For the serious home cook, the chef’s choice 632 is without a doubt the best choice. The vari-tilt design allows for 30 degree angled slicing but can also lock straight up and down, which makes cutting various cuts of meat or even breads a breeze and brings to you an extreme versatility when preparing your food. The sturdy design, consisting of stainless steel and aluminum, means the slicer will stay firm in place while you are working with it. Customers find Chef’s Choice products often exceed their expectations, and this is something we can say with confidence: it will exceed your expectations and give you a new and exciting advantage in the kitchen. Whether you are slicing salami super thin for a delicious sandwich or making larger slices of bread, the Chef’s Choice 632 meat slicer does it all with ease and precision. The 632 is nearly self-feeding, also known as gravity feeding – just give the meat a slight nudge on an angle and watch it create sliced perfection!
To add to the excitement, here is a short list of things you can do and make with your model 632 food slicer:
- homemade potato chips
- beef jerky
- delicious homemade sandwiches (slice beef, turkey, salami, and more – super thin!)
- enhance the look of all of your meals
- slice homemade bread
- be in control of the quality and thickness of your cuts
- save money (you’d pay an average of 3 times more to buy pre-sliced meats)
- make steak sandwiches with ease
- slice your veggies at the desired thickness for salads and other dishes
- homemade fresh bacon
I’m sure your mind is already full of new ideas – things you can use this slicer for. The slicing is precise and effortless, and opens a new doorway in meal and recipe preparation. One of the great things about this slicer is that the blade comes off effortlessly with a simple twist; it can quickly be washed with soap and water. The Chef’s Choice 632 meat slicer is consistently rated 5 stars for a reason and we hope you can begin to see why. Not many people know you can actually get a meat slicer for home use, so consider the idea of getting this to give as a gift – a very exciting one to receive indeed. It’s a beautiful piece to add to your kitchen – the sleek stainless steel design is a favorite, and it makes for a great conversational piece as well. Further product features are below!
Posted by Sandra L. on 8th May 2012
Originally, we used our (30 year old) meat slicer for slicing rump roast for roast beef sandwiches. But the the unit broke, Toastmaster no longer made a slicer, so we carefully researched currently available models and manufacturers. The result was the purchase of a Chef's Choice 632, the cheapest of the Varitilt Electric food slicers and a product of a company that got far fewer complaints about noise, smells and cleaning problems than the others in my price range ($100-$300). We opted for the varitilt because it allows the user to slice more than just goodly sized chunks of meat and cheese. Using the tilt function allows you to slice everything from vegies (including tomatoes) to bread. The pull of gravity allows the slices to continue through to the end of, for example, a slice of bread -- in the non-tilt varieties like our previous unit, that meant everything piling up in the cutter itself. There are still lots of discoveries to be made on this front, but so far, we've LOVED everything....from the bread and tomatoes to the thick/thin/or extra thin deli cuts of meat. I especially like the child protection control on the bottom, on the back of the machine, out of casual reach, and use it religiously. Grandchildren make you cautious that way -- you have to remember that the blade is REALLY sharp!. It became automatic to turn it on the very first day, The slicing controls on this machine are wonderful (though I'm comparing to a 30 year old machine) We did a deli night using a very small corned beef brisket, a very small smoked turkey breast and a small cure 81 ham. In each case, the four adults and two children wanted different thickness, and it took half a second to make the adjustment. Then, someone got the idea for paninni sandwiches, and we started to experiment with cheese slicing....we wound up with raves for the thinnest possible cheese slices because they melted so easily and because they curled well. And we wound up using thicker slices of cheese for hors d'oeuvres. So far, cleaning is easy, but I haven't yet taken apart the machine for full washing. BTW: Try using a toothbrush or a Dawn automatic brush (available at Walgreens and similar stores). There's been no smell, and noise is non-existant -- these were all complaints against other machines on the market. I should also note that this manufacturer got good reviews everywhere, including by the consumer reports folks. Summary -- at this point, this is a dream appliance, and one that can be left out without worries. Next experiment, sweet potatoe fries. You have to microwave them for about 30 seconds to soften them up, but then it's supposedly very easy to cut them like french-fries or like potato chips and have a nice, but healthy, sweet treat. I highly recommend the unit at this time. If anything changes, I'll log in again with an adjustment. But at this point, it's a 5 star unit.