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ZWILLING - Pro S - Paring Knife 10cm


With the paring and garnishing knife from ZWILLING you are well equipped for a variety of tasks in the kitchen. This knife has a blade length of 10 cm and is therefore suitable for processing ingredients of small or medium size. In many professional catering establishments, the chefs use this product, for example, to chop fresh herbs or to peel onions and garlic. With these ingredients you can refine your dishes according to your taste. The paring and garnishing knife is also suitable for processing many other types of fruit and vegetables, and you can use it to shred even smaller pieces of meat with ease. Therefore, this tool is characterized by a very wide range of applications. This product convinces professional and amateur chefs with its excellent quality. It consists of a continuous piece of steel, making it particularly robust. The tang is connected to the handle by three robust rivets, which not only ensure a secure hold, but also give the cutting tool a visually appealing impression. Another outstanding feature is the high-quality steel that is used in the production of this kitchen tool. This is very corrosion-resistant and enables an exact cut to make tasks in the kitchen effortless. With this paring and garnishing knife from the PROFESSIONAL "S" series you have a versatile helper for cutting and peeling work at hand. 



  • FRIODUR® ice-hardened blade for particularly long edge durability and corrosion resistance.
  • Special stainless steel, ZWILLING special melt: These knives are stable, corrosion-resistant and flexible at the same time.
  • SIGMAFORGE® knife - forged from one piece
  • Seamless transition between handle and blade.
  • Ergonomic plastic handle with three rivets design: For fatigue-free and safe working with the knife.                                                                                     
  • Made in Germany


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ZWILLING - Pro S - Paring Knife 10cm

SKU: ZW-31020-101
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