If you’re sick and tired of run-of-the-mill kitchen knives, we have a piece of great news for you today: with Del Ben Primitive Knife, there’s not even a dash of mundane or boring in cutting, slicing and chopping up your food at home or in the office. So, how does exactly this new kitchen utensil differ from other regular kitchen knives out there? Scroll down to find out.
Created by Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo, Del Ben Primitive Knife draws inspiration from the Stone Age cutting implements and flint tools. A highly versatile and extremely functional utility blade for slicing and chopping herbs, meats, veggies, fruit and all other food goodies, this original minimalist blade is crafted from a single, petal-shaped piece of stainless steel.
Measuring 8 3/4 x 2 ¾ inches and weighing 9.7 ounces, the Del Ben knife features a slightly curved razor-sharp blade and a contoured top ridge in place of the traditional handle for better, ergonomic grip and easier handling.
Available in polished or blasted steel with matte finish, Del Ben Primitive Knife can be sharpened just like any regular kitchen knife and it comes stored upwards in a handsome pebble-shaped stainless steel stand. So, what are you waiting for? Order your new Italian-made knife for a sharp, smart and refined streak in your cooking arsenal. [via]
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