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The Chef's Choice® 672 meat slicer has an extra large, hardened stainless steel blade and 1/3 HP induction motor. This high-torque motor runs smoothly and quietly to make fast work of the largest roasts, hams, and even large blocks of cheese.
The Chef's Choice® 672 food slicer has a 9.8" blade which provides a huge 7.5" height of cut. This meat & food slicer has a smooth micrometer thickness control to select slices from deli-thin to 1" thick. Fixed-tilt construction makes it easy to feed food evenly. Extra large carriage rides on sealed industrial ball bearings and is fully retracting. Solid metal food pusher provides full control of large pieces of meat. It has a circuit breaker motor protection and recessed rocker switches for safety and convenience. Large rubber suction-cup feet provide this meat slicer with very solid, stable support.
Blade sharpener is included.
A smooth edge blade comes standard with this slicer.
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Manufacturer Part Number
Chef's Choice, EdgeCraft
Product Weight (lbs.)
High carbon stainless
We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in four business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
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