At the same time reassuring, powerful and very manageable, it is used easily for slicing and cutting.
From the makers of the classic French folding knife comes a collection of kitchen knives that are already making waves—they’ve been selected by the Alain Ducasse cooking school in Paris for use in their workshops.
The curved cutting edge means food can be chopped using a rocking motion. The blade stays rigid and stable when slicing. The continuous cutting edge frees the heel of the blade and makes sharpening easier.
Inspired by the design of the Opinel pocket knife, the handle of the Intempora cooking knife guarantees a secure grip in the hand. Made from POM polymer loaded with fiberglass, it is resistant to use, shocks and heat, with its polished finish giving an elegant velvet feel in the hand. The blade is made from 12C27 Sandvik modified stainless steel with a high carbon content for effective cutting and excellent corrosion resistance. The full tang blade runs along the entire handle and gives the knife durability and balance.