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The knife city of Solingen - a city that is known worldwide. The Wüsthof knives are manufactured in 40 work steps and have stood for quality and sharpness for more than 200 years. While other companies are relocating their knife production abroad such as South America or Asia, Wüsthof attaches great importance to the German workmanship. And not only that is the reason why the knives are “Made in Solingen”: The identity of the blade city of Solingen and the heritage are further reasons to continue to produce in Germany.
In the online shop of Messervertrieb Rottner you will find various chef's and kitchen knives from the brand Wusthof such as:
Would you like something very special for your kitchen and your passion for cooking? How about a knife block with the knives commonly used in the kitchen? Wüsthof kitchen knives: a large selection in our online shop.
Each of these knives is in 40 work steps made from Wüsthof steel. The material is a special mixture of vanadium, chromium, stainless steel and molybdenum. The latest robot and laser technology is used to produce precise results. And wherever manual work, a sure instinct and a good eye are required, the company relies on its employees.
High quality Kitchen and chef's knives are characterized by their permanent sharpness, their resilience and easy re-sharpening. The ergonomically shaped handle not only offers a good grip, but also prevents accidental slipping. The Wüsthof kitchen knives prove themselves in daily use and convince with their excellent functionality.
There are 350 different ones in total Wusthof knifethat differ in their blade length and shape. Straight, long, short or curved blade - every knife is suitable for cutting a certain material to be cut. knife with a smooth edge, the so-called bevel, are suitable for cutting meat, fish, vegetables and fruit. The Wüstenhof knives with a serrated edge are perfect for cutting bread. But hard foods such as ham or hard cheese can also be cut very well with the serrated knife.
Our tip: The name of the knife already indicates the intended use.