The Classic 8" carving knife is the perfect knife for all the carving of roasts and poultry.
Blade, bolster and tang forged out of a single piece of high carbon German no stain steel.
Black 3 rivet synthetic handles for strength and durability
Laser tested edge for uniform cutting and long-lasting sharp edge.
Made in Solingen Germany
- Color: Metallic, Black
- Weight: 4 oz
- Made In: Germany
- Warranty: Lifetime against defects
- Dimensions: 11 x 1" x 1/2"
- Composition: High-carbon stainless steel; synthetic resin handle
- Manufacturer: Wüsthof
- Other versions: Wüsthof knife options
- Product number: 4138
|Apparent goal:||kids||gift/registry||home kitchens||restaurants||everywhere|
|Intended audience:||novice||advanced beginner||good home cook||gourmet||professional|
|Diet/nutrition:||does not apply||scary||empty promises||helpful||essential|
|Green?:||not especially||neutral||mixed blessing||earth friendly||green!|
|Innovative:||step back||standing still||progress||trendy||genius|
|Problem solving:||no better||baby steps||solid steps||giant steps||a revelation|
|Competition:||outclassed||follower||in the pack||strong challenger||likely champ|
|Ease of use:||impossible||frustrating||OK||simple||child's play|
|Quality:||cheesy||questionable||good||years of service||impressive|
|Parts to lose:||inevitable||some/many||one-piece||self-storing||not a problem|
|Clean-up:||nightmare||wipe clean||soap & water||scouring pad||dishwasher|
|Does it work?:||not at all||adequately||well||very well||perfectly|
|Availability:||airfare required||online||kitchen store||department store||supermarket|
|Easy to open?:||impossible||maddening||tolerable||good||opens itself|
|Green?:||fills a landfill||huge waste||passable||minimal waste||impressive|
|Time saving:||time wasting||not really||modest||substantial||huge|
|Labor saving:||less efficient||marginal||a bit||noticeable||remarkable|
|Money saving:||money wasted||none||$||$$||$$$|
|Beats the old way:||worse||no change||better||definitely||entirely new|
|Where will it live?:||garage/attic||drawer||cabinet||countertop||block/rack|
|Fulfills ambitions:||falls short||almost there||satisfies||exceeds||home run|
|How often used:||once/twice||≥daily||≥weekly||≥monthly||≥yearly/holidays|
|Worth the space?:||no||does not apply||w/unlimited space||w/limited space||absolutely|
|Need it?:||a luxury||discretionary||basic equipment||for serious cooks||get it|
|Value:||ouch!||a little pricey||worth splurging||on the money||a deal|
|Overall rating:||skip it||fair||good||very good||excellent|
Comments: We have knives coming out our ears – that goes without saying. But if you’re just starting out or want to keep a modest number of knives on hand, everyone will always tell you to have three knives in your collection: a chef’s knife, a paring knife, and whoops!, well, people don’t always agree on the third knife. A serrated bread knife is often at the top of the list. But a slicing knife or utility knife is right up there, too.
We think this slicer/utility knife would make a great candidate for your third knife or fourth knife (if you’re just out of control). It goes by the catchy name of Kitchen Knife and slices, chops, dices, carves – it does a bit of everything. The blade, bolster, and tang forged out of a single piece of high carbon stainless steel. The synthetic handle has three rivets for strength and durability. The blade is extremely sharp, holds its edge (with reasonable care), and can be sharpened again and again.
We have seen it described as anywhere between a 6-inch knife and an 8-inch knife. The blade is actually 16 centimeters, or 6.3 inches long, but no matter, as long as you find Model 1638, you’ll have the right thing. The packaging says it’s dishwasher-safe, which is technically true, but you know better….