pro Slicer At Sam's Club
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Other than having dropped the plastic guard one time too many, mine has done well for me. It is a small 7.5" slicer that can't do paper thin but can get pretty close. If you have the expectation that this is a commercial unit, you will be disappointed.
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Got one too. What I don't like is how hard it is to clean. The only thing removable is the blade and the plastic slide meat holder (or whatever it's called), princess would call it a "thingie" . For keeping sterile, it's a lot of work, but for the money, you get what you pay for. I wish I had my old timer one that broke down to everything in small pieces except for the motor attachment, and you could remove it with a couple of screws, BUT SWMBO, not understanding such things, put it into a garage sale , while I was overseas. Ah well. I still love her.