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Old April 1st, 2012, 09:03 PM   #1
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Berkel 807 Deli Meat Slicer 12.5" blade

If you're in to charcuterie or process your won meat, this is for you.

Berkel model 807 meat and cheese slicer. US made. Commercial grade, like you see in a proper deli.

12.5" stainless steel blade, stainless steel back plate, shelf, blade cover, etc. Cast aluminum base, 115v motor, gravity-feed tray with product holder, auto return arm, built-in knife sharpener, adjustable blade

This machine is a beast. It weighs 90#. I disassembled (did not remove motor) and cleaned every friggin' part and every part I could reach of this machine for 12 hours. After cleaning, I processed about 30# of meat. This unit performed flawlessly. I could get razor thin, almost translucent, full slices of turkey. I thoroughly cleaned the machine after I finished.

What's wrong it it? Missing rubber feet, adjustment knob missing but can adjust blade, missing screw for return spring (no big deal), missing blade scraper (no big deal), product holder nubs are very worn- not a big deal until about the last 3/8" of product your cutting but shape of meat will be an influence too.

Located in Carleton, 48117 near I275 & Telegraph

$175

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