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Remarkable for the knives in the Eclipse line is the twist in the grip, which makes the knives not only very attractive, but also adds an extra ergonomic dimension to the well-balanced design.
A chef’s knife is the knife that’s most used in the kitchen. The upward curved tip allows rocking the knife for easy mincing on a cutting board. Because of the wide and heavy blade it’s also suitable for light cleaving jobs.
With a carving knife it's simple to slice thin cuts of meat. Often used in combination with a carving fork to hold the roast.
A cleaver has a wide, rectangular, thick blade. Used for cutting large pieces of meat and cleaving its bones. They often have a hole at the end for hanging on a rack.
A boning knife has a thin, flexible blade. Used to remove bones from cuts of meat. The thin blade allows to get into small spaces.
A utility knife is the perfect knife for all cutting tasks that ask for precision.
A paring knife is a small, lightweight knife with a straight cutting edge. It's a real all-purpose knife, ideal for peeling and other small work. Often used to peel fruits or vegetables that are held in the hand.
A sharp knife is safer because you don’t have to exercise much pressure to cut. A sharpener is the essential tool to keep your knives sharp.
The poultry shears are designed specifically to be able to cut through bone, chicken skin, and other tough materials. These shears can be used as general kitchen shears, suited for a wide variety of heavy duty kitchen tasks.
Never loose track of your knives with the convenient folding bag.
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