Eva Solo Nordic Kitchen Utility Knife
The sharp blade of the paring knife ensures full control when cutting and chopping herbs and small vegetables with great precision, whether you are using a cutting board or holding them in your hand.
The knives in the Eva Solo Nordic kitchen series are a new product that is more than 2,000 years old. They are manufactured according to ancient Japanese traditions that employ the same techniques used to produce Samurai swords. Here, skilled metalworkers have laid 66 layers of Damascus steel around the core, which constitutes the 67th layer.
The result is a sharper, harder and more balanced knife. The method results in an extremely sharp blade, high flexibility and a narrow spine. The handle sits comfortably and securely in the hand, shaped according to its anatomy. The knife features a quillon for resting your thumb on. This allows you to work with greater precision and control, whether you are trimming a steak, chopping vegetables or cutting bread
Material: Japanese Damascus steel (AUS 10), Pakkawood Size
- Size Description
Blade length: 9 cm, Length: 20.1 cm
Tools Design was founded in 1989 by Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk. Today the studio is placed in the old industrial area in north west of Copenhagen – today the creativ area. With more than 60 awards and distinctions Tools Design rank amongst Denmarks most awarded designers. They have represented danish design on several international exhibitions. The products of Tools Design are often characterized by a simplistic and innovative approach. The portefolio ranges from electronics and medical equipment to household products. The design philosophy of Tools design is to put “something extra” into the products. The strength of the studio is to manage product design and communication to create lifestyle design.