MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl

MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl

MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl

MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The Masterlon company states, over several lines of text, that they do not use knife jargon to describe their high-quality kitchen knives. Yes, it is a great knife, but we kitchen geeks (you know who you are) are not satisfied with simply using and enjoying a product. This is my first knife of this Santoku style. My workhorse knife is a 10” Wusthof chef’s knife that I’ve used for over twenty years. I used to demonstrate and sell several brands of knives in upscale retail stores, and I was given the knife for my work. So, I did some research on Santoku style knives. First off, I discovered that real, true Santoku knives have a bevel on only one side of the blade. This knife, and most similar knives, have a double bevel. This type of knife is more accurately called a “Gyuto,” and I’m so satisfied knowing that. Also, this knife has little dents on both sides of the blade to aid in allowing the cut food to slip off the blade. This is called a Granton edge. This knife, a 7” blade, weighs 6.28 ounces; my 10” chef’s knife weighs 9.56 ounces.I have now used my new knife for several slicing tasks and find that the actual technique is not too different from a French-style chef’s knife. You slide and slice. The handle invites the proper grip with the thumb and finger very close to the bolster, that thick part where the blade joins the handle. Knife geeks will be happy to know that the knife balances on my finger at the bolster. My new knife is very comfortable to hold and did a wonderful job making thin slices of tomato. The knife comes with a sturdy blade protector, and it would be a wise idea to use it, both to protect the blade, and your fingers.Seriously, this is a fantastic knife at a fantastic price.fort worth mall,max 54% off,charlotte mallMASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl
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  • Proven workmanship: premium crafted and razor sharp high carbon stainless steel blade well balanced for extraordinary performance Made by Professional manufacturer with years of experience
  • Solid grip: ergonomic triple rivet wooden handle provides solid and comfortable grip when cutting plus ensuring the blade is secured to the handle
  • Stunning design: Extra sharp blade for long lasting performance with a beautiful natural wood grain design handle and blade cover for Extra protection when not in use adds style and refinement to any kitchen
  • Perfect for all task: made from a single piece of premium stainless steel the bread knife with its long serrated blade is ideal for cutting bread, cakes, and sometimes meat, poultry, and seafood. They are designed in a way that allows you to saw through the bread without pushing down or squishing it.
  • Designed for everyday use: one piece blade and handle core seamless design helps eliminate food and dirt pockets
  • Lifetime : Limited lifetime against manufacturing defects. 30 day return Policy If unhappy with product or packaging
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Size:8" Bread Knife

Masterpan Is committed to making a no-nonsense range of great quality professional kitchen knives under their MASTERLON brand at an affordable price that can be used and loved by not only professional chefs but average home cooks as well. We have an entire range of different amazingly sharp knives all with comfortable, non-slip, ergonomic handles that are sure to cater to all your cutting needs. We do not believe in using fancy words or descriptions such as “3-step method”, “12 Degree edges”, “mirror polished cutting angle”, “67-layer”, “liquid nitrogen tempered”, “military grade handle”, “Full tang”, “semi-stiff blade”, Yada, Yada, Yada, to sugar coat our products. You do not need a blade that is going to split a hair in half, what you need is a sharp enough blade that will slice and dice all foods effortlessly which is what all our knives will do. By cutting out all this unnecessary jargon and the age old tradition of multiple Middleman and retailers We Contract manufacture all our knives directly with quality manufacturers and then sell them straight to you at an affordable price. Simply put – amazing quality at affordable pricing. All you need to know – the important key features The handle – curved, non-slip, sturdy and ergonomic the edge - ideal for cutting all kinds of breads, cakes, and even meats, poultry and seafood the blade – non-reactive, high-carbon, corrosion resistant, 100% food grade, stainless Steel The cover – includes protective blade cover for safe storage when not in use


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MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl

MASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The Masterlon company states, over several lines of text, that they do not use knife jargon to describe their high-quality kitchen knives. Yes, it is a great knife, but we kitchen geeks (you know who you are) are not satisfied with simply using and enjoying a product. This is my first knife of this Santoku style. My workhorse knife is a 10” Wusthof chef’s knife that I’ve used for over twenty years. I used to demonstrate and sell several brands of knives in upscale retail stores, and I was given the knife for my work. So, I did some research on Santoku style knives. First off, I discovered that real, true Santoku knives have a bevel on only one side of the blade. This knife, and most similar knives, have a double bevel. This type of knife is more accurately called a “Gyuto,” and I’m so satisfied knowing that. Also, this knife has little dents on both sides of the blade to aid in allowing the cut food to slip off the blade. This is called a Granton edge. This knife, a 7” blade, weighs 6.28 ounces; my 10” chef’s knife weighs 9.56 ounces.I have now used my new knife for several slicing tasks and find that the actual technique is not too different from a French-style chef’s knife. You slide and slice. The handle invites the proper grip with the thumb and finger very close to the bolster, that thick part where the blade joins the handle. Knife geeks will be happy to know that the knife balances on my finger at the bolster. My new knife is very comfortable to hold and did a wonderful job making thin slices of tomato. The knife comes with a sturdy blade protector, and it would be a wise idea to use it, both to protect the blade, and your fingers.Seriously, this is a fantastic knife at a fantastic price.fort worth mall,max 54% off,charlotte mallMASTERLON Triple Rivet Collection Bread Knife Stainless Steel Bl