Victorinox 47547 Serrated Edge Bread Knife Review

Knife Specifications

Overall Length:15.1 inches
Blade Length:10.2 inches
Blade Steel:High Carbon Stainless Steel
Handle Material:Patented Version of TPE Called Fibrox
Blade Finish:Polished
Weight:7.2 ounces
Manufacture Location: Switzerland


Ice Tempered (cryo treatment)
Full Tang
Good Balance
Very Sharp
Comfortable Slip Resistant Handle


Stamped Blade
The thin Blade Occasionally Causes it To Flex
Single Serrated Edge
Victorinox Swiss Army 10.25 Inch Fibrox Pro Curved Bread Knife

This Versatile, Serrated Knife From Victorinox is a Bread Cutting Beast And It A Be The Ultimate Sandwich Knife

In the world of kitchen cutlery bread knives don’t get a lot of attention. They are no where near as flashy as a chef’s knife, and they certainly are not as cool as the ever popular santoku knife, but if you cut bread on a regular basis a bread knife is a necessity. There are a lot of bread knives out there, and it can be tough to find the one that is best for your needs. If you are looking for a bread knife that can slice through bread like a dream (assuming of course that you dream about cutting bread),  and can be used for leveling and cutting pastries than this may be the bread knife for you. It can even be used to cut meat if that is what is needed. In fact this may be the ultimate sandwich knife, because it handles, meat, cheese and tomatoes surprisingly well.


Victorinox is known for durability, and this bread knife is no exception. If maintained properly with a Swiss Sharp Handheld Sharpener and honing steel it should last 10 to 15 years. Usually serrated bread knives are not kept for an extended period of time, because they are so difficult to sharpen, but the Victorinox 47547 was made with a special tempering process that allows it to be sharpened more easily, and it holds it’s edge better than other stamped stainless steel blades.

A Few Drawbacks

One of downsides to the Victorinox 47547  is that that the blade is stamped rather than forged, and this can cause it to flex a bit when you are first getting the hang of it. Another issue a few people have reported is that the serrated single edge design can cause to wander a bit with certain types of hard bread. I was not able to recreate that problem when cutting through a hard loaf of ciabatta, but if I run into that problem with further testing I will update this post.

Comfortable Handle

The handle of the Victorinox 47547 is really comfortable and easy to grip even if it is a little wet. It is made of a patented TPE material called Fibrox, and it is one of the more ergonomic bread knives I have used

Overall this is an excellent all around bread knife that handles many other cutting and spreading chores better than the competition in this price range. If you just want a knife to cut bread, I think the Tojiro F-737 Bread Slicer is a little better, but it is not as versatile.

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Ben started a twenty year commercial photography career after a blurry stint in the navy. He spent a lot of time losing and breaking knives and other EDC gear on location shoots before starting Nothing But Knives. He has reviewed and tested hundreds of both outdoor and kitchen knives over the course of the last six years, and he was mostly sober while testing and reviewing.

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