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Baccarat Cuisine Pro

Baccarat Cuisine Pro

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markir

markirRaumati

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Great Knives

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Date PurchasedNov 2015

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Mick C

Mick Casked

We recently received of five cuisinepro knives in a block as a gift. We find these knives excellent product but we're extremely disappointed when I dropped the 20cm. Knife onto the tiled kitchen floor and the blade snapped in half under the handle. Is ther any redress or chance of replacement from the manufacturer?

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iabmaz
iabmaz

Baccarat knives have a lifelong guarantee, therefore you shouldn't have any problem replacing it either at Robin's Kitchen or House which are both the same company.

Bulldog

Bulldogasked

What is the difference between cuisine and sabre knives? Have read a lot of bad reviews about sabre

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markir
markir

There is not a lot of information about Sabre available unfortunately. Design wise - the Sabre is a more traditional German style with a full bolster, whereas the Cuisine Pro is (essentially) bolsterless (a nod to Japanese influence). The Sabre is cheaper, so suspect uses poorer quality steel. The Cuisine Pro uses DIN 1.4116 which is a good grade, hardened to about Rockwell 55, so holds an edge quite well. I notice that Baccarat have a new range of knives out, and they look quite good (a German style plus a Japanese Damascas treated one). Check these out!

markir
markir

...a little more detail on the damascas/Japanese style (brand Damashiro). They have used 420J2 steel, which is technically "Japanese grade"...but is really only suitable for knife cladding *not* the actual blade. Disappointing (they did this with the ID3 range too)...I did write to them about using a proper Japanese steel grade in that case (e.g VG10) but they ignored me - sigh.

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