Michael Symon Cutlery

Michael Symon's Cutlery breaks new ground for performance-first, professional quality knives at a really affordable price point. The line is forged from German X50CrMoV15 high-carbon steel, and tempered to 56-58°HRC. This material is a smart and proven choice for keen, long-lasting edges that resharpen easily. The blades are ground thin and polished with a slight 18° bevel per side, resulting in a fast and precise edge that lies somewhere between sturdy German blades and razor-sharp Japanese blades. The blade material is highly non-corrosive and durable; there are really no special maintenance requirements! The knives have a short handle bolster that does not extend to the heel, so the entire length of the blade can be used and easily sharpened. Full tangs are riveted to synthetic, wood-grained, G10 fiberglass resin handles. G10 handles are known to be one of the world's strongest handle materials and the comfortable, traditional shape has a textured surface for improved grip, even when wet. And while only time will tell, this G10 handle paired with a fully-forged, full-tang, X50CrMoV15 blade inspires great confidence for a very long life. Still, as with all quality knives, we recommend hand washing to keep them from getting dinged around in the dishwasher. The cutlery is well-shaped, balanced, comfortable, fast and very sharp. It is also backed by Ergo Chef with a limited lifetime warranty. Definitely a contender for best-buy!

Michael Symon is a professional chef, restaurateur, author and TV personality who may be best known as a co-host of ABC's The Chew or as an "Iron Chef". But Chef Symon rose to fame as the chef and owner of Cleveland's acclaimed Lola and was soon after named Food & Wine's "Best New Chef", 1998. Soon he had three more successful restaurants under his belt and by 2009, Chef Symon had earned the prestigious James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef, Great Lakes Region. He's also authored several books, including one of the best for meat lovers: Michael Symon's Carnivore. Suffice it to say, the man can cook. And his new knife line is no less impressive. hide...

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