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Victorinox Forschner 40025 Chefs Utility Knife, Rosewood Handle, 7 Inch Wavy Edge Blade. The Victorinox 40025 7 inch Chef's Utility Knife is meant to perform well through a wide variety of kitchen tasks. If you're slicing sections of meat, chopping an array of vegetables, or mincing fresh herbs the chef's knife can get the job done in both the hands of an up-and-coming student chef or a skilled and seasoned professional. Stamped construction provides a lighter, thinner blade, and a serrated edge cuts faster and stays sharp longer. The carved rosewood handle is classy, comfortable, and made to last. At 7 inches long tip to handle, and equipped with all the features that make this style of knife so popular, the Victorinox 40025 is an excellent addition to any cutlery set.
It has a rosewood handle, adding a touch of class to any culinary setting. As with all Victorinox knives, the handle is ergonomically designed to minimize wrist tension and provides a natural fit. Hand-washing of wooden handles is recommended.
The blade has an exceptionally keen, razor-sharp edge. The high carbon, stainless steel blade is hand finished by skilled craftsmen at Victorinox in Switzerland. A special tempering process is used to produce an edge that can be resharpened over and over again. Each Victorinox knife is stamped from a single sheet of metal. The blade is then hardened, tempered, ground, polished, etched and finished.
This Victorinox product, which is made in Switzerland, has been marketed in the U.S. under the R.H. Forschner brand name since 1937. As of 2009, it is now being sold in the U.S. under the Victorinox brand name. It was Forschner 40025, and is now Victorinox 40025.
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