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Old 02-03-2007, 08:01 PM   #1
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Meat Slicer?

I've been thinking about buying a meat slicer. Does anyone have a suggestion? I would like to spend only about $100.00. If I have to spend more maybe I would. I see that the Sausage Maker has one at 99.99 then one at 159.99. I would really like to get a 25.00 deal like wittdog.

There was another company that someone suggested or bought a stuffer from...does anyone remember that company? Not Northern Tools.

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Old 02-03-2007, 08:49 PM   #2
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try grizzlie.com. thats where I got my bucket stuffer.
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I got this one from Amazon and highly recommend it. Don't go cheap on a meat slicer. I'd rather spend $100 on a very good knife than on a cheap slicer. If you get the Amazon credit card you can knock another $30 off the price and you get free shipping too!

http://www.amazon.com/Chefs-Choice-662- ... ome-garden
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I got this one from Amazon and highly recommend it. Don't go cheap on a meat slicer. I'd rather spend $100 on a very good knife than on a cheap slicer. If you get the Amazon credit card you can knock another $30 off the price and you get free shipping too!

http://www.amazon.com/Chefs-Choice-662- ... ome-garden
I agree with Dallas. My wife bought me THIS ONE for Christmas last year, I think she paid like $70 for it. It works fine, but it's a pain in the ass because it's so light weight and flimsy. Does it get the job done? Yes Do I say I'm going throw it into a wall everytime I use it? Yes!
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Old 02-04-2007, 09:48 AM   #5
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I'm thinking about upgrading my slicer to a hobart..I have a line on...
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I will say the one I have experienced (Chefs Choice) I would never say I wanted to throw it against the wall. It's a great "for home" slicer. Now if I were a food professional and slicing all the time; I wold definitely upgrade. I suggest the one from Sausage Maker mostly because if my experience with them with my meat grinder I got for 100.00. best dang grinder/ stuffer for the money I've ever seen. Based on that and the appearance and specifications of their slicer; for home use I think it's a great investment.

For 400.00 I can buy a real live professional deli slicer; it's just not worth it for home use to me.
Then you have more patience than I do!
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Old 02-04-2007, 08:22 PM   #7
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What about this model and brand?

http://www.amazon.com/VillaWare-V001-44 ... &s=kitchen

I like the 150 watts motor. Others have 80 to 130 twatts hat I've looked at. The Chef 630 is looking good also. More than I really want to spend. I'm wanting a Stoker so I need to budget my want (no need) list.
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