Boning knife, Victorinox Grand Maître collection.
Smooth-edged 15cm-6" blade. Elegant wooden handle
Combining superb form with exceptional functionality, the Santoku Grand Maître knife from the Victorinox forged knife collection features an evenly tempered, perfectly balanced one-piece forged blade.
This elegant knife was designed for working with meat, and is flexible enough to cleanly debone bones.
Combining superb form with exceptional functionality, this knife features a one-piece forged blade, evenly tempered and perfectly balanced.
It's not just the blade that gives this knife its strength, its wooden handle is equally elegant and resistant. Hand-polished and ergonomically designed, this handle guarantees comfort and ease of use for its owner, whatever the duration of the task.
15cm-6'' blade length
Brown modified maple wood handle
Not dishwasher safe
Supplied in gift box
Victorinox AG guarantees all knives and tools to be of first class stainless steel and also guarantees a life time against any defects in material and workmanship (save for electronic components 2 years). Damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse or abuse are not covered by this guarantee.
Information on forged knives
Forged blades are knives which are made from a single piece of metal so there’s a seamless transition from blade to handle with a built-up section, called a bolster. Stamped knives are cut out from a sheet of steel and the handle of the knife is attached separately. Both stamped and forged knives have their own unique advantages, so it’s very much a matter of personal preference.
The forged blade of a Victorinox knife contains more carbon, which makes the steel harder and helps it stay sharper longer. Since it is forged from a single piece, it’s more difficult for your hand to slip from the handle onto the blade. In addition, forged knives tend to be heavier, giving a great weight and balance in the hand. And beautiful styling expresses its excellent quality. A good forged chef’s knife is prestigious, inspirational. It reflects the joy felt by people who love to cook with just the right tools.
Forged blades may stay sharper longer, but they are also more difficult to sharpen and must be sharpened with a diamond or ceramic honing tool. This is because the tool has to be harder than the blade it’s honing.