The Bob Kramer by Zwilling Euro Essential utility knife has a slim, long blade and can be used for various cutting jobs. The blade has a slight curve that ends in a pointed tip. As such you can rock the knife to chop herbs. You use the tip for the more detailed jobs. Anything that can’t be done with a chef’s knife because it is a little too big, can be done with this utility knife. Whether you need to cut cheese, sausage or finely chop herbs.
Kramer by Zwilling Euro Essential blade
The full-tang blade is made from revolutionary FC61 steel. The structure of the steel makes it possible to end up with an extremely fine, razor-sharp edge. The ice hardening of the steel gives you a sustainable blade with a hardness of 61 Rockwell. As such the blade is incredibly sustainable.
Kramer by Zwilling Euro Essential handle
The handle is made from non-slip plastic and the edges are finished by hand. This ensures a firm grip while you are using the knife. The handles are mounted together with stainless steel rivets, polished by hand and finished with a remarkable mosaic pin. A pin completely made by hand in the shape of the Bob Kramer logo.
The knives are made in Seki, Japan and are perfectly balanced. Amazing to work with!
|Finish blade||powder coating|
|Right or left-handed||left-handed, right-handed|
|Type of edge||plain edge|
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