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Bob Kramer 10" Carbon Steel Bread Knife by Zwilling J.A. Henckels®

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This serrated bread knife is ideal for anything that’s soft inside with an outside crust, skin or rind like breads, tomatoes and citrus fruits. Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels Care: Hand wash; please do not clean with bleach or...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE HAND MADE This serrated bread knife is ideal for anything that’s soft inside with an outside crust, skin or rind like breads, tomatoes and citrus fruits.

  • Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels
  • Care: Hand wash; please do not clean with bleach or chlorine
  • Dimensions: 9"
  • Material: High-carbon steel, African blackwood and brass
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan
FEATURES
  • Bob Kramer is one of the few Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery
  • Professional chefs wait years for a Kramer original
  • We worked with the master himself and renowned knife maker Zwilling J.A. Henckels for this exquisite line of carbon steel knives made by artisans in Seki City, the Japanese knife-making capital since the 13th century
  • Now home chefs can experience the unrivaled performance of a Kramer original
  • Made using a carbon-steel formulation called 52100 for remarkable strength and unmatched edge retention
  • Carbon steel is the first metal formulated to hold the razor-sharp, consistent edge required by modern chefs
  • Heat-treated to a hardness of 61 Rockwell, so it comes sharp, stays sharp and is easy to maintain
  • Blade is sharpened to 15° on each side of the 50/50 edge with the traditional three-step hand-honed edge
  • Features a brass bolster for support
  • Comfortable African blackwood handle mirrors the shape of your palm
  • The full tang of the blade is tapered to Bob’s precise specifications
  • Triple-riveted for strength and control
  • Signature brass decorative center pin is handcrafted by Bob himself
  • Over time the blade will develop the beautiful blue-gray patina prized by professional chefs as the signature of a favorite knife. This heirloom-quality knife is easy to care for—just keep it clean and dry for a lifetime of unparalleled performance.
  • Shop all Bob Kramer Carbon Steel »

    Read The New York Times article here.

    Food writer Josh Ozersky is also a pretty big fan of the Bob Kramer Carbon Steel collection.
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    Can you sharpen this bread knife?

    It is my understanding that you cannot sharpen bread knives.
    A shopper on May 3, 2012
    Best Answer: This is a serrated knife and they are known for being more difficult to sharpen. However because this is a carbon steel knife, if you just hone it frequently (once a week or even after every use). You shouldn't need to sharpen it. Carbon steel is the first metal formulated to hold the razor-sharp, consistent edge required by the modern culinary arts, carbon steel has a rich 3,000-year heritage and is still a favorite of enthusiasts and professionals for its perfect performance, amazing edge retention and ease of sharpening. Because it is a serrated blade, it is better to use a manual sharpener or stone. Using an electric sharpener will just file down the serrations
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