Winco 0034-08 - Dinner Knife - Stanford Pattern - Extra Heavy Weight - 18/8 Stainless Steel
Add a hint of elegance with the Winco 0034-08 Stanford Dinner Knife, available at a value price!
The Winco Stanford pattern of flatware adds a touch of elegance to contemporary dining settings with a subtle elevated fold down the center of a teardrop-shaped handle. The extra heavy weight design adds more durability that's more difficult to bend or warp than its medium weight counterpart. High quality 18/8 stainless steel composition and mirror finish offers protection against oxidizing agents that can lead to corrosion and rust, thus extending the longevity of its product life so you won't have to replace as often.
Dinner knives are used primarily for cutting the main entree dish, traditionally featuring a rounded tip to aid in this.
Main Features of the Winco 0034-08 Stanford Dinner Knife Include:
- 9" long
- High quality 18/8 stainless steel construction
- Extra heavy weight
- Mirror finish
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between Medium Weight and Heavy Weight flatware?
- Medium Weight flatware is the lightest weight. It's usually the most economical option and commonly used in high-volume facilities. Heavy Weight flatware is more durable and difficult to bend, ideal for most commercial facilities.
What's the difference between the stainless steel types 18/0 and 18/10?
- These stainless steel patterns represent the percentage of chromium versus nickel composition. An 18/0 stainless steel pattern is composed of 18% chromium and 0% nickel. It usually features a higher shine and can be used with magnetic tableware retrievers and scrap blocks. Flatware at this composition usually feature a lower luster and priced at a value. An 18/10 stainless steel pattern is composed of 18% chromium and 10% nickel, and offers maximum protection against corrosion, food and cleaning. This composition is much more durable with a soft shine and polished finishes that enhances the look of quality.