Life is not all about hunting is it? We do have to spen […]
Life is not all about hunting is it? We do have to spend a few minutes in the kitchen preparing meals, don’t we? And if you’re a knife connoisseur then you probably don’t just use good knives in the field, you also want to use good ones in the kitchen.
I’ve dealt with Joyce Laituri at Spyderco for years. She’s the greatest marketing girl in the world. Everyone loves Joyce. She has a great personality. Every year at the SHOT Show when we meet to discuss Spyderco’s new products for upcoming year she and my wife get off on dog stories and they ignore me for the first 10 minutes. Then we get back to business.
The smooth edge K05 Paring Knife has a 4.48-inch drop-point blade that offers an excellent balance of control and cutting performance. This makes it incredibly versatile and adaptable to many kitchen cutting chores and utility applications. Like the original version, it features a premium MBS-26 stainless steel blade, ground exceptionally thin and meticulously heat treated for optimal edge retention. Its durable polypropylene plastic handle is injection molded directly onto the tang of the blade and features a distinctive “stepped” texture pattern that provides amazing comfort and control during use.
Normally I cover one knife per Product Review but today I’m going to cover two at once by adding the Spyderco Plain Edge Paring Knife With 4.48″ Blade . That way if you like a plain edge or serrated you’re covered. When slicing tomatoes to make salsa I like a serrated edge. The skins are tough and hard to cut even with a semi sharp knife.