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Wilton 15-inch Serrated Knife Spatula

by Wilton

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  • Decorate with greater comfort, more control and less fatigue, thanks to contoured handle with finger pad
  • Flexible stainless steel blade is perfect thickness for gliding over icing
  • 9 7/8 inch blade
  • We make it simple, you make it amazing !
  • Wilton

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 7.1 x 42.4 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
  • Item model number: 409-6048
  • ASIN: B000W5EG1C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Nov 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 492,657 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision

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Wilton 15 inch Serrated Knife Spatula

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By mrs susan locke on 20 Nov 2013
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The only serrated palette knives I could find. Just the job for children's christmas presents Delia has a lot to answer for
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Bit dissapointed as it said a 15" knife - which I thought was the blade - which is normally the case - but it was the whole knife - is not big enough to cut large cakes so had to order the Little Venice Company as well!
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By Mrs. S. A. Atkins on 14 Jan 2013
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just the job for my baking needs, i can slice a cake as well as lift it with this knife, great all rounder would recommend this to my friends
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
a bit deceptive... 15 Sep 2009
By Dennis Nesser - Published on Amazon.com
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Ordered this thinking I was getting a 15" blade, instead the 15" contained the handle. I can get those all over the place, so while it wasn't a horrible deal, it was not the deal I was looking for.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Blade is 8". Great for cutting, not for icing. 29 Mar 2011
By The Good Life - Published on Amazon.com
Like the other reviewers, I'm not sure why this is called a spatula when it's really a knife, or why they don't properly describe its length. With the handle, it's 15", but the usable part of the blade itself is only 8".

I am still giving it 4 stars because I love it as a cake-cutting knife. It is very sturdy so it will cut through refrigerated or frozen cakes, and it's serrated on one edge and flat on the other, so you can easily use it either way depending on what you're cutting. Ideally, the blade would be 10" long to go through most cakes, but I use it on 9" cheesecakes all the time and it's only a minor inconvenience (and only on the first cut). I have once or twice used it to separate cheesecakes from the pan base, but because it's sharper than a spatula, I nearly scratched the non-stick surface. So I use an offset, flexible spatula for that.

You can use it to ice cakes to some extent, but because it's a straight blade and not an offset one (where the handle sits above the blade so you can keep it and your fingers out of the icing) it isn't often going to be that useful for icing cakes. It would be more useful for flattening icing if the blade were longer, but you could use either the flat or serrated side on the sides of a cake for that.

So maybe it's really a 3.5-star product! But I do love it and I use it any time I need to cut any kind of cake!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Neat stainless steel look and good design concept but... 17 Mar 2010
By Morei - Published on Amazon.com
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This product is kind of neat look and solid in hand. I think it is wonderful idea that combine "knife" and "spatula", that is the reason I purchased.

But, this product is only great as a cake "knife", not "spatula" when you try to do icing because it is not FLAT and also with those knife teeth, you would be frustrated working your cake icing.

So, great concept but not funtionable...unless you just need a cake knife, that is what this product is doing in my kitchen now.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great for Scallops 12 Oct 2012
By Andrew C. Harmer - Published on Amazon.com
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Here in California we have rock scallops that get quite large, and are tasty. The downside is the shells are heavy and I don't want to carry them around on a dive. I have seen plenty of people with their limit of scallops (currently 10) get into real peril as they are unable to surface, or stay on top due to weight. The easiest way around that is to shuck them underwater. This leaves the shell and encrusting organisms on the rock, and puts the scallop meat in my freezer.

This tool was recommended to me as a great tool for shucking rock scallops underwater. I took it on a breakwater dive out of King Harbor yesterday and it worked great. The hole through the handle was perfect for the attachment of a lanyard and a clip. I could clip it off to my weight belt, and I never even noticed it was back there. It slipped into the open scallops easily, and sliced the meat from the shell with ease. It is slightly flexible, so it was able to follow the gentle curve of the shell. I could see how some scallops in hard to reach areas would not be practical to harvest with this tool, as it does not have the backbone to muscle the mollusc out of cracks.

It probably works well on cakes too.
Five Stars 2 July 2014
By T. Luu - Published on Amazon.com
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Arrived as expected, no issues so far!
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