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Global G9 8.5" Bread Knife (71G9)

REF # 103020
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Regular Price$140.00 Sale Price: $126.99
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UPC:
4943691809483
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Description

The G series from Global provides an excellent balance between light weight and durability. The nimble stamped construction reduces fatigue and the unique handle shape provides optimal control for chef’s who like to use a pinch grip when slicing and chopping.

The Global G series 8.5” bread knife features a serrated edge and is able to cut both soft and crusty breads without crushing or tearing. The serrations form dozens of small individual cutting edges that allow the knife to cut cleanly in either direction without the use of excessive pressure. Because only the tips of each of the serrations comes in contact with a cutting board or other surface, the points experience the majority of the wear while leaving the inner scalloped edges sharp for many years. In addition to slicing bread, the bread knife is also great for cutting watermelon and even tomatoes and other tough skinned but soft fleshed vegetables and fruits. Remember to use it in long strokes to best take advantage of its length. A kitchen essential.

Features and Specifications

Steel:
Cromova 18 stainless-steel
HRC:
56 - 58
Handle Material:
Stainless Steel
Handle Style:
Sand Filled Hollow Stainless Steel
Bolster:
None
Edge Angle:
16 degrees
Dishwasher Safe:
No. Handwash Only
Origin:
Japan
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime Warranty
BandEdge Pricing:
126.99
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