We have introduced you to Koi Knives inspired by Australian wildlife creatures and also given you a sneak peek at Combat Chef knife in past. This time we bring to you Bare Knives 2.0 made in Rotterdam, Netherlands. After spending over a year in testing, designing and retesting, the makers of the knives, Bare Cookware are ready to introduce Bare Knives 2.0.
Bare Knives 2.0 is a collection of a five-piece knife set. Each set of knives is made of German X50CrMov15 steel to ensure the blade remains corrosion resistant. The knives are razor sharp and come with a lifetime guarantee.
The knives are sharpened to a 15-degree angle instead of the traditional 18 to 25-degree. The less acute angle is responsible for knives being much sharper in nature. The revolutionary production technique imprints a 3D mountain pattern on the knives to make them look aesthetically pleasing. A good old hardwood handle forms the back end of the knife.
The first among this long list of knife collections made by Bare Cookware includes Chef Knife, which is specifically designed to function as a typical kitchen knife and is 8-inches in size. The Santoku follows next and has little delicate edges as compared to the former. Santoku is designed specifically for cutting vegetables and fish slices.
Big Bread Knife is another carver to make the list. This is the longest of all the Bare Knives having a length of 9-inch and can serve multiple purposes. Utility Knife and Paring Knife are the final two knives in the collection and are perfect for cutting fruits and breaking down the veggies.
In addition to this, if you place an order for these five knives now you may get Nakiri and Kiritsuke knives free of cost. The latter is suitable for cutting large pieces of beef and salmon.
The project is currently being crowd-funded on Indiegogo and is estimated to start shipping next January. You can avail a full set of Bare Knives 2.0 at about $200. For more details and information visit Bare Cookware.
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