Waring Pro FS150 Reviews
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Waring Pro FS150

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  • Food slicer by Waring Pro worth a try.

    Aug 31, 2010 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: sharp blade, decent suction ups, nice range of cuts, easy use,
    Cons: clean up not so easy, not good for long hours of cutting,

    Summary: Waring Pro has put out a food slicer model number FS150. This food slicer comes in a big box and there is no assembly. The off and on switch is on the side and easy to access. There is a slice control knob in back of the machine. This allows you to ... read more

  • Good if you don't need straight cuts

    Dec 10, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: Inexpensive
    Cons: A drunk guy can walker in a straighter line than this is cutting.

    Summary: I thought I save some money buy slicing my own cheese and meat now.Got this at Bed Bath and Beyond for $80 after 20% off coupon, and there would have been a waring mail in rebate for another $20.I started with cutting some home baked bread and ... read more

  • Don't waste your money!

    Jul 14, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: It's a solid machine, and it doesn't wiggle across the counter like some others do.
    Cons: The gears (the workhorse of the machine) are made of plastic, and strip very easily.

    Summary: I purchased a Waring Pro FS150 slicer because I like to purchase large sausages like beer sausage, salami and such from wholesale type stores and then I slice them up, divide them into bags and freeze them for convenience. When I saw this machine, I ... read more

  • Piece of crap!!

    Jul 30, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Looks nice enough to take home to mom
    Cons: works every night at the strip club

    Summary: I bought this after having another slicer from Waring that did OK for many years. I bought it because it looked so durable and strong. It looked like its name, "Pro" slicer. I thought that with all the stainless steel and heavy metal that they really ... read more

  • Yes, it's a slicer alright

    Jun 10, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Does a good job for all the tasks I have put it to.
    Cons: A bit awkward to clean the back side of the cutting disk.

    Summary: I had walked past this thing in the appliance department of the Canadian Tire store long enough (It never went on sale), that I finally picked it up and carted it off to the till. Trying for the complete kitchen, you see. I get home with it ... read more

  • quality sliced thin

    Feb 25, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: For a low price this will slice meats and cheeses.
    Cons: Can only run for short periods, thorough cleaning is difficult.

    Summary: Why we bought it: We were off shopping and realized that we were paying upward of $2/lb more for sliced meats and cheeses than regular. With a slicer we felt we could save $$ and get better quality lunchmeats. There is just 2 of us and use will be ... read more

  • Good value, works well, funny cleaning though...

    Dec 12, 2004 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Cheap, most of is metal, gravity tilt
    Cons: Some plastic parts, obviously something you may use that often, cleaning can be inconvient.

    Summary: Hello! Ok so I did it. I went to Bed bath and Beyond, used my 20% off coupon and got this baby for $80. Ever since I saw a Seinfeld episode where Kramer was slicing meats in Jerry's apartment, I always wanted one. Wow, that be nice to make my own roast ... read more

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  • Good little product for the homemaker

    Mar 5, 2011 by
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    Pros: Good for the price, slices well for home use.
    Cons: Difficult to clean. Some plastic parts, Soft foods can bog it down

    Summary: Waring Pro FS150 Meat SlicerThis little meat slicer does  the job. Has some heavy duty plastic parts. Stainless steel blade rest of the machine is aluminum.  Even though it is not high powerful it cuts through ham fine , cheese and ... read more

  • Buyer beware

    Aug 2, 2010 by
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    Pros: Inexpensive
    Cons: Difficult to clean

    Summary: I owned another brand  slicer for 15 years with the only issue was sharpening the blade till a replacement blade could not be found. Bought a Waring FS150 at Costco for about $50. After 3 cycles of cutting roasts the internal gear stripped out. ... read more

  • Poor Quality - plastic gears

    Aug 14, 2007 by
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    Pros: Cut well before it broke the teeth on the gear.
    Cons: Cheap plastic drive gear and gear on blade. Should be metal.

    Summary: I bought this slicer in February. Use it about once a week to slice roasts for jerky. Made loud noise two weeks ago when I turned it on. Opened it up, found two teeth on the black plastic gear which turns the blade gear had broken off. I contacted ... read more

  • Slicer died after 4th use.

    Jul 23, 2007 by
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    Pros: Blade is sharp, and easy to remove.
    Cons: VERY difficult to clean. Motor is very noisy.

    Summary: I bought this slicer to cut up brisket off of my smoker. After the third use it died. I found it difficult to use as the throat is not big enough to cut brisket, or ham. I'm not sure what slicer to buy next, but it won't be another one of ... read more

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