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Item 166346
Model KG385

WoodRiver - 16" Rocking Pizza Cutter Kit - Stainless Steel

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Make quick work of creating even, straight slices with the WoodRiver® 16-Inch Rocking Pizza Cutter Kit. The 16" 3Cr13 stainless steel straight edge, extremely sharp beveled blade halves a pizza pie in one pass. Cutter’s rocking motion makes it easy to use, and since the center of force is concentrated over the blade, it applies twice the downward force compared to conventional cutlery.


Features:
  • Easy to use
  • Simple to clean
  • Make fast work of cutting a pizza pie
  • Center of force is concentrated over the blade
  • Versatile handle design allowing for your choice of either one long handle or two short ones

Specifications:
  • Blade length: 16"
  • Blade width: 4"
  • Blade thickness: 3/32"
  • Blade material: 3Cr13 stainless steel

What's Included:
  • (1) 16" Rocking Pizza Cutter Kit - Stainless Steel

Notes:
  • In addition to this kit, completion of the pizza cutter requires 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 16" turning stock, 4 mm and 6 mm brad-point bits and epoxy, all sold separately.
  • Kit’s design allows you to create one continuous handle across the blade’s spine or two 4" handles, one for each end.
  • Cleaning instructions: wash the cutter by hand with soapy water, using a downward motion from the handle to avoid the sharp cutting edge, rinse thoroughly, and towel dry.


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Reviews

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3 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works great!

    I picked this pizza cutter up on sale at my local Woodcraft store (Ventura CA -- great folks!). I had never put handles/scales on a blade before so it took a couple tries to figure out the method but once I did that it was easy. I just put short handles on both sides of each end; easy to install and work great. We use the cutter frequently and it is a huge improvement over the small wheel-type pizza cutter. I use the box and foam insert to store the blade when not in use; had to punch out the foam around the handles but that was easy. I would recommend this to anybody that is interested in a blade-type pizza cutter.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Forget the rivets and use brass pins

    There was no corrosion as mentioned in a previous review. on the blade I bought. There were a few scratches that might detract from a ‘new’ look. Thee months in the knife drawer and no one will care. But... The rivets are just bad design for all sorts of reasons. Let’s skip the list of grievances and just say that you should throw the rivets away and use pins like you would for a knife. With the rivets: 2 stars for the two hours I wasted dealing with them. Without the rivets: 4 stars. I have plenty of 1/4” brass rod so if the rivets weren’t included, I would have been better off. Split the difference at 3 stars.

  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Cheap foreign steel and components.

    The rivets included in this are completely useless. The instructions mention using metric drill bit sizes. Seriously, why would a company in Parkersburg, WV advertise using metric brad-point bits. Hard enough to even find a good set brad points, let alone metric. They also mention using "double-sided woodworking tape" lol, but they dont sell any. If you buy this, just add a handle using a quality epoxy, and skip the junk rivets they include with this. ALso, have fun polishing the rust off the blade lol. Glad I got this half off!

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