Robert Herder Paring knife with blue handle - 8.5cm
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Very sharp! Paring knife made according to the famous Solinger sharpening craft. Extra sharp because the knife is hand-sharpened. This handmade retro paring knife from Germany is identical to its first appearance in 1972.
Thanks to modern recycling techniques, this knife is 100% recyclable, making it an ideal purchase for people with a preference for vintage design and an environmentally conscious attitude. This knife has a carbon steel blade, for proper maintenance we recommend the Robert Herder Maintenance Set for carbon knives. Only wash carbon knives by hand and dry thoroughly.
- Type of knife: Potato knives, Paring knives
- Stainless: No
- Series: Classic 1972
- Type of handle: Symmetrical
- Blade material: Carbon steel
- Dishwasher safe: No
- Use: Cutting, Peeling
- Handle color: Blue
- Handle material: Biopolymer
- Blade material: Finely polished
- Cut type: Smooth
- Warranty: 2 years
- Cut: Dünnschliff
- Total length: 180mm
- Blade length: 85 mm
- Brand: Robert Herder
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The biopolymer handle is a revolutionary invention from Germany. While most biopolymers are made from valuable foodstuffs such as corn, this biopolymer is made from plant remains that are not intended for food. This makes it a sustainable replacement for plastics made from mineral oils.
Robert Herder knives are of such quality that they provide years of cutting pleasure together with a great retro design. The thin grinding method makes it easy to sharpen the knife yourself, so you are always assured of good, sharp tools.
Properties Carbon steel
Carbon steel means that the steel has a high carbon content, which has the advantage that the knife is harder than stainless steel and remains sharp for longer. These knives are delivered from the factory oiled so that they are protected against rust. When using this knife, rust will initially form, which can be removed with a rust eraser or other fine abrasive. After use, wash the knives by hand with a non-aggressive cleaning agent, dry and apply a maintenance oil. For example Ballistol.
Over time, a dark patina will form on the blade and the knife will not rust further.
For proper maintenance, we recommend using the “Robert Herder Maintenance Set for Carbon Knives”.