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Sportsman 180-Watt 7.5 in. Electric Meat Slicer

Discontinued Sportsman

180-Watt 7.5 in. Electric Meat Slicer

  • Features 7.5 in. stainless steel blade for easy and precise cuts
  • Detachable sliding table for easy cleaning, use, and maintenace
  • Durable metal construction and rubber feet for stability
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Product Overview

Slice ham or roast beef for sandwiches with the Sportsman Series Electric Meat Slicer. It is great for church groups, family reunions, or large families who wish to buy in bulk and slice meat themselves to save money. Get the most out of the leftover turkey from the holidays too. The removable sliding table makes the Electric Meat Slicer easy to use and clean. The 7.5 in. stainless steel blade can cut slices up to 9/16 in. think. The non-slip suction cup feet keep it from sliding around on the counter while in use.

  • Makes great sandwiches from leftover turkey, ham, and roasts, also slices fruit and vegetables
  • 7-1/2 in. stainless steel blade, maximum slicing thickness up to 9/16 in.
  • 10 min. continuous operation
  • Non -slip suction cup feet, easy to clean sliding table
  • 120-Volt / 60 Hz / 180-Watt / 110 RPM

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Customer Questions & Answers

are the gears metal or plastic??

are the gears metal or plastic??
Asked by: Dennis
Gears are plastic
Answered by: Jor
Date published: 2016-12-07

Is this 180 watt or 150 watt? Box says 150 specs say 180.

Asked by: steve
The power rating is 180 watts.
Answered by: Buffalo Bill
Date published: 2017-01-02

Can they cut the bone

Like ribs
Asked by: Lin
No, this is not intended to slice bone.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-10-23

Can u cut frozen meat on this

Asked by: Eleanor
i doubt it; it wouldn't cut a pineapple with peel on it.
Answered by: Lori
Date published: 2017-01-04
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