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4-Pack Victorinox 3.25" Kitchen Paring Knife Set w/ Straight Edge Spear Tip

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For precision jobs in the kitchen, this Swiss classic kitchen paring knife is the perfect companion. It features a 3.25" sharp straight edge and pointed tip. Ideal for mincing, peeling, slicing, dicing and removing seeds. It also has an ergonomically designed polypropylene handle for sure grip and easy handling. Complete your cutlery with this fine crafted kitchen knife from Victorinox.

Made in Switzerland
Pack of 4 kitchen knives in green, pink, yellow and orange

3.25" sharp straight edge and pointed tip

Ideal for mincing, peeling, slicing, dicing and removing seeds

Ergonomically designed polypropylene handle

Dishwasher safe

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Victorin...2905542098
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I own two of these with black handles and love them. They are thin, light weight, slight flex blades and not meant for every task, but do so many things so well. Maybe I would call them scalpel-like.

Grabbed this set to have more extras and to use to remember what sort of cutting task is being handled by each color blade to help avoid cross contamination if there are a lot of tasks going on..

Also good to have a set of these if you do entertaining.. I hand these out to family and guests to perform the 'how can i help' tasks they are suited for, and for cheese trays where slicing is needed, etc.

Had a $5 coupon on ebay as well so was worth checking this out on my account.
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Honest question... why would I need more than 1 paring knife? Are people using these as steak knives primarily, or giving extras away as gifts? I cook daily but I think I'm missing something about why this is a popular set.
I have a big family alongside my brother's family and we used to
run out of utensils often. Use parings for avocados, cooked chicken, cheese, small veg etc at the table so that already is 3-4 parings sometimes during dinner.

These are nice, all-rounder knives and to be honest since they are so small and sharp, they've become almost my favorite knife even though I also have 6,8,10 in. variants
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I was scrolling and saw they also have a 6 pack of all red knives from the same seller. Comes out to about 66 cents more each but at least they're all the same color and still a bargain.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/...2849486481
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This is the Wirecutter's pick for best paring knife. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...ing-knife/
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Thanks OP! Grew up using these. Ordered 2 sets and now sold out again.
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The handle is a bit different than the black handle version, which I prefer. These are great knives.
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I have one of these and I don't particularly like it either. It feels flimsy and the blade is very soft and bendy, maybe this is something other people look for in a paring knife, but I prefer a more rigid blade. I'd rather just pay more for something that I have more confidence in.
I prefer a flexible blade for a paring knife -- thick/rigid blades are good for a chef's knife, but definitely not what I want in a paring knife. I'd have paid more to get this one over a rigid one, lol.
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Thanks OP! Ordered two sets for my wife. A 16-month-old at home and another on the way means a LOT of food prep.
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Thanks op. In for a set.
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I see this in Sam's for $7..
Daily Chef Paring Knives (4pk.)
Can the experts chime in here as which is better?
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I like my other Victorinox blades. But, who needs four paring knives?
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Just ordered. These will be perfect to throw in my lunch set. Anyone know of a good budget sheath or edge guard for them ?
Maybe?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhqNKuLVfM8
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I see this in Sam's for $7..
Daily Chef Paring Knives (4pk.)
Can the experts chime in here as which is better?
The blade shape on those Sam's ones would drive me crazy. They're like little boning knives where the blade is not large enough and does not match the handle well for a lot of my uses. Dexter Russell also has cheap paring's like those from Sam's, and they always bugged me. I'm sure those are capable of cutting things people will be fine with them.. However, these Victorinox, made in Switzerland instead of China, are better, often considered the best option available from consumer focused testing entities!
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I purchased one of these about 6 years ago for $8 and honestly it's been one of my favorite knives to use. I maybe resharpen it with a honing steel once every 3 months and it looks and feels the same as the day I purchased it. Probably not what it was meant for but I personally use mine for cutting steaks, fruits, deboning meats, and pretty much anything that I'd find a small blade useful for.
same here, except we use the serrated version.
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