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  • Left-Handed Bread Knife - Elite Left Ltd
  • Bread Knife 23cm (9") Scalloped by Elite Left, quality left-hand goods
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Left-Handed Bread Knife

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No more lopsided slices of bread!

23cm (9") long, this heavy duty bread knife is specifically sharpened and scalloped on the right-hand side of the thick stainless steel blade to allow a clean straight cut with the left hand.

The non-slip blue handle is shaped for comfort.

Dishwasher safe; however for best results, we recommend hand-washing.

Everest left-handed knives are made in Italy using high grade stainless steel, thus ensuring the highest possible quality.

The Everest knives come with a lifetime guarantee against faulty workmanship or defects in the materials.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
What a difference!

I'd always thought I was just incapable of cutting bread straight. It never occurred to me that the issue might be the knife. I bought this knife as a birthday present to myself, and was stunned at the difference it makes. Not only can I cut bread straight, I can also cut thin, delicate slices for sandwiches with no problems at all. If you or a lefty you love is into making bread, get this knife. You will not regret it.

Petrina Hampton
Finally a happy baker.

My partner makes bread from scratch no bread maker or bread mix.
He had been having problems cutting the bread and had tried all sorts of knives
(he is left-handed) After a lot of muttering as he tried Ito cut a buckwheat loaf I decided his birthday was near so I hunted and found this NZ site.
I got a breadknife for him and he is so happy there is no longer wastage when he cuts the bread Hooray!
Quick, efficient service and delivery. Knife is just what we needed!

I can now cut thin slices!

I was especially pleased with my new bread knife. I can now cut thin slices for the sourdough bread, making it go further.