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Chroma Type 301 P-18 Chef's Knife 20cm

Chroma Type 301 P-18 Chef's Knife 20cm

  • Type: Chef's knife
  • Blade length: 20 cm
  • Number of knives: 1 ​
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3 years ago*
Cruel knife, keeps the bucket really good, has had a few years now and just sharpened it with sharpening steel. Love the ergonomics in it (which others seem to have difficulty with), it's heavy and hearty, great for meat, for example.
*Edited 3 years

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4 years ago*
The ergonomics are well personal but if you like it so provides a very good grip to work with. Stay sharp well and has good balance when working with it. Have tried to grind with both conventional ceramic grinding and with rod Belts / Sharpener. Both work great. Have been using for years and no injuries. Have purchased and recommended to friends and family.
*Edited 4 years

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5 years ago*
Not a knife for all, and therefore I have to give a good review here. This is more the knife for those who want to quickly get to know his own knife. The advantage of the two knobs is to quickly find the balance point of the knife, the knives are therefore well balanced, slightly too heavy and ergonomics of the knife is not to squeeze the handle, but should be loosely in his hand, then works the best. Have had my knife for 6 years now, taking care of the well and 70/30 grinding is something that fits well for me when I think about cutting thin in many dishes. It's like saying heavy in the hand compared to many other knives I worked with and something that is of benefit where you do not have the best precision, gravity helps with this knife more. Chef Knives is personable, loves to cook, you have to find their own personal knife that suits you in his style of cooking. This knife is for those who want a balanced knife, think about the weight, allowing the knife to show where to, like the 70/30 grinding of knives and want easy cleaning knife (the advantage of completely metal piece, wooden lodge that gathers bacteria).
*Edited 5 years

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6 years ago*
Dropped the knife to the floor (soft linoleum) and it got away from this scarce vertical crack in a 2 cm right through the relatively thick knife back. This is according to me is not something that could be a mark of a knife so undramatic case. Opt for something else in the same price class.
*Edited 6 years

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7 years ago*
I paid 300 SEK for this knife, and for that price there is absolutely nothing to complain about. My old IKEA knives will not even close to this. It has never been so much fun to chop onions! However, I had never bought it at regular price, mostly because. Ergonomics that definitely could have been better.
*Edited 7 years

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7 years ago*
Dassigt steel, poor ergonomics, coarse grinding angles and metal handle. In other words, substantial negative points. For overcharge additionally!
*Edited 7 years

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7 years ago*
Dislikes knife ergonomics. Experiencing handle clumsily. The knife is relatively thick, which is a disadvantage when to cut, for example, vegetables with a little more resistance, carrots, potatoes etc. Also has a Global G-2, which I generally consider to be a better knife. Less bad Handles and better steel in G 2. Easier to grind, and the thinner the blade of G-2'an slide more easily through example carrots. Regret your purchase and do not understand what it is like 'knife Academy "to be so good with type 301. Global, Mac, Masahiro and others are better.
*Edited 7 years

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