Impressive safety aspect
I’ve upgraded to the Sunbeam Cafe Series and am quite happy with the unit so far. Yes, there are some good and bad points too, yet on must remember this isn’t an industrial slicer as we see in Delis.
I have used to slice premium cheese to perfect thin slices. You are able to adjust the thickness to your preference. Personally, I haven’t sliced meat as yet, but if not pushing too much pressure whilst trying to slice, there shouldn’t be an issue. I have seen where people use pressure to use slicers, there is no need to use excess force. In cleani...
Purchased in July 2020 at Harvey Norman for $190.00.
Questions & Answers
hi, what is the white grease like substance behind the blade, do I wash it off before use, or leave it, is it safe?
i think it is grease so the blade can spin properly and not overheating the motor, that is my guess but I am not a manual-reader-type-of-user lol. Too bad I don't have that grease paste to replace the existing one so whenever I wash it I try my best to leave the grease alone
Thanx so much, I was worried about ingesting it :(
How do remove the plastic cog that the blade works against? I have removed the grey casing but cannot get the old one off.
Hi Vanessa, if it is the part I think it is I use a coin. I hope that helps.
No it’s further on, once you remove the blade, you remove the grey casing which in turn exposes the plastic wheel/cog that the slicing blade connects with!
Thank you for contacting Sunbeam. So sorry , removing the blade is the farthest to go with this unit.
Kind Regards, Sunbeam
(thick and thin with a 0-23 mm variable slicing dial)
is it possible to cut 0.07mm for shabu shabu asian meat. paper thin?
Thank you for your query. The ES9600 cannot be adjusted to that low.
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