Get Adobe Flash player
Sponsored Ads
Categories
Archives

Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Inch Slant Tip Paring Knife

  • 3-inch paring/boning knife; used to separate meat from the bone, and for detailed cutting
  • High-carbon 420 stainless-steel blade resists rust and stains; exclusive Taper Grind edge stays sharp and is easy to re-sharpen
  • Full-tang blade extends from tip of knife to end of handle, lends balance and weight
  • Ergonomic, contoured handle made of solid walnut, secured by triple-compression brass rivets
  • Classic styling; hand wash only; covered by lifetime warranty

Product Description
Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Inch slant tip paring Knife includes 1-Each 3-Inch paring/boning knife.Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition collection features the classic styling of beautiful wood handles. Our exclusive Taper Grindâ„¢ edge technology stays sharper longer and is easy to resharpen. High-carbon stainless steel blades resist stains and rust for lasting beauty. Triple compression brass rivets hold the handles securely to blade for safety and stability.

Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Inch Slant Tip Paring Knife

5 Responses to “Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Inch Slant Tip Paring Knife”

  • THis is the only knife I own that can actually make carrot sticks. It has a very thing and flexible blade that is wonderful. I had my first one for 10 years and it is as sharp as the day I bought it. Great product and top of my wedding gift list for family members.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Same great knife, except the handle’s squared off corners are too pointly. It’s poked my hand a few times. While not actually painful, it’s unpleasant.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • I have had 2 of these knives in the past & recently lost of them. I was devastated. We located them on your Web site and was so pleased to find them. They are excellent knives. We bought 5 of them; some to share with family.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • After using these little paring knives, I was hooked. The first, I wore out, literally. I have used them not only for kitehen work as a paring knife, but in many other areas where a small knife is handy, inside and outside in my garden.They are very easily cleaned and they don’t rust and the handles of wood are great and have had NO problems with them coming apart, as is the case with other knives of simular category.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • This is one nifty knife. No sooner had I unpacked it and popped it into my block than it was put to task, along with my carpenter’s hammer covered with a plastic bag: “lobster acquisition” for salad, from claws and knuckles. I have been doing this for over twenty years and never has a blade been so elegantly suited. It sliced right through the small shells and its small profile just searched into all the narrow spaces. It really is unique, I think, in its daintiness…but with fairly substantial, and nice looking handle. I have other Chicagos and believe that the walnut is equal or better than the new rubber stuff, when wet. It’s more than a tool, or maybe exactly what a tool should be.
    Rating: 5 / 5

Leave a Reply