Liquidiamond Chef's Knife
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The sharpest tool in the drawer.
A sharp knife is the best friend a home cook can have—it makes chopping and slicing a joy; prepping dinner seems to take half the time (and effort!); and it’s safer because it gives you greater control and finesse. The Liquidiamond Chef’s Knife comes out of the box razor sharp but, unlike even high-quality steel or ceramic knives, it requires minimal sharpening (after years of use) to maintain its edge. A patented metal alloy, developed through collaboration with NASA, forms the stainless steel blade’s cutting edge, leaving it cutting like new, even after heavy use. Sounds too good to be true? There’s a ripe tomato with your name on it that’s ready to prove us right.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Liquid Diamond amorphous alloy edge, stainless steel knife body, G-10 grip.
13.6" L x 0.1" W x 2.2" H
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only and dry immediately after washing. Follow specific instructions included with each piece for sharpening.
Sharpen the knife by hand with a whetstone. Start with 1000 grit and finish with 3000 grit.
Meet the Maker
Lake Forest, CA
What do you get when you bring NASA technology into the kitchen? Super sharp knives that don’t rust or stain, are flexible enough for delicate work like filleting, and retain their sharpness even after tons of heavy use. How’s that for the sharpest tool in the drawer?View Full Profile
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