How to distinguish a good slicer from a bad slicer when buying?
1. Look at the quality of the blade. The quality of the blade determines the service life and slicing speed of the whole slicer.
2. Look at the number of compressors. The lamb slicer has single motor and double motor. In dual motors, meat cutting and pushing are driven by one motor respectively. In a single motor, one motor drives two workpieces, and the power is larger than that of a double motor. The motor of a good lamb slicer is stainless steel.
3. Look at the operation mode of the blade. Most of them use structural elements to rotate a single blade, and the circular saw automatically slides down when gripping meat. However, some high-quality slicers use a chain to drive the blades to rotate, and a worm drive to drive the output, making the design more user-friendly.