|•||Use for separating meat from bone cooked and uncooked|
|•||Stainless steel blade with riveted handle|
|•||The beech wood varnished handle ensures an ergonomically designed grip|
|•||Hand washing recommended|
|•||Made in France, full warranty against manufacturing defects|
The Opinel Classic Boning Knife features a slender blade shape, perfect for piercing flesh and following closely to the contour of the bone. Since 1890, generations of Opinel craftsmen have been providing a traditional style to bring you authentic quality knives. 95% of the wood handles come from French forestry holdings. The logs are selected for the quality of their wood. The handle is made from timber sections using machines to cut the length, hooping, shaping, bevelling the ends, sawing the slot, and sanding, followed by varnishing. The stainless steel blade with the addition of chrome, makes it highly corrosion-resistant while providing an excellent cutting edge. The blade is cut out from a strip of steel, and heat-treated to alter the internal structure of the steel, making it very hard. This raw blade then passes through a series of specific grinding wheels in grinding-polishing machines. This process gives the unique domed Opinel profile which ensures unrivalled strength and cutting edge.