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RET300 Slicer

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Retro Flywheel Slicer Metcalfe
  • Beautifully crafted, showpiece vertical slicer
  • Available with retro style pedestal (sold separately)
  • Featuring perfectly balanced chrome plated steel blades for perfect slicing results
  • Able to produce very thin, accurate, sliced meats without discards and scraps
  • Designed to cut all kinds of cold cuts and cured meats
  • Covered by Metcalfe 2 year warranty (1st year parts and labour, 2nd year parts only) and full after sales service

Price & SpecRET300 Dimensions 2016
Note: Machine height is 555mm, however maximum height when fully extended is 680mm

D x W x H (mm)
RET300 5S506N 300 ● 210, □ 210 x 250 1.5 570 x 775 x 680 44.55,970
RET330 5S522N 330 ● 235, □ 235 x 295 1.5 675 x 815 x 610 62 9,748
RET370 5S523N 370 ● 245, □ 245 x 315 2 750 x 920 x 725 88 11,649
RET370A5S524N 370 ● 240, □ 240 x 310 10 740 x 910 x 720 110 23,066
  • Hand crafted in aluminium and stainless steel and finished in red enamel (as standard – other colours available as special order)
  • Meat table and blade movement are fully co-ordinated and geared to the rotation of the flywheel
  • Product being sliced moves automatically towards the blade
  • Double sliding plate with lockable hand grip holds meat securely in place to ensure consistent slicing
  • Large space between the blade and head for easy cleaning
Optional ExtrasCast Iron Pedestal
D x W x H (mm)
Cast iron pedestal with round base5S507N600 x 600 x 7902,099
Painting customisation336

NS Slicer Comparison ChartResources

NS Slicer Comparison Chart (4/23)

NS Slicer Optional Extras Chart (4/24)

RET300 Specification Sheet (6/23)

RET300 User Instructions (4/23)

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