The Knifewear Bread Knife Comparison Chart

May 14, 2020 1 min read 0 Comments

The Knifewear Bread Knife Comparison Chart

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!

 

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

A famed cocktologist and axe man. Ask him about his world-famous Three Cherry Manhattan. Nathan also sits on the board of the Inglewood BIA and does his part to drive the neighbourhood forward. In his spare time Nathan can be found sharpening his axe, sabreing Champagne, or completing the fastest straight-razor shave around. He doesn't slur his words, he speaks in cursive.



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Knife
Key Details

miyabi 5000mcd b sg2 bread knife 240mm

$$$$

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

tojiro bread knife 270mm f 687

$$$$

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

tadafusa hocho kobo bread knife 230mm hk 1

$$$$

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?

tojiro dp bread knife 215mm f 828

$$$$

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.

miyabi 5000mcd 67 black gyuto 240mm

$$$$

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

miyabi hibana 800dp bread knife 240mm

$$$$

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

miyabi 4000fc koh bread 230mm

$$$$

Serration Type
Regular Serrations.
Crumbiness
Slightly crumby.
What we like about it
Simple design, with a comfortable grip. The handle merges the western and traditional wa handle seamlessly.

bob kramer euro damascus bread knife 250mm

$$$$

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

shun classic bread knife 225mm

$$$$

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.