The 25/10 or 2,5 mm Jean Dubost flatware specification indicates the thickness of the blade or the stainless steel used in the fabrication of items. Itís the highest grade, the heaviest cutlery, the most robust knives, forks and spoons you can find in the Jean Dubost product catalog. The weight of a 25/10 or 2,5 mm grade is generally 30% more important than a 12/10 or a 1,2 mm grade.
For knives, the detail which make the difference concern the aspect of the portion of the blade that extends into the handle. A 12/10 or 1,2 mm knive have a smooth tang. A 25/10 or 2,5 mm knive have a carved tang.
Now that you know how to make the difference between a 25/10 and a 12/10 flatware, take care of what you buy :
- 12/10 is cheaper but it is the lower grade you can find on the market
- This specification is not always indicated and described by the sellers
- It is difficult to evaluate this characteristic on the shootings of the items
Epaisseur Lame / Blade Thickness
You think that you make a good operation but it is not you who made really the best deal. Don't pay a 12/10 flatware at the price of a 25/10 flatware believing to save money.