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[Costco] Costco.ca Nesco Food Slicer with 19.1 cm (7.5 in.) Diameter Blade - $50 [OOS]

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[Costco] Costco.ca Nesco Food Slicer with 19.1 cm (7.5 in.) Diameter Blade - $50 [OOS]

amazon.ca sells for $108
amazon.COM - $US 63
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Last edited by Don Freak on Feb 15th, 2019 8:37 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Thank you OP. Beef jerkey time... was waiting for a deal on this. You sir delivered...
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How does this work for veggies and fruits?
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Thanks OP .. was looking for something like this for hotpot.. unfortunately, It says out of stock already... :(
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Drats. OOS.
Was contemplating, when instead I should have been purchasing.
Curse you brain - instinct was the way to go.
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Esg876 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 7:46 pm
How does this work for veggies and fruits?
Why would you use this for veggies and fruits? It's a lot easier cutting them up with a knife, compared to meat.
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How powerful are these thing? I have a feeling it will cut through soft meats and cold cuts ok. But something like a calibrese or parmigiano reggiano it would struggle.
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Looks to be OOS. Don't write it off as dead yet as they might restock. They have done that for a few items in the past. I would recheck again later.

Thanks for posting this OP. Will keep an eye out for possible restock.
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Be aware that 7" is pretty small (*snicker*) so anything you're cutting has to have a very small diameter.
Consumer machines also aren't too powerful, so anything tough usually stalls them.
The serrated blades also tend to make a mess of things so you don't really get that clean of a cut. Plus they're impossible to sharpen.
Oh and slicers in general (not just this one) are a pain to clean.

I traded my 8" for a 12".
But this isn't practical for pretty much anyone because a 12" slicer is freakin' HUGE.
It's also not $50.

That said, I love my slicer. It's awesome.
But it's a painful mistress.
boyoflondon wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 8:11 pm
Why would you use this for veggies and fruits? It's a lot easier cutting them up with a knife mandolin, compared to meat.
Fixed.

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