With rugged die-cast metal construction, a powerful induction motor, and angled feed, the Chef's Choice 662 Meat Slicer brings pro performance to your kitchen. Built to meet any need for busy home cooks, sportsmen, caterers and chefs, the Chef's Choice 662 Professional Slicer International Model delivers a peak power of more than 1/4 horsepower. If you're looking to bring a commercial quality slicer to your home or business for a fraction of the price, this is what you're looking for!
The powerful and quiet induction motor combines with the 662's tilted design to handle the toughest slicing tasks. Cutting through a large ham or turkey from now on will be considered child's play - model's 662 & 667 are truly the best of the best.
Precision thickness control allows you to slice food from deli-thin up to 5/8''. The large, commercial quality 8.7'', fully hardened, stainless steel fine edge blade slices meats, cheeses, vegetables, breads and fruits quickly and effortlessly. The Chef's Choice Food Slicer 662's extra large capacity food carriage rides smoothly on industrial bearings for smooth operation. Rubber feet secure the slicer to the work surface. A double control on-off switch is built in for added safety. This commercial quality slicer also comes with a tool for easy blade removal, and a serving tray - making the whole process synergistic in itself.
This is the real deal. Everything you need to slice meat, fruits, veggies, and more - it's all built in. This slicer is set up to make the whole cleaning process effortless. Never worry about a dull blade again - the Chef's Choice M662 has a blade sharpener built right in!
If you're a cooking fanatic, this is really your dream product. Maybe a close friend or relative really enjoys cooking or owns a restaurant - consider giving it out as a gift! Don't miss out on this month's special - free shipping on all of our products as well as the option to add a blade for the lowest price you will find anywhere online.
Posted by Unknown on 8th May 2012
I purchased this slicer for use in the hospitality rooms of conventions, which entails slicing a few hundred pounds of meat over the course of a couple of days. The unit performed flawlessly, cutting the final piece of meat just as smoothly as the first. The motor ran cool and quiet, the meat slider was smooth and fluid, and the blade cleanly cut everything from pastrami to provalone. Cleaning can be an issue as the clearances under the blade are small, but I was able to keep it at the same state that I maintained my professional slicer years ago at a sandwich shop I worked for. I recommend completely dismantling it after heavy use for sanitation and longevity. Summary: It's not a $1500 slicer, but for $400 it can't be beat. I would say that you could probably even get away with this unit at a small deli with how admirably it performed under the grueling trial I put it through last weekend. It might be a touch overkill for the average home chef though.