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Kalorik AS29091 7.5 Inch Food Slicer Red

Item# 268-TIGA087-1-AF | Model# AS 29091 R | Added on March 14, 2013 |
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Kalorik AS29091 7.5 Inch Food Slicer Red
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Features a high-quality durable 200 watt gear motor. Multi-purpose serrated 7.5-inch stainless steel blade. Variable thickness control cuts up to 1/2-inch thick. Slices everything from meat to cheese to fruit to bread. Crafted from aluminum and polypropylene. Measures 15L x 11W x 11.5H inches. Bold and vibrant the Kalorik AS29091 7.5 Inch Red Food Slicer is the kitchen appliance that you will soon wonder how you lived without. Able to slice meat cheese fruit vegetables and bread cooking baking and preparing for guests has never been easier. Featuring a strong high-quality and durable 200 watt motor this food slicer has a multi-purpose serrated 7.5-inch stainless steel blade that is resistant to rust. With its variable thickness control you can choose how thick or thin you want to slice your food. From a setting of zero for safety you can slice your food as thin as 1/32-inch all the up to 1/2-inch thick. Crafted from aluminum and polypropylene this meat slicer comes in brilliant red and has a one-year warranty. You'll save plenty of green when you slice your own meat and cheese with this red food slicer. It features a 7.5-inch serrated stainless steel blade that handles a wide variety of food shapes and sizes. The variable thickness control makes it possible to choose from 0 (safe mode when unit is put away), to deli-thin to 1/2-inch thick. Other features include durable aluminum and polypropylene construction and a strong, high-quality 200-watt gear motor.
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