Wusthof Classic Serrated Slicer : This serrated slicer slides effortlessly through tougher meats and thick-skinned produce. The blade is ideal for a variety of cutting jobs in any chef's kitchen. Handmade in Germany since 1814, Wusthof cutlery is prized by the world's top chefs for restaurant and home cooking. The Classic line features cutlery that is precision forged of high-carbon, stain-resistant steel and skillfully honed by hand. The black virtually indestructible full tang handle is triple-riveted for superior strength and durability. Product Features Precision forged from one-piece of steel for greater stability and sharpness Precision hand-honed, high-carbon, stainless-steel knife resists rust and stains Serrated edge handily cuts through tough produce skins and thick meats Computer-controlled grinding and polishing yields precise tapering of blade Laser-controlled blade edges stay sharp longer with a more consistent blade angle Completely hygienic, virtually indestructible Hostaform-C plastic handle is buffed and polished by hand Handle is secured to tang with three distinctive silver-nickel rivets Signature bolster/finger guard accounts for the solid balanced feel Ergonomically designed handle offers a smooth, comfortable grip Dishwasher-safe, but hand-washing recommended Made in Germany Limited lifetime warranty
This was just the right knife to complete my set of Wusthof Classic. I love the handle-style, grip, and weight for my hand, and this particular knife has so many uses with the serrated blade and medium-sized blade. Compliments my 10" Chef knife and smaller slicing and paring knives.
I finally found a great slicer to slice watermelons. Balance & heft of Wusthof knife the best I've found.
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Review 3 for Wusthof Classic Serrated Slicer
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PostedMay 16, 2012
fromReno, NV, USA
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Leftover Lover
I was only going to say the only downside to this knife is you cannot use a steel on it. Though since it cuts better than their new bread knife, I know it's not just me thinking that maybe I should take it to a knife sharpening place. Just one of those things you really don't want to mess with. The only time it's not the knife I grab is when I have to cut open bags of dog kibble. Then I use the funny 'thick fillet type' knife. It's just as broad as the other lg. Wusthofs'..
My Favorite BrandWusthof, 2nd favorite knife is a 10" 'Slicer' 5510 model number, that they are out of