No job is too big or too small for Wolf Gourmet's 3.5" Paring Knife. It's beneficial for peeling vegetables or slicing fruit. This knife takes on the mundane task of prep work with grace and precision. The knife features a high-carbon stainless steel blade that's forged in Germany to a 12.5-degree angle. Wolf Gourmet blades are heated and ice hardened to ensure the blade will maintain its razor sharp edge while preventing it from chipping, cracking, and breaking over time. The handle is made of Pakkawood which provides a comfortable grip that maintains optimum control while you move the knife. This knife is a fantastic tool that makes dicing, slicing, and mincing effortless. Industry professionals designed Wolf Gourmet cookware for all types of chefs. No matter what you're cutting, this paring knife is ready for the challenge. With proper care, this will become your go-to knife for prep work over many years.
Specialty high-carbon stainless steel is forged and ground using advanced laser technology to ensure a razor-sharp edge. The blades are an optimal Rockwell C hardness scale of 61 and remain easy to maintain for a lifetime.
The blades are an optimal Rockwell C hardness scale of 61 and to create an exceptionally durable, long lasting edge that is easy to maintain for a lifetime. Full-tang design and triple-riveted handle provide perfect balance and adds to the dependable performance.
To ensure a razor-sharp edge, the blade is heat-treated and ice hardened to create a fine carbide microstructure for better micro-chip resistance. Each knife is ground using advanced laser technology to ensure a precise cutting angle of 12.5º.
Pakkawood handles are durable, moisture-resistant and designed to fit either hand, naturally and securely. German artisans meticulously handcrafted spines and bolsters for enhanced comfort.
In the year 2000, Sub-Zero formed Wolf Appliance to create the ultimate cooking appliances for passionate home cooks. Sub-Zero's launch of the new Wolf product lines was the most ambitious ever in the cooking industry, with more than 50 items at once. Wolf cooking equipment is highly specialized, putting precise control in the hands of consumers via easy-to-use technology. Refined through more than eight decades in commercial kitchens, Wolf products are the ideal kitchen companions to Sub-Zero, created in the same spirit of quality and innovation. And now there is Wolf Gourmet to complete the countertop too.
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Sharpening and Honing
Regular maintenance on Wolf Gourmet cutlery allows the knife to make effortless cuts for many years. We recommend honing the knife once every two weeks to realign the edge and prevent injuries. If sharpening is needed, use a whetstone, knife sharpener, or have it sharpened by a professional.
The cutting surface can affect the lifetime of Wolf Gourmet knives. Always cut on a bamboo, hardwood, or NSF certified polymer cutting board. Avoid hard surfaces such as metal, granite, marble, and glass. Those surfaces can damage the edge of the blade. Never cut through bones with the knife as this will damage the edge.
After every use, clean the knife with hot, soapy water, and a soft sponge. Rinse and dry thoroughly to prevent water spots from forming. Never wash in the dishwasher. Always hand wash Wolf Gourmet Cutlery after each use. Never use cleansers that have a bleach or citrus extract as this can cause damage to the blade. Never soak the knives in water for any period of time.
Proper storage of Wolf Gourmet Cutlery helps them to stay in pristine shape and it prevents injury. We recommend storing the knives in a knife block, in a drawer with blade guards, or a sheath. Make sure each knife is completely dry before storage. Never place dirty knives inside the knife block.
Wolf Gourmet Residential Cutlery Warranty covers cutlery for a lifetime beginning on the date of purchase. Wolf Gourmet warrants their cutlery to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. The warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, commercial use, failure to follow use and care instructions, or damage caused by negligence, accident, abuse, misuse, unauthorized service repair, or alterations. Minor imperfections and discolorations are normal and are not considered defects. The warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the appliance, or the gift recipient.