Here it is - a true commercial quality slicer at the price of a home slicer. If you are a busy home cook, sportsmen, caterer, chef, or restaurant owner, this is the slicer for you. The Chef's Choice 667 meat slicer operates at a peak power of over 1/4 horespower and features die-cast metal construction. Built-in precision control allows you to slice anywhere from deli-thin to a 1/2 inch thick. The powerful and high quality quiet induction motor alongside the tilted design is perfect for the toughest slicing tasks.
The M667 features a commercial quality 10 inch blade (approx. 25 cm.) diameter fully hardened blade - the fine edge and stainless steel makeup makes slicing through meats, cheeses, vegetablies, breads and fruits quick and effortless.
The Chef's Choice 667 features an extra large capacity food carriage that rides smoothly over industrial bearings. High quality rubber feet secure the slicer over any work surface, and a double control on-off switch is built in for added safety. Did we mention that there is a built-in sharpener so you can keep your blade extra sharp at all times? Talk about convenient!
This model comes with a tool for easy blade removal, as well as a serving tray to make this a flawless all-in-one combo. Being the best heavy duty slicer you can get for home use, the Chef's Choice 667 slicer is THE contender with commercial meat slicers. No matter if you are using it at home or at your restaurant, the M667 does the trick.
If you are serious about what you're doing, look no further - the 667 is constantly found to over deliver in its expectations - not to mention it's one of the best gifts you can give to any cooking enthusiast. It is a great center piece to any sleek kitchen design. Don't miss out on this month's special; order an extra blade to create the perfect gift package for yourself or to give to someone else!
Posted by Happy on 8th May 2012
First off, this was a long time coming for me, and I wanted to test it before I gave any feedback on the buy. It has been 4 months and I couldn't be happier. This is a huge buy and most places charged way too much. That's why when I found Gourmet Chef's Outlet that sold it for [...] with shipping, I had to swoop it up. So, as far as use, I've done a turkey roast and ham for deli slices, London broil for jerky, various cheeses, and other various pork cuts. The blade that comes with it is all you will ever need. The serrated edge they try to push for bread is unnecessary. All you have to do is freeze the bread a little and cut it. Easy money. As I finished the back end of the ham, which was the uncut part of the pre-cut ham, which is bogus, but the only thing they had at Costco, I ended up with an endless supply of deli sliced ham. Awesome. I mean, if people only knew how much they are getting nickel and dimed for thin slices of meat. I packaged a lot of my work and put it in the freezer. Clean up - it isn\'t as hard as people on this review board said, but let me give you some tips. You don't have to take it all apart every time, unless it is a juicy piece of meat. A little butter brush helps to push things from under the blade housing and you can just turn the blade and use a sponge. Easy. Be careful though, the blade is sharp. I was being a littler cavalier during one cleaning session and sliced my finger. But other than that, taking it apart shouldn\'t be a problem. When you do take it apart, the little cart has two thumb cylinders underneath. You don't have to tighten them every time super tight when you put it back together. Just tighten them enough. You take off the blade shield with an Allen wrench and then attach the blade extractor. Now, the best thing to do is use a wood ruler to separate the blade from its mouth. Just stick it in between the blade and motor compartment and wiggle it back and forth until it gives. Be careful.