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Forschner / Victorinox Cimeter Knife, 14" Black Fibrox Handle Model 41534


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  • Handle:Black Fibrox
  • Size: 14"
  • Type: Curved Blade
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FJRUDG
  • Item model number: 41534
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,051 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The R.H. Forschner collection has grown in size and stature since its name was first carved in steel in 1855. Historically a premier choice of culinary professionals, it is still preferred by professionals today. Renowned for its extremely sharp, Swiss made, steel blades from Victorinox, R.H. Forschner provides professionals in food processing and preparation with superior quality, value-priced cutlery that enhances performance and increases productivity. They are manufactured in Switzerland. The renowned rosewood handles feature a carved handle design with the unique beauty of natural rosewood and are extra durable. The fibrox handles feature a non slip, ergonomic design and are NSF approved. The blades feature a high-carbon no stain steel with the unique Victorinox polished surface and a taper ground edge. An extensive selection of professional butcher knives designed and used in food processing to choose from. Victorinox knives are conical ground on the full length of the blade as well as crosswise. This results in a wider break point with less risk of the blade breaking and less resistance for ease of cutting. A quality steel x50CR MO composition, with a rockwell hardness of 55-56 HRC for high edge retention. Did You Know: A Granton edge, or "kullenschiff" edge, has hollowed out grooves on the sides of the blade. These grooves fill with the fat and juices of the product being sliced, which allows for thin, even cuts without tearing or shredding the meat. **The NSF mark is a certification of quality assurance and hygienic design. The National Sanitation Foundation mark is proudly carried on all R.H. Forschner blades with a fibrox or nylon handle and assures you of quality and assurance to use in a commercial environment. Look for this mark. Realize that most manufacturers do not carry this seal!

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Better used to scare off robbers.
Jasper R. Segal
This knife will easily cut a whole chicken in half (bones and all), but big beef bones will likely stop it (but you'd use a hatchet or saw on those anyways).
Jesse P.
Too big for typical household tasks, but for anybody cutting large fish/meat it will be great!
Murph909

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jasper R. Segal on May 5, 2011
Wow, this thing is huge. I used to cook in fine dinning and worked as a fish monger and butcher so I know knives well. This thing however is to big to approach much except the largest hunks of beef/pork. Better used to scare off robbers.

I would like to sell mine.

Great quality and feel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Murph909 on October 17, 2011
I work in a seafood department of a grocery store and we use this knife to cut everything including whole halibut and salmon, right through the spine. We abuse this knife and yet it is easily sharpened and holds up great! Too big for typical household tasks, but for anybody cutting large fish/meat it will be great!
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Before going any further with quality (which is amazing), you must understand that this knife is massive. It measures in at around twenty inches (give or take a few) with 14 inches of blade with the actual cutting edge being closer to 16 inches due to the upturned tip. If you only cook in an average kitchen, go with a smaller knife (say a ten inch blade).

However, you might say something like, "but I need a big knife to do some big jobs." If that is what you are thinking, try using a machete as a tool in the space that you will be using this knife (seriously, I'm not joking: I have machetes that are shorter than this knife). If the size of the machete is no hindrance, than this is a good knife for you. If you find yourself skewering objects that you aren't intending to skewer or being blocked or cramped, then get a shorter knife. This knife will require 2'x3' box of open space to really be able to take advantage of the length of the blade.

If, however, you work in a commercial kitchen and regularly break down large hunks of things to a smaller size (not just critters, but vegetation too) than this is an amazing knife.

Out of the box, it was sharp enough to shave the hair off of my arm and stayed that way with regular use of a honing steel for well over four months. That was with daily use doing everything from cutting melons, to prepping 10 lb and up roasts, to carving briskets and even many tasks that you would normally use a chef's knife for but I used this simply because I had it handy. The lack of a granton edge on it made for thin slices of ham and the like a bit tricky, but it was still manageable.

It's tough enough to take apart winter squash without being dangerous and yet well balanced enough to slice tomatoes for sandwiches.
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Excellent knife. Works better than a cleaver for splitting chicken.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By justin viehweg on September 4, 2013
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Love the knife, but it does not say "Forschner" on it like the picture shows. When you buy a Forschner knife, you want it to say Forschner.
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