I’ve been using a ceramic knife for the last several years. However, while doing prep work for Thanksgiving dinner this past year I chipped the tip. So, I was excited to receive a new knife to take care of my cutting needs. I found that this knife was lighter than the knives I used when working in the meat department yet feels very durable. I tested my new knife by cutting a butternut squash in half as well as some vegetables for a stew. Even with difficulties from injuries with my hands, I found the handle was very easy to hold and grip. It sliced the veggies with ease and with very little pressure from me. With my garden producing lots of vegetables each year, this will be my new go-to knife for prepping them.
dinnoK Knife Product description
Every chef wants to be Rachel Ray or Jamie Oliver and the image of top chefs bring to mind the top quality required for perfect performance. A knife is not just a prop, it is a symbol of the chef’s trade and only quality will do. DinnoK offers you the quality you need to create masterpieces in your industrial or home kitchen, with this attractive eight inch stainless-steel blade.
The dinnoK competes against the top knives in the world with its full-tang blade and ergonomic pakka wood handle. Not only does the handle offer incredible comfort, but the overall shape of the instrument means it won’t stick in even the most demanding of cuts.
► Rounded for ease of use, it will fillet smoothly over and over
► Does the work of a paring knife or a Santoku
► Whether you’re achieving the perfection of French cuisine or merely slicing an onion, this eight-inch blade stands with the best that the knifemakers of Germany or the Japanese can offer
Do not be fooled by imitators or generic blanks passed off as true executive knives. Their knives will rust or break and results can be unpredictable or dangerous. With the durability of stainless steel and the rock-solid pakka wood handle, the dinnoK denies imitators their place in your bag of tricks.
Lesser knives lack the ease of sharpening of the dinnoK, nor do they come with their own sharpener. The dinnoK does, making it best not only slicing and dicing, but for remaining tops at the cutting game. The slightly smaller size of this chef’s knife makes it lighter like a ceramic knife but with the reliable strength of true steel.
It is eight inches of steel with the power of ten, making it the obvious choice for the knife connoisseur. Whether you just need one to cook for your family or sets of them to outfit a professional kitchen, only the dinnoK knife with its gift box and included sharpener will give you the perfection you seek.
Right now when you purchase this dinnoK knife on Amazon you will also receive a free knife sharpener!