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KitchenAid KKFTR8BROB Classic Forged Series Triple Rivet Serrated Bread Knife, Onyx Black, 8"
60.28 SAR
  

KitchenAid KKFTR8BROB Classic Forged Series Triple Rivet Serrated Bread Knife, Onyx Black, 8"

by  KitchenAid, Cooking Utensils -

60.28 SAR 

+ 24.72 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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  • High Carbon German 1.4028 Stainless Steel, giving them an exceptional and enduring razor sharp edge
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    KitchenAid
    Color
    Onyx Black
    Battery Size
    8"
    Model Number
    KKFTR8BROB
    Brand
    KitchenAid
    Color
    Onyx Black
    Battery Size
    8"
    Model Number
    KKFTR8BROB
    UPC-A
    883049388557
    Item EAN
    2724657369287
    ASIN
    B01DKR422Q
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    Description:

    • High Carbon German 1.4028 Stainless Steel, giving them an exceptional and enduring razor sharp edge
 

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  • Good blade. Well made.
    By Mr. Nelxon on 22 July 2017

    Blade is 4028 German stainless steel. That is the number that is stamped on the blade. I looked it up and found it as .4028 without the number 1 in the description. This is a medium hardness metal and is also used in surgical instruments. It is corrosion resistant and holds an edge well.
    This is a six inch blade, for some reason this size blade is hard to find in brick n mortar stores. Not expensive really, cheap by any standard but not cheaply made.
    I use a butcher type sharpening steel with my knives. It's all you really need to do by way of maintenance. Of course, I don't cut on my countertops, I use an inexpensive resin type (food grade plastic) butcher block for that. I don't need bragging rights to an expensive butcher block or a kitchen knife.
    Having said that, I take care of my blades. I can't speak to those super expensive blades but all I can say is that they too will eventually go dull at some point.
    Eventually I will need to purchase a sharpening stone but am not there yet. A sharpening steel will keep your blades nice and straight for a long time if you don't abuse your knives.
    Make no mistake, this knife is sharp! Good for medium to small kitchen tasks. I have several 8 inch blades and was looking for a smaller knife for light duty cutting tasks. I think you will be pleased with this blade. I am.

    19 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder
    By Hank on 17 May 2019

    As I said, Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. However, I found this small little knife to be an exceptional beauty. I am retired now, but in my past life, I cooked for a caterer for 20 plus years so I feel I know a little something about kitchens and gadgets. This little knife is very sharp, maintains that sharpness with minimal effort with a sharpening steel, feels right in my hand, and is well made. What more could you ask for. I bought two.

    6 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Not very good
    By rakker on 25 September 2019

    I bought 5 of these to replace some cheap knives that we use for random things like cutting cheese. I don't think much of them for a few reasons.

    Pros:
    They're lightweight

    Cons:
    The clam-shell packaging they're shipped in makes them very dangerous to open!! I actually sliced my finger trying to get one out. It's a knife, for crying out loud. Even with shears cutting around the entire knife, you still have to deal with the restrain in the middle, which, if you don't see it, means you pull and it immediately slips out of your hand, potentially cutting you.
    The knife handle is made for munchkins. I don't have very big hands, but as you can see from the pictures, my hands are too big for the handle. I've included a picture of the cheap knife its replacing and you can see the difference.
    The handle is very rounded. I haven't used it yet, but my guess is that this is going to want to roll in your hand, making them dangerous. We'll see.
    The blade is shorter than I was expecting. As you can see from the knife it's replacing, it's about half an inch to an inch shorter. Not sure how well that's going to work.

    Overall, not a big fan, based on my first experiences with these knives.

    3 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Not a great knife
    By Tinker on 27 July 2019

    The folks who think this knife is the best thing since popcorn might not know knives. It's not even Good. First, the synthetic handle is too small in diameter to get a good grip on it and too slippery to not want it to feel secure in your hand. Second, they aren't particularly sharp out of the package. Sharper than the fifty year old Chicago Cutlery knife it's replacing, but that's not saying much. The old knife is nearing the end of it's useful service lifespan. It'll take more than a steel to bring a fine edge to this blade and I'm glad I own the right wetstones.

    For comparison, I have an everyday 8-inch Wusthoff Chef's knife of the lowest quality they offer - it's a stamped steel blade in a nylon handle. I haven't yet had to sharpen it and it's still several times sharper than this knife. We'll see if this blade can hold an edge once sharpened but right out of the packaging, it's a dud.

    And still, once it's been sharpened, it will feel even more dangerous. There are fingers involved and a knife that wants to roll in your hand does not inspire confidence.

    It's cheap, but even at this price it's only a 3-Star knife. If you're a youngster or have really small hands, you might rate this knife higher than I rate it. I haven't decided what I'll do with it, but if I keep it, I won't be using it for the tasks for which I bought it. It looked too god to be true, and it was.

    2 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Look great, nice and sharp, not sure about durability
    By M. Ricks on 31 October 2018

    Already starting to get some rust marks on them. Disappointed because I like how sharp they are and the feel.

    6 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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