Knives

Are you looking for a new knife? You can find plenty of them in our internet store. There are various types of knives here: chef knives, hunting knives, throwing knives, pocket knives, mushroomers knives, combat knives, etc. A knife is a commonly used tool. Each of us uses it almost every day. What tool have you used this morning to cut a slice of bread? Owners of electric slicers, please do not answer!

Combat knives

Neck knives, Tanto knives, Military …

Throwing knives and daggers

Throwing daggers, Throwing knives, Boot…

Pocket knives

Folding knives, Fixed blade knife,…

Kitchen knives

Big Cook's knives, Japanese Cook's…

A common knife is consists of elongated steel part (so called blade) that is connected to the handle. The main purpose we use knives is cutting and slicing. Combat knives are also used for stabbing. Most of the blades must be sharpened to keep their edges sharp. You will also find whetstones in our e-shop. If you do not know how to sharpen a knife with a whetstone, please read this article. The harder the steel is, the easier is its sharpening and the longer will the blade edge remain sharp. Hardness of high quality chef knives should be 52 to 56 HRC.

There are many types of knives. We tried to structure our wide range of knives into logical groups. You will find here for example the following categories: throwing knives, combat knives, pocketknives, chef knives, hunting knives, exclusive Finnish knives, Damascus knives, machetes, etc.

The first knives were already made during the Old Stone Age. In the beginning they were only sharp stones. Wooden or bone handles were attached to these primitive blades later on. When men learned how to produce and process metals, knives in the modern sense of the word came into existence. Copper and bronze were the first metals to be used this way. Iron steel started to be used in the Iron Age. First steel knives were created in this time. All knife blades intended to get in contact with food have to be made from stainless steel according to health regulations of the EU. Manual production has been replaced by mass production. People want to have cheap and quality knives. Knives had to be produced in an automated way and in bulk. Production of quality stainless steel is more expensive, but still affordable. See for yourself in our internet store!

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How long does the warranty last and what does it cover?

The statutory legal warranty covers the productions defects of all products for a period of two years from the purchase day and this guarantee can be enforced by the consumer within 2 months from the discovery of the defect. In case of conformity defect, the consumer is entitled, at its own discretion, to the repair or the substitution of the defected products by the seller, without any additional cost, save if the requested remedy is not possible or too much expensive in respect of the other. If repair or substitution are not possible, the consumer has, in any case, the right to have a reduction of the price or to have a sum proportioned to the product value paid back, against the return of the product to the seller. The above applies ONLY to consumers as defined by the Law. Damages deriving from the use or from an accident or caused by the natural wear and tear do not fall within this guarantee or other guarantees. Wear and tear is damage that naturally and inevitably occurs as a result of normal wear or aging. We deny any responsibility deriving from incidental or consequential damages caused by the misuse of the products or its components.

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