VOSIN Peeling Knife

Last updated: November 7, 2019

VOSIN Peeling Knife

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In our analysis, the VOSIN VOSIN Peeling Knife placed 0th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

VOSIN VOSIN paring knife Razor-Sharp Blade Edge Incredibly razor-sharp paring knife, with a hand polished 30 degrees V knife edge, precisely tempered and stain resistant. It is ground to form an exacting angle and to ensure maximum sharpness & edge retention ensuring precision slicing every time. Speciation: Material: High-quality 3CR13 stainless steel Edge Sharpness:30° Length: 7.3 inch Blade Length: 3 inch Knife Net Weight: 0.26 lb paring knife paring knife paring knife paring knife Ergonomic Design The ergonomic, non-slip design handle grip it is easy to use the knife even with wet hands. High Quality High-quality 3CR13 stainless steel, with high carbon, so it has high strength, hardness and wear resistance. Ultra-Durable Blades Durable edge is extremely rust prevention.The food is not easy to taste each other, keep the original taste of the food. Precision Tool A short, small knife for precision tasks like peeling, seeding, and detailing. Easy to maneuver and handle. Warning: Please wash immediately after use, avoid corrosive liquid on the surface of knife long time. Don’t test the sharpness with hands. Notice the edge outward when you clean the knife. Don’t beat the food with blade, improper operation would cause damage to the tool. Please choose different types of knives for different foods. Please take good care of the knife and ensure kids away from them.

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