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WMF Classic Line: kitchen knives with a timeless design

The WMF Classic Line consists of reliable kitchen knives, according to classic German design and at a very good price. These knives do not have a forged bolster, as we've come to expect from kitchen knives with a German design. This results in pleasantly lightweight knives and perhaps more importantly, a competitive price. WMF's Classic Line has a timeless design, suitable for everyone.

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Features of the WMF Classic Line

WMF Classic Line type of steel

The blades are made from X50Cr15MoV-steel. Sounds complicated, but this stainless steel is one of the most commonly used types of steel for kitchen knives. This is simply because it is easy to sharpen, retains its sharpness well and has excellent corrosion resistance. WMF sharpens each blade with laser precision. Each knife is individually measured with a laser, after which the optimal sharpening angle is determined. A robot then sharpens the blade to an unprecedented sharpness.

WMF Classic Line handle

The handles are made from black POM. This is an extremely durable type of plastic that can withstand all substances and conditions that can occur in a kitchen. The blade runs throughout the entire handle. The POM scales are seamlessly attached to the blade in the traditional way, with two rivets. As such, no dirt can accumulate between the blade and the handle. Very hygienic! The handles of the Classic Line knives do not have a metal bolster, but they do have a thicker part of the handle. As a result, your fingers won't accidentally come up against the blade while cutting, and the knives are pleasantly lightweight. What more could a real cooking enthusiast ask for?