A good knife is a safe choice. But, a sharp one is better. A blunt knife can be dangerous as to use as it might cut where it was not supposed to cut. It is always a close call, when it comes to reviewing kitchen knives. I’ve used different types of knives e.g, Victorinox, Wusthof, Kyocera, Global,Mac, Rada, Oxo, e.t.c and no matter how you slice it, these are all great knives. Here are some excellent kitchen knife set reviews if you’d like to read more about them.
My take on a few Victorinox Fibrox and Wusthof Knives
The Victorinox Fibrox 8-inch knife earns a lot of love from professionals and expert reviewers.The knife is made from high-carbon stainless steel and is very comfortable and well designed for a good experience regardless of grip. Victorinox 3 1/4 inch knives are the best for paring. They are well balanced and easy to hold with a comfortable and sturdy handle.
They are sharp out of the box with a spear-point tip. Victorinox 10.25 inch knife is the best for cutting bread. It has the ability to cut through the hard loaves of bread in one stroke. It is also versatile enough for other kitchen tasks such as slicing tomatoes, watermelons, or round-cakes. If you are a fan of steak, then Victorinox Rosewood Straight Edge is a top choice for you. They cut meat cleanly and easily. They are also simple to sharpen.
Another great kitchen knife is the Wusthof Classic Santoku knife most users say it is light and well balanced with a comfortable grip. It is particularly popular among vegetarians. Wusthof Classic Ikon 7-Piece set is good because it contains seven knives that can be used mostly in the kitchen as well as a pair of shears and honing tool.
Kyocera is a ceramic knife that gets top ratings for cutting tough foods such as carrots, potatoes e.t.c and it can also be used for other kitchen work. Try these knives and you will love them too.