Wusthof Gourmet 3 Piece Paring Knife Set
Full tang high-carbon stain resistant stainless steel
Precision stamped, high carbon-stainless steel blade sharpens easily and stays sharp
56 Rockwell Hardness; 14° blade angle on each side offers superior sharpness
Triple-riveted ABS Polyoxymethylene (POM) handles resist fading and discoloration
- Trident logo on the handle is permanent and wear-resistant
Made in Solingen, Germany with a lifetime warranty
Item number: 1125060310
- GGregVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agoWusthof knives
I gave 2 of the 3- piece paring Knife sets as gifts to my nieces. I also gave one of them the 7 inch Nakiri this X-Mas and the other one the 6 inch Chef last year. So I am sure they will preform great I am a big fan of Wusthof I was a professional Chef for 20 years and still have my first 10 inch Chef knife it is a slicer now ha ha
- JjonnybobVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars3 years agoJust what I needed!
Perfect for my needs. I needed some small paring knives for our Bed & Breakfast. These were just the ticket!
- JJayVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your cooking skill level? AdvancedRated 5 out of 5 stars5 years agoVery Useful, good value
I bought a set of these paring knives for myself and a set for my daughter as a gift. I have been using mine for a couple of weeks now. I really like these knives, especially the Bird's Beak style. I had never owned nor used a knife of this design before and now I don't know how I did without it. It is excellent for coring tomatoes and apples. All of these knives come with a fairly coarse, but very sharp edge. I expected that I would want to finish the edge but after trying them I left them all alone. The coarse edge is very good for getting a "bite" on soft foods such as tomatoes and some fruits and it is plenty sharp enough. I also found the beak knife to be good for boning.
Paring knives are likely to take a a lot of heavy and hard use. I have a couple of expensive, "fancy" paring knives and I have always been overly concerned with accidentally nicking them or dropping them. These knives are relatively inexpensive which makes me less concerned about incidental damage and, after using them, I actually prefer them to my expensive paring knives. These are full tang knives but without a bolster and a bit thinner than my other paring knives. The thinner, unbolstered blade makes them a bit flexible which is, in my opinion, a desirable thing for a paring knife. These are excellent, utilitarian knives and they have become my "reach-for" knives for almost any sort of prep work except chopping or very large jobs. I use them constantly.
- NCnavajo c.Verified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your cooking skill level? IntermediateRated 5 out of 5 stars8 years agoSharp set!
Great little travel set..........