The Bob Kramer by Zwilling Euro Stainless utility knife, 13 cm 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 Stainless blade
The knives have a damascus steel blade with a core of SG2 powdered steel. This type of steel is hard and retains its sharpness. Hardened to 63 Rockwell. On top of the hard SG2 core 100 layers of damascus steel were added. The pattern in the damask layer is absolutely unique. It is, after all, one of Bob Kramer’s designs you won’t find on any other type of knife.
Kramer by Zwilling Euro Stainless handle
The handle is made from micarta: pressed linen with a wood look. The stunning handle definitely fits the blade in terms of design. In addition, micarta is moisture proof and retains its shape. This ensures that the knife and the handle can withstand long-term and intensive use. The handles are secured with stainless steel rivets and finished with a remarkable mosaic pin. A pin completely made by hand in the shape of the Bob Kramer logo.
The knives are completely made by hand in Seki, Japan. As a result each knife is unique.