Best multipurpose knives

Multi-functionality is a key characteristic to look for when buying a kitchen knife. First of all, you need a knife that can do as many cutting tasks as possible, and second of all, it will save you a lot of time and money to buy a single knife instead of multiple different ones. And to help you out with your search, we have selected multipurpose knives that will do the job perfectly. 

Altomino Handmade Fixed Blade Sharp Knife

 

 

Each of Altomino's knives was hand-forged by professional blacksmiths from high-quality steel, which optimized the blade's sharpness, edge retention and corrosion resistance. After that, it was put through multiple detailed hand inspections to test its quality and ensure that it matches the high standards of the brand.  

The blade of this knife is extremely sharp and narrow, which makes cutting meat and hard vegetables a breeze. The wooden handle is designed to be very comfortable for the handgrip.

With this outstanding knife, you will never need to add pressure for a better cutting experience or hurt your hands in the process. 


Additional Details

Total Length: 9.6 in ( 24.5 cm )
Blade Length: 5.2 in ( 13.1 cm )
Handle Length: 4.5 in ( 11.4 cm )
Blade Width: 1.9 in ( 4.8 cm )
Blade thickness: 0.2 in ( 0.50 cm )
Weight: 0.87 lb ( 395 g )
Hardness: 58 HRC
Blade Material: high carbon steel
Handle material: wood

 

 

The Daozi Handmade Chinese Style Knife

 

This is a knife that can do it all; starting from vegetable slicing and finishing with butchering meat. Thanks to its large size and its shape, it has all the capabilities that we need from a multipurpose knife. 

The slick blade is made of high carbon steel imported from Japan and has natural rust on the surface, which is just perfect for the stylish cooks. Of course, the edge is very sharp and needs to be handled carefully. It is extremely durable and will last you a lifetime. The ever so comfortable handle is made out of pakka, micarta, acacia, rose, G10 and walnut. It fits in the hand nicely and protects it throughout heavy cooking sessions. 


Additional Details


Length: 310mm 

Blade length: 200mm 

Blade width: 55mm 

Material: Forged steel 

Hardness: 57-58 HRC

 

The Altomino Handmade Chef Knife

 

 

This hand-forged steel knife will amaze you with its quality and capabilities. 

It has been a recent favorite for many people; starting from professional chefs, at-home cooks, to even hunters and campers. The knife has all the abilities needed for any type of use. Each of these knives was hand-forged by professional blacksmiths from high-quality steel, which optimized the blade's sharpness, edge retention, and corrosion resistance. After that, it was put through multiple detailed hand inspections to test its quality and ensure that it matches the high standards of the brand.

The sharp and narrow blade is perfectly balanced and tapered allowing exceptionally neat separation of meat and bone, which is very rare to get from knives nowadays.


Additional Details


Full length: 29.5 cm 

Blade length: 18 cm 

Blade width: 8 cm (The widest point) 

Blade thickness: 3 mm 

Hardness: 60 HRC. 

Blade Material: High Manganese Steel Clad Steel 

Handle Material: Full Tang integrated steel shank + wood + rivet fixing

 

The Promaja™ - Handmade Serbian Chef's Knife

 

This knife could be used to slit anything you want and could even be used outdoors to cut wood.

Firstly, it was voted as 2018's best chef's knife. Secondly, professional blacksmiths hand-forged it from Serbian Sarschach Steel using ancient quenching technology from the far east. You could even cut through wood with this hardened carbon steel blade, which is made to provide extreme sharpness throughout many years of use. The rust on the blade is an edgy touch to remind you how unique the knife is and how it was made.


Additional Details


Blade length: 6.69 inches (17 cm) 

Blade width: 4 inches (10 cm) (The widest point) 

Blade thickness: 0.15 inches (4 mm) 

 

 

In conclusion: Choose multipurpose knives to make your life easier and your wallet heavier. 

2 comments

Coolina

Hello MAT TILLOTSON, Can you please tell us the name of your knife?

Coolina
Mat Tillotson

Love the knife! are you supposed to oil it after use or just let it get rusty?

Mat Tillotson

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