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KolorID 12" Pastry / Bread Knife, Serrated Blade

 By Zwilling JA Henckels | Model # 33106-301
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KolorID 12" Pastry / Bread Knife, Serrated Blade
  • KolorID 12" Pastry / Bread Knife, Serrated Blade
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  • The ingenious 6 color ID button system easily identifies a knife to prevent cross-contamination during preparation; ideal for the conscientious chef.
  • FRIODUR blade, ice hardened, high carbon, "no stain" stainless steel for a remarkably sharp, flexible and corrosion resistant blade.
  • The serrations on the blade make it ideal for cutting bread and other things that are hard on the outside and soft on the inside.
  • Special Offer: Buy 2 or More Qualified Zwilling JA Henckels Products and Receive $15 Off in addition to quantity discounts. Discounts calculated when products added to shopping cart.
  • This product is brand-new, unused in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable) as shipped by Zwilling JA Henckels.
  • The ingenious 6 color ID button system easily identifies a knife to prevent cross-contamination during preparation; ideal for the conscientious chef.

    A one-piece precision stamped blade for a lighter weight knife without sacrificing strength. FRIODUR blade, ice hardened, high carbon, "no stain" stainless steel for a remarkably sharp, flexible and corrosion resistant blade. Precision honed and laser controlled edge to ensure ideal cutting angles for sharpness and durability. Non-hydroscopic (won't absorb liquids) safe-grip synthetic handles safe up to 100 degrees Celsius/212 degrees Fahrenheit. HACCP and NSF approved. 6 color buttons included to identify food preparation tasks to prevent cross-contamination:

    RAW MEAT
    RAW MEAT
    RAW VEGETABLES
    RAW VEGETABLES
    COOKED AND SMOKED MEATS
    COOKED AND SMOKED MEATS
    FISH AND SEAFOOD
    FISH AND SEAFOOD
    SALADS AND FRUITS
    SALADS AND FRUITS
    BAKERY AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
    BAKERY AND DAIRY PRODUCTS

    Bread knives are a type of serrated knife. The serrations on the blade make it ideal for cutting bread and other things that are hard on the outside and soft on the inside.

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    Manufacturer Details
    Manufacturer:Zwilling JA Henckels
    MPN / Model #:33106-301
    UPC / EAN:0035886284855
    Warranty: Limited Lifetime
    Made in:Made in Spain Spain
    Zwilling JA Henckels
    Features and Product Details
    Condition:New
    Availability:In Stock
    Material: Plastic
    Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless Steel
    Blade Edge: Serrated
    Blade Length: 12"
    Color: Black
    Dishwasher Safe:Dishwasher Safe Yes
    PDF Spec Sheet:PDF Spec Sheet (download)
    Certifications
    NSF Approved:NSF Approved Yes
    Dimensions & Packaging Info
    Size:12"
    Case Pack:1 Ea.
    Shipping Weight:0.50 Lbs.
    Ships Via: Ships via UPS Parcel/UPS

    Zwilling JA Henckels fully guarantees their products against defects in materials and/or craftsmanship.

    The Zwilling JA Henckels warranty does not cover wear from normal use or any damage resulting from use other than the intended purpose.

    Wood products (including wood handle knives) are not covered by the warranty as wood is a natural element and thus cannot be guaranteed.

    Defective items will be repaired or replaced with similar items at the discretion of Zwilling JA Henckels.

    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
    Maryland

    Best bread knife I've ever owned

    Rating:
    Pros:
    • Everything about it is good.
    Cons:

    I have a much older model with a wooden handle. It is as sharp today as the day I purchased it. I wipe it with a soapy sponge to clean it when finished and put back in the plastic sheath it came in 20 + years ago and it's good to go for the next loaf of bread or rolls! When I purchased this knife I believe it was somewhere around $10-15 which was pretty expensive even then :). It still is worth every penny they charge today, I just wish they still had the wooden handle! Good thing mine will out last me and the next generation.


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