Friday, December 17, 2021

Kuma MultiPurpose Chef Knife Holiday Gift Guide 2021


Kuma MultiPurpose Chef Knife comes in a box and is 8 inches long. Elegant and razor-sharp design. Finally, slice that tomato as thin as you like. Ergonomic non-slip handles and lightweight materials maximize comfort and maneuverability.

3Cr13 stainless steel for razor-sharp, durable, easy to sharpen, and semi rust resistant performance. KUMA recommends washing all knives by hand with a soapy cloth and drying immediately. A comfortable bolster secures you from accidents.
Versatile chef’s knife that belongs in all kitchens.

KUMA knife production undergoes intense quality control to thoroughly check each individual knife to ensure our quality standards are met. KUMA partners with an industry-leading manufacturer with a long history in steel and cutlery.

The KUMA chef’s knife excels in the following tests:

·         Sharpness

·         Lightweight

·         Non-slip and comfortable handle

·         Slices easily through tomatoes, onions etc.

·         Slices meat into thin fillet

My Opinion: It arrives in a box perfect for gift giving for a chef or any cook and it is very sharp as I tested out on cutting a pineapple and this knife did it with such ease.

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About Them: KUMA is a family-run company with a passion for cooking, cutlery, and craftsmanship. The KUMA company was born out of a desire to create high-quality kitchen knives that combine razor-sharp performance with high lightweight maneuverability all packaged in a beautiful aesthetic design. Being inspired by the artistic Japanese steelwork culture and its blade experts, a great focus on profile, unbelievable sharpness, minimalism, and comfort has been a defining factor in our products. In short, KUMA strives to create the piece of kitchen cutlery that everyone loves to use. And that is what the KUMA Experience means to us.

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