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Folding Picnic Knife Walnut Handle

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  • 19 x 3.5 x 1.5 cm
  • All you need for a picnic - a bread knife and a corkscrew in one handy tool. Stainless steel with walnut handle. 19cm (7.5") when folded. Gift box.
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Technical Details
Brand Eddingtons
Model Number33688
Item Weight408 g
Product Dimensions20.8 x 7.4 x 3 cm
MaterialStainless Steel
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 610,157 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight408 g
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Date First Available10 Oct. 2008
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 Aug. 2010
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This is a good quality product although perhaps not as portable as I'd hoped: it's quite big and heavy. Because of this it's not something I'd pack in a rucksack for a day out walking. But certainly something to take on a picnic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Stephenson on 14 Jun. 2012
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I came to this via a newspaper article which described it as a "French folding picnic knife", the reviewer was fooled, perhaps by the fact that the box has a picture of a French chef wielding one and that it is called a Batard Folding Picnic knife. It is designed in the US and manufactured in China. That said, it seems to be good quality.

It is HEAVY, 350g, partly because, unlike the image, there are fairly hefty steel ends to the handle, to reduce the amount of walnut. It is unwieldy, the very sharp serrated blade is strongly sprung and there is no notch to get your thumbnail in when unfolding it. It closes quite fiercely and you need to watch your fingers. It does have a corkscrew but, given the weight of the handle it is not easy to use and I suspect that a lot of broken corks will result. This may not be important in these days of screw tops but I'd not use it on a good bottle and would probably take a back-up if I were drinking wine with a cork.

The lid of the (very classy) box suggests using it "while tailgating (picnicking from the back of your truck/SUV - not breathing down the neck of some other driver on the motorway), on your boat or RV, stashed in your glove compartment, packed in your suitcase for travel or tossed in your kitchen drawer". Certainly you would not want it in your rucksac if you were walking far. If your butler is carrying your picnic basket, stick it in to make him earn his salary; otherwise take a folding screwpull (or screw top wine) and a bread knife.

The packaging also suggests using it to slice crusty bread, cheese, salami, roast chicken - just about everything. I do not doubt thet you could do all of these things. However ....
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Poor Quality, Overpriced, Over-Hyped Chinese Product. 25 July 2008
By Barthbill - Published on
This is a typical Chinese low-quality product. I would love it if it were of decent quality.

This is the roughest blade hinge I have ever experienced. The blade grinds and balks when it is opened or closed. I don't believe I have ever felt such a rough knife hinge. It is even worse than a knife that has been dropped in sand. The blade is decent when new, but is poorly sharpened and dulls quickly, especially where it contacts a cutting board. The corkscrew does work smoothly and seems well-finished. They missed a good design opportunity on the corkscrew by not fitting a folding projection to make it a waiter's corkscrew. Nobody likes the brute-force corkscrews, you know. Many people can't even use them. Leverage is a wonderful thing.

The only good thing I can say about this knife is that it is pretty until you use it. It would make a nice gift for someone you knew would not use it, or know the difference.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Total disapointment 7 April 2014
By Theochogokin - Published on
I had literally been looking for someone to make a knife like this for years. Then comes one from LamsonSharp,"American Made Cutlery and Kitchen Tools since 1837"- yet this POS was made in China.

The wood handle is nice, it seems like decent enough quality stainless steel but it just doesn't work like it should.

The action on the knife was gritty right out of the box, and doesn't fit well in the handle when folded. It is not the right serration for a bread knife, and the serration is on the wrong side of the blade. Well on the wrong side if you are right handed like the majority of people out there. Serration on a bread knife should be on the side away from the rest of the loaf so it pulls the slice you are cutting off the loaf as you slice.

Disappointing all the way around. I will keep waiting for something that works, and I wish I had stayed away from this knife.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
not quite right 4 July 2008
By Ron Greer - Published on
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I was all excited when I found this item as it was just what I wanted, a way to cut bread and uncork a bottle at lunch time. The problem is it's really just a big scary pocket knife. I would have made the knife blade rounded and made it out of different type of steel. Upon arrival I found it was made in China; and that's also part of the problem. If it were made in France or Italy I'm sure they would have gotten the form right.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Just as advertised 11 Jun. 2014
By Larry C - Published on
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My wife wanted a serrated knife for picnics that would slice bread, fruit, salami and cheese. This knife has a long enough serrated blade to do exactly what she wanted. The fit and finish appears to be perfectly fine, unlike what some of the other reviewers found.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Would pay double for quality 2 Jun. 2010
By samba nova - Published on
Chinese made pocket knives are poorly made. Always beware of a product like this when the price is low. A decently made knife like this could sell for closer to $40 and it would be worth it because with proper care it would last a lifetime. I would gladly pay for a quality knife but buying cheap stuff from China is a waste of money. Always find out where products are made before you buy.
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