About Rosle Tomato Knife - Silicone Handle
Closeouts. A colorful silicone handle makes it easier to keep your grip on Rosle's tomato knife, specially serrated to cut through tomato skin quickly without squishing.
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Reviewed by Val from Alaska on Friday, October 21, 2016Hasn't landed on my toe yet, but it's rolled onto the floor several times. The round handle is not comfortable. The blade tends to tear through some types of foods.The hangar thingy on the end just gets in the way. Not a fan... .
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Terrify38 from Idaho Falls on Thursday, November 20, 2014I love this style of knife. I got the green color which was nice. When I unwrapped it, it looked like a dinner knife. Very dull. Tried to cut the stems of brussel sprouts off, did not work at all. My old knives did much better. I also found the handle not long enough for my hand. Made for a very small hand. Sent the knife back.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Stevie from Pagosa Springs on Thursday, October 2, 2014This knife is just ok. The handle is a little strange, but the knife does work well.
Reviewed by Shivering timbers from Michigan on Monday, November 11, 2013After viewing and purchasing cutlery from STP that was made in Germany, I failed to read the fine print and assumed this object too was made in Germany. Well, just be aware that it is Made in China. That's all I want to say really. It does seem expensive, even at the sale price, when they have outsourced the manufacturing to China.
Reviewed by Anonymous from St. Louis on Saturday, September 21, 2013This knife does tomatoes very well as advertised. But the olive stabber is a great addition.
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