13 Best Serrated Tomato Knives

Top 13 Serrated Tomato Knives

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Rada Cutlery Tomato Slicing ( Handle Made In USA, 8-7/8 Inches)
Product Highlights:
  • slice tomatoes and veggies - you won't find a better knife to effortlessly cut through tomatoes, vegetables and fruits. thick or thin, you will always make the perfect cut using the tomato slicing knife.
  • dual serrated steel blade - the blade is made from surgical grade, t420 high carbon stainless steel. the dual serrated blade on the tomato slicing knife allows cooks of all skill levels to make a clean, straight cut through tomatoes every time.
  • brushed aluminum handle - the handle on the tomato slicing knife is made from permanently cast silver brushed aluminum with a satin finish. this kitchen knife should not be washed in the dishwasher. handwashing is recommended.
2
Rada MFG Rada Cutlery ( Aluminum Handle, 2 Pack)
Product Highlights:
  • handcrafted in usa
  • extra sharp high carbon stainless steel blade
  • comfortable solid cast aluminum handle
3
WSTHOF Gourmet Five Inch ( Steel Serrated Utility Knife - Model 4105-7)
Product Highlights:
  • wÜsthof gourmet series - 5" serrated tomato knife with synthetic polypropylene handles that resist fading, discoloration, heat and impact. precisely laser-cut stamped knives offer superb quality and value
  • citris knife - high carbon stainless steel blade, precisely cut with the latest state of the art technology for incredible sharpness and easy maintenance. wÜsthof kitchen knives are hand wash only
  • wÜsthof tomato knife - the gourmet 5" tomato knife has a serrated edge that enables the blade to slice through tomatoes without damaging the delicate fruit inside. the fork tip is ideal for picking up the thinly sliced produce for serving. tomato knives can also be used to cut citrus fruits or other small fruits and vegetables
4
Good Cook 45Inch Vegetable ( Vegetable Knife)
Product Highlights:
  • "never needs sharpening".
  • double serrated, high polish stainless steel blade.
  • dishwasher safe.
5
Messermeister Handcrafted Serrated Tomato ( Matching Sheath, Red, 4.5-Inch)
Product Highlights:
  • includes a matching plastic sheath for on-the-go and, also, for protection
  • stainless steel blade
  • 100-percent messermeister quality
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OXO Good Grips Pro ( Utility Knife)
Product Highlights:
  • serrated utility knife easily slices tomatoes and citrus without crushing the delicate fruit
  • fully forged blade, bolster and tang for superior balance, strength and durability
  • german stainless steel with high carbon content for lasting sharpness and edge retention
7
Best Serrated Knife ( With Safety Knife Sheath In Luxury Gift Box | Cestari)
Product Highlights:
  • cut paper thin slices in seconds or your money back. easily slices through melons, tomatoes, crusty bread, meat , and cheese. this tomato slicer is fitted with a professional serrated blade that slices through the thin, slippery skins of tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables without crushing the interior. you will be thrilled you added this serrated knife to your kitchen knife set.
  • forget about sharpening with this ceramic knife. the advanced ceramic blade of this vegetable and bread knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than stainless steel or carbon knife steel cutlery ; chefs appreciate that ceramic knives won't ever react with foods, and never rust like other utility knives do.
  • comfortable rubberized handle won't slip. perfectly balanced, nonskid ergonomic grip, solid contoured handle designed for controlled use. this slicing knife has a remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chore more than traditional knives making it the perfect bread slicer
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Kuhn Rikon 20436 Tomato ( Knife, Red)
Product Highlights:
  • the matching sheath is great for safe storage, camping, picnics and travel
  • silicone based nonstick coating ensures food will release easily from the knife blade
  • perfect for slicing tomatoes, fruits and vegetables with ease
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DALSTRONG Tomato Slicer Knife ( Serrated Utility - Sheath)
Product Highlights:
  • outstanding craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, stunning design elements, and premium materials. peak performance has never looked so good at this price.
  • incredibly razor sharp, full-tang, imported high-carbon german steel with a hand polished edge at 14-16 degrees. precisely tempered and stain resistant.
  • award winning design, with satisfying heft, premium materials and quality feel. luxury imported black pakkawood handle is triple-riveted with a grip that ensures comfort and maneuverability. laminated and polished for a sanitary build, perfect for busy kitchens
10
Rada Cutlery Tomato Slicer ( Handle, 6 Pack R126)
Product Highlights:
  • handcrafted in usa
  • extra sharp high carbon stainless steel blade
  • comfortable solid cast aluminum handle
11
JA HENCKELS INTERNATIONAL 31160131 ( 5-inch, Black/Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • made in spain
  • fabricated from high-quality german stainless steel
  • fully forged construction offers durability and a seamless transition from blade to handle
12
Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Revolution ( Tomato, Utility Knife, White Blade)
Product Highlights:
  • the 5" micro-serrated utility knife thinly slices tomatoes and other tough skinned vegetables or fruits
  • ceramic blades are made from kyocera's proprietary zirconia material produced in japan for exceptional quality and beauty
  • ultra-sharp, pure advanced ceramic blades will maintain their edge up to 10x longer than steel blades
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Victorinox 67733US1 4 Inch ( Edge, Spear Point, Black, 4")
Product Highlights:
  • multipurpose serrated paring knife designed for everything from garnishing, mincing, or peeling, to slicing or dicing
  • the ergonomically designed, contoured swiss classic handle is inspired by our patented fibrox pro line and provides a sure grip and easy handling, even when wet
  • featuring a short blade for enhanced accuracy and precision, this paring knife is optimally built for jobs where control is essential

Erica Cowell

Whenever she finds time away from surfing (waves, that is!), Erica loves to write. Self proclaimed geek (and a nerd), you can find her trying out new kitchen gizoms. Chief kitchen editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Erica is based out of small but beautiful & sunny Southern California beach town where she grew up surfing. Reach her at erica@wraws.com.