No Stress Electric Carving Knife - Judge Cookware

Now I must admit I've always been a bit scared of electric carving knives plus I've never thought they were really necessary and that I could do just as good a job with a good sharp knife.

But after testing this one from Judge Cookware I've been converted and have decided an electric knife is the way to go.

I used it to carve the Sunday roast chicken and getting nice thin slices was effortless; this is going to be great for carving the turkey at Christmas.

Check out my video to see it in action!
Apologies for the video being not too amazing quality; turns out we had the video camera on the worst quality setting but as I didn't have another chicken to carve I will soon record another and replace this one.



I find really fresh bread is always a problem to slice, but this Judge Electric Carving Knife made short work and it was easy to get slices of even thickness.


Electric Knife

It's simple to operate; the on/off button and a blade-release button are clearly positioned on the handle which is comfortable to hold.  The blades are dishwasher safe.

The 150-160w motor is strong enough and the dual, serrated, stainless steel blades carve and slice effortlessly giving expert results every time.

Judge’s domestic electrical guarantee covers the knife for two years.

Model number JEA76 Judge Electric Carving Knife has an ASP of £29.40

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Disclosure:  I was sent the Judge Electric Carving Knife to review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  As always I was not required to write anything positive.

2 comments

  1. It looks great and easy. I always thought a sharp knife would be ok too. Trouble is, where to put it?

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