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Wusthof Gourmet 10-Inch Serrated Confectioner's Knife

3.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • 10-inch confectioner's knife with rounded tip and serrated blade
  • Stamped from a single piece of high-carbon stainless steel
  • Synthetic polypropylene handle riveted for durability
  • Precisely tapered blade; made in Germany; hand wash for best results
  • Measures approximately 15 by 1-1/2 by 1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Description

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A moderately priced companion to Wüsthof's renowned Classic forged knives, this Gourmet series 10-inch bread knife slices through the largest crusty loaves. It has the same full-tang, three-rivet, virtually indestructible poly handle as Classic knives. Instead of being forged, however, Gourmet series blades are cut from steel sheets by precision lasers. That means they have no bolsters. But it also means they are perfectly shaped and fit their handles seamlessly. And the blades' high-carbon stainless steel is identical to that of Wüsthof's premium knives, only thinner. The knife is dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is recommended to protect its edge. --Fred Brack

Product Information

Product Dimensions 17.7 x 3.1 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight 14.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Department unisex
Manufacturer Wusthof
ASIN B0000631ZN
Item model number 4517
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3.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #245,008 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#198 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Bread & Serrated Knives > Serrated Utility Knives
Date first available at Amazon.com March 12, 2002

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By D. BUCKLEY on August 18, 2004
I purchased this knife as my old bread knife was a bit too short to slice home baked bread using a breville slicing guide. They call it a crust-buster, and boy that is exactly what it does. Goes through a loaf like a hot knife through butter.

Fabulous tool - recommended.
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Firstly, this works very well, cuts crusty bread with no strife or strain. Just the way it ought to be. So full points for effectiveness. I quite liked the way it dealt with a crusty baguette, for example.

Note that you're not getting a top of the line Wusthof knife here (the Gourmet line is definitely 2nd tier): the handle looks a bit cheap compared to high-end knives, and it has a half tang (the tang is full length, but half-width). The steel looks and cuts fine, but I suspect that it might not last well under heavy use,

A few "obvious" things to note: (1) This is a very long blade (it really is a full 10 inches), so you will need a knife block that is built for such blades. (2) The instructions do say that you can use a steel to reset the edge when needed. (3) A serrated edge can mangle a cutting board, so be careful if you're using your fancy (expensive) block.
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I had been reluctant to spend money for a knife used for just cutting bread but now that I own one, I wish I had done it a long time ago. It works wonderful with bread but it's great for bagels, tomatoes and anything that needs slicing. Well worth the money.
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I already have a good 8-inch bread knife but this longer Wusthof confectioner's knife does a specialized job for occasional use. It is practical for cutting pans of candy, cakes, and oversize breads. That is all I needed. From the many enthusiastic reviews I expected a sharper knife although it is certainly good for what it costs. But IMO, despite the Wusthof name and called "gourmet," it is not something exceptional. We usually get what we pay for. I still recommend it.

The most encouraging aspect of this knife is its longevity as testified to by several long time users here on Amazon. I like that it has earned a strong base of fans.
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I got this knife at a lightening deal price for about $50; easily the most expensive knife that I have ever purchased. I bought it because my old knife did not do well in making thin slices off of dense whole wheat bread. My old knife had dulled with time; I am not sure how anyone can sharpen scalloped bladed bread knife blades. In anycase, this Wusthof knife is very sharp and cuts wonderfully. Be careful where you put your fingers that hold the bread while slicing, it is easy to knick your fingers.
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What did I do before? Essential if you bake crusty breads. Slice as thin as you like. Cuts the same after a year's use. Consider getting an edge guard to protect the edge and your fingers when stored in your knife drawer.
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We have been sawing our bread for years with our old serrated knife, so when we got this knife we were amazed at how easy it was to slice our bread with a couple of strokes. The only minor "downside" to acquiring this knife was it didn't fit in our old knifeblock, because it is so long, so we had to go buy a new one. Well worth the cost, both of the knife and the block.
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This bread knife has about the same height to it as a chef's knife. The edge is wonderful. Consequently I can slice my homemade bread extremely thin without much effort. I slice my bread thinner than convential slices. When I make a sandwich, both slices together are slightly thicker than one slice of convential bread. I recommend this knife highly.
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