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Wüsthof Gourmet 10" Super Slicer Knife
Blade length: 10".
Wt: 9.92 oz.
This interesting looking knife is the washed off gourmet 10 inch super slicers. And the point of this is to be a slicing knife but to be a slicing knife on steroids. It cuts through not only meets but also larger vegetables like let's say a squash. And also fruits like let's say a watermelon the way. That is by having sort of reverse serrations on. It instead of having concave serrations. It has convex serrations so. It acts almost like a hundred little tiny straight edge knives going through the meat. Or the fruit or the vegetable. It a lot and the interesting thing to note is the fact. This is an entry-level knife by washed off its part of their gourmet line so it's going to be a little bit different. Than their other knives. It is a stamped knife. It is a machine made. Though it's made of the same metal a58 hardness metal. It is cut to a slightly. Duller eighteen and a half degree angle that's. Something you want to consider on top of. That the actual handle material is similar. What I like the most is an. Though its entry-level.
It does have a nice hearty full tang. And the final thing. Ilike is it does come with a lifetime warranty. Though it's an entry-level knife so. You like German style knives. You want to spend not too much money. You want a more budget-conscious set of knives the whoosh of gourmet is a great way to go I'll put a link down to. This little guy below. You guys have any questions. Or comments or concerns let. And otherwise I will talk to.
Wüsthof Gourmet 5" Boning Knife
Blade length: 5".
Wt: 4.96 oz.
This video I'm gonna compare. And contrast the washed off classic to the washed off gourmet 5-inch boning knife. And the gourmet is an entry-level knife set. While the classic is their standard knife set there's a big difference between the two knives. They start out with the same metal 58 hardness but the classic is forged in handmade. While the gourmet is stamped in machine-made so the end result is the classic is gonna be much. More resilient of a blade. Than the gourmet will at the same time. That cutting angles are very different the classic is a very sharp 14 degrees. While the gourmet is actually a very dull 18. And a half degrees the next thing to discuss is the actual bolster. And the handle since the classic is in fact forged. It has a very nice and thick bolster here. That the gourmet does not have. That does is aid in the rigidity of the blade between the tang. And the actual knife since the gourmet doesn't have. It ends up just being one solid piece that's actually relatively flexible. Something you want to consider. Both have full tangs the tang of the classic is obviously thicker. And heavier and the next thing I actually wanna discuss is the handles. They look very similar. You first look at them but the materials are very different the classic has a very smooth very high-quality handle. You can feel they just feel soft. And nice while the handle of the actual gourmet line feels very cheap. When you're touching it almost like a dollar store knife. You would purchase and I'm not a fan of.
That at the end of the day. Both have lifetime warranties but. Ireally think that for the price the gourmet is there are so. Many better knives out there. Iespecially think if you're gonna pay. That much you should. Either get a shun Sora which is gonna be probably a little bit cheaper. And much better made knife. Or just pay the little bit extra to purchase the classic. And just know you have a great set of knives. Either way I'll put a link down to. Both below you have. Any questions any comments. Any concerns as always let. And otherwise I will talk to. You very soon this video I'm going to compare a washed off classic to the washed off gourmet 5-inch boning knife.