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Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 10-Inch Serrated Bread/Slicing Knife
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- 10-inch bread knife; serrated edge; slices cleanly through crusty breads and other foods
- High-carbon 420 stainless-steel blade resists rust and stains; exclusive Taper Grind edge stays sharp and is easy to re-sharpen
- Full-tang blade extends from tip of knife to end of handle, lends balance and weight
- Ergonomic, contoured handle made of solid walnut, secured by triple-compression brass rivets
- Classic styling; hand wash only; covered by lifetime warranty
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Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 10-Inch Serrated Bread Knife/Slicer Knife includes 1-Each 10-Inch serrated bread /slicer knife.Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition collection features the classic styling of beautiful wood handles. Our exclusive Taper Grind™ edge technology stays sharper longer and is easy to resharpen. High-carbon stainless steel blades resist stains and rust for lasting beauty. Triple compression brass rivets hold the handles securely to blade for safety and stability.
Top Customer Reviews
As for the price, it might have been OK back when these were produced in the USA, but today they are not, and given the above, it's simply ridiculous. I would feel ripped off paying $5 for this knife, let alone what's being charged here.
Save your money and your time returning this thing - don't buy it.
After 6 or so months, the blade on the newer SP has started to rust higher up on the heel (not the edge). Then, the middle of the three rivets fell out, like it was made of substandard brass or something. Note that I treat my knives like my dad taught me--handwash only, dry the blade, never store wet. And I used it only infrequently in the dorm (unlike the original utility knife which we used nearly daily at home and is holding up fantastically).
My understanding is that World Kitchen acquired the CC name in 2003, moving manufacturing from Milwaukee, WI (USA) to somewhere in China. That would be OK if the newer knife held up even half as well.
To World Kitchen's credit, however, they are honoring the lifetime warranty and sending out a replacement. The fact that they completely stand behind their product does speak volumes for their customer service, so +1 star from my original 2 star ranking. They also recommended using Barkeeper's friend on the blade to remove the rust, sending a sample with the knife. If the replacement holds up well, I will revisit and raise my rating.
I've been using these Chicago Cutlery paring knives for more than 20 years. I like them because they're well-balanced, sharpen well and hold an edge just as well as the higher-priced ones I've tried. Twenty years of dishwashering has bleached the handles a bit, but other than that, they're doing great. Best paring knives I've found.
Update Apr 2017: I initially gave these knives a 5-star rating because I had such good results with the 20-year-old knives. But then I bought a bunch of new knives. Sadly, the current generation isn't nearly as good as the old ones. They seem to be low-carbon steel and don't hold an edge very well. I can no longer recommend them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This knife is so dull as to be unusable
Repeated sharpening did not convince it to hold an edge