Victorinox Heads Into the Kitchen with the Swiss Modern Santoku Knife

As the parent brand behind the Swiss Army Knife, it’s safe to say Switzerland’s Victorinox knows a thing or two about blades. Enter the Swiss Modern Santoku Knife, a Japanese-inspired kitchen utensil that pairs a 17-centimetre-long blade with a handle of prime European walnut wood. Lightweight and resilient, the knife delivers steadfast functionality and no shortage of timeless allure. Your kitchen simply isn’t complete without it.

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Ideal for home cooking, the Victorinox Swiss Modern Santoku Knife employs premium stainless steel on the blade. Taking cues from the best in Japanese craftsmanship, the blade is brilliantly effective and resistant to wear. Equally optimal is the European walnut wood handle. Geometrically shaped to allow for dynamic impact, the wood feels surprisingly warm and organic against your palm. It’s the best of old and new alike, and one balanced, elegant kitchen essential.

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