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7" serated bread knife
Goes thru bread with ease.  I also use for larger vegetables.  Cuts em like butter.
From: chris | Date: 9/13/2019 8:15 AM
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I purchased this knife just to see if it's "all that".  By golly, it's now turned out to be a knife that I can't live without!  When it comes to slicing soft baguettes or other soft breads, it won't squish the bread down and looks like it was professionally cut.  I love it for tomatoes too, as it retains the tomatos' shape unlike any other knife and will slice a tomato so thin, you can see through it!
When I go to grab this knife and it's not in the knife block, I don't substitute another - I hunt it down till I find it! Thinking maybe I should by another - my mother might visit and take this one home!
From: Bev | Date: 9/13/2019 11:05 AM
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Perfect knife for breads and soft vegetables!
I always choose this knife for cutting tomatoes and bread.  It's perfect in its design as the grip is solid and the teeth so sharp!  Don't know what I'd do without this  knife.  I've ordered this for my mother and she loves it too.
From: Bev | Date: 8/3/2020 6:55 AM
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Chipped within a week of use
This knife is one of the sharpest I have ever used. However, within a week of purchase, the knife chipped about a half a thumb nail size. I could only assume there was a hairline fracture because this chipped while just placing it back in the drawer. I would give it 5 stars for sharpness, but 0 stars for quality.
From: Steven | Date: 8/3/2020 7:50 AM
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A manager responded to this review
We are sorry that you had a poor experience with our knives. The very fact that the material is so hard, makes it less flexible than steel. If the knife is used on any hard foods, it can chip. Flexibility is the trade-off of having a super sharp cutting edge. In comparison, steel knives roll on their edges, while ceramic knives will show microchips over time, and with resharpening, the cutting edge can be refreshed for any kitchen knife.  At the same time, it would be helpful to see your knife because occasionally if the hairline crack in a vertical position to the knife, there is a chance that it is a defective knife, so please email us at so we can review to see if it falls under warranty. We appreciate your feedback, thank you.
I cannot add a comment to my previous review (From Steven on 8/3/2020), but wanted to provide an update. After contacting support and providing pictures of the chip on the blade, they promptly replaced the knife. Support was great and fast response. Now this is the sharpest blade in my knife quiver. I also own the Kyocera 4 piece steak knife set and they are the best steak knives I have ever used. Cuts through steak like soft butter. I highly recommend the serrated knives over the non-serrated knives for slicing everything from tomatoes to bread to steak.
From: Steven | Date: 8/27/2020 12:46 PM
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