Score By Feature Based on 32 ratings
|Easy to hold||4.8|
|Easy to use||4.7|
|Value for money||4.6|
Kuhn Rikon Serrated Paring Knife Product Description
Slicing tomatoes, as well as fruits and vegetables, is easy with this tool. Featuring ultra-sharp, hand-ground, Japanese stainless steel blades that are long-lasting and lightweight, these knives are fast and easy to carry. Featuring non-stick coatings, which allow food to slide easily and neatly from the cutting surfaces, and ergonomic handles which contour to the hand for maximum comfort.
- You can use it for slicing tomatoes and other soft fruits and vegetables, as well as bread, croissants.
- The blades of these lightweight knives are made from Japanese stainless steel that is ultra-sharp, hand-ground and long-lasting.
- Cutting surfaces with non-stick coatings allow food to slide off easily for cleaner and easier cutting.
- Comfortable handles contour to your hand for maximum grip.
- Having matching sheaths means the knives can be stored safely in kitchen drawers, and are great for use outside the kitchen as well (barbecues, camping, on vacation, etc.).
Questions & Answers
Selected User Reviews For Kuhn Rikon Serrated Paring Knife
Non-Response to Kuhn Rikon -- Knife for paring stick (5/5)
I've been using Kuhn Rikon knives for more than five years now Several decades. COLORI's blades are ergonomic, versatile and end up being sharp for quite some time after cutting. I like their I can “color code” whether I'm slicing, dicing, or rough chopping food by using the different colors. The color red denotes Green for veggies, etc. I was disappointed to see that the knife was The shoes were supposed to be made in Switzerland.
Hannah Pugh - 22/01/2021
These are my new favorites! Both of these knives are amazing to me and I am very particular about knives (5/5)
I like the way it feels. There is a lot of safety in the sheath, and they are very sharp. It surprised me to discover two new paring knives that I now love. We guarantee that this will not be a regrettable purchase.
Kimberly Cantrell - 22/03/2021
This knife is very lightweight, but it can cut through a variety of foods, such as It is my habit to bake a lot, and my husband likes to cut food into bite-sized I bought two knives for him because he loves this knife (5/5)
I did not find it in the color I wanted, but the red looked really nice as well. Snacks like these are used a lot around here. Despite their sharpness, they are protected by a cover to prevent fingers from getting cut. We like the knives because they're small, but they're very good.
Maximus Reid - 20/02/2021
It's a sharp knife, but the length is too short (2/5)
I have knives from the same brand and can't rave about them enough. This was an additional knife that I purchased. However, I found that the blade was too short, and it cut my fingers both times. In exchange for the knife, I returned it to the shop.
Rowan Cole - 01/01/2021
Knives I like to use most (5/5)
I'd have to say that my favorite knives are Kuhn Rikons. These are the only knives I use at this point in my life. The price is great, they are comfortable to hold, and they are great value for the money.
Aydin Mann - 01/01/2021
I have always thought that the grapefruit knife was the best (5/5)
The reason this type of knife is so good is because it is amazing for slicing half grapefruits for breakfast. My $40 Japanese Damascus steel paring knife cannot compete. Buying this knife would be a good investment if you like grapefruit for breakfast.
Memphis Martinez - 23/07/2021
You can't get a better knife than this one (5/5)
It has cut like it did when I first got it years ago. I have one that I purchased years ago and it still works. The one I had was in a different color, so I wanted another one. It is a must have knife, do not hesitate to buy it you will not regret it.
Joseph Blackwell - 04/03/2021
Knives that shine only when they are wet (1/5)
This is horrible. I was very disappointed with these knives. They get dull in a few short months and it is nearly impossible to restore them to a sharp state.
Alyssa Curtis - 26/05/2021