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Product DescriptionFor all your food-slicing needs, the Gander Mountain Meat Slicer has a 6.5" stainless steel blade with an adjustable speed control. The toothed slicer provides an easily adjustable slicing thickness and clearly marked measurements to guide you. Features a die-cast aluminum body with shaped aluminum base. The slicer can cut foods up to 7/8" thick. The cutting blade and food tray are removable for easy cleaning. Voltage: 110V 60Hz. UL-listed.
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Q:are the gears plastic and what is the blade made fromAsked on 8/26/2009 by the chicken man from west winfield, ny
A:The gearing is plastic as well as the retaining bolt. The gears are well lubricated in white lithium grease. The blade is stainless steel. Gander Mountain has replecement blades in store stock. The blade is not flat, it's designed with a cup. As I sliced a top sirloin roast the unit had plenty of power and torque, there was no bogging down whatsoever. The unit also has an on switch which can double with a pulsating action. The unit has variable drive, so the blade speed can be adjusted. I like this better than the Chef's Choice model I have where the on/off is controlled by a pressure panel you engage using your thumb located behind the slide tray. Being right-handed I found myself applying too much pressure into the blade on the the other model. This may have contributed to the problems I experienced with the blade on that unit. This was not so however with the Gander Mountain unit. I was able to slice with smooth uniform strokes. For home food prep I highly recommend this model.Answered on 11/28/2009 by Butch from Lewiston, NY
Q:how is the motor on this slicer is it going to burn up like other slicers that i have and heard aboutAsked on 12/18/2008 by miller from pa
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