The left handed bread knife is best in test of 12 tested bread knives. The left handed bread knife convinces by its cutting force, the clean cross-section and the large hand protection.
The left handed bread knife of Güde convinces the ETM test magazine by its exceptional cutting force: fresh breads with large crusts can be cut without effort and without breaking away the crumb.
Franz Güde is known as the inventor of the Güde serrated edge, which is a special cut of the blade with pointed teeth. Smooth blades squeeze or tear the bread because of its consistency instead of cutting it. Bread knives with the Güde serrated edge cut hard crusts as well as the soft inside without large effort.
blade: ice-hardened chrome-vanadium-molybdenum, stainless, hand sharpened
handle: optimally balanced, finely polished, not waterproof, made from oak wood