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- 9" Offset Serrated Blades - The stainless steel blades saw rapidly and evenly through meats, breads, craft foam and more! 7 ½" of the blades are serrated with an additional 1 ½" tang before the plastic allow for up to 9" of carving
- Comfort Grip Handle - The ergonomic handle is engineered to increase comfort and control during slicing
- Dishwasher-Safe Parts - The removable blades are dishwasher-safe for fast and easy cleanup
Safety was a clear consideration in the design of this latest Black and Decker electric knife. Control and handling innovations such as the grease guard ensure safe use through hours of carving, while the operating bar takes a page from industrial design to incorporate a safety toggle and ergonomically-placed operating bar.
Over it’s century of innovation, consumers have come to expect no less from Black and Decker than perfect engineering. Starting with the development of the pistol grip electric drill in 1917, this company has provided both America and the world with unparalleled reliability and safety in product design.
Even so, as with all cutting tools, one should treat this product with respect. Following the correct guidelines while using, cleaning, and handling your Black and Decker electric knife is requisite for safe use. With care, you will enjoy safe and reliable performance for years to come.
SLICE RIGHT EK 700 BLACK AND DECKER ELECTRIC KNIFE
Black and Decker’s commitment to sound engineering really shows in their latest offering, the EK700. Featuring a cutting guide for perfect portion control and a high-grade stainless steel blade, the Black & Decker EK 700 Slice Right Electric Knife makes quality carving effortless.
Featuring robust construction without sacrificing sleekness, the EK700 is an attractive workhorse and fine addition to your kitchen. The Black & Decker EK 700 Slice Right Electric Knife is balanced for handling and control, while the clean-lined grip makes cleaning simple.
Consumer reviews praise not only the attractive design and superior performance, but the surprising longevity as compared to similarly-priced offerings. You can expect years of faithful service at holiday carvings, for party preparation, and in daily kitchen use. Black and Decker’s superior engineering really shines in the kitchen, with reliability and well-considered features that make the EK700 a clear winner in the marketplace.
ENGINEERED FOR UNPARALLELED SAFETY
Safety is always your first concern when selecting a new cutting tool, and every Black and Decker electric knife is designed with a number of advantageous safety features.
First, the grip is ergonomic and slip resistant, which ensures safe handling during use. For its power, these knives are extremely light and well-balanced, making them easier to control than many consumer alternatives. Also, an additional safety lock prevents accidental start and the operating bar is strategically placed for comfortable control during cutting.
One feature of particular interest is a grease guard, located between the grip and blade attachment points. Competing models may grow slippery during use, as grease and oil travel down the blade and onto handling surfaces. To eliminate this hazard, every Black and Decker electric knife comes standard with a grease guard, which keeps the grips clean and comfortable for optimum control.
Blade removal is simple and easy, while engineered to eliminate accidental removal in use. Non-slip tabs are provided to grip the blades during cleaning.
BLACK AND DECKER’S PROUD HISTORY OF INNOVATION
Given the history of Black and Decker, it’s no surprise to see them field such a robust and attraction contender in the kitchen appliances sector.
A true American success story, Black and Decker began in 1910 in a tiny machine shop in Baltimore, Maryland. S. Duncan Black and Alonzo Decker began their careers in fabrication and repair, but soon began to innovate and invent their own product lines. Their first invention is now a staple of every house, workshop, and job site: the ubiquitous, pistol grip electric drill.
Within forty years, Black and Decker became the world’s largest manufacturer of power tools and accessories and the unquestioned leader in the US household appliance market. More than half of the companies revenues are realized through export to markets outside the United States, where its commercial and household products command a leading share of the market throughout the Western world.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ELECTRIC CARVING KNIFE
To get the most out of your Black and Decker electric knife, there are a few, simple guidelines to keep in mind during use.
Cut with gentle, downward pressure. These units feature powerful motors and dual-reciprocating blades, so little physical force is required. Don’t saw, lean, or attempt to apply pressure directly to the blades; not only is this unsafe, but entirely unnecessary.
Even with such a powerful tool, do not attempt to cut through bone with this unit. The Black and Decker electric knife is engineered to effortlessly cut through meat, bread, cheese, and hard-shelled gourds, but not bone. Trying to do so will damage your blades and place undue strain on the motor, not to mention create a possibly unsafe condition.
Finally, do not attempt to use this appliance to cut through frozen or packaged foods. Doing so will strain and damage your knife, as with bone, but with the additional danger of doing so on a slick, icy surface. For safety, please take the time to thaw materials before cutting.