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Kenwood KN400 Electric Carving Knife - £9.97 @ Tesco plus Free instore collection

£9.97 @ Tesco Direct
Order online for Free collection at selected stores - now £9.77 (was £19.77) This Kenwood electric knife in white is safe and simple to operate with its quick release blade and ergonomically design… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Order online for Free collection at selected stores - now £9.77 (was £19.77)

This Kenwood electric knife in white is safe and simple to operate with its quick release blade and ergonomically designed body . It comes with ultra sharp steel blades and a compact, easy to clean design.

* Quick release blade
* Multi-purpose electric knife ideal for slicing meats, poultry and bread
* Compact and ergonomically designed body
* Dimensions: Depth 11.5 cm, Length 44, Height 6.2 cm, Weight 0.54 kg
* Removable Blade Yes
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#1
a great 80's item.
#2
topbloke77;6652132
a great 80's item.


That is BRILLIANT for cutting even thin slices of fresh homebaked bread, that no other method I am aware of can beat.
Hopeless for carving meat though, not that I bought it for that.

I have had one for a couple of years, it wasn't anything NEAR this price then though, about 7 quid if I remember
#3
nihcaj
That is BRILLIANT for cutting even thin slices of fresh homebaked bread, that no other method I am aware of can beat.
Hopeless for carving meat though, not that I bought it for that.

I have had one for a couple of years, it wasn't anything NEAR this price then though, about 7 quid if I remember

Anybody tried the click and collect?
#4
troubleatmill;6662125
Anybody tried the click and collect?


The what?
No click & collect at Tesco.

You order, pay, and wait for it to be delivered to the store, usually after 4pm the next day, IF you get the order in early enough, before Noon, I think.

Nothing like Comet or Currys where you pick it up in an hour, the same day.

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