Kuhn Rikon paring knife review

I was graciously sent some great Kuhn Rikon products to review.
Here is my review of the Colori Pairing Knife

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Cost: 5/5

At £6.95 per knife, this is one of the cheapest chef-worthy knives I’ve seen. And at just under £7 I wasn’t expecting it to be an amazingly useful knife…how wrong I was!

Size: 3/5

At 10cm they are the perfect size for vegetables and smaller pieces of meat. You may need a larger blade for larger pieces of meat though.

Ease Of Use: 5/5

I’ve heard that cheaper knives just don’t have the same cutting ability as more expensive knives. We’ll let me tell you, this knife is the best knife I’ve ever used. Gone are the days of trying to hack my way through even softer items. This knife slides through vegetables and meat with little effort!

Style: 5/5

Available in a range of colours and even patterns, there will be no problem finding a knife that is perfect for your kitchen style!

Pros:
• Cheap
• Sharp
• Lots of variations
• Safety Sheath

Cons:
• The colour on the knives can sadly be scratched off 😦

Disclaimer
I received the product to review but no cash was exchanged, my review is my honest opinion and has not been swayed by the company or anyone else.

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