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  • The Knifewear Bread Knife Comparison Chart

    October 05, 2023 1 min read

    Which bread knife is the best? It's really a matter of what you're cutting, and how you want to cut it. We've broken down the differences, benefits, and features of each bread knife that we sell!

    Miyabi SG2 Birchwood Bread knife 240mm
    $343.00

    Serration Type
    Regular Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Somewhat crumby.
    What we like about it
    So. Damn. Sexy. A constant customer favourite.

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    TOJIRO Bread knife 270mm F-687
    $91.00

    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Extra long for squares, cakes, and big loaves.

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    Tadafusa Hocho Kobo HK-1 Bread Knife 230mm
    $141.00

    Serration Type
    Serrated Tip.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Easy to resharpen, smooth to cut with. It is unique, so inherently more interesting?

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    TOJIRO CLASSIC Bread Knife 215mm F-828
    $92.00

    Serration Type
    Agressive Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Lots of crumbs!
    What we like about it
    Very aggressive and easy to cut with. You'll find this knife in tons of professionals knife rolls.

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    Miyabi 5000MCD 67 Black Bread Knife 240mm
    $467.00

    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Somewhat crumby.
    What we like about it
    The Cadillac of bread knives. It'll likely end up cutting your grandchild's sourdough with how long it'll stay sharp.

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    Miyabi Hibana 800DP Bread Knife 240mm
    $251.00

    Serration Type
    Regular Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Just look at that damascus. LOOK AT IT.

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    Zwilling Kramer Euro Stainless Damascus Bread knife 250mm
    $352.00$414.00

    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Cuts like a hot knife through butter.

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    Shun Classic Bread knife 225mm
    $189.00

    Serration Type
    Regular Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Well balanced and great fit and finish. Bit of a darkhorse in the line up.

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    TOJIRO Bread Slicer 235mm F-737
    $38.00

    Serration Type
    Regular Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Fairly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Affordable quality, it's impossible to go wrong with this classic from Tojiro.

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    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Sleek and modern, this Tojiro Oboro sliced beautifully and feels great in the hand.

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    Shizu Hamono Morinoki Bread Knife 240mm
    $46.00

    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    Scalloped serrations make this a a very smooth & inexpensive option.

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    Tamahagane San Bread Knife 230mm SN-1118
    $149.00

    Serration Type
    Regular Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Somewhat crumby.
    What we like about it
    Matching Japanese knife sets that include bread knives are exceptionally rare. With Tamahagane, you can catch 'em all and keep it consistent!

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    Shun Classic Offset Bread knife 225mm
    $183.00

    Serration Type
    Scalloped Serrations.
    Crumbiness
    Slightly crumby.
    What we like about it
    With extra height and gentle scalloped serrations, this blade is a panini-making MACHINE; Slice bread, prep ingredients, and cut sandwiches with ease.

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    If you still can't figure out the right one, shoot us an email or send us a message and we'll be happy to help you choose.

    See All Our Bread Knives Here

       Nathan Gareau
    Nathan Gareau

    Nathan started at Knifewear in 2013, when he left the restaurant industry to slang knives. Nowadays, he handles our communications, social media, and YouTube channel. If you're reading words on this website or watching one of our videos, Nathan was involved. He spends his spare time growing food, cooking, fermenting food and booze, and enjoying the great outdoors.