- Total length: 21 cm, blade length: 10 cm | Item number: 1874546030 - Other knife types and set combinations are available for this knife collection.
- Material: Blade made of rust-free and acid resistant speciality blade steel. Riveted handle without grooves made of high-quality plastic.
- Long lasting sharpness thanks to the hardened blade - significantly more robust than conventional stainless steel.
- Ergonomically shaped handle and perfectly balanced weight of blade and handle for comfortable handling. Cleaning the knife: Hand-wash.
- Developed in Germany.
As the name suggests, a snack knife is most often used for snacks or light meals. No matter what is on the menu – with the snack knife, you can easily prepare it at the table. The 10-centimetre-long blade is sharp, flexible and has a soft serrated edge. This makes it ideal for cutting through bread, cheese, sausage, fruit or the soft skin on tomatoes. And thanks to its rounded edges, the snack knife can also be used for easily spreading butter, cream cheese or other spreads on bread. No wonder therefore that this all-rounder with the comfortable grip is a firm favourite both for snacks and at breakfast time.
The Classic Line knife collection is perfect for people setting up their first home, offering a modern design, wide selection and good quality at an affordable price. Like all WMF kitchen knives, the knives in the Classic Line series are made from high-grade special blade steel and are thus extremely sharp. The high-quality plastic handles are embellished with stainless steel rivets and ensure a secure grip. Thanks to their seamless design, they are easy to clean and thus extremely hygienic. This collection is ideal for beginners, as it offers a wide range of knives to suit any purpose: vegetable, paring and preparing knives in various lengths, steak, larding, bread and decorating knives as well as a Santoku and Chinese chef’s knife and a cleaver.
|Material||Special blade steel|
|Color||black, stainless steel|
|Care||Wash by hand|
|Designer||WMF Atelier (Peter Bäurle)|