San Moritz Elite Stealth Chef's Knife
The Messermeister San Moritz Elite Stealth Chef’s Knife is the workhorse in every kitchen. You'll gravitate towards this knife and find yourself using it for 90% of all your cutting tasks. It has an industrial strength polyoxymethylene or “POM” handle. The hand forged Stealth blade is about 25% thinner and 10% lighter than our traditional chef’s knife. It has been ground down to a thin profile to create a razor sharp edge. You can chop, slice, dice and mince your way through extended cutting tasks without fatigue.
The German 1.4116 stainless steel carbon alloy blade resists stains and corrosion, exhibits toughness and durability, holds its edge retention, and is easy to re-sharpen to a razor-like edge.
This knife line is one-piece, hot-drop hammer forged, which produces the strongest blade from heel to tip. The blades are heat treated and cooled to achieve a Rockwell of 57-58.
The three-step, 15° Elite edge is hand stropped on a cloth wheel, creating the sharpest possible cutting surface on an edged tool.
The bolsterless heel simplifies all cutting, sharpening and honing tasks, making use of the entire blade from heel to tip.
Handcrafted in the historic cutlery capital of Solingen, Germany.
The Knife for Life™ guarantee provides a lifetime warranty against material and manufacturing defects.
100% Messermeister quality
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- Weight: 0.85 Pounds
- Dimensions: 8"
- Primary Materials: German Stainless Steel
- Country of Origin: Germany
- Everlastly ID: 000853
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Messermeister is a female owned knife manufacturer founded in 1981 in Germany. Now based in California, they have a passion for producing sustainable and premium quality handcrafted chef’s knives and kitchen cutlery. Utilizing only premium materials, these knives are highly durable and come with a lifetime warranty. They are one of the few companies in the world to produce hammer-forged knives the traditional way.