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Evercut Furtif Chef’s Knife

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4.7?
Discovered on 2014-11-03

Apart from the classy resemblance to the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet, the Evercut Furtif Chef’s Knife is a masterpiece every chef will adore. It has extraordinary cutting performance which is considered to be 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The blades are made of steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide which can make slicing vegetables and meat super fast and easy at the same time. The non-stick coating blade only makes the process convenient as this way, you’ll enjoy slicing more than finding it to be a tough, messy job every chef (be it professional or amateur) needs to go through. An ultimate kitchen accessory you must bring in to your collection.

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Mark R. Hinkle

These knives look cool but the black coating on mine came off after less than a year’s use. I am hoping we got it all out of our food but anyone expecting it to last for a long time will be disappointed. Service from the company is slow and unsatisfying.

hello@thegadgetflow.com

Thanks for the info. Much appreciated.

Young

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