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Calphalon Katana Stainless-Steel 9-Inch Bread Knife

Calphalon's Katana stainless-steel bread knife promises superior workmanship and quality materials with just its name--the word "katana" refers to the celebrated sword carried by Japan's traditional Samurai warriors. Made for efficient and precise slicing, this carefully crafted knife lives up to its noble moniker. The tool features a 9-inch Damascus-style blade fashioned from 33 layers of VG Japanese stainless steel. The result is a surface that is exceptionally strong, resists rust and corrosion, and maintains its sharp edge. The serrated blade cuts through all kinds of bread with very little effort for clean slices every time. Adding comfort and style, the knife has an integrated bolster design, and the durable poly-resin handle in black fits into the hand securely. The bread knife measures approximately 13 inches long and comes with a lifetime warranty. Calphalon recommends washing the knife by hand and drying promptly for best results
SKU: KN6009V

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9-inch bread knife with sharp, serrated blade for slicing through hearty breads and bagels, VG Japanese steel; Damascus-style blade clad with 33 stainless-steel layers, Integrated bolster design and ergonomic poly-resign handle for comfort and control, Washing by hand and promptly drying recommended, Measures approximately 13 inches long; lifetime warranty

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Amazon - ASIN B000AAT6UU
Rakuten Sku No
Condition New
Condition Note ~~1st Quality~~Manufacturer Retail Box~~
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Comments No
UPC # 016853027095
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