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Opinel Tranchiermesser

Art-Nr 7008414
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Opinel Tranchiermesser

Specifications

Key specifications

Blade materialStainless steel
Grip materialWood
Kitchen knife typecarving knife

General information

Manufacturer Opinel
Product type Kitchen knives
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Kitchen knives

Kitchen knives are used for various purposes and come in countless shapes, sizes and colours. The most important purchase in terms of knives is the all-purpose knife – it tackles most jobs in the kitchen. Choose between a classic European model featuring a relatively long blade and a well-balanced handle or go for an Asian Santoku knife that’s great for getting to work on vegetables, meat and fish. Smaller tasks, like cleaning, peeling and cutting fruit and veg, are best tackled with a pairing knife. Alternatively, there are also special types of knives for bread, cheese, butter, herbs or ham as well as for filleting or for carving. Knife sets are not only a great way of saving money but they also guarantee perfectly matched knives for the respective tasks. The three most important materials kitchen knives are made of are Damascus steel, ceramic or stainless steel. Knives made from Damascus steel originate in traditional sword forging. Because of their multiple layers, Damascus steel knives are also appealing to the eye. They are corrosion resistant, extremely hard and durably sharp. Ceramic knives are characterised by exceptional hardness and sharpness. They do not transfer odour, do not rust and lie comfortably in the hand. Their blades are flexible, thereby reducing risk of breakage. Stainless steel knives with plastic handles, on the other hand, are great value for money. Their robust materials are dishwasher-safe yet durable. So knives not only vary in terms of the materials they are made of but also feature blades that are fundamentally different. They can be smooth or serrated or may feature indentations on both sides to prevent whatever they are cutting from sticking.

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Item number7008414

Colour

Colour group
Beige
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Beige

Beige is a very pale yellowish-cream colour. The term originates from beige cloth, a cotton fabric left in its natural colour. It has since come to be used for a range of light tints chosen for their neutral or cool appearance.
The meaning of the term beige has expanded to the point where it is now also used for a wide range of pale brown shades,

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Colour designation
Beech
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Beech

The wood of the European Beech is used in the manufacture of numerous objects and implements.

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Material

Material group
Wood
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Wood

Wood is generally used to describe the solid or hard tissue of the stems (trunk, branches and twigs) of trees and shrubs. Botanically, wood is defined as the secondary xylem of seed plants produced by cambium. According to this definition, however, the woody tissues of palm trees and other higher plants are not wood in the narrower sense. However, the storage of lignin in the cell wall is also characteristic here. In a broader definition, wood is therefore also understood as lignified plant tissue. From a cultural-historical point of view, woody plants are probably among the oldest used plants. As a versatile, but especially renewable raw material, wood remains one of the most important plant products to this day.

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Metal
Specific material description
Stainless steel
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Wood
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Wood

Wood is generally used to describe the solid or hard tissue of the stems (trunk, branches and twigs) of trees and shrubs. Botanically, wood is defined as the secondary xylem of seed plants produced by cambium. According to this definition, however, the woody tissues of palm trees and other higher plants are not wood in the narrower sense. However, the storage of lignin in the cell wall is also characteristic here. In a broader definition, wood is therefore also understood as lignified plant tissue. From a cultural-historical point of view, woody plants are probably among the oldest used plants. As a versatile, but especially renewable raw material, wood remains one of the most important plant products to this day.

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Kitchen knife properties

Kitchen knife model
Single knife
Kitchen knife type
carving knife

Blade properties

Blade material
Stainless steel

Handle Features

Grip material
Wood
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Wood

Wood is generally used to describe the solid or hard tissue of the stems (trunk, branches and twigs) of trees and shrubs. Botanically, wood is defined as the secondary xylem of seed plants produced by cambium. According to this definition, however, the woody tissues of palm trees and other higher plants are not wood in the narrower sense. However, the storage of lignin in the cell wall is also characteristic here. In a broader definition, wood is therefore also understood as lignified plant tissue. From a cultural-historical point of view, woody plants are probably among the oldest used plants. As a versatile, but especially renewable raw material, wood remains one of the most important plant products to this day.

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Product dimensions

overall length
16 cm

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Warranty 24 month Bring-in
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