If you are looking for a review of all the best electric carving knives in the UK, you have found the right place.
We review all the latest and best electric carving knife UK models on the market, to give you peace of mind that you will be choosing the right product for your home.
Below, in the table, the electric carving knife reviews start with the most highly rated first, then descend accordingly. For people who are in a hurry, you can use the table. For people who want a more in-depth review, you can scroll further down the page, where we provide all the pro's and con's for each.
The best electric carving knife is the Electric Carving Knife By Russell Hobbs. We gave it a 5/5 star rating.
The Russell Hobbs Electric Carving Knife is a low-cost, popular model of electric carving knife. The only available colour is white. It is a corded knife which consumes 120 W of power.The cord wraps neatly and easily. Its serrated blades can be detached for cleaning. It has a comfort grip handle and intuitive thumb tip control button. The unit weighs 880 grams.
The Hobbs brand is known for its quality, style, and innovation and has a reputed history of more than fifty years. Purchase includes the knife, an instructional guide, and a manufacturer’s guarantee card. Buyers should be advised that operation should only be undertaken by those 14 and older with adult supervision, and the knife can only be purchased by anyone of the age of 18 or over.
READ NEXT: Top rated induction pan reviews
Second place goes to the Electric Knife with Durable Twin Stainless Steel Blades By Tower. We gave it a 4.5/5 star rating.
This Tower Electric Carving Knife is affordable and available for purchase for those 18 or older. An unsupervised child can sustain significant injury by using this automated knife. It is a corded model. The black body is thoughtfully designed; its ergonomic shape is easy on the hands. Further, it is low noise and vibration. It has a safety release and safety switch.
The removable stainless steel blades are dishwasher safe, making clean up simple. It consumes 180 W of power and weighs 798 grams. The purchase includes the knife, manual, and a three-year guarantee. Tower is a well-regarded company known for their kitchen products.
Third place goes to the Electric Ergonomic Knife By Judge. We gave it a 4/5 star rating.
If you are looking to get an electric knife that enables you to carve meat like a professional, the Wahl James Martin is the perfect solution. It is a multi-purpose electric knife that can be used to slice bread, carve meat and also cut through frozen food. It uses 150 watts which is powerful enough to cut through even tougher meals easily and safely. You can use this electric knife on your poultry and roasts.
The electric knife comes with a detachable handle made with rubber to provide total comfort when holding. You also get total control and safety when you start cutting through the meat. When you want to remove the handle for cleaning, there is a safety mechanism for blade removal. It is has dishwasher parts to easily clean it. The blade on this electric knife offers durable and high performance because it is made from stainless steel which maintains its sharpness.
READ NEXT: The best mini fridge you can buy
Fourth place goes to the 180 Watt Electric Knife By Quest. We gave it a 3.5/5 star rating.
This electric serrated carving knife will make your life in the kitchen easier.
It perfectly cuts your turkey, cooked meat, hot crusty bread, vegetables, and fruits to make a perfect sandwich for your loved one or self.
Fifth place goes to the 150 Watt Electric Knife By Wahl James Martin. We gave it a 3/5 star rating.
The Quest electric knife is a compact and lightweight product that is the perfect fit for every meat-craver out there. Made from 24cm stainless steel blades and an incredibly powerful 150w motor, this electric knife is definitely stronger than others of its type, making it easier to cut through roast meats or slice crusty rustic loaves. In spite of its powerful motor, the Quest electric knife is extremely quiet so it will not drown out your table conversation. Other features include a dual safety switch – which means the knife is incredibly safe and sturdy and will give you maximum protection and control – and an easy-to-clean design that is safe for dishwashers.
Sixth place goes to the Electric Sharp Bladed Knife By Judge. We gave it a 3/5 star rating.
This Judge Electric Carving Knife is reasonably affordable and available in the colourwhite.
This corded model has a 150 Watt motor and a sharp, serrated universal blade. The 780 gram appliance is ergonomically designed for comfort.
Operation is simple. There are buttons for power and blade release.
As with the other reviewed models, this knife is inappropriate for those under the age of 18.
Seventh place goes to the Electric Serrated Carving Knife By Geepas. We gave it a 3/5 star rating.
A dull knife doubles the effort required for any task. This Geepas electric carving knife is eficient, hassle-free and quick to carve through bread and meat.
You should consider adding an electric carving knife to your kitchen appliances.
An electric carving knife will easily cut your meat into pieces small enough to get heat through. You can use a meat thermometer to prove how fast the internal temperatures of the meat rise when they are in smaller pieces.
When your bagel slicer is unavailable, you can use an electric knife sharpener to make your carving knife sharp enough to slice your bagels. The sharp carving knife can also slice bread from your bread maker for use in the toaster. Here is a guide to making this necessary addition to your kitchen.
Popularised in the 1970’s, electric knives still hold a place in kitchens today. More so, current models are more precise, neater, and more versatile.
Outside of home use, they can quickly and effectively slice food for which you’d normally require a large carving knife. This makes them well-suited for parties, restaurants, catering, and any setting where time and presentation are important. Electric carving knives create neat, even slices in a short time. This fast-motion video shows you an electric carving knife in action.
Most electric carving knives are composed of two serrated blades that work together in a sawing motion. They’re electrically powered, cordless varieties would run on batteries or a rechargeable battery pack. Some models offer the capability to have both corded and cordless electric knife usage. This device eliminates the need for manual cutting, which without a sharp, capable knife and some degree of talent, is a formidable task.
The application of electric carving knives doesn’t end at food. Hobbyists also use them to cut through non-food items such as foam rubber and thin wood. Bakers can easily cut custom-sized dowels with an electric knife to be used to stablise tiered cakes. Further, wood-workers will find that electric knives cut through lightweight wood commonly used for small models and wooden toys. You can use an electric knife to cut foam to size for various pieces of upholstered furniture. Acoustic-tiles used to sound-proof rooms can similarly be cut to the appropriate dimensions. Some people find them useful for floral foam for decorations, pillow stuffing, and insulation modification. Electric carving knives are powerful enough to cut through thin PVC pipes and can help you quickly break down cardboard boxes for disposal or recycling.
To clean them, you can remove the knives and wash with warm soap and water.Replacement blades are available to ensure that you’ll always be cutting properly. Compared with high-quality knives, electric knives can be cheaper (and more effective) than using traditional knives. They also can be safer when trying to cut hardy and slippery foods. Despite their usefulness, electric carving knives aren’t made to be the only knives in your arsenal, rather they’re an affordable tool to get through difficult cutting jobs.
Electric carving knives are useful, but they can be godsend for people who have limited hand and wrist mobility. People who have arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome-type disorders, and injuries may find that their hands and wrists are less taxed by the automation of an electric carving knife, which eliminate the need for painful repetitive motions. Of course, one must weigh the benefit with the tendency of the electric carving knife to vibrate slightly coupled with the greater physical weight of the appliance in comparison to the weight of traditional knives.
Before shopping for an electric carving knives, you should review the various options/features available with respect to your needs. To do this, you should consider what uses you may have for the electric carving knife.
Do you eat a lot of meats that require frequent carving? Will you be using the appliance for non-food items? Will you be using the knife away from home and away from a power source? Do you prefer a small, lighter knife or a large, powerful one?
Electric carving knives come in corded and cordless varieties. Obviously, corded models are bound to stay close to an electric outlet.
The freedom of cutting in any location may drive you towards opting for a cordless carving knife variety, however you will be sacrificing some power. Additionally, a corded version is ready to use without the need for prior preparation. Alternatively, a cordless electric carving knife requires that you charge the knife for a set period of time before operating. Many people fail to anticipate this and do not have a working electric carving knife when required.
Most electric carving knives come standard with a blade for cutting meat. To get the most use out of this appliance, you may want to seek out a model that includes an additional bread knife. These are not interchangeable, you would want to use the meat blade for tougher items and the bread blade for softer items that are prone to collapsing under pressure. If you want both, seek out this specification. Beware that some models will include one, and charge extra for the inclusion of alternate blades. Some electric carving knives also come with wooden storage blocks. You should ascertain that the blades of the knife are removable and easy to clean.
When shopping for an electric carving knife, it is common to look at the specifications and features and make a decision without giving consideration to the handle. This is a mistake. After some time using it, your hand will feel the difference between a good quality ergonomic handle and a poorly-designed, awkward handle. Further, how the knife sits in your hand can determine how bothersome or tolerable the knife’s vibration is perceived on your hand and wrist. A badly-contoured electric knife can be a literal pain for its user. Look for a lightweight unit with limited vibration if this is a concern.
Safety is undoubtedly a concern for both manufacturers and users of electric carving knives. Most, if not all, of the reviewed knives caution against operation of the knife for anyone under the age of 18. Further, manufacturers have purposefully outfitted their knives with a number of safety mechanisms. From sheaths to protected on/off controls, these features promote safe, controlled use of the knives. However, this can also make the knife more difficult and awkward to use. Therefore, you must weigh the value of extra precaution with personal ease of use.
Hey, I'm Cath :) Iv'e got two beautiful young girls who mean the world to me. I used to be a head chef over at my local restaurant but I gave that up to look after my girls. I decided to put my culinary experience to use here by bringing that wealth of kitchen related knowledge and sharing it with you guys.