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Family-owned company Opinel in the French Alps is famous for its iconic folding knives, which are so popular that the producer released a set of dedicated kitchen knives—the Intempora line—based on its original designs. The Japanese santoku is analogous to the Western chef's knife, but with a thinner blade that allows for finer slicing. And a line of divots along the blade, called a granton edge, prevents food from sticking to the knife for smooth, swift chopping. Opinel uses high-grade Swedish Sandvik steel for the blade, which is anticorrosive, holds an edge well and tunes up easily on any sharpening device. With a thickness of 3 millimeters, the full-tang blade extends throughout the entire length of the handle, so the knife is robust and well balanced. The ergonomic handle has a triangular profile called a V-grip that helps you get a secure and comfortable grip.
Since Joseph Opinel crafted his first pocket knife in 1890, family company Opinel has produced iconic knives out of the French Alps, with clean, cutting-edge designs, sturdy construction and remarkable economy. In fact, their pocket knives are such a classic that the French refer to folding knives as Opinels in the way Americans refer to tissues as Kleenex.Shop All
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