Crafter – Real knife craft for real food fans
Fast-paced consumerism and carelessly produced fast food – that’s not our world.
With the WÜSTHOF Crafter knife series, we offer you a high-quality product and, with the careful selection of raw materials from smoked oak, brass and stainless steel, set a conscious counterpoint to the masses. This is exactly how we create durable cooking tools for every individual kitchen craftsman. And this is exactly how the robust WÜSTHOF Crafter knife becomes your ingenious companion when preparing fresh food. Completely manufactured in Solingen, Germany.
WÜSTHOF Crafter Features:
- Forged from one piece of stainless steel
- Final buffing by hand
- Traditional brass rivets
- Handle shells made from smoked oak
- Authentic trident branding
- Full tang
The full bolster reliably protects the fingers in everyday cooking and the balance makes agile and precision work easier.
As an extension of the blade, the tang gives the forged knife reliable stability. In addition, it ensures good balance as a counterweight to the cutting blade.
The ergonomic knife handle sits well in the hand and curves into the hand to prevent slipping. The robust handle shells are secured with traditional brass rivets.
The handle is made of water-resistant smoked oak, which gives the knife an unmistakable character with its individual grain as well as the authentic logo.
The Carving Knifes shape and sharpness are designed to cut very thin slices of hard ingredients, especially from hams. These qualities make this knife ideally suited to fruit and vegetables and other meats too, as well as for carving roasts.
Carving Knife 16cm Features:
- Can be used for Dry or semi-dry sausage, Fruit, Ham, Meat, Roast & Vegetables
- Type of use: cutting & carving
Carving Knife 16cm Specifications:
- Blade Length: 16cm
- Blade Width: 25mm
- Handle Length: 108mm
- Handle Material: Smoked Oak
- Hardness Grade: 58HRC
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