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Denim Butterfly Print Flutter Sleeve Blue Baby Jumpsuit
Denim Butterfly Print Flutter Sleeve Blue Baby Jumpsuit Review
B: I love this knife! It makes me look forward to cooking every day. I thought we had some pretty good knives (we got a set of Henckels International for our wedding years ago), but man was I wrong! I found out that a knife makes a major difference in prep time and ease of preparing. I think I love the balance most of all. I like the grip and the design, which keeps my fingers from hitting the board. That was a key for me because I have big hands and all of our other knives cause my knuckles to hit the cutting board and also prevents the knife from making a complete cut. It also seems to be the perfect weight for me. My wife thinks it's too big for her, so I ordered her the 5" Santoku and the 6" Chef.I would highly recommend this knife.
Courtney Chen: Its a Zwilling Four Star- enough said. Love it- cut through everything as you would expect a great quality knife to cut.
Danny B.: This is the knife of my dreams. I have had a basic set of Henkel knives which have no stars, so I imagine it is their cheapest set. I received it for a wedding gift 24 years ago and continue to use it. I always wondered what it must be like to use their professional knives as I have been satisfied with the cheaper set. Finally, my husband bought this knife for me for my birthday. The difference is night and day! It is such a pleasure to use. The weight and balance are just right, it fits into my hand like it belongs there. A remarkable surprise is that the Chef's knife came with two additional knives, a paring knife and a small serrated knife. They are four star professional knives as well! The paring knife is the best I have ever handled. I've not had occasion to use the serrated knife yet but it is weighty, balanced and sharp as well. I love these knives and am thrilled with the surprise of two extra knives of equal quality. Definitely recommend!!!
EJ "EJ": I bought this knife to replace a Wusthof Chef's knife (around $130) which I left behind in a church kitchen. I subsequently retrieved my Wusthof, but now--with the two side by side in my drawer-- I find that the Henkel is my go-to knife!What I like best is the lightweight handle, combined with a balance which is a joy to use. I have small hands and for me it is ideal! It fits right in my hand and feels perfect while chopping. The handle is not as pretty as the Wusthof ones--black with silver rivets looks better to me--but functionally, I prefer this one.It's also sharper than I remember the Wusthof ever being, even when new. It's razor sharp, to the point where I cut myself while cleaning by carelessly grazing my finger on the blade...I just didn't expect it to be that sharp.On the price, I bought a month ago and paid $71. The price is now up to $100, and lists the standard price as $125. This knife is definitely worth $125 but if you are budget conscious it may pay to wait a while as it seems the prices fluctuate quite a bit.
G. Powell: The balance on this knife is great. I use it for nearly every job. I had a cuisenart food processor and gave it away. I found I was faster with this knife, and there was less cleanup.Previously I had a 10" chef's knife and its too long, the motion of picking up the heel of the blade meant I had to lift my arm too high. It just wasn't comfortable. The 6" seems too short, the 8" is just right.You really only need about 3 knife styles, and this is one of them. (Bread knife, and paring knife are the other two.)