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Wusthof 4109-7 Classic 5-Inch Tomato Knife

4.9 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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  • Serrated blade cuts through ripe tomatoes, fresh rolls, bagels and even hard salami
  • Forged, high-carbon stainless steel blade, hand-honed for razor-like sharpness
  • Traditional-style composition handle is triple-riveted for strength and permanence
  • Dishwasher safe
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  Whether it's for salads or sandwiches, the Wusthof Classic 5 in. Tomato Knife helps you cut tomatoes as you desire. Perfect for slicing, its serrated blade cuts through tomatoes and other fruits effortlessly. A forked tip makes this knife versatile in the kitchen. In addition, an ergonomic, triple-riveted handle ensures a firm grip. Forged in Germany, this knife's blade is hand-honed to enhance its sharpness. Its high-carbon, stainless steel blade is extremely sharp and easy to re-sharpen, using sharpening steel.   About Wusthof Since their humble beginnings in 1814, the Wusthof family business has adhered to the same basic set of principles regarding their products. Their Trident logo is a representation of these principles, a symbol of form, function, and uncompromising quality. Today, Wusthof stands firm behind a strong line of products, including an assortment of more than 350 forged knives, as well as cutting boards, knife blocks, kitchen tools, and scissors, all of which are produced by dedicated workers at state-of-the-art facilities in Solingen, Germany. Forged from a single sheet of steel for maximum strength. Ergonomic synthetic handle in traditional design. Fork tip serrations crush-free cut through firm foods. Dishwasher-safe. Tomato knife blade measures 5 inches in length.

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  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.8 x 1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00005MEGP
  • Item model number: 4109-7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,838 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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When I began collecting Wüsthof-Trident Classic knives twenty years ago, I chose the basics first: cook's knives, parers, slicers, utility knives, steak knives, boning & filet knives. I acquired them one or two at a time, always on sale, because this cutlery has been an expensive investment. When Wüsthof added a tomato knife to this line, I bought it even though I wasn't sure if I would like it or use it a lot. Now I recommend this 5-inch tomato knife to everyone. Its serrated edge hasn't needed sharpening ever, and it cuts, slices, dices, and chops fresh tomatoes so quickly. The forked tip is great for taking out the stem ends of tomatoes. I've never used my tomato knife on anything other than tomatoes, which is why I think it has stayed so sharp. I use my 8-inch serrated bread knife for slicing bagels and breads, and my 5-inch serrated utility knife for cutting citrus and other fruit. Also, I hand-wash and dry this knife and keep it stored in a wooden block.
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You don't have to be a gourmet cook or have your own TV show to find good use for this knife. Anyone who has ever needed to make neat slices of ripe tomato in a hurry and ended up wishing that he or she had sharpened all the knives _yesterday_ is a person who will appreciate the ease with which this knife does the job. Anybody who has ever resorted to slicing tomatoes and/or fingers with a bread knife is going to love this knife.

It's use is not limited to tomatoes; I use my knives for whatever I please, and I use this one for slicing all sorts of foods that are too soft for easy even cutting. Ripe peaches, soft cheeses--that sort of thing; it's not big enough and it's too sharp to be really safe as a bread knife.

If you are peeling the tomatoes, though, you may want a straight-edged paring knife of some sort; this serrated blade doesn't do the neatest job on that part unless you make a work of art out of it. It doesn't bother me, because I never peel tomatoes unless I'm cooking them.

I know it's heresy and not classy at all, but I put it in the dishwasher. I lay it by itself on the top rack, so that nothing will knock against it; I wash all my good knives that way, and some of them are over twenty years old and still look good and hold an edge, so why not? Life's too short to spend it hand washing things that are clearly said to be dishwasher safe.
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This knife is incredibly sharp. I didn't think that I would like a speciality knife, but this is very versitile. I like the "forks" on the tip to pick up the tomato slices, or pickles or onions. Very smooth cutting, but be careful it is very sharp.
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While this is a good knife, I would normally of given it 4 stars, the single bevel grind on this knife basically ruins any advantage this knife has for the left handed person.
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I always thought a knife was a just a knife. But this tomato kinfe really does make cutting tomatoes a pleasure. No more wondering if the slices will come out nice. Works nice on mozzarella too!
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This knife slices through tomatoes easily and makes me wish that instead of buying the substandard Cutco knives from my daughter's friend that I would have just bought more of this brand. Wusthof is excellent quality and I will buy more of this brand.
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i had no idea that tomato had its own knife, its a bit pricey. but it works like a champ, u never need another knife, this is for ever, i have had it for about 18 months now
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This knife works as advertised and is a fine knife in-and-of-itself; however, I find that the Wusthof Classic 5-Inch Serrated Utility Knife ends up being a better tomato knife primarily because the pointed tip (as opposed to the forked tip on this one) makes short work of cutting out the rough core where the tomato was attached to the vine. The forked tip of this knife seemed like a useful feature and was the primary reason that I purchased it but in reality it has never lived up to its perceived usefulness.
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