Forschner makes the best value knives you can find. And this paring knife is no exception.
For five bucks, you get a screaming sharp blade, a comfortable non-slip fibrox grip and an edge that can easily be resharpened.
So, if you’re looking for value, don’t hesitate — you won’t find any paring knife better than this.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for the best paring knife around, this is probably not it. For that, look to the mighty Shun Classic paring knife. It’s made from a high-end steel, has a tear-shaped pakkawood handle and looks gorgeous. But it’s also $50 — not unreasonable at all, but a small fortune compared to the Forschner.
Forschners, you may know, were named Cook’s Illustrated’s best value a few years in a row. It’s not surprising. These knives could be three times the price and they’d still sell like hotcakes.
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