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Bueno Zip Closure Crossbody Bag Black
Update your accessories collection with the Bueno Zip Closure Crossbody Bag. This black bag has an elegant silhouette for a relaxed aesthetic. The gold-tone metal accents at the zippers and strap add just a touch of shine for some extra dimension. The bag opens to a spacious main compartment that's roomy enough for your wallet phone keys and more and multiple zip pockets on the outside let you keep other essentials at hand. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
J. Elson: This knife came free with the carving set I bought. Nice knife that matches the carving set. Wish it was longer to I can use my plastic holder to slice home made bread. Works well when using for bagels and free hand bread slicing.
Kevin Murphy: I got one of these a few years back, with a set, and it was OK. Eventually I upgraded to another Henckels knife. That eventually wore out and I decided to try one of these again. Mistake.This knife is unsuitable for any bread. Crusty bread it slides off the side unless you are very careful (which you quickly learn to be, if just to save your fingers). Other bread it kind of cuts, kind of tears.Unacceptable.
lawyerwhocooks "lawyerwhocooks": This bread knife gets the job done in record time with very little hand/wrist effort. Very little pressure on the knife was needed in order to slice through a loaf of very crusty bread from the bakery. In fact, my hand and wrist felt great after slicing the entire loaf into small pieces for appetizers, and the knife created very few crumbs.
Matthew Hunter "Technology Geek": Please note that I have several Henckel knives that I really like, so this is definitely not a anti-Henckel biased review.There is really only one problem with this knife - the blade is way too thick. If there's only one problem - then why do I give it only one star? Well, this one problem completely ruins this knife. The 'eversharp' name I'm sure refers to the fact that the serrations are not the standard "wave pattern" you'd see on most bread knives. Instead, each serration has several smaller serrations and spikes built in. I know that this is supposed to ensure that the knife will never end up dull - but in the process it makes it horrible at doing any kind of delicate cutting. Plus, the blade is not flexible in any way due to the extreme thickness. Unless you are cutting the sturdiest bread out there, you'll crush it while trying to slice with this blade. Forget about cutting any kind of soft bread or pastry. I've found that some of our cheap steak knives work far better than this knife.I've come to the conclusion that this knife is horrible after comparing it to two other bread knives I now own. The first was a Paderno (small Canadian company) that we got for our wedding, and the second was a Global bought from Amazon. Both are considerably more expensive than this knife, but there are other, more economical options out there that are still far better. You want to find a nice, thin blade with even and sharp serrations. If you're looking to stay in this price range, you won't find anything forged - these will all be stamped or laser cut - but that's fine - the bread knife doesn't need to be strong like your chef's knife.Pros:-CheapCons:-Mashes your bread while it cuts-Hard to get started through crusts due to blade thickness-The 'spiky' serrations are dangerous to your fingers (think many tiny needles along the blade) - they tend to nick you easily - but they are useless for their intended purpose of cutting bread.Suggestion: Steer clear. If you can afford it, get a Global (or even a better Henckel). Otherwise, look for a the thin stamped blade.
R. F. Husted: Very poor quality. Looks and feels like a $5 knife from Wal-Mart. I returned it.