20 best kitchen knives — Rating 2022


Rating of the best kitchen knives

Best Inexpensive Utility Kitchen Knives

Every kitchen should have knives that can han­dle a wide range of tasks. A uni­ver­sal tool for each user has its own para­me­ters. The main thing is that it is con­ve­nient for them to peel pota­toes, cut bread and sausage. Experts have select­ed sev­er­al inter­est­ing mod­els.

Rondell Santoku knife Flamberg 17.7 cm

Rat­ing: 4.9


Rondell Santoku knife Flamberg 17.7 cm

The Ron­dell kitchen­ware brand pro­duces the Flam­berg knife. Its vari­ety is san­toku, the pur­pose is uni­ver­sal. The max­i­mum blade length is 17.7 cm, the total length of the prod­uct is 31 cm. The cut­ting blade is made of high qual­i­ty X30Cr13 stain­less steel. On the Rock­well scale, its hard­ness reach­es 52–55 HRC.

The blade retains its sharp­ness for a long time due to the high qual­i­ty of the mate­r­i­al and the dou­ble-sided sharp­en­ing of the blades. Ergonom­ic han­dles made of flex­i­ble yet durable rub­ber pro­vide com­fort and safe­ty while work­ing in the kitchen. Such a ver­sa­tile device is con­ve­nient to store in any kitchen space. How­ev­er, you can not use the dish­wash­er to care for it.

Accord­ing to reviews, these knives are per­fect­ly bal­anced, lie per­fect­ly in the hand, which great­ly facil­i­tates the work and allows you to per­form var­i­ous manip­u­la­tions for a long time with­out fatigue for the hand. Many peo­ple like that the blades have a spe­cial recess sys­tem, due to which prod­ucts do not stick to the blade. The val­ue for mon­ey is just per­fect.

Advantages

  • bilat­er­al sharp­en­ing of an edge;
  • ergonom­ic han­dles made of ther­mo­plas­tic rub­ber;
  • the knife is per­fect­ly bal­anced;
  • spe­cial sys­tem of recess­es on the blades.

Flaws

  • not rec­om­mend­ed to be washed in the dish­wash­er.

See also: 12 best pot man­u­fac­tur­ers

Rondell Falkata RD-329

Rat­ing: 4.8


Rondell Falkata RD-329

The Ger­man knife Ron­dell Falkata RD-329 is prac­ti­cal­ly in no way infe­ri­or to the win­ner of the rat­ing. But due to the high­er price, experts gave the prod­uct only sec­ond place. The cut­ting tool is made for both hands, it has an anatom­i­cal shape of the han­dle and excel­lent bal­ance. For the man­u­fac­ture of the blade, the man­u­fac­tur­er used alloyed stain­less steel.

Chefs high­ly appre­ci­at­ed the dou­ble-sided sharp­en­ing of the blade, which allows them to suc­cess­ful­ly cope with cut­ting meat, chick­en and fish, as well as quick­ly clean and cut veg­eta­bles and fruits. At the same time, smooth cut­ting and sim­ple main­te­nance are not­ed. Its sur­face is eas­i­ly cleaned of grease and food residues under run­ning water or using house­hold deter­gents. It will not be dif­fi­cult for a zeal­ous own­er to sharp­en the blade.

Advantages

  • hygiene and easy care;
  • per­fect­ly smooth cut­ting;
  • com­fort­able han­dle.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

SAMURA Harakiri SHR-0023

Rat­ing: 4.7


SAMURA Harakiri SHR-0023

The Japan­ese knife SAMURA Harakiri SHR-0023 got into the top three. For a uni­ver­sal kitchen knife, the price is too high, which did not allow it to become a win­ner. Experts have no par­tic­u­lar claims on qual­i­ty. Blade length (15 cm) is enough to han­dle most prod­ucts. Per­fect sharp­en­ing of the cut­ting edge allows you to solve a wide range of tasks in the kitchen. But still, the sta­tion wag­on is not designed to work with large pieces of meat or for cut­ting bones.

The com­bi­na­tion of strength and duc­til­i­ty of the blade deserves high praise. The kitchen knife is not afraid of a large trans­verse load, the sharp­ness of the blade is main­tained for a long time. In user reviews, along with the advan­tages, the high price of the prod­uct and the need for reg­u­lar main­te­nance are not­ed.

Advantages

  • sharp blade;
  • qual­i­ty steel;
  • sharp­ens well.

Flaws

  • high price;
  • the need for reg­u­lar main­te­nance.

Nadoba Utility knife Marta 12.5 cm

Rat­ing: 4.6


Nadoba Utility knife Marta 12.5 cm

The Czech brand Nado­ba pro­duces the Mar­ta util­i­ty knife. The blade is made of high qual­i­ty stain­less steel. The han­dle of the prod­uct is forged, also made of stain­less steel. The max­i­mum length of the blade is 12.5 cm, the total length of the knife is 24 cm. The blade is thin, but does not flex when used.

Due to the spe­cial sharp­en­ing, the blade remains sharp for a very long time. The han­dle of the Mar­ta series of knives is equipped with an anti-slip sur­face, which pro­vides addi­tion­al com­fort dur­ing use. The prod­uct can be washed in a dish­wash­er. This uni­ver­sal cut­ting blade is designed for pro­cess­ing all types of prod­ucts: meat, veg­eta­bles and fruits, bread, cheese.

In reviews, con­sumers note that this knife from Nado­ba is light and very sharp. It lies well in the female hand. Also, many praise the lacon­ic and at the same time beau­ti­ful design of this prod­uct. A one-piece cut­ting blade with a han­dle with­out riv­ets or gaps pro­tects against the accu­mu­la­tion of dirt. This prod­uct per­fect­ly com­bines Euro­pean qual­i­ty and favor­able price.

Advantages

  • the blade stays sharp for a long time;
  • the han­dle is equipped with an anti-slip sur­face;
  • con­cise design;
  • Can be washed in the dish­wash­er;
  • The blade is thin but does not flex.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

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Attribute Chef’s knife Steel 20 cm

Rat­ing: 4.5


Attribute Chef's knife Steel 20 cm

The Chi­nese brand Attribute man­u­fac­tures the Steel series chef’s knife. It has a uni­ver­sal pur­pose. A wide and durable blade makes it easy to chop cab­bage, veg­eta­bles, herbs, cut frozen meat, fish and poul­try. The cut­ting blade reach­es a length of 20 cm. The prod­uct does not absorb pun­gent odors from prod­ucts, does not leave an iron after­taste, and resists cor­ro­sion for a long time.

The blade is made of high qual­i­ty stain­less steel, which is dis­tin­guished by its hard­ness and high anti-cor­ro­sion per­for­mance. The han­dle is also made of stain­less steel. It has a com­fort­able shape, does not slip in the hand, pro­vides max­i­mum com­fort when using. Since the prod­uct has a stan­dard size, it is con­ve­nient to store it.

Accord­ing to reviews, the knife is very con­ve­nient to use. Many praise him for being strong and whole. The tip of this kitchen item does not need con­stant sharp­en­ing, and also makes it pos­si­ble to quick­ly and effi­cient­ly cut food. The ser­vice life of the prod­uct is not lim­it­ed. To make this util­i­ty knife from Attribute last longer, it is bet­ter not to use it in the dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • the blade does not absorb odors, does not rust;
  • the han­dle does not slip in the hand;
  • does not require con­stant sharp­en­ing;
  • quick­ly and effi­cient­ly cut prod­ucts.

Flaws

  • not rec­om­mend­ed to be washed in the dish­wash­er.

The best kitchen knives for cutting meat

Raw meat is one of the most dif­fi­cult foods to cut. From a kitchen knife, excep­tion­al sharp­ness, strength, and abra­sion resis­tance are required. Such tools usu­al­ly have a wide blade and a rough han­dle. The fol­low­ing mod­els received atten­tion.

OPINEL Parallele 120

Rat­ing: 4.9


OPINEL Parallele 120

The OPINEL Par­al­lele 120 mod­el became the win­ner of the rat­ing among kitchen knives for cut­ting meat. This French tool was able to bypass many famous com­peti­tors due to the opti­mal com­bi­na­tion of price and qual­i­ty. The sharp blade is made from a spe­cial grade of Stain­less Steel Sand­vik. Experts high­ly appre­ci­ate the hard­ness of the blade, which is in the range of 56–58 HRC. With a blade thick­ness of 2 mm and a blade length of 16 cm, the knife is ide­al for cut­ting pork or beef.

When work­ing with meat, the han­dle becomes an impor­tant part of the knife. The use of beech wood and a spe­cial poly­mer (poly­oxymeth­yl­ene) make the han­dle not only com­fort­able, but also resis­tant to high tem­per­a­tures. The knife weighs 95 g, so the hand will not get tired even dur­ing long work.

Advantages

  • accept­able price;
  • opti­mal dimen­sions;
  • sharp cut­ting edge;
  • safe and com­fort­able han­dle.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

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Victorinox Swiss classic carving knife 15 cm

Rat­ing: 4.8


Victorinox Swiss classic carving knife 15 cm

The Swiss com­pa­ny Vic­tori­nox pro­duces a high-qual­i­ty Swiss clas­sic carv­ing knife. Its blade length is 15 cm, and the total length of the prod­uct is 28.5 cm. The blade is made of steel, made of high qual­i­ty stain­less mate­r­i­al. The han­dle is made of mat­te black Fibrox polypropy­lene. Ergonom­i­cal­ly designed with the high­est qual­i­ty mate­ri­als, this knife han­dles any task with ease.

The cut­ting blade of this prod­uct is quite thin, but the rigid­i­ty of the blade is enough to con­trol the knife dur­ing oper­a­tion. The com­fort­able han­dle does not slip, even when han­dled with wet hands. It holds sharp­en­ing well and is eas­i­ly cor­rect­ed to razor sharp­ness on ceram­ic musat.

From the reviews it fol­lows that such a knife is great for cut­ting meat and fish. It fits eas­i­ly in your hand for long work with­out fatigue. Such a kitchen appli­ance from the Swiss clas­sic series is con­ve­nient and quite com­pact. He received his approval from both pro­fes­sion­al chefs and enthu­si­as­tic house­wives. The prod­uct can be washed in a dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • keeps sharp­en­ing well;
  • the han­dle does not slip;
  • ergonom­ic design;
  • con­ve­nient and quite com­pact;
  • Can be washed in the dish­wash­er.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

Fiskars 1014204

Rat­ing: 4.7


Fiskars 1014204

The Chi­nese kitchen knife Fiskars 1014204 received good feed­back from users. It can be used for var­i­ous jobs, but cooks advise using it as a tool for cut­ting meat. A sharp and long (20 cm) blade allows you to cope with both ten­der pork or veal, and tough beef. For the man­u­fac­ture of the blade, the man­u­fac­tur­er used stain­less steel. In terms of hard­ness, the blade los­es a lit­tle to the win­ner (53 HRC), and the prod­uct weighs less (85 g).

The han­dle of the knife is made of plas­tic, which does not slip in a hand smeared with oil or grease. It is very easy to take care of the tool, the man­u­fac­tur­er allows it to be washed in a dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • long blade;
  • attrac­tive price;
  • ergonom­ic han­dle;
  • sim­ple care.

Flaws

  • too light.

Rondell Flamberg RD-681

Rat­ing: 4.6


Rondell Flamberg RD-681

The Ger­man-Chi­nese kitchen knife Ron­dell Flam­berg RD-681 did not reach the top three a lit­tle. One of the main advan­tages of this tool for cut­ting meat was the low price. It is more than twice as expen­sive as its com­peti­tors. In gen­er­al, experts char­ac­ter­ize the blade as a sol­id prod­uct that is suit­able for both ama­teur chefs and pro­fes­sion­als.

Of the advan­tages, users dis­tin­guish a sharp blade made of alloyed stain­less steel. With a hard­ness of 52–55 HRC and good sharp­en­ing, you can cut poul­try, pork or beef for a long time with­out addi­tion­al pro­cess­ing. The knife does not slip in the hand thanks to the rub­ber­ized han­dle, although experts con­sid­er this mate­r­i­al not envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly. The man­u­fac­tur­er does not rec­om­mend wash­ing the prod­uct in a dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • low price;
  • sharp blade;
  • com­fort­able han­dle.

Flaws

  • not eco-friend­ly han­dle mate­r­i­al;
  • dif­fi­cult care.

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Gipfel 6671 1

Rat­ing: 4.5


Gipfel 6671 1

The kitchen knife Gipfel 6671 has a clas­sic appear­ance. The prod­uct of a well-known brand from Ger­many is made by the Chi­nese for glo­ry. But accord­ing to a num­ber of indi­ca­tors and con­sumer reviews, the blade is infe­ri­or to the lead­ers in the rat­ing. For some, the mod­el los­es in price, but some­where the qual­i­ty does not reach the ide­al. In gen­er­al, experts rec­om­mend a knife for cut­ting chick­en, fish and meat at home. A sharp stain­less steel blade will not let the host­ess down in the kitchen. The length of the work­ing part (20.3 cm) is enough for cut­ting large slices of meat.

The plas­tic han­dle some­what spoils the qual­i­ty blade. If fat gets on it, the knife can slip out of the hand, which can be dan­ger­ous when cut­ting bony pieces.

Advantages

  • sharp blade;
  • opti­mal length;
  • afford­able price.

Flaws

  • plas­tic han­dle;
  • Blades often break.

The best knives for tomatoes

The toma­to knife has a long blade. The cut­ting edge is made wavy, thanks to which it is pos­si­ble to obtain even slices even when work­ing with soft veg­eta­bles. Experts have iden­ti­fied sev­er­al qual­i­ty prod­ucts.

Samura Knife for tomatoes Damascus 12 cm

Rat­ing: 4.9


Samura Knife for tomatoes Damascus 12 cm

The Japan­ese brand Samu­ra pro­duces the Dam­as­cus knife. This prod­uct is designed for del­i­cate slic­ing of toma­toes, oranges, lemons and oth­er fruits/vegetables with firm skins and soft cores. Some use it as a small knife for cut­ting bread. The blade length is 12 cm, the total length of the knife is 24.3 cm. The type of its cut­ting edge is a ser­rat­ed blade. The shape of the sharp­en­ing is sym­met­ri­cal.

The cen­tral lay­er of the blade is made of VG-10 high car­bon steel. Thanks to it, the knife retains its sharp­ness for a long time and makes an aggres­sive cut. Dam­as­cus lin­ings SUS 430 and SUS 431 pro­vide elas­tic­i­ty to the cut­ting blade and pro­tect the cen­ter lay­er from break­age. The black han­dle is made of mate­ri­als that are resis­tant to mois­ture and high tem­per­a­tures.

In the reviews, con­sumers note that such a kitchen appli­ance for cut­ting toma­toes fits com­fort­ably even in a small hand. The han­dle does not slip, and the entire prod­uct is resis­tant to aggres­sive envi­ron­ments. A knife from the Dam­as­cus series can become a real dec­o­ra­tion in any kitchen.

Advantages

  • remains sharp for a long time;
  • pro­vides an excel­lent cut of toma­toes;
  • styl­ish appear­ance;
  • lies com­fort­ably in the hand;
  • The han­dle is resis­tant to aggres­sive envi­ron­ments.

See also: 7 best veg­etable cut­ters

BergHOFF Leo 3950045

Rat­ing: 4.8


BergHOFF Leo 3950045

A good kitchen knife for toma­toes was cre­at­ed by Bel­gian engi­neers. Mod­el BergHOFF Leo 3950045 took the sec­ond line of our rat­ing. The blade was liked by both users and experts. The unique ser­rat­ed blade allows even soft toma­toes to be cut into thin slices. More­over, even after pro­longed use, when the cut­ting edge becomes dull, the knife con­tin­ues to please with a smooth cut. The blade is made of stamped steel with a non-stick coat­ing. It also pro­tects the blade from cor­ro­sion, but these advan­tages are lost when the poly­mer is abrad­ed.

The plas­tic han­dle looks styl­ish and ergonom­ic. It is easy to clean, does not slip in your hand, but the ser­vice life is lim­it­ed to a few months.

Advantages

  • afford­able price;
  • unique cut­ting edge;
  • non-stick coat­ing;
  • com­fort­able han­dle.

Flaws

  • fragili­ty of the coat­ing.

Fiskars Tomato Knife Functional Form 12 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


Fiskars Tomato Knife Functional Form 12 cm

The Fiskars brand launch­es the Func­tion­al Form toma­to knife. The devel­op­ers have placed spe­cial empha­sis on ergonom­ics, func­tion­al­i­ty and safe­ty. The length of the cut­ting plate of this prod­uct is 12 cm, and the total length of the knife is 24 cm. The blade is made of high qual­i­ty steel. If nec­es­sary, it can be eas­i­ly re-sharp­ened.

The Fiskars Func­tion­al Form cut­ting blade is equipped with an ergonom­ic han­dle that com­bines opti­mal han­dling com­fort with a mod­ern, styl­ish design. The edge is ser­rat­ed (ser­rat­ed). The black han­dle is made of plas­tic mate­r­i­al. The han­dle has a mount­ed type of fas­ten­ing. The han­dle is very com­fort­able and non-slip.

Accord­ing to reviews, the Fiskars toma­to knife has a styl­ish design. Ser­rat­ed sharp­en­ing allows you to cope with the peel with­out any prob­lems, pre­vent­ing the defor­ma­tion of the veg­etable itself. Many peo­ple like that this knife is very unpre­ten­tious in care, can be sharp­ened eas­i­ly and holds it per­fect­ly. The prod­uct can be washed in a dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • com­fort­able, non-slip han­dle;
  • styl­ish design;
  • gear sharp­en­ing;
  • pre­vents defor­ma­tion of toma­toes when cut­ting;
  • easy to sharp­en.

Victorinox Swiss classic breakfast and tomato knife 11 cm

Rat­ing: 4.6


Victorinox Swiss classic breakfast and tomato knife 11 cm

The Vic­tori­nox brand pro­duces the Swiss clas­sic break­fast and toma­to knife. The length of the blade, which is made of stain­less steel, reach­es 110 mm. This kitchen prod­uct has a ser­rat­ed edge. This knife is espe­cial­ly suit­able for slic­ing toma­toes and sausages. The wavy cut­ting edge makes it easy to cut food into thin, neat slices.

Polypropy­lene, from which the han­dles of such a Vic­tori­nox knife are made, does not slip in the hand, even if it is wet or in oil, it is hygien­ic, easy to clean, even in the dish­wash­er. Han­dles can be made in one of 5 col­ors. Regard­less of the col­or scheme, they have an ergonom­ic shape, lie com­fort­ably in the hand, allow you to work for a long time and not feel tired.

In reviews, con­sumers note that the blade of such knives is made of high-qual­i­ty stain­less steel with high anti-cor­ro­sion prop­er­ties. Many peo­ple like that such gear prod­ucts prac­ti­cal­ly do not need sharp­en­ing. They are easy to han­dle, light and com­pact. Some even con­sid­er such a knife to be uni­ver­sal.

Advantages

  • great for slic­ing sausages and toma­toes;
  • easy to clean;
  • prac­ti­cal­ly does not need sharp­en­ing;
  • non-slip han­dle;
  • dif­fer­ent palette of pens.

The best bread knives

Every­one had to deal with fresh soft bread, when the kitchen knife does not cut, but crush­es the prod­uct. Only spe­cial knives with a sharp ser­rat­ed edge are able to quick­ly pass through a hard crust and cut the flesh even­ly. Sev­er­al mod­els have earned praise from experts.

Victorinox Swiss classic bread knife 21 cm

Rat­ing: 4.9


Victorinox Swiss classic bread knife 21 cm

The Swiss clas­sic bread knife from Vic­tori­nox has a blade length of 21 cm. It is designed for any dough prod­ucts, and can also be used as a uni­ver­sal one. The type of cut­ting edge of the blade is ser­rat­ed (wavy). The han­dle mate­r­i­al is Fibrox polypropy­lene. It comes in 5 col­ors to choose from. The total length of the prod­uct reach­es 34 cm.

The well-designed han­dle fits com­fort­ably in the hand, allows you to work for a long time and not feel tired. This kitchen appli­ance is quite long and rel­a­tive­ly nar­row, with a wavy edge, which makes it easy to cut the dough, sep­a­rate the bot­tom of the pies, and also cut the bread. Also, the ser­rat­ed blade of this cut­ting blade pre­serves the struc­ture of even the most del­i­cate cakes.

Con­sumers in the reviews praise the non-slip coat­ing of the han­dle. The knife cuts every­thing very thin­ly and prac­ti­cal­ly does not need sharp­en­ing for home use. When cut­ting bread, crumbs are prac­ti­cal­ly not formed. Although some may be con­fused by the price, most believe that such high qual­i­ty is worth it. Such a prod­uct from Vic­tori­nox will delight for many years.

Advantages

  • designed for any dough prod­ucts;
  • prac­ti­cal­ly does not need sharp­en­ing;
  • does not crum­ble bread, but slices thin­ly;
  • non-slip han­dle.

Tescoma Azza Bread Knife 22 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


Tescoma Azza Bread Knife 22 cm

The Czech brand Tesco­ma pro­duces a mas­sive Azza bread knife. It is forged from a sin­gle piece of Japan­ese stain­less steel 410/16/20 hard­ness 55–57 HRC. The blade is shaped and sharp­ened by hand for max­i­mum effect in use. Blade length — 22 cm, width — 3 cm. Total length of the prod­uct — 35 cm.

The com­fort­able one-piece forged cut­ting plate made of high-qual­i­ty stain­less steel is equipped with a plas­tic han­dle, which is secured with spec­tac­u­lar met­al riv­ets. The prod­uct has a ser­rat­ed blade, great for cut­ting bread and cakes. Cut­ting with a ser­ra­tor is eas­i­er and faster due to the fact that fine teeth cling to the mate­r­i­al being cut at dif­fer­ent angles.

Accord­ing to reviews, the Azza knife does an excel­lent job with both the crust and the soft cen­ter with­out dam­ag­ing the slices. When cut, a min­i­mum of crumbs is formed. The crumb does not stick to such a kitchen appli­ance even if the bread is still warm. Many peo­ple real­ly like the func­tion­al, styl­ish design of this prod­uct and its ele­gant appear­ance.

Advantages

  • the blade is sharp­ened by hand;
  • effec­tive han­dle;
  • copes with both the crust and the soft cen­ter;
  • prac­ti­cal­ly does not form crumbs.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

The best fillet knives

To sep­a­rate the bones and skin from the meat, nar­row and long knives are used. The point­ed nose makes it easy to dig into the mus­cle tis­sue, and the lim­iters on the han­dle make the work safe. Here are the lead­ers among fil­let knives.

BergHOFF Everslice 1302104

Rat­ing: 4.9


BergHOFF Everslice 1302104

In the BergHOFF Ever­slice 1302104 fil­let knife, Bel­gian engi­neers have applied a num­ber of unique tech­nolo­gies. This fact could not go unno­ticed by our experts, who gave the first place in the rat­ing to the instru­ment. The man­u­fac­tur­er used stain­less steel with X30Cr13 alloy­ing addi­tives as the main mate­r­i­al. Tita­ni­um pvd coat­ing is applied on the steel sur­face. It not only makes the appear­ance sophis­ti­cat­ed, but also pro­tects the met­al from aggres­sive envi­ron­ments. Thanks to the nar­row and long (23 cm) blade, the cut is neat and even.

For ease of use, the han­dle is made of soft polypropy­lene with nylon inserts. The pres­ence of a side on the han­dle pre­vents slip­ping of the hand towards the blade, which makes the work as safe as pos­si­ble.

Advantages

  • strong and flex­i­ble blade;
  • tita­ni­um coat­ed steel;
  • com­fort­able safe han­dle;
  • spec­tac­u­lar appear­ance.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

Victorinox Swiss classic sirloin knife 20 cm

Rat­ing: 4.8


Victorinox Swiss classic sirloin knife 20 cm

The Swiss brand Vic­tori­nox pro­duces the Swiss clas­sic fil­let knife. It fea­tures a flex­i­ble blade that reach­es 20 cm in length. It is made of X50CrMoV15 steel. Rock­well hard­ness Hrc 55–56. The cut­ting blade is long, thin and very sharp. Due to its length, the slices are thin and whole.

Such a cut­ting tool has a high ergonom­ics, thanks to which it is con­ve­nient for them to per­form any manip­u­la­tions relat­ed not only to slic­ing fil­lets, but also chop­ping veg­eta­bles, prepar­ing dish­es for serv­ing. The han­dle is made of black plas­tic. The blade has an anti-cor­ro­sion coat­ing. The prod­uct can be washed in a dish­wash­er.

Accord­ing to reviews, there are no com­plaints about the blade. It is almost per­fect — flex­i­ble and very sharp. With such a tool, butcher­ing meat and fish is a plea­sure. How­ev­er, some note that for such a price, the pen looks rather poor and sim­ple. Some buy­ers shared that they have plas­tic burrs stick­ing out on the blade and along the edges on such prod­ucts.

Advantages

  • long, flex­i­ble and very sharp cut­ting blade;
  • anti-cor­ro­sion coat­ing;
  • makes whole and thin slices;
  • Great for cut­ting meat and fish.

Flaws

  • the han­dle looks bad.

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Samura Slicing knife Harakiri 19.6 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


Samura Slicing knife Harakiri 19.6 cm.jpg

Japan­ese man­u­fac­tur­er Samu­ra releas­es the Harakiri knife. It is great for slic­ing meat or fish fil­lets. Also, this kitchen appli­ance has proven itself well in the prepa­ra­tion of Japan­ese fish dish­es. The prod­uct has a very thin, nar­row and straight blade made of AUS 8 steel, which is well resis­tant to cor­ro­sion. The length of the cut­ting blade reach­es 19.6 cm.

Samu­ra Harakiri knives are sharp­ened in an extra­or­di­nary way — on water stones. The blade is very thin and sharp. Light­weight, per­fect­ly bal­anced and pleas­ant to the touch, the han­dle is com­fort­able dur­ing kitchen manip­u­la­tions. There are riv­ets on it and it looks very sound­ly. The prod­uct is light and com­fort­able to use.

In the reviews, con­sumers real­ly praise the fac­to­ry sharp­en­ing of this kitchen appli­ance. Despite its large size, the knife is per­fect­ly prac­ti­cal in any hand. The blade length of the Samu­ra Harakiri slicer is enough to cut almost any prod­uct in one pass.

Advantages

  • the blade is made of stain­less steel;
  • cut­ting blade thin, nar­row, straight;
  • sol­id han­dle with riv­ets;
  • lies per­fect­ly in the hand;
  • cuts any prod­uct in one pass.

Fiskars 1014200

Rat­ing: 4.6


 Fiskars 1014200

The Finnish knife Fiskars 1014200 became a wor­thy com­peti­tor. It lost quite a bit to the win­ner in terms of blade length (20 cm) and the use of ordi­nary stain­less steel. How­ev­er, the sharp long blade also does an excel­lent job of sep­a­rat­ing bones and skin from meat, the sharp­ness of the cut­ting edge is main­tained for a long time due to the high hard­ness of steel 53 HRC. The knife is not only hard and durable, but mod­er­ate­ly flex­i­ble and thin. There­fore, both ordi­nary con­sumers and pro­fes­sion­al chefs speak flat­ter­ing­ly about its qual­i­ties.

The han­dle is made of plas­tic with Soft­grip coat­ing, which pre­vents the hand from slip­ping. The low­er pro­tru­sion at the front of the han­dle makes cut­ting safe. The man­u­fac­tur­er allows wash­ing the knife in the dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • low price;
  • blade strength and flex­i­bil­i­ty;
  • anti-slip han­dle.

Flaws

  • dif­fi­cul­ty sharp­en­ing the blade.


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Total votes: onerat­ing: 5

Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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