This all-around Meyer Stainless Steel 12 cm Utility Knife is your ideal culinary companion – lightweight and razor sharp, perfect for any kitchen task. With its smaller size than a chef's knife but larger than a paring one, this mid-sized blade offers the ultimate comfort in use while still providing optimal performance when it comes to peeling, dicing, filleting, chopping, slicing or cubing.
The 12cm blade of this knife is fabricated with stainless steel, making it highly resistant to rust, chipping, staining and corrosion. Its thicker design ensures that the knife won't bend or deform during use while its sharp edge is perfect for slicing, cutting, chopping, splitting etc. The ergonomically designed handle made from PP + TPR offers a secure grip so you can confidently carry out any kitchen task without worries. Plus, the blade is easy to sharpen and clean – what more could you ask for?
Why buy Meyer Stainless Steel 12 cm Utility Knife?
With a size that's smaller than the chef’s knife yet similar in usefulness, utility knives are often made use of by home chefs for chopping, slicing, and carving too. The handy utility knife is the perfect option to replace a heavy chef’s knife when you need something more lightweight and portable.
Thanks to its thin steel blade, the utility knife can achieve an incredibly sharp edge. The bevels of this blade create a sharper cutting point that effortlessly slices through food materials such as vegetables and meats (without bones) with efficiency and accuracy - promoting greater control while decreasing drag. In short, if it's precision slicing, you're after- there's no better tool than the trusty utility knife!
In the kitchen, there are moments when you understand that a chef's knife is too clumsy for the task at hand and a paring knife isn't sufficient. Picture a freshly roasted chicken, almost halved - yet the space between is too narrow for your chef's knife. Your paring knife can't get through either! That's why investing in a utility knife comes in handy: you can glide through tight spaces that regular knives just cannot reach.
If you're living a city lifestyle and have limited space, look no further than the 12cm utility knife! An unparalleled perk of this multi-functional tool is that it can help save both real estate in your kitchen as well as money. Cutting up food has never been easier for minimalists who don't spend too much time cooking; with just one economical purchase, you’ll be able to get the job done quickly and efficiently. If you're looking for a space-saving solution in the kitchen, then look no further than the utility knife! It's perfect for small-scale chopping of meats and vegetables that your everyday meal requires. Plus, its narrow blade is just as effective as a paring knife when it comes to cutting fruits. All this without taking up too much room.
Why do you need a Utility Knife?
The utility knife is an ideal tool for slicing hard cheeses, since its thin blade enables it to effortlessly glide through even the toughest of cheese. So, if you do not possess a specialised cheese knife in your kitchen, this is the perfect solution.
If you struggle to cut medium-sized produce such as zucchini and cucumber with a paring knife, then it might be time to reach for the utility knife. This reliable blade is optimised for slicing many types of vegetables which means that investing in a specific vegetable slicer won't be necessary.
Experience effortless slicing with a kitchen utility knife! Perfectly sized to handle deli meats such as ham, salami and summer sausage, its sharp blade will ensure you get neat slices each time. Just draw the straight edge of the blade through your desired meat for quick and easy results.
A utility knife can come in handy for all sorts of tasks, particularly when it comes to cutting through soft fruits such as pears and apples. Not too bulky or small, the steel blade is sturdy enough that you'll be gliding effortlessly through your fruit-chopping duties!
Utilizing a utility knife for slicing and squeezing citrus fruits like lemons, limes and oranges is an incredibly popular technique. If you're looking to tackle larger sizes such as grapefruit, this type of knife offers a reliable way to get the job done - some pieces are simply too big even for traditional paring knives!