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Stone Series by Yaxell 9.5" Bread Knife

Stone Series by Yaxell 9.5" Bread Knife

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I paid well under $15.00 for a 12" Dexter bread knife. It has an unidentified stainless blade. It is plain. Some might consider it ugly. But it has not failed me in years of service. It is still unstained and sharp. I ordered, for just a few dollars more than this bread knife, a Chef's knife from CKTG in BD1N with a final HRC of 61 and will receive a free bread knife with it. That bread knife will become a Christmas present. Every once in a while, I have to stop and thank GOD for my first world problems.
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Overall excellent bread knife. Very comfortable handle. The pointed tip arrived slightly bent.
How much to ship to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul?
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No, fistfight.
RayF
Take a friend.
Sent yesterday, expected arrival date July 19. Only three weeks for shipping. ...NICE!
You gotta love MD
i need to complete my serie, please put it on again...
nerip
It's on again, and it's had a big price drop!
The carving knife too, I kinda feel bad for anyone that bought these during earlier drops.
nerip
It's on again if you didn't get it when @jaggi pinged you :)
Will this come with the lifetime warranty?
what's with the weird "bolster" at the heel? how far past the teeth does it extend?
Relaxin
I can't think of a functional use for that. Looks like they removed to much metal when making the serrations and didn't regrind the heel to match. Will probably lead to bread slices that don't quite make it through the bottom crust.
"Slice through day-old baguettes ...."
I use kitchen shears to do this, cutting around the crust and then cutting the middle, or just yanking it apart.
John Wick bread knife.
When I am sawing slices of bread like logs in the forest, I trust nothing can get the job done but my Stone Series Bread Knife. Don't settle for less.
This knife is like the barbarian of bread knives. FK BA :D
BrainFlush
Have you compared it to the Tojiro F-687? That's what I have, and have been very happy with it for the most part, have liked the wavy cut teeth over the usual sharp pointed ones, as well as the slight curve to the blade. Only complaint is it steers pretty bad on long cuts, like with splitting melons, but i assume most bread knives do with the single sided bevel.
But it's so boring looking in comparison to this one! I just don't know if it's really that worthwhile to look at replacing it based on looks alone, for how little I really use it