Victorinox Swiss Army 3-1/4-Inch Fibrox Straight Edge Paring Knife, Black
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- 3-1/4-inch paring knife for coring, dicing, and mincing fruits and vegetables
- Stamped from stain-resistant, high-carbon steel
- Ergonomically designed, synthetic polypropylene handle
- Precisely tapered from base to tip, no bolster
- Hand-washing recommended, limited lifetime warranty
- Precisely tapered from base to tip; no bolster
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Hand-washing recommended; limited lifetime warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
What is the best thing in a knife is how long it keeps it's edge and how well it sharpens. This knife beats any other brand in this category. Yes the handle is simple and small.
No other knife let's me slice a block of hard cheese paper thin without much thinking about it and other's always drift. The beauty is in the thin blade...it is not flimsy...thinness of the blade is what makes the knife and yet it is durable.
I generally use Wusthof Classic knives, including a Wüsthof Gourmet 4-Inch Paring Knife that costs $19. That's enough to buy three of these perfect little Forschner knives and still have some money left over. Do yourself a favor and buy the three Forschner ones.
Since my original purchase, I have bought at least 5 more of these knives for myself and others. Never will your loved ones be so thankful for a $5 gift!
I've had these knives for a while and have had no issues with them losing sharpness -- I occasionally run the knife over a sharpening steel just to make sure the blade is still aligned, but it really shouldn't require any care. And if you do have any problems -- hey, it only cost five bucks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this along with a chef's knife and steak knives (all you really need) and it's an awesome tiny thing. Useful for small cutting and does the job it was meant to do. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Muahahaha
You get what you pay for. This is a very low end knife and that's the reason for the low price. I did not know that Victorinox produced low end products. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Steve Kerr
I have to edit this review after getting some more time with this knife.
This is some of the best money I have ever spent. Read more
Does it's job well enough. It does feel flimsy and light, but it's also a great price.Published 24 days ago by Steve M.