Windmillknife Vegetable Knife Classic, Continuous Blade, Red Beech, Carbon, Fine-glazed, 165mm
The Wharncliffe blade shape resembles the appearance and function of the sheepskin blade.
Because of its appearance also known as a "turned normal blade", this shape is distinguished by a short, comparable thick blade, which is particularly resilient.
The "glazing" describes a machining process by which a very homogeneous surface is achieved on the blade.
The difference to simpler knives - which appear unclean and coarse due to visible grind marks - is that the blade offers considerably less attack points and therefore a higher corrosion protection.
Solingen Dry-Fine Grinding:
In contrast to most of today's knives, windmill knives are still manufactured with the principle of the "Solingen dry-fine grinding".
The blade angle is set high above, whereby the blade runs slantingly and pointedly towards the cutting edge.
The result is particularly evident in the high sharpness and edge retention.
This traditional type of cut is rarely practiced even in Solingen, but the high appreciation of Solinger knives all over the world is justified.
An absolute classic.
Equipped with an extended, traditionally oval handle, this knife has existed for 80 years.
The continuous blade allows more space for fingers and safer cutting.
Handle: Red beech
Blade length: approx. 85mm
Total length: approx. 165mm
For left- and right-handed
100% FSC certified
Caution: The blade of the knife is made of carbon and thus is not stainless!