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From: austin, texas
Sep 29, 2011
Is this product cordless? Is there an stand to put it in and charge it?
This electric slicer does have a cord for it to work.
From: Los Angeles CA
Dec 17, 2011
I need something that backs up the NSF approval. I have the knife and our company does not think it is NSF approved for light duty in an restaurant.
Hi. This knife does not have NSF approval and is intended for household use. But it is UL-listed (according to a list of specs we get) AND BPA-free (http://www.proctorsilex.com/products/knives-easy-slice-electric-knife-model-74311y.php). Sorry, we do not have any official documents for the UL approval.