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  • Serrated for slicing bread
  • High-tech welded, high-carbon stainless-steel blade
  • Black synthetic, three-rivet full-tang handle
  • Made in Germany
  • Lifetime warranty
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Dimensions 1 inches x 17 inches x 3 inches 1 inches x 13 inches x 1 inches 0.75 inches x 12.75 inches x 1.5 inches 1 inches x 12 inches x 1.5 inches
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J A Henckels Knives Professional S Series 8" Bread Knife 31026 203 - Professional 'S' knives feature the finest Henckels' blades, along with a two-piece handle held in place with three stainless steel rivets, for a sturdy, traditional look and feel. These knives are made in Solingen, Germany, and are forged, not stamped. Blade density is improved using Henckels' FRIODUR ice-hardening process, which provides a sharper initial edge for easier maintenance over time. Larger knives are crafted using Henckels' exclusive Sinternal Component Technology, which fuses blade, bolster and tang into a single, seamless piece for precision, easy handling, and balance. Part of the Professional 'S' series, this knife is made of high-carbon stainless steel and precision-honed, with a laser-controlled edge, a balanced super-bolster, and a full tang that extends all the way through the handle. Made in Germany, Lifetime Warranty. Precision-honing makes the knives sharper for longer than tradtional knives Triple riveted novodur handles are durable, strong, smooth, comfortable, and perfectly balanced Dishwasher safe, although not recommended Lifetime Warranty

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A crusty loaf yields easily to this tough knife, whose serrations are big enough to rate--in knife-speak--as "scallops." Classic three-rivet handles distinguish Pro S from Henckels's other quality lines, TwinStar, Five Star, and Four Star. Pro S handles are heavier and its knives less weight-forward. The steel used in the Pro S line is identical to that of the Five and Four Star lines. High-tech welding of larger knives combines three steel types into what appears to be a single piece, so a knife's parts have distinct characteristics: a hard edge; a strong, stain-resistant bolster; a stain- and corrosion-resistant tang. Traditionalists insist on single-piece forging for strength, but Henckels says the invisible welds are actually stronger than the steel. While this bread knife is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. --Fred Brack

From the Manufacturer

The J.A. Henckels Twin Professional S (or Pro S) knife series features trustworthy quality and classic three-rivet styling--it’s a line of knives admired by both professional chefs and home cooks of all skill levels. The Twin Pro S line contains knives for all tasks, including the following open stock knife types: parer, bread, peeling, sandwich, utility, carving, steak, chef’s, Granton edge slicer, santoku, and others. Twin Pro S knives are also available in a range of block sets and gift sets, to be sure that your cutlery needs are covered.

A Reliable Standard in Knife Construction

Twin Pro S knives are precision forged from a single piece of exclusive-formula, high-carbon, no-stain steel under the all-new Sigmaforge standard. As a result, Twin Pro S knives have improved quality consistency, lasting sharpness, and perfect geometry. Sigmaforge one-piece construction also provides high precision and improved stability of the blade and steel structure, thus improving cutting-edge retention for lasting sharpness. In addition, Twin Pro S knives use J.A. Henckels’s Friodur ice hardening for corrosion resistance, a process that also contributes to cutting-edge retention.

An Ergonomic Handle for Easier Use

J.A. Henckels’s Twin Pro S knives boast a comfortable, ergonomic three-rivet handle design that won’t wear against the hand and helps to provide control when doing any cutting task. These durable Novodur handles are perfectly bonded to the full tang on each knife for stability and durability. The impeccably balanced super bolster provides weight and adds balance for safer and more professional cutting.

Features

  • Sigmaforge one-piece precision-forged construction: Provides perfect geometry, high precision, and improved stability of the blade and steel structure, thus improving cutting-edge retention for lasting sharpness.
  • Laser-controlled edge: Is sharper and stays sharper longer. Has a more consistent blade angle.
  • Friodur ice hardening: Maximum no-stain properties and more blade strength. Improved resistance to corrosion and pitting.
  • Super bolster: Provides weight, insures safety, and adds balance.
  • Full visible tang construction: Provides proper balance and greater strength.
  • High-carbon no-stain steel, an exclusive J.A. Henckels formula: Nonstaining, nonrusting.
  • Precision honed: Is sharper and stays sharper longer.
  • Triple-riveted Novodur handles: Durable, strong, and smooth, these comfortable handles are perfectly balanced.
  • Dishwasher-safe: Easy care (though hand washing is recommended by J.A. Henckels).
  • Full warranty: J.A. Henckels stands behind all its knives.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 3 x 1 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00004RFLN
  • Item model number: 31026-203
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,538 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "drpunkass" on December 30, 2000
I may use my Chef's knife everyday, but I use this knife every other day--more often than one would think. This isn't just a bread knife, but a heavy-duty serious serrated utility knife, the best thing to cut super-thin tomato slices or anything with a skin, like sausage.
The triple rivet handles are classic and the construction is neigh-on flawless--I look forward to having my children (currently not even a gleam in my eye) inherit these in the same condition they're in now.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Schouten on February 13, 2009
After purchasing three other Henckels Pro S Knives (non-serrated) and being satisfied with the quality, we purchased this bread knife assuming the expense would be worth it. BUYER BEWARE. We only used this knife on bread and pastry, always used a cutting board and hand washed it. But after only a couple months use, the serrations not only bent out of shape, but very small fissures, almost like cracks, appeared in the blade. The blade was so jagged the dishcloth would hook on the blade and it was putting little holes in my dishtowels. I packaged it back up in the original packaging and sent it to the Henckels customer relations department, assuming that this reputable company would stand behind the product. But five weeks later I received my knife in the mail with a message that simply said the knife needed professional sharpening. PLUS, they had thrown away the original packaging I had saved specifically in case I ever needed to send the knife in and make use of the warranty, and instead they sent the knife back to me in a cheap disposable plastic sleeve. The fissures in the blade were too deep for sharpening to get out without completely grinding it away. So I tried calling the Customer Relations department THREE times. All times I had to leave messages that were never returned. And beware, it is difficult to find a sharpening service that will sharpen a serrated knife. I could only find places I would have to mail it out to again that said they would try it. I finally took it to my local butcher shop who said they would try to sharpen it but couldn't guarantee I'd be happy with the finished product as the blade was in such beat up condition. By the time they filed out most of the nicks and cracks the tips of the serrations had been filed almost completely away.Read more ›
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 16, 2003
A fine knife for most bread but when cutting large, tough loaves it has trouble "finishing" off the bottom of the crust. A better design is a knife with a slight curve, and sure enough Henckels has one of those as well. If you like hearty, thick crusted bread, then spend a few more dollars and buy the 9" instead.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PS on June 6, 2005
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Excellent ability to cut breads. Only drawback is that it's a bit too long for our knife block. Just double check on the length of your knife block if this concerns you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Dennis on August 23, 2001
They shouldn't call this a bread knife, they should call it the Everything knife. The ultra-sharp steel saws through just about everything...I use it as my carving knife for meats, and it has held up without any problems for more than two years so far.
The design is beautiful, the weight has a solid, heavy feeling, and you can wash them in the dishwasher. This is a classic design that will last for years and years.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Poppet on December 23, 2003
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When I was washing the knife I noticed that the fine edge on the serrations had bent over to the non-scalloped side of the blade. I guess i found this a little irritating since i spent a fortune on this knife. It cuts bread fine, but i would not purchase again if i had the choice.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Futchko on May 5, 2003
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What can you really say about Henckels knives? Only that they are the best on the market. As such you'd expect to see a 5star rating, however the reason it only attained 4 from me is because of one minor incident.
The first time I used the knife it was on a very hard crusted loaf from Panera that decided to not have them slice because i wanted to play with the new addition to my collection. The Henckles made quick work of the loaf as expected. When I was washing the knife I noticed that the fine edge on the serrations had bent over to the non-scalloped side of the blade. Nothing visiable, but you could feel them when running your fingers over them. A swipe or two with the honing steel from the back and a few twisting pulls in each scallop from the other side trued the folds straight again.
Honestly its a little my fault too for taking it straight to this "rock" before breaking it in a little first. Not that Henckels need to be broken in, but you know what I mean.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 10, 2012
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The knife performs as anticipated. So far nothing in the Pro S line has let me down. But, I feel I'm missing 2 inches of blade somewhere. Often the diameter of my homemade loaves exceed the practical length of the blade. I would have preferred a longer 10 inch blade. Unfortunately, I did not find one available in the Pro S series. I don't plan to move away from the Pro S line. I'm sure there's a 10" blade available as it would only make sense. Great blade, just not quite enough of it.
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