Robert Herder (Roberto Haider) Bread cutting knife KB 2 / What is oliveGerman Robert Herder (Roberto Haider), famous for "windmill's knife". It is a bread-cutting knife "KB2 series" hand-crafted one by one, carefully by craftsmen's hand work, by traditional manufacturing methods that have been handed down in Solingen, Germany, for many years. A wonderful sharpness that I thought mostly to think about cutting bread. From soft bread to hard bread, you can cut surprisingly smoothly. Even when slicing bread thinly it will be beautifully cut without stress and it will be a hill. For rounded hands use olive natural wood. It is familiar with hands and lovable design. This item is a type with a slightly longer handle in the lineup of Roberto Haider Company's bread cutting knife.
What is Robert Herder (Robert Haider)
Roberto Hayder Company, founded in 1872 in Solingen, Germany. It is a kitchen knife brand whose name was known worldwide in making knives. Based on the motto "Good knives are handmade", we are doing blade cutting one by one manually by craftsmen by traditional manufacturing method that has been handed down for many years. The cutting edge of the blade created by craftsmen's technique is as thin as possible, boasting outstanding sharpness. In addition, due to the sharp edge blurring achieved by the cutting edge technology backed by tradition and the smooth luster of the surface, people are called "windmill's knife" and have been familiar for many years. In addition, Robert Hairda's knife has received high acclaim for its design and has won numerous design awards in Europe.
Sharpness pursuing bread cutting, genuine possession of natural wood
From soft bread to hard bread. Cut without stress
When you cut bread, you want to slice thinly, from the softness of its body it is difficult to cut as Kusa, Petcha, if you forcibly put in force and cut it, have you not experienced a cross section? This bread cutting knife solves such trouble. Blades are handmade by craftsmen one by one according to traditional production method of Solingen, Germany. Despite all the characteristics, its thinness. The cutting edge of the blade created by craftsmen's technique is as thin as possible, boasting outstanding sharpness as it is thin. Bending with fingers is also more elastic, more durable and durable. With this thin blade, you can cut surprisingly smoothly from soft bread to hard bread. Even when slicing bread thinly, the section is beautiful, it is cut without stress, and it will make it as an overflow in its feeling of use.
It is exactly the tool that I thought of cutting bread. Germany's top chefs and specialty shops praised, and it is reasonable to assume that the evaluation from the professional is high.
One by one, carefully applied bladeThe sharply sharpened thin blades are firmly inserted into the handle part by a rare blading technique known as "trading" Solinger Dunshurif "which has long been protected in Solingen, Germany. As a result, even with thin blades, it is unlikely to cause rattling or missing due to movement of the blade from the handle as you use it, so you can use it for a long time with ease and with peace of mind.
A pleasant possession of natural wood that is happy to be familiar with hand use
I use natural olive trees that used old trees in orchards. I cut it carefully so that I am familiar with the hands exactly. Since we are using natural trees, the texture of the wood changes as you use it, and you can enjoy it with your eyes. I think whether you can use it as an adorable interior tool of kitchen and dining.
Size / specification
Size: 360 mm in total length, 225 mm in blade width Material: Mochi hand section / olive tree, blade / stainless steel Producing countries: Germany
· Since the moist part uses natural wood, the wood grain is different one by one. Please note. · Because the blade is very thin, please be careful when sharpening. We do not use sharpener for sharpening, we recommend that you use a grindstone.