Rival Meat Slicer - Inexpensive and efficient
It's a 75-watt electric unit that gives you deli-thin slices of meat. It's a plastic unit, easy to clean. The blade is a 6.5" stainless steel blade. This fold-up model allows for multiple sizes of slices. Get your ham or roast beef the perfect thickness for sandwiches, dinner plates, or whatever. When you're done with it, it folds for convenient storage.
If you're making jerky, using this inexpensive meat slicer will make the task a lot easier. You'll get the job done quickly, and with uniform slices, your strips of beef, turkey, venison, etc., will dry evenly.
Buying deli meat at the supermarket or butcher usually costs 2-3 times more. If you want to live frugally, one of the best ways to save money is to buy your meat whole and on sale. Slice it yourself, and you can cut your bill in half or more.
Inexpensive, Fold-Up Slicer
If you don't want to spend a lot of money, this is the best meat slicer you can find for under $50. In fact, most kitchen slicers start at about $100, so consider that when you shop. You get what you pay for, so don't expect professional grade, stainless steel for such a low price. However, this is a product that will last if you don't need to use it on a daily basis. And, like any decent slicer, it's an effective electric bread slicer too, perfect if you bake your own bread.