Boker Arbolito Classic Chef's Knife 7" Blade, Black POM Handles - 03BA8307


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Part #: BO8307 | Boker Knives
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BO8307: Boker Arbolito Classic Chef's Knife
Boker Arbolito
Put one of these in your hand and you immediately know that it's a quality knife. Check out the balance, grip and razor-sharp cutting performance. This knife is engineered and finished to the exacting Solingen, Germany factory standards and is manufactured in Boker's Buenos Aires, Argentina plant.

The blade is made of 440 stainless steel, which makes these knives extra durable, and provides outstanding edge retention and easy sharpening. The full tang construction offers superior strength.

The handle is made of durable POM material, the same material used in the high-end kitchen cutlery. This handle material is easy and low maintenance, as it does not require any special care when it comes to handling and cleaning.

This knife will surely prove itself, as the perfect cutting tool for any kitchen!
  • Blade Length: 7"
  • Overall Length: 11.5"
  • Made in Argentina

UPC Code: 788857005262

Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
Boker Arbolito Classic Chef's Knife 7" Blade, Black POM Handlesrated 1.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Boker Arbolito Classic Chef's Knife 7" Blade, Black POM Handles
rated 1 stars out of 5
Old Timer
north woods
Dec 13, 2012
Pros: None
Cons: Overall Quality, Construction, Material Quality, Design
I'm not one to turn up my nose at cheap knives - outside the kitchen, I use a $10 Mora for almost everything. But this knife-shaped object was a real disappointment. The handle is too small (I have average-sized hands). The blade is very thin, with no distal taper (hilt to point) at all, and on mine the grind meanders like a drunk staggering home from the bar. It's much too light and the balance is just unfortunate. The blade is curiously wide near the tip compared with the blade profile of a Wusthof or Henkels or the Victorinox kitchen knives - this, combined with the thin stock, makes it hard to use the 2-3 inches near the point for peeling or fine dicing. In a pinch grip it chops green onions satisfactorily, but lacks the weight and sturdiness to tackle root vegetables.


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