Hamilton Beach Electric Knife for Carving Meats, Poultry, Bread, Crafting Foam & More, Storage Case & Serving Fork Included, White

Hamilton Beach Electric Knife for Carving Meats, Poultry, Bread, Crafting Foam & More, Storage Case & Serving Fork Included, White

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What are hamilton beach electric knife for carving meats features?

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  • Perfect for meats & breads: easily carves through everything from meats, breads and tomatoes to crafting foam for diy projects; it’s also a great turkey carving knife on thanksgiving.
  • Stainless steel blades and fork: this electric knife features reciprocating serrated blades that create even slices and the included fork is handy for carving and serving.
  • Ergonomic handle: designed to fit comfortably in either hand, the electric carving knife handle is designed for comfort and gives you better control no matter what you’re cutting.
  • Space-saving storage case included: the electric knife includes a storage case to keep the knife, blade and fork protected and easily accessible in 1 convenient place.
  • Great crafting knife: can be used as a foam cutter in craft and diy projects.
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Categories: Home & Kitchen

Hamilton Beach Electric Knife for Carving Meats, Poultry, Bread, Crafting Foam & More, Storage Case & Serving Fork Included, White AMAZON

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Looking for specific info?

I want to cut foam rubber that is about 8′ thick and was told the best way was an electric knife. Will this do it?

The blade is only 8′ overall with 6.75′ of serrated cutting edge.

Looking for a electric knife that will cut bread very thin. Will this work, or with the double knives shred it? Thanks,

It truly depends on the type of bread you want to cut. A crusty dense bread does very well under this knife. I find the softer breads do better with a good serrated chefs knife and a light hand when cutting.

How long is the blade itself?

The actual blade itself is 7 1/2 inchs, the whole blade including the part that fits into the handle is 11 inchs. 🙂

Can you use this knife to cut through a watermelon or cantaloupe?

Sure can.

Does it cut vegetables?

I do not know.i had ordered the knife and when i got it it would not even cut my loaf of bread. Blades were so dull.i called customer service,and it was so difficult to get this matter resolved i just thru it away i am senior citizen,hand are getting weaker i needed the knife,but i would have to send a picture(i do not have a smart phone)via e-mail to their department.leaves me out.never again i will spend more to get what will help me

Can it cut a pumpkin?

I haven’t tried a pumpkin, but it slows down on really crusty fresh bread, so i think a big pumpkin would be a bad deal. Besides, it is purely a slicing tool, it does not have a sharp point that you can shove through a pumpkin. Nope, get yourself a sharp pointed ordinary knife.

Blade length?

Don’t remember the length. Bought as a gift but the recipient loves it.

The blades aren’t sharp enough. And it heats up so easily. This is our first time using it. Do we need different blades? What’s going on?

I used it to carve a 20 pound turkey and had no problems. I had the same brand before for 30 years and never had a problem either. The blades seem sharp enough and you shoudn’t have to replace them. Sounds like you might have a defective knife.

Is this good for high density foam?


Will it work in israel. We have 220 v power?

You will need a converter to plug in the wall. The con

Does it cut thru bone?

I doubt it

Can the knife be locked in the on position for continuous carving?

No .for safety reason!!!

Can i place an order and get it shipped and delivered to dubai?

Thank you for your question. I think you should contact amazon and ask them. Amazon has all of my inventory. I don’t see why they would not be able to send this item to you. Thank you for your question and please contact amazon.

Does this get hot while carving a big turkey?

I would say no. Everything electric motor driven appliance gets a little warm, but nothing to be concerned about. You could probably carve 4 or 5 before it gets ‘hot’.

Will the case have a red lining in it and separate compartments for the pieces?

It comes with a grey plastic case with no lining but has compartments for the pieces.

What size is the motor?

My knife reads 120 volts, 60 hz, 100 watts.

Hi, where is this made? Thanks

Hi, my hamilton beach electric knife was made in china. I found this inside a molded caution label in very tiny print at the bottom half of the plastic handle. I mainly bought this to slice through foam rubber. So far no issues. Works as designed. Hope this helps..

Will this cut a high density 4′ foam mattress?

My buying decision was as such. Looking into sound isolation foam, i found consistently that folks either consistently made use of a very long sharp knife (and would use dressing cuts) or would use one of these.. In this year of our lord 2022 b&d brand reciprocating turkey carvers is no longer peak fam. Hamilton beach reviews seems to indicate this is the way. 4′ mattress i can not speak of. In my current south east province is that no blade can be pocketed if over 3′. Blades of all tools get dull, you may think i jest but using a brand new hss drill bit versus a proper nitride infused (not coated) was the difference of desperate novice rubber and hot knice through butter. Ultimately it will come down to technique. There isnt a single manufacturer that sells carbide flats for these vibroblades. Cqc with other elementals is not recommended.

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Does this cut very thin slices on chicken raw?

I’ve never tried to cut raw chicken but i’m sure that you could get through it. However, if i had to cut raw chicken into thin slices i would prefer to use a sharp chefs knife for that kind of job. This type of knife is more for cutting and slicing large pieces of cooked meats, mainly roasts like prime rib, pork roast, whole turkey etc…

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Hello,could you pleaaase tell me how to sharpen this knife?

Looks like you can either sharpen the blades yourself or purchase replacement blades

Hamilton Beach Electric Knife for Carving Meats, Poultry, Bread, Crafting Foam & More, Storage Case & Serving Fork Included, White AMAZON

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What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
So far so good

I used it to cut up some roast beef. Looking forward to using it on thanksgiving. Seems to work like a charm

5Expert Score
Needed good carving knife

I needed a good carving knife and glad that i choose this one. Does the job without any issues and great that it also came with a fork.

5Expert Score
3 years going strong!

This is one of my smartest purchases. It’s easy to use, clean, and store. It cuts meat like butter.

5Expert Score

Great cutting

5Expert Score
Great knife

I used for the first time and carved an entire turkey! It was easy and light weight. I was able to make thin slices and cut off all the meat in way less time than using a regular knife. Definitely a keeper. Also it comes in a great case to hold it in

5Expert Score
Electric knife

Very nice, in a hard case and come with a very nice fork.

5Expert Score

Works well

5Expert Score
Works great, trigger is in a bad sopt

Works great but the trigger is in a bad spot, makes it hard to use when your hands get slippery.

5Expert Score

I went back to hamilton beach which i had for years til slowed down. I ordered a battery operated one but couldn’t get the blades in.

5Expert Score
Good for bread

Works well and comes in a nice case

4Expert Score
Works great, but just one problem.

The one con is tgat the gripping of the handle is not too easy when cutting, that’s the onlythingiwouldchange. The fork works great and the knife works great, except the handle.

4Expert Score
Bought as a gift. She said it was okay.

Bought this as a gift for my elderly mother who was having trouble grasping things in her hands.

She used it to carve chicken or roast, mostly. She didn’t use it as often as she thought, because at 89, she’s not cooking as much as she used to. Strangely, another relative bought her new, sharp, carving knives & she uses them more. I don’t know if it’s easier & she doesn’t have to reach for an outlet over the sink… She’s 5′ tall. But, when she used it, she said it was good. In the long run, it just sat in a drawer for months at a time.

So, if you need one, it seems to do the trick. If you just need a good knife sharpening, then i’d suggest trying that first.

4* out of 5.

4Expert Score
Cuts well

Handle seems to get hot if used extensively

4Expert Score
Great value

The previous hamilton beach electric knife we had was a wedding gift from 53 years ago. It finally died. This product is so much more sleek and easy to use. We are very happy with it.

4Expert Score
Does the job but build quality a question

Used it for the first time slicing a roast. It did the job although the blades seemed to have too much side play. Placed blades in top shelf of dishwasher, and was surprised to find that screws holding blades to plastic guards had rusted. That just seems wrong or a bad place to save a few cents.

4Expert Score
Works great

Works great

4Expert Score
Very heavy and cumbersome for women with small hands

I have an old hamilton beach electric knife i won for a sales contest back in about 1980. It still works, but the blades are dull. So, i purchased 2 newer ones same company. One was purchased about a year ago. The latest last week. The new ones (both) weigh well over a pound more than the one from the 80s. And it is wider around where it needs to be gripped. That makes a heavy and awkward grip for me at age 71 and mom at age 91. And the heaviness is very difficult and makes it hard to hold up while cutting. I use it mostly for cutting bread. Mom does too. She lives with me and likes to help me prep food.one would think that if hamilton beach created a lighter and more ergonomic knife way back in 1980 that is still working, they should be able to return to the lighter design which is built for a womans small hands. Go engineers go!

4Expert Score

Works great and has a case for storage.

4Expert Score
Very nice knife, but….

When cutting, this product really does work brilliantly! Without having to put any pressure at all on whatever you are slicing, dicing, or dismembering, it cuts like a hot knife through butter! Though i’m a bit of a luddite who has several old, fashioned caring sets, this thing completely won me over.
Why not 5 stars then, you ask? Well, there are several little irritants. The release button works when it ‘wants to’, the case (in itself nice to have) is tight and lacks a dedicated place for the cord. Let’s just say had this been an apple product in the steve jobs era: he would have sent it back for improvements. As it stands: great knife with minor issues.

4Expert Score
Purchased for cutting soundproofing (roxul) insulation sheets

As it says in the title, i purchased this specifically for cutting some sound proofing sheets so i could size them for some sound absorption panels i was making. It came recommended from websites and i think i read some reviews on amazon about this device working well for that purpose also. It seemed to do a good job for others, and this particular brand had the highest ratings, so i purchased it.

Putting the tool together was very easy (be careful not to cut your hands), as was dis-assembly and clean-up. Just follow the instructions and you’ll be fine.

Ok, so i’m not entirely sure what type of sound insulation sheets others have used, but mine was a very dense material, the roxul rockboard 60, which are about 3′ thick. I tried cutting two sheets at a time, and while it seemed to cut through them rather easily at first, about 1/2 of the way through, the knife seemed to lose some steam. Or maybe it was me. … Nope, it was definitely the knife. I was a little worried it might overheat and break (it didn’t) so i stopped and then slowly started to try and cut the remainder of the sheets. I was in a bit of a hurry, so i pushed through the last half with more effort than i thought i would need to. Not sure if this is what caused the jagged cut on the last 1/2.

I think for the next sheets i cut, i’ll try to do them 1 at a time since this product is so dense. I’m hoping this will make the cutting easier. In any case, what you should take away from this is that if you’re cutting this type of material, please keep in mind that it may not cut through ‘effortlessly’ on denser sheets like i’m using. It’ll get the job done, but be careful not to exert too much pressure.

I would give it 5 stars if it didn’t feel like it was going to break halfway through my project.
Hope this helps anyone out there that might be looking for this specific type of info. Don’t hesitate to ask me any questions.

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