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Wusthof Classic 5" Serrated Utility Knife
|Features: The choice for slicing rolls and bagels, this serrated blade is a favorite for hard salami and even the ripest tomato. 14 cm (5") Made in Solingen, Germany.|
Kyocera Revolution Series Knives: 5.5" Santoku Knife FK 140 WH
|The Kyocera Revolution Series Knives have the same blades as Kyocera's Classic Series, but with a deeper blade and redesigned handle for precise control.The 5 1/2" sanutko knife slices easily into even soft, difficult-to-cut foods, such as meat, bread and tomatoes. Cutting is simple and the cut surface is smooth. The fine ceramic knife leaves no metallic taste or odor and helps to maintain the freshness of fruit and vegetables.Features of the Kyocera Knives, Revolution Series include: Ergonomic handle for easy handling and total control Water-proof polypropylene resin handle Sleek grounded, polished blades in white with rounded tip Ceramic blade retains ultra-sharp edge for months without sharpening & won't stain or rust Impervious to food acids; won't brown fruits and vegetables Lightweight and perfectly balanced for optimal performance Manufactured in Japan 5-year warranty Unique Attributes and Characteristics: Strength - The unrelenting strength & density of advanced ceramic allow grinding to microscopic precision by diamond wheels. This hardness translates into a rock-like edge that will not roll like a steel edge. Edge retention is the most significant benefit of using ceramic blades, which hold their edge 10 times longer than conventional steel blades, including high carbon steelsPurity - Ceramic is a pure & healthy alternative. Unlike steel blades, the ceramic blades will never rust of change from its natural state. It is impervious to acids, juices, oils, salts or other elements. As a result, it will never alter the taste, smell or appearance of food. Ceramic is as pure as it gets.Weight - Kyocera ceramic cutlery is typically half the weight of an equivalent steel knife, which requires a full tang added to the handle to achieve proper balance. Since the ceramic blade is so light, it needs no artificial weight added to the handle. This creates|
Ja Henckels Bob Kramer Euroline 8" Chefs Knife
|"My knives are a combination of artistry, old-fashioned craftsmanship and modern technology" -Bob Kramer.Kramer by Zwilling 8 inch Chefs Knife is the go-to knife, perfect for quickly mincing herbs, chopping vegetables, fruit, fish, boneless meats and a whole lot more! The chefs knife, no matter what size, is a kitchen workhorse and the most used kitchen knife by far. It's the perfect place to start off your Kramer by Zwilling Collection.Designed by Master Bladesmith, Bob KramerRazor sharp 52100 carbon steel blade (60-61 HRC)Comfortable contoured African Blackwood triple riveted handlesUnique brass bolsterPerfect balanceA Little (Bob Kramer) History.One of only 120 Master Bladesmiths in the United states (and the only Bladesmith in the world that specializes in kitchen knives), Bob Kramer is renowned for his hand-crafted knives. Cook's Illustrated wrote ?The Kramer knife outperformed every knife we?ve ever rated.? His one-of-a-kind kitchen knives are painstakingly made by hand in his forge in Olympia, Washington and retail for thousands of dollars. If you want one you have to be lucky enough to win the Lottery. And, we're not talking about your state's lottery, although that might help. The lottery we're talking about is how you come to purchase a Bob Kramer original. There's no waiting list you submit your name and hope you get picked! Limited to only a few privileged and lucky cooks, the King of Kitchen Knives decided he wanted to make a line of cutlery that every cook could enjoy and that is how the Kramer by Zwilling Euro Line was born.Kramer by Zwilling, The Euro Line.Needing a partner with experience in cutlery production and forging Bob turned to Germany's Zwilling J.A. Henckels, a 200 year old Cutlery Company in the small town of Solingen. "It's old school meets new school". The Euro Line is built to the same specifications as Bob's highly-coveted custom k|