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Electric Knife

Guide price: £15

Last updated on 18th Jul 2010

Tags: kitchen electrical carving slicing

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Electric Knife

A multi-purpose electric knife ideal for slicing meats, poultry and bread with ultra sharp, stainless steel dishwasher proof blades. The Kenwood electric carving knife takes all of the effort out of carving meat, poultry or anything which you would normally slice with a carving knife. It is particularly useful for slicing new bread especially new bread from a breadmaker. The stainless steel blades will go on and on without the need for sharpening as they are only cutting through soft material.

If they constantly come into contact with cutting boards etc then this will dull them. The blades are easily ejected from the motor housing for easy cleaning and being stainless steel they are dishwasher safe. The switch mechanism is designed to make the knife very safe when in use. Please Note: All electrical products sold by cookinstyle (InStyle Products Limited) are supplied with a UK 3 pin plug.

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