Chances are, if you open your kitchen drawers you’ll find a little Victorinox knife somewhere.
Most likely, it’s one of your favourites too. And that’s for a good reason: Victorinox knives are probably the most well-known knife brand worldwide. Made in Ibach-Schwyz and Delemont in Switzerland, their range of household and professional kitchen tools (not to forget their famous Swiss Army Knives) all started over 135 years ago, in 1884. All Victorinox steel blades are made from 100% recycled, martensitic stainless steel. This steel provides optimum function & durability and delivers the perfect combination of cutting edge retention and corrosion protection. The blades should also be flexible so it does not break during use.
Grand Maître knives with forged steel blades transition seamlessly into specially sculpted ergonomic handles, creating a knife that is perfectly balanced and simply beautiful to hold. For amateur cooks and professional chefs alike, the Grand Maître collection is all about balance. Each piece in this widely sought range is of a full tang construction, uniformly hardened and forged from a single piece. Because of this, the transition from blade to handle is sleekly seamless, with the latter ergonomically shaped for comfort even over sustained periods. The bolster thickens between the handled and the blade which provides a smooth transition and increases user safety.
Inject style and sophistication into your fish filleting with this sleek blade. Not only does our Forged flexible filleting Knife excel in its aesthetic, but it’s also robust and expertly engineered. The forged full-tang blade is uniformly coated for excellent durability and perfectly balanced for the ultimate ease of use.
- Smooth uniform cuts every time
- Perfect balance
- Ergonomic handle with rivets
- Forged from a single piece of steel and hardened uniformly
- Long service life
- Gift Boxed
To find out the best knife to use for your next task at hand, how to sharpen and care for it, and why how your knife is produced is important, check our Best Knife Guide Online blog post.