Global Rating: 4.92 from 12 reviews.
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|rating||title||date||name||city state/province country|
|Simple, effective (4/5)||Aug 27, 2014||Aliyah Levestam||Strahan Ta|
|Inexpensive lame that does the job nicely. Thanks!|
|Love this tool! (5/5)||Sep 25, 2012||Justin||Pittsburgh PA US|
|Made in USA! Sharpest blade EVER, works great!|
|bread lame (5/5)||Jan 21, 2013||thomas||penndel pa US|
|I have not yet tried this, but it appears in the video that the blade is being put on incorrectly, thus causing the blade to curve. The lame has a slight curve at the end, if the blade was put on the other way, it would be straight.|
|Dayle Watson (5/5)||Mar 20, 2011||Dayle Watson||Melbourne Vi|
Great quality Lame, very simple to attach the Blades and makes slicing the Dough seem effortless.
Plus 5 blades included at $9.50 is great value.
|Fabulous (5/5)||Oct 31, 2011||Greg||L.A. CA|
|I found the handle to be quite a help when scoring. So much more control then when using the Lame like the one shown shown in the Ciril Hitz video, which is what I had previously. I did make a couple of improvements: drilled a hole at the top so I could hang it and then sanded the wood smooth and finished it with Good Stuff (actually "great" stuff for sealing/finishing bread boards, etc.). Love it.|
|Excellent Value (5/5)||Jun 28, 2011||Rick E.||Irving Tx US|
|Well made and very comfortable to use. I, too, have been looking for a lame, but I've been unwilling to pay the high prices. I saw this in Eric's videos, and I was impressed. It didn't look cheaply made. I've been using a single-edge razor blade, but I was not getting the "ear". Also, I suggest you order the extra five-pack of blades; at only a dollar, you can't beat the price and it barely effects the shipping costs (if any).|
|High quality lame (5/5)||Mar 7, 2011||Joey B.||Edmonds WA US|
|I was looking to purchase my first lame and all that was available online were cheap plastic ones. This one is beautifully crafted, easy to use and made in the U.S.A.|
|bending (5/5)||Feb 1, 2013||maria campillo||chicago il US|
|It is a perfect tool and it is supposed to bend, that is the perfect way of making the right angle.|
|Buy it! (5/5)||Feb 16, 2014||Ed's Bread||Co|
After a disappointment with an expensive lame from the local high end cooking store, I remember I had wanted to try using Breadtopia.
That was the right decision. This lame is great. It was delivered quickly with a nice note and worked like a champ. And is not disposable!
It has a nice feel, it is a great value and helps support a company that has been super responsive and seems passionate about helping us bake better bread! I got perfect scores that took the loaves to a new level.
|curved blade required (5/5)||Feb 23, 2013||Anonymous|
|for the record a lame is suppose to have a curved blade. necessary to cause a correct bloom or ear on the baked loaf.|
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