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Waring Pro FS155 Professional Food Slicer

Item # 701599
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Key Features

  • 7.5" undulated stainless steel cutting blade

  • Slice control knob adjusts from 1/32" to 1/2"

  • Heavy-duty 130W motor

  • Suction feet for stable, non-slip operation


Our Price  $99.99
Sale Price  $49.96

Availability: In Stock

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Waring Pro FS155 Professional Food Slicer

Slice meat and cheese with ease with the Waring Pro Food Slicer. Made of premium coated steel and die-cast aluminum housing. 7.5" undulated stainless steel cutting blade for perfect performance. Slice control knob adjusts from 1/32" to 1/2" to slice bread, roasts, firm cheeses and more! Heavy-duty 130W motor. Suction feet for stable, non-slip operation. Dimensions: 13"W x 11"H x 10.5"D. 11 lbs.

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Waring Pro FS155 Professional Food Slicer
 
4.0

(based on 1 review)

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4.0

Good, but could be better

By Indy Tom

from Indianapolis, IN

About Me Casual Cook

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Ergonomic Design
  • Powerful
  • Stays Sharp

Cons

  • Difficult to Clean
  • Not Smooth

Best Uses

  • Meet
  • Slicing Roasts

Comments about Waring Pro FS155 Professional Food Slicer:

I like the slicer and it was a good buy for the price. However, the meat tray doesn't slide very smooth on the arm. It takes two hands to get the meat sliced up. Also, the meat gets kinda clogged up around the blade so ever few slices, you have to stop it and extract the meat. I am sure it would do better with cold cuts or cheese. Since its not being used professionally, I see these cons as an inconvienance and not really a major problem.

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