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Spyderco kitchen knives: it doesn't get better than this!

Spyderco's kitchen knives are simply amazing. Bad-ass knives that combine functionality and the famous Spyderco design elements. The knives are incredibly thin, lightweight and enhanced with ergonomic handles that enable you to work in the kitchen for hours on end.

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Features of Spyderco kitchen knives

Spyderco kitchen knives are designed to be functional and last a lifetime. They can handle the daily grind in the kitchen. The kitchen knives are made of high-quality stainless steel types, such as VG10, VG2 and other premium steels. These blades are stainless and retain their sharpness well. With their razor-sharp edges, these knives are perfect for a wide variety of cutting tasks. The handles of the kitchen knives are designed with ergonomics in mind. They offer a comfortable grip, preventing fatigue even after prolonged use.

Spyderco has many different types of kitchen knives, including chef's knives, santoku knives and bread knives. Choose the knives you need and like! Spyderco kitchen knives have stunning and modern-looking designs, making them suitable for professional chefs and amateur chefs alike.

Spyderco kitchen knives: it doesn't get better than this!

Spyderco is mostly known as the producer of the world-famous pocket knives. The brand, however, is certainly at least as impressive when it comes to kitchen knives. Shortly after their established in 1978, Spyderco introduced an extensive range of kitchen knives. Since Spyderco only works with the best, these knives were produced in Japan, in a highly regarded knife factory.

The knives were incredibly popular until the relationship between Spyderco and the Japanese producer ended in 2005. The Americans experienced a little after the separation, looking for alternatives, but were never able to end up with the same top-quality knives. The motto 'all or nothing' made them decide to stop producing kitchen knives, to the dismay of many enthusiasts. However, some years ago the two companies decided to give it another go. The result: improved versions of the kitchen knives that were appreciated for decades, once again produced in the Japanese knife capital of Seki.