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Looks like it's out of stock :/

Edit: Looks like it's letting me buy it now!
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Last edited by SensibleSnow8666 July 13, 2020 at 02:57 PM.
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Thanks. Just placed my order and got confirmation #. Nothing said out of stock, and should arrive Friday as long as it actually ships.

It's also available on their ebay store https://www.ebay.com/i/1334294008...2849658580

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Last edited by DanielF7918 July 13, 2020 at 07:19 AM.
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Worked for me. Placed an order thanks
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Thanks! Just ordered, scheduled to come next week.

I also used KAWELCOME20 for an extra 10% off.
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ain't worth more than the closeout price of $16. Kitchenaid as gone downhill in quality over the past decade.
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ain't worth more than the closeout price of $16. Kitchenaid as gone downhill in quality over the past decade.
Bread knifes should be low quality and cheap. They are impossible to sharpen once they are dull (at least the scalloped ones are). No point in getting a nice one.
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Bread knifes should be low quality and cheap. They are impossible to sharpen once they are dull (at least the scalloped ones are). No point in getting a nice one.
That's why I got it. Not that you ever should pay MSRP for anything from Kitchenaid, but the quality is probably more like a knife you'd probably pay $30-$40 for. From the reviews I could find it's probably better than any sub $20 knife though, and I have had a good experience with Kitchenaid warranty support if it fails under normal use. Too poor of a quality in a bread knife sucks when you've baked some breads, but this should be fine for occasional home use.
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How is this a deal? You can get a bread knife off Amazon for $15 too.
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Thanks. Just placed my order and got confirmation #. Nothing said out of stock, and should arrive Friday as long as it actually ships.

It's also available on their ebay store https://www.ebay.com/i/1334294008...2849658580

Pay with PayPal for free returns if buying on KitchenAid.com
$20 on eBay looks like
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How does slick deal always know?! I just put some bread dough to bake...
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I bought a nice 8" bread knife in the past and have had my share of accidents with it.

I'd recommend getting a 10" knife off of amazon much cheaper (likely better quality) and you will thank yourself by preventing accidents I mean unless you are prone to cutting yourself.
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I bought a nice 8" bread knife in the past and have had my share of accidents with it.

I'd recommend getting a 10" knife off of amazon much cheaper (likely better quality) and you will thank yourself by preventing accidents I mean unless you are prone to cutting yourself.
You chopped your wiener off? 😳
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Mercer 10" bread knife is the America's Test Kitchen best buy.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000PS1HS6

However it was only $15 when I got it a few months ago. So I'd wait for it to come back in stock to see if the price drops.
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I bought a nice 8" bread knife in the past and have had my share of accidents with it.

I'd recommend getting a 10" knife off of amazon much cheaper (likely better quality) and you will thank yourself by preventing accidents I mean unless you are prone to cutting yourself.
I'm confused on how a 2" longer bread knife is going to prevent accidents... and what kind of accidents happen with a bread knife.
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