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Messermeister Culinary Instruments 6" Cheese and Tomato Knife - 900-150

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Part Number: MM900150
Manufacturer: Messermeister Kitchen
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MM900150: Culinary Instruments 6 Inch Cheese and Tomato Knife
The Messermeister 6" Cheese and Tomato Knife is a versatile knife, perfect for slicing soft-skinned fruits and vegetables as well as hard exterior/soft interior foods such as baguettes. The holes in the blade prevent soft cheeses from sticking to the sides and the two-pronged tips helps in lifting slices.
  • SKU: 900-150
  • Weight: 0.10 lbs.
  • Stainless steel "AISI420"
  • Small-size, ABS and elastoner handle
  • 100% Messermeister quality
  • Lifetime manufacturing warranty
  • Made in Seki, Japan
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3 out of 5
bayport Ny
Jan 27, 2016
Pros: Sharpness, Design, Durability
Cons: None
Tomato knife
This is a useful method to cut tomatoes and cheese
3 out of 5
Sherri W
Portland OR
Nov 08, 2012
Pros: Durability, Design, Sharpness, Construction, None
Cons: Sharpness, Construction
I have owned one of these knives (exact same model) for many years, and bought a 2nd one to have as a spare. The original knife is still as sharp as ever. I use it for slicing cheese and tomatoes. When I washed the new knife in the same manner I have always washed my original knife, I cut my thumb on one of the cutout holes. Upon closer examination, I discovered that all surfaces of the cutout holes are unfinished and sharp, where they should be smooth. I took a file and smoothed all of the cutout edges so that I will not cut myself on them again. I did not have this problem with my original knife. Sounds like the manufacturer has been cutting corners and skipping important steps in the manufacturing process. BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN WASHING AND HANDLING THIS KNIFE. IT IS SHARP IN PLACES THAT SHOULD BE SMOOTH.
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