Wüsthof Gourmet 4 3/4-inch Cheese Plane

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ATKWCP
Special Price $17.95 Regular Price $22.95
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Effortless and responsive slicing... everytime!

A good cheese plane makes it easy and safe to produce consistently thin, even slices from semihard cheeses. A cheese plane is essentially a small trowel with a blade embedded in the flat head; using even pressure, you simply pull the blade across a cheese wedge or block in order to get a uniform slice of cheese. To find the best cheese plane, we bought nine models priced from $6.75 to $28.00 and put them to work slicing solid blocks of two semihard cheeses, dense cheddar and more-porous Manchego.

Wüsthof Gourmet 4 3/4-inch Cheese Plane

WINNER - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

This cheese plane produced perfect, clean-edged, even slices of ideal thickness every time. With a comfortable handle, a relatively long blade, and one of the thinnest and most flexible heads in the testing, it was a pleasure to use.


We maintain strict objectivity in all testing.*
EASE OF USE ★★★
PERFORMANCE ★★★
KEY: GOOD ★★★   FAIR ★★   POOR ★
Details

Materials: High-carbon stainless steel, polyoxymethylene (POM)
Blade Length: 2.25 in
Head Thickness: 0.02 in
Average thickness of cheese slice produced: 0.08 in
Item Number: ATKWCP
Item Weight: 4 ounces


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