Farberware Pro Forged Bread Knife with Clear Sheath, 8-Inch
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- Strong, durable stainless steel blades
- Triple riveted handle
- Weighted and balanced for optimal control
- Razor sharp blades
- Lifetime limited warranty
- Farberware is the #1 selling cutlery brand in the U.S. (Source: The NPD Group, Inc./Retail Tracking Service. 52 weeks ending March 2016)
- This knife features high-carbon stainless steel blades which ensure the blades retain their ultra-sharp edge longer than conventional stainless steel
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Farberware Open Stock Knives bring Function, Precision, and Design to Cutlery
Blades that Handle your Toughest Jobs
- Each knife is weighted for exceptional balance and control
- All handles are ergonomically designed
- Blades are offered in high carbon stainless steel, ceramic, and resin coated
Each knife is carefully designed and engineered by a team of experts.
Each knife goes through extensive testing and inspections to ensure it's safety.
Knives are designed to handle all your cutting tasks.
Usage and Care for your Farberware Knives
Proper Use of Knives
Farberware knives are extremely sharp. Great for slicing, cutting, chopping, dicing, and more. Proper use of your knives will help to ensure you get the most out of your cutlery for years to come.
Proper use comes with choosing the right knife. If you grab the same knife each time, regardless of what you're cutting, you're making your cooking prep harder than it needs to be. The right knife makes a big difference in how you are able to cut.
Know your knives, and pick the one that's right for the job to avoid unnecessary bruising or damage to your food.
Practice the proper grip for maximum control. Practice a 'choke hold' grip; your hand should straddle the finger guard, or the ridge where the metal meets the handle, with your thumb and index finger grasping the flat edge of the blade. The hold balances the weight of the knife, so you have more control when chopping. For smaller blades like paring knives you can simply grab the handle.
Make sure you are cutting on a smooth cutting board that is resting on a flat surface. The more stable your surface is, the more efficiently and safely you'll be able to work.
Proper Care of Knives
Always wash your knives with warm soapy water and be sure to dry them right away. Do not put your knives in the dishwasher.
We suggest using wood, bamboo, or plastic cutting boards.
Avoid using a particular knife for the wrong task to prevent damage and ensure longevity.
Sharpen your knives or get your knives sharpened every 6 months or thereabouts.
Always store knives into a knife block or an organizer. Never throw them into a kitchen drawer with other objects.
Cut, Crush, Dice, Mince, Peel, and Slice
This multi-purpose knife is for chopping, dicing, and mincing all types of food. The chef’s knife features a stainless steel blade that holds a sharp edge and offers a soft nonslip handle that provides a comfortable grip.
This versatile knife is perfect for chopping, slicing, and dicing. The knife combines the features of both a chef's knife and cleaver. The knife features a stainless steel blade and a stamped, triple-riveted ergonomic grip.
This knife is ideal for cutting long and round loaves of bread. The pronounced serration on the long blade cuts through tough crusts without undue pressure. Strong, durable stainless steel for excellent edge retention.
These knives feature serrated forged stainless steel blades that cut easily through steak, roasts, and chops. The triple riveted handle with durable blades are perfectly balanced and weighted for ease of use.
Knives for Every Task in Your Kitchen
Serrated Utility Knife
This knife has a jagged, serrated edge, which is especially useful for cutting foods that have a hard crust, like bread, or a tough outer skin, like sausages or tomatoes.
This indispensable knife comes in handy for smaller precision tasks. It’s best used for peeling and trimming, but it can also be used for slicing and chopping fruits and veggies.
Fine Edge Utility Knife
The all-purpose knife can be used for multiple cutlery tasks. It is designed for comfort and efficiency. From chopping vegetables to slicing meat, the utility knife is ideal for everyday use.
The cleaver has an especially tough edge meant to withstand repeated blows directly into thick meat and dense cartilage and even bone. This resilience is accomplished by using softer steel and a thicker blade.
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Farberware is the #1 selling cutlery brand in the U.S. (Source: The NPD Group, Inc./Retail Tracking Service. 52 weeks ending March 2016). This knife features high-carbon stainless steel blades which ensure the blades retain their ultra-sharp edge longer than conventional stainless steel. Ergonomically designed handle perfectly balanced for comfort and control. Stainless Steel rivets secure the full tang blade to the handle for safety and security. Knives are not dishwasher safe. Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent; rinse and dry immediately..
Top customer reviews
Then you the exception to the rule: the paring knife. In all my years of cooking at home and in restaurants, I have never witnessed someone use a paring knife without cutting towards their thumb.
I enjoy hiking and biking and wanted a reliable knife for apple slicing during rest stops. Nothing beats a granny smith for my taste buds. So I went on a hunt for the perfect paring knife.
Qualities I was looking for where: stainless steel, hefty handle, and ease of cleaning. This little guy from Faberware fits this to a tee.
The plastic handle is attached to a full tang blade, providing excellent heft and ease of cleaning. Moisture tends to accumulate at the juncture of most blade to hilt set ups, the design of this knife helps to reduce that issue, thereby inhibiting corrosion. I know, I know, but stainless steel doesn't rust you say. Well it does, it tends to be rust resistant but not rust proof. The ease of cleaning this little bad boy helps keep it rust free.
With the full tang, force transfer from palm to the cutting edge is smoother and allows for better control of the cut. This is essential when learning to avoid self amputation of your opposable digit. (Oh how I love my thumbs) The design of the handle itself rests comfortably in the cradle of your palm allowing excellent feedback as you slice off your little piece of fruit deliciousness.
Now there are "cheaper" versions by Farberware and more expensive versions (to include the ceramic paring knives). I own a cheaper Faberware product where the blade fits into the handle rather than being the handle, and... it rusted (see? stainless steel rusts). I considered a ceramic one for about as long as it took to remember that I tend to drop things. Ceramic, being very hard, can have an excellent edge... it also is way more brittle than stainless steel. I could bike 30 mph downhill full on into a guy in a bear suit and stainless steel would survive the wreckage... ceramic not so much.
For quality and price this paring knife is an amazing deal. AND you get a handy sheath that fits snugly and pretty securely for bouncing around in my backpack all day. (Although when putting it in, I first tried it how it "looked" right, and it didn't work nearly as well as flipping it over and sliding it in the other way. I'm told that works for many things in life not just this knife.)
The second one I bought for the kitchen works great too :)