Zwilling Chef’s Knife
FOUR STAR II
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The chef’s knife from FOUR STAR II is a real all-rounder loved many home cooks for its stability and design. The sturdy knife, with its wide 20 cm blade, doesn’t only make it easy to cut vegetables and chop fresh herbs, but also to smoothly cut fish and meat.
The chef’s knife from the FOUR STAR II range is an all purpose knife loved by many home cooks for its durability and easy of use. The knife is purposely made to be heavier than other knives in the range to make it really sturdy. It's long blade helps you to cut and chop fresh herbs and crunchy vegetables without putting much pressure, making your daily kitchen work easier. This knife from the TWIN® Four Star II range is also known to have a concealed tang, where the blade extends into the plastic handle and inextricably joined to it.
Zwilling's special steel manufacturing process has the perfect chromium and carbon content and the FRIODUR® blade is also enhanced by a special ice-hardening technique which makes the chef's knife harder and sharper. They will also not stain or chip and can retain their sharpness longer.
The bolster is seamless, ensuring no annoying edges between the handle and the blade. It also provides the right balance and acts as a finger guard. The concealed tang is permanently casted in the plastic handle, providing it optimum balance and safe handling.
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The Zwilling brand has been synonymous with high-quality products since 1731 and is one of the world’s oldest brands. Offering customers the very best kitchen and beauty products has always been Zwilling’s passion. Zwilling works together with renowned designers, who share Zwilling’s values and visions. The broad-based product range offers products for contemporary home kitchens—from knives and pots to frying pans, flatware and kitchen gadgets.
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