Titanium-Carbide Evercut Knife
A+R Exclusive! Toss out all your knives. These are the sharpest, most durable, most precise, most wear-proof knife on the market. The Evercut Knife underwent 5 years of R+D by the family-owned Tarrerias-Bonjean, France's leading knife manufacturer. In a truly revolutionary process, a state-of-the-art laser beam fuses ultra-hard titanium carbide onto the steel blade edge. Third-party testing by UK-based CATRA (Cutlery+Allied Trades Research Association) assessed the international cutting standards of the Evercut against 450 knives and found it trumps all cutting records held by steel and ceramic blades: holds its edge 300 times longer than steel blades, and 5 times longer than the best ceramic blades. The best steel blades average 17 cycles, but do not exceed 35; the best ceramic rarely go over 2,000 cycles. Evercut blows them both away by still slicing beautifully after more 6,600 cycles. Easy to care for: the average home cook would need to sharpen this knife every 25 years, if that. Each Evercut is unique, with its own serial number and lifetime cutting warranty. If the knife ever does require upkeep, it's free of charge by TB, (except for shipping). Based in Thiers, TB is also the only eco-friendly cutlery maker in France with ISO 9001 accreditation. The solid-steel bolster is combined with an ergonomic handle to enhance comfort of grip with anti-slip safety. It's dishwasher safe, too, and comes in an elegant case making it a gift to use each time.
Size: Chef's: 8.7" l with blade 7.8" (20cm)
Paring: 7.7" l with blade 3.5" (20cm)
Santoku: 11.2" l with blade 6.6" (20cm)
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Always cut on plastic or wood surfaces. Stone, glass, marble etc are not recommended.
Unlike ceramic knives, the Evercut is sturdy and flexible. However, the edge is very thin and hard, so the follwing precautions should be observed:
Avoid knocking the edge of the blade on a hard surface.
Avoid contact with bones and frozen food.
Never attempt to sharpen the blade.