Electric Carving Knife and Block
- Takes the hard work out of carving your Sunday roast.
- 120W electric carving knife with 2 stainless steel blades: one for meat and one for bread.
- Smart wooden storage block to hold all equipment when not in use.
- Double-button blade release for safety.
Take all the effort out of carving the Sunday roast with this streamlined Electric Carving Knife. Looking smart on your worktop on its attractive wooden storage block, it comes with two stainless steel blades (one for meat and one for bread), features double-button blade release for safety and has a powerful 120W motor.
Cat Ref: SKU 17879
Stand 16 x 18 x 27cm H. (6¼" x 7" x 10¾").
- Age restriction applies. You must be 18 or over to buy this item
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Customer Reviews - Electric Carving Knife and Block
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Love it” by Madeleine
Bought this knife even after reading mostly negative reviews, have used one other brand for many years which needed replacing. I have to agree with David Carr's review, can't see the problem, blades fit perfectly and although I have thus far only used it 3 times, I have yet to have the blades fall out on me, if you have owned an electric blade before, you should have no problems, I would recommend this knife, excellent value for money. Only minor negative I can give it is that buttons are a little awkward to get to with my dainty paws :)
Not sure what others' problem was” by David Carr
I decided to go ahead and purchase this knife, even after reading the negative reviews concerning difficulty fitting the blades. I have just used the knife for the first time today, and I must say I can't see what the problem is! I was able to install the blades very easily, and they remained firmly in place while carving. I can only think that the people having trouble were either not pressing the blade release buttons in enough while installing the blades, or not holding them in. The blade 'tangs' also need to go INSIDE the little plates that move when you press the release buttons.
mixed review” by Christine
I do agree with the previous reviews concerning difficulty fitting the knife blades. I think the instruction book is wrong saying to use the larger blade for bread, that does not work the smaller serrated blade cuts the bread perfectly. I like the fact it has a stand and I will be keeping it.