Zwilling Henckel 3 Piece Set Four Star Knives & Sharpener

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Over 40 years ago ZWILLING J.A. Henckels revolutionized the standards for top-quality knives with the introduction of the seamless synthetic handle in the Four Star series. This masterpiece of safety, ergonomics and comfort has become the best selling ZWILLING J.A. Henckels knife series worldwide. Each knife is precision-forged from a single piece of steel, resulting in a sturdy, balanced, and flexible blade. The seamless transition from bolster to handle makes Four Star knives comfortable for long periods of use. The bolster provides the right balance while acting as a safe finger guard. Made in Germany. The 2-piece set includes knives for different uses. The 2-piece knife set includes a paring and garnishing knife that is compact, lightweight and versatile with a 10 cm slender blade and a centred tip. It is ideal for the daily cleaning, peeling and slicing of fruit and vegetables. The paring and garnishing knife can also be used for garnishing as well as the preparation and paring of meat. The set also includes a Chef's knife with a 20 cm blade. Its wide blade and sharp cutting edge makes it ideal for preparing meat and fish as well as fruit and vegetables. With this knife set, you can quickly perform all your cutting needs with precision.

  • Set Contents: 4" Paring, 8" Chef, 4 Stage Knife Sharpener
  • Ergonomic polypropylene handles permanently bonded for seamless accuracy and gaps
  • SIGMAFORGE knife is forged from a single piece of Special Formula High-Carbon NO STAIN stainless steel
  • Ice-hardened FRIODUR blade starts sharper, stays sharper longer, and has superior resilience
  • Precision-honed blade and laser-controlled edge ensures ideal cutting angle for sharpness and durability
  • 57 Rockwell Hardness = excellent edge retention
  • Edge angle 15 degrees per side
  • Dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended
  • Manufactured in Germany

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