Meat Slicer

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martyn c

Smoke Blower
Original poster
Jan 4, 2017
Northants, UK
I'm looking to get a meat slicer, does anyone have any advice or recommendations please

Looking to spend around £100
Hi Martyn

They vary greatly in price however two important factors (other than price) are how big can it be and how easy is it to clean.

At the lower end (of what I would call reasonable) is the Caterlite Light Duty It is on offer at the moment at £55.18 inc VAT (List price £95.95)

Alternatively the Buffalo Light Duty Meat Slicer  at £97.02 inc VAT

Of the two the Caterlite looks to be good value and it has 2 blades.

Above these then you start looking at ~£200+ 

You may find some domestic slicers cheaper but you usually get what you pay for :-(

Thanks mate I have been looking at the Nisbets one but have noticed there's a difference in motor, cutting disc size on the machines so was just wanting the views of some others before I commit to buying one 
It is called ageing with dignity 
I have been using a commercial meat grinder last 3 years and it works brilliant. Otherwise I don't have any experience towards the other devices. Again say it would be work excellent, if somebody use the unit, they will definitely know the good features of it. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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