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Wusthof Classic 6-Inch Sandwich Knife


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  • Thin, narrow blade with flared tip best for slicing sandwiches, meat, fruit
  • 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
  • Lifetime guarantee

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Wusthof Classic 6-Inch Sandwich Knife + Wusthof Classic 3-1/2-Inch Paring Knife
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 9.5 x 4.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005MEGT
  • Item model number: 4522-7/16
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,767 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

4522-7/16 Features: -Blade Dimension 6''.-Forged From One Piece Of Specially Tempered High Carbon Steel To Ensure Outstanding Strength.-Extraordinary Sharpness Which Is Easy To Maintain.-Special Alloyed Steel.-Seamless, Hygienic Fit Of Handle.-Triple-Riveted, Full Tang Synthetic Handle.-Dishwasher Safe, But Hand-Washing Recommended.-Lifetime Guarantee.-Made in Solingen, Germany.

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My husband loves this knife.
Rosalie Ellis
The shape, length and weight of this slightly slimmer blade as well as the overall balance in my hand are perfect for me.
Maryiat
This is the perfect knife for those in-between jobs.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Halem on August 21, 2001
I just added this knife to my Wusthof collection. I arrived extremely sharp, and is nice for semi-fine work. Activities like dicing shallots, which are too small for a large 8 inch knife and to big for a paring knife, are nice with this knife. Be careful though, the tip of the blade is quite thin, and will not stand up to abuse.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Maryiat on January 16, 2007
My old favorite for almost 30 years was the 6" chef's knife until this one moved in a year ago.

One reviewer opined that the 4" and 8" blades take care of either end of the spectrum, so who needs this knife? Me. Think of it as a broad spectrum knife! I use it and skip the 4" and 8" knives. Even though the other knives are available, this is the one I go for most of the time. I also prefer it to our beautiful Santoku knife.

Another reviewer thought it too expensive. Well, not when it's my favorite knife! It's a comfortable and capable tool, with an edge that won't quit. The shape, length and weight of this slightly slimmer blade as well as the overall balance in my hand are perfect for me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeff in Colorado on June 10, 2009
My most used knife in the kitchen in my Wusthof 4" paring knife. The next most used knife is my Wusthof 6 3/8" Sandwich knife. This knife stays incredably sharp. It's blade is thinner than most other knives in its size, including the Henkle. The blade taper starts almost from the very edge. These two factors helps it slice through what you are cutting easier that thicker knives. I have found the blade thickness to be a very big factor when cutting. I have Henkle knives also, but they do not hold their edge anywhere as long as my Wuthof knives. My teenage kids refer to this Wusthof knife as the "death knife" because it is always so sharp, and scarry to them. I use it for cutting bread (works better than a serrated knife), vegtables, mellons, and carving meats. The only use I have for my 8" knife is lettuce and carving turkeys. I get much more use out of this 6" knife. I never use my knives as a screew driver or to pry anything, so the thinness is not a problem. Wusthof knives last a life time and are worth every cent you pay for them.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D on March 21, 2002
There are really two main competitors in the high-end mainstream kitchen knife market: Henckels and Wusthof. Those who have used both usually have a preference. My preference (and therefore bias you should know about) is for the Wusthofs.
The Wusthof Classic line is the more conservative counterpart to the Grand Prix line. The only difference, however, is the handle style. I personally prefer the Grand Prix, but this is an issue of personal preference. The balance and grip of these knives are as close to perfect as I have found. For those wondering what benefits a higher priced knife provides, one benefit is that the blade (or tang) is one piece all the way through the handle. This makes the blade much stronger, and less likely to snap.
This particular model is the 6 inch sandwich knife. I don't find this knife to be particularly useful in everyday usage. The 8 inch chef's knife, or 4 ½ inch utility knife work just fine for jobs on either end of the spectrum. Do you really need this expensive of a knife to cut baloney? I don't.
Don't get me wrong; this is a good high quality knife. However, for the mainstream chef, I think its usage will be minimal, and thus it is overkill.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By W. Bradford on July 13, 2006
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I bought this knife for my dad a few weeks ago (for fathers' day). He uses it almost exclusively in place of his older knives now! The 6-inch design is a perfect length for almost any job, too.

When I was researching, a good number of people said that it was not multi-functional enough to be worth the price. I found that the knife definitely has some things it does better than others, but it still does a fine job cutting vegetables; the taller blade does optimize it for sandwiches and such, but does great with many utility knife jobs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MD on September 8, 2008
I love this knife and do not think it is just for sandwiches! I use this for cutting everything, and I find it much more easier to handle than a chef's/cook's knife. It is bigger than a paring knife, and yet handles like one, so it is perfect slicing things like cheese, apples and yes, sandwiches.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Barry S. on January 24, 2014
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I bought my daughter a set of three Wusthof knives for x-mas and she just loves them! She's an avid cook and is into aquiring the best kitchen equipment she can. Wusthof is arguably the best knives made on the planet and after some use she's very happy. The steel is top notch and very sharp and will stay that way for a long time. Just don't let steel bang against steel. It would dull very quickly. Wusthof says you can put these in the dishwasher but I wouldn't. Too harsh over the long run. These knives are built to pass on down to generations yet to come. Please don't buy on my word alone. They cost a lot. Research! I've owned Wusthof for years and can back up my opinions with personal experience.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Margaret R Muller on August 30, 2013
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This is the perfect size knife for me. I use it for everything. I also have the 8" classic, 3 1/2 and 4 " paring.
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