FELIX is a company with tradition, and one of the oldest knife manufacturers, producing cutlery since 1790. Karl Gustav Felix founded the company Gustav Felix Schneidwarenfabrik in 1843, establishing a two-centuries-long heritage of craftsmanship, manufacturing knives renowned for their extraordinary quality around the world. In 2012, ZEPTER International, a multi-brand global company that produces, sells and distributes exclusive, high-quality consumer goods around the world, purchased FELIX Solingen GMbH, thus securing its position as the market leader for the production of top quality knives. Zepter’s unique vision, superior quality and innovative products found a true match in the tradition and superior craftsmanship of Felix.
For cutting up small fruits, trimming vegetables or mincing shallots the paring knife is the best choice.
Molybdenum Vanadium stainless steel enables no food particles retention and high resistence to corrosion.
You can do almost every basic cutting task in the kitchen, whether it's dicing a pepper or cutting a piece of steak with a chef’s knife. But there are some jobs where only a smaller, razor-sharp paring knife will only do. It’s crucial for in-hand work—those jobs where you hold the object you’re cutting instead of resting it on a board.
• Ergonomically designed antibacterial handles
• Easy cleaning & maintenance
• Different colors for different use – minimum risk of food contamination
Dimension: 10 cm
Professional Paring knife
FELIX SOLINGEN GmbH , An den Eichen 6, 42699 Solingen
Blade: Molybdenum Vanadium stainless steel
Handle (green): Polypropylene
CLEANING AND CARE
Recommended cleaning and washing knives by hand.
After use, rinse with warm water and dry with a dry cloth.
SUITABLE FOR USE IN THE DISHWASHER
5-year warranty in case of discovered defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty does not cover: aesthetic changes resulting from normal use, scratches and cracks, which do not affect the product’s performance, and the damage caused by improper use of the knife, eg. improper sharpening.
Declaration of Conformity concerning the Regulation (EC) Nº1935/2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food which – when used properly – do not release any substances harmful to health.