Opinel Bon Appetit + 4pc Table Knife Box Set - Primo

Opinel Bon Appetit + 4pc Table Knife Box Set - Primo

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The Bon Appétit + knives are very convenient for everyday use because of their corrosion resistance and easy maintenance.

The top of the range polymer handle offers excellent resistance to water, chemicals, heat and is dishwasher safe. Its high density and matt, velvety grain makes for a comfortable grip.

The 11cm blade made from modified Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel features smooth micro-serrations which ensure the cutting edge remains sleek and lasts a lifetime without sharpening.

4pc Primo Bon Appétit + Table Knife Set colours are:

  • Cloud
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Anthracite

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Originated as a ‘working man’s knife’, now a unique and timeless household object passed through generation to generation.

Invented by Joseph Opinel in 1890, a then budding photographer based in the Savoie region of France with a passion for new machines and innovative technologies.

The Opinel knife was created for its simplicity, robustness and functionality.  Over 130 years later, this distinctive wooden-handle knife has a range of accessories and blades available to suit your lifestyle, whether that's kitchen use, outdoor foresting or extreme adventures.

The beech wood handle is a tribute to the pocket knife's traditional design. Used as a paring knife, a serrated knife, a peeler and a vegetable knife.  

If your use is for extreme terrain and weather conditions, there is also a polymer handle to guarantee good resistance to water and very high temperatures.

The Opinel knife is a design icon, remaining unchanged for over a century. Opinel was recognised by the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1985 as one of the 100 best designed items in the world.

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