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Victorinox Stainless Steel 10 Inch Semi-Flex Blade Chef's Slicer Knife with Rosewood Handle


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  • Stainless steel blading
  • Quality Rosewood handles
  • Beautiful coloring and grain patterns
  • Grain and coloring varies
  • Slightly flexes to resist cracking
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000MF2RHM
  • Item model number: 40044
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,499 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Stylish cutlery is key to have an attractive, memorable dinner, and it's hard to get any more stylish than with this Rosewood chef's knife by Victorinox. The handle is made of rosewood, which not only looks great, but is lightweight and durable as well. The color and grain patterns in the wood give the handle a very natural beauty, and adds personality to the table. The blading itself is constructed of stainless steel, which provides a high durability and a sharp edge, and resists corrosion and degradation. Chef knives are useful as large general utility knives, and are useful for multiple tasks, including slicing, mincing, chopping, and disjointing. This particular knife is designed to be semi flexible, which decreases the likelihood of cracking.

Previously known as RF Forschner, Victorinox knives are made in Switzerland by the makers of the original Swiss Army Knife. Stemming from pure necessity, Master Cutler Karl Elsner began producing the Original Swiss Army Knife in 1891 to meet the needs of soldiers on the field. Since then, Victorinox has become a fine cutlery company true to its Swiss roots and professional cutlery precision, quality, functionality and versatility. Victorinox is in the hands of more professionals, from the meatpacking industry to a four-star restaurant, than any other brand of cutlery.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Brownfield on February 2, 2013
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I bought this on the recommendation of my brother-in-law (an artisanal butcher and formerly sous chef at a Michelin star restaurant). He uses this as part of his daily butchering kit. Since good knives are a critical part of his trade, I trusted his advice and couldn't be happier with the decision.

For the last two years I have participated in small scale hog slaughter with friends and family. The Victorinox Forschner knives paired with a good steel (F. Dick Multicut) made a huge difference the second year; breaking and butchering 5 pigs in about half the time we butchered 4 pigs the year before. The flexibility is great for maneuvering around bones and executing a clean cut, even in novice hands.

The rosewood handle soaks up fat, preventing the handle from getting slick thus preventing dangerous situations. I was worried about the clean-up with the soaked up fat, but had no problems cleaning with soap and water. While fibrox may be slightly easier to clean, I'd rather spend an extra minute cleaning than hours in an Emergency Room waiting to get stitches from an accidental cut.

While you can find cheaper models out there, you'll be hard pressed to find a flexible blade that is as durable and holds an edge as well as this one.

Will gladly buy more Victorinox Forschner knives in the future.
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