Zwilling Pro chef's knife 20 cm £60.95 @ Knivesandtools
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Zwilling Pro chef's knife 20 cm £60.95 @ Knivesandtools

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Found 29th Apr
The kitchen knives of the Pro series by Zwilling have a blade that is forged from 1 piece of steel. The blade runs entirely in the plastic handle: a ' full tang ' construction. The handle is attached to the steel with 3 rivets. The transition between handle and metal is seamless. This means no crack which collects dirt. These knives have a classic design and are particularly attractive to those who love a heavier type of knife.

The blade is made of ice-hardened Friodur steel. During the manufacturing process, this type of steel is heated up to 1000 ° C in 4 stages, and then cooled to -70 ° C. This technology, which was perfected by Zwilling, ensures that sharpness, durability, elasticity and corrosion resistance are at the absolutely highest standard possible. The sharpening of the knife goes in 5 steps. The result is a flawless edge on the knife. The bolster does not run into the edge of the blade, which means the knife is relatively easy to sharpen on a water stone.

Thanks to the seamless construction and the materials which were used, the knives of the Zwilling Pro series may be cleaned in the dishwasher. We still advise not to do this, because the dish soap and the inevitable ' clashing ' inside a dishwasher, will quicken corrosion and can cause damage to the knife.
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I kid you not, the best ever knife I still have after 25 years was bought at Hull market. The blade continues through the handle its perfectly balanced and easy to use, it was £1 !!!
Go.Jets4 m ago

I kid you not, the best ever knife I still have after 25 years was bought …I kid you not, the best ever knife I still have after 25 years was bought at Hull market. The blade continues through the handle its perfectly balanced and easy to use, it was £1 !!!


Wanna see a picture of this sh*t
It's a cut above the rest...
ivo_girata17 m ago

Wanna see a picture of this sh*t


...of course posting that will certainly make me want to rush into the kitchen drawer and show you, DI*KH**D
These are good knives. Much better than Global. But I paid £30 for one of these, a big meat cleaver type , from home sense. This is not a great deal
Have a look at the Kai wasabi series. They are the cheap version of the Kai professional knives which are around £200.
Zwilling are great knives - expensive, but they also have many ranges and some look the same, but cost goes up, if you cook / do a lot of prep these can be worth it - we use a lot of their knives - the kids love the 4-star ones, I like the weight of the pro, but sometimes the pollux seem the most 'dangerous'

As with all these thing you need to get one in your hands / use one to see how much better they are and if you liek them enough to buy.
stealth66611 m ago

should go down a storm in londonstan...


Think you’re autocorrect kicked in there..
London Stansted?
Not a great price. Just £7 more on amazon (and it's in stock)
As above, we have had a set of these for 25 years and still brilliant knifes. Genuine lifetime items, I fully expect them to outlast my life.
so this is like the hattori hanzo of knives?
percyrush7 m ago

so this is like the hattori hanzo of knives?


That’s Miyabi knives - made by Zwilling
so the knife ive been using and sharpening happily for the last 12 years and which cost me less than 10 quid is no good..i see
stealth6662 h, 20 m ago

should go down a storm in londonstan...


Hello moderator? Selective telling offs?
Original Poster
This is a Zwilling Pro and not a twin pollux or four star when comparing prices with Home Sense or Amazon. I wish people will do their homework before commenting.
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pet200029th Apr

Not a great price. Just £7 more on amazon (and it's in stock)


Zwilling "pro" is £87 on Amazon. £27 more
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