I currently recommend 3 different slicers depending on your needs. If you just wanna check em out i have listed em just below here. But if you scroll further down I will go more into depths of each of the machines, listing the advantages and disadvantages of each slicer.
The Elite Meat Slicer (KWS 320w Meat Slicer)
This slicer is for the person that is regularly smoke their own bacon and other meat. If you slice big pieces of meat, cheese this machine will take almost everything even if frozen
- Teflon Stainless Steel Blade, which makes sure that the meat doesn’t stick to the blade when
- 10” Sized blade, makes it so that you are able to slice nice and big pieces of meat.
- Aluminum Alloy Base, for great durability and low weight
- Cutting Thickness 0-0.4”, This slicer cuts from paper thin, literally see through slices, to very thick.
- 320-Watts Motor Power, This heavy motor with the Teflon blade, makes sure that you can even slice frozen meat.
- Perfect for slicing almost all kinds of food.
- Low Noise
- 20-30 min of cleaning, so it is a good idea to make sure that you do your slicing in bulk.
- With a price of $384.00 it is a high-end slicer. Well worth the money but you should only buy this if you know that you will be using it regularly, but if that is the case then this is a perfect choice and well worth it.
The Home edition (Chef’sChoice 6150000 Food Slicer)
- Comes with a Rugged slicer
- Changing blades. You can buy extra Non-Serrated Blade
- The Multipurpose stainless steel blade, good for slicing almost all kinds of food.
- approx. 7” Sized blade.
- 120-Watts Motor Power
- It doesn’t come with the Non-Serrated Blade to begin with
The Cheaper Get-The-Job-Done Alternative
This slicer is a good cheap model for the home kitchen. It is for you who only uses your slicer a few time a month, or are beginning out using a slicer. You just need a good slicer to use once and a while and don’t have the big requirements for it. This slicer can slice both meat, cheese, and vegetables for the common household. But if you are planning to use it on a more regular basis I would strongly suggest that you spend a bit extra and upgrade to Chef’sChoice Food Slicer.
In the beginning, you need to do some quick adjustment of the guide plate (it is adjustable) so that it slices a more evenly. To begin with, it will be little more thickly at the bottom but you can fix that.
- Has secure nonslip feet
- Easy-to-clean removable stainless steel carriage cover
- Heavy-duty 8.7in. stainless steel design blade
- Cut slices up to 9/16in
- Can slice most types of food
- With its cheap price, it is a good beginner slicer.
- Need to be tweaked and adjusted to be able to cute even slices
- 180-Watts Motor Power. Which gives slower rotations that again results in lower precision especially when making thin slices.
- The blade isn’t all that sharp
Should I go for a high-end Meat Slicer?
This will be depending on how much you are going to use your slicer. if you are using your slicer only for slicing bacon and you are only slicing 3-4 times a month, then I would say that you should probably get by with this Meat Slicer. But if you use your meat slicer for making cold cuts for tapas. The more premium slicer can also cut