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Victorinox - 7" Swiss Modern Santoku Knife with Granton Blade Olive-Green - 6.9056.17K6B

Victorinox - 7" Swiss Modern Santoku Knife with Granton Blade Olive-Green - 6.9056.17K6B

Model Number: VICT-6.9056.17K6B

Web Code: 7611160092458

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Victorinox - 7" Swiss Modern Santoku Knife w/Granton Blade Olive-Green - 6.9056.17K6B

Precision and design are a match made in heaven

Elegant design meets high precision in the new Victorinox Swiss Modern collection. Home cooks deserve an easy-to-use, well-balanced knife that delivers razor-sharp cuts, will not dull, and a design that complements today’s well-designed kitchens. Enter the new Swiss Modern line, offering sleek synthetic handles that are not only easy to clean and are dishwasher safe but are also offered in fresh and classy Scandinavian colors as well as classic black. Each of the five knives and the carving fork is available in an exclusive color, making it extremely easy to always grab the exact knife you need. Light weight, yet perfectly balanced, with nonslip, ergonomic handles make these knives exceptionally easy to maneuver for any task. Gone are the days when the heft of a kitchen knife determined its quality, with Swiss Modern you are guaranteed a first-class experience in the home kitchen.

Japanese inspired, the Swiss Modern Santoku Knife, 17 cm takes its name from the translation of the words ‘knife of three virtues’. And it certainly lives up to that thanks to its intrinsic ability to slice effortlessly through meat, fruit and vegetables. The 17 cm blade is constructed with a specially fluted edge to eliminate friction and prevent food sticking. The streamlined synthetic handles not only look on-point in any kitchen décor, they also perfectly balance ergonomics and durability.

  • Perfectly suited for home cooking
  • Swiss made Santoku knife with fluted edge
  • Stainless, wear-resistant steel blade and synthetic handle
  • Dishwasher-safe

The Making of The Name

Originating from inside Karl Elsener's cutler workshop in 1884, Victorinox stands for quality, functionality, innovation & iconic design & has done so for more than 130 years! Victorinox comes from Karl's mother's name Victoria & inox, the international term for stainless steel. Combining the two words "Victoria" & "Inox" gives the name of the company & brand today - Victorinox.

Swiss Army Knife

In 1891, Karl Elsener delivered the first major supply of 'soldiers knives' to the Swiss Army. The term 'Swiss Army Knife' was coined by American soldiers after World War II due to the difficulty in pronouncing its German name. By 1945, the Swiss Army Knife becomes known all over the world. US soldiers buy it in large quantities & it becomes a popular souvenir to take home.

Long Term Thinking

Is it because of the Swiss roots? The 130-year history? Or is it simply because of the deep connection with nature? The fact is that Victorinox has always felt an obligation to treat resources & colleagues responsibly. Sustainability is an integral part of Victorinox's corporate strategy. That is why they work tirelessly to improve production processes and look after corporate culture.

Awards & Commitments

Victorinox is regularly awarded for its actions in innovation, sustainability & social commitment & has been honoured with numerous awards for their environmental commitment, capacity for innovation and sustainable management. Numerous labels lend an official stamp to this commitment, including Green Dot, a recycling packaging label.

The Making of The Name

The Making of The Name

Originating from inside Karl Elsener's cutler workshop in 1884, Victorinox stands for quality, functionality, innovation & iconic design & has done so for more than 130 years! Victorinox comes from Karl's mother's name Victoria & inox, the international term for stainless steel. Combining the two words "Victoria" & "Inox" gives the name of the company & brand today - Victorinox.

Swiss Army Knife

Swiss Army Knife

In 1891, Karl Elsener delivered the first major supply of 'soldiers knives' to the Swiss Army. The term 'Swiss Army Knife' was coined by American soldiers after World War II due to the difficulty in pronouncing its German name. By 1945, the Swiss Army Knife becomes known all over the world. US soldiers buy it in large quantities & it becomes a popular souvenir to take home.

Long Term Thinking

Long Term Thinking

Is it because of the Swiss roots? The 130-year history? Or is it simply because of the deep connection with nature? The fact is that Victorinox has always felt an obligation to treat resources & colleagues responsibly. Sustainability is an integral part of Victorinox's corporate strategy. That is why they work tirelessly to improve production processes and look after corporate culture.

Awards & Commitments

Awards & Commitments

Victorinox is regularly awarded for its actions in innovation, sustainability & social commitment & has been honoured with numerous awards for their environmental commitment, capacity for innovation and sustainable management. Numerous labels lend an official stamp to this commitment, including Green Dot, a recycling packaging label.

Specs

Dimensions

Knife Length

7

Product Weight

1

Details

Care & Use

Dishwasher-safe

Color

Olive Green

Handle Type

Polypropylen Copolymere (PPC)

Item Condition

New

Material

Stainless Steel & Polypropylen Copolymere (PPC)

Model

6.9056.17K6B

Series

Swiss Modern

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty

Lifetime

Reviews

Victorinox

Victorinox is shipped free across Canada on orders over $99. Victorinox puts their passion into creating household and professional knives that are ergonomically designed and exceptionally sharp. Whether you use it in your five star restaurant or in your home kitchen, you'll feel like a pro with every slice, dice and chop.