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All About Wusthof Knives | Williams-Sonoma

Wusthof knives are known for their superior quality all over the world. In this video, Harald Wusthof, CEO of Wusthof, shares with you the two hundred years old legacy of the brand and the facts that make their products so popular.

Wusthof produces around 158 different types of utility knives. Each piece is precision forged from a single piece of sturdy high-carbon steel that resists stains and corrosion. Wusthof’s cutting edge Precision Edge Technology (PET) creates an extraordinary sharp blade that retains its edge 30 percent longer than other knives.

Each knife that gets produced at Wusthof’s is sharpened by hand to maintain high quality. Wusthof uses laser beam measuring devices to give each knife a perfect angle so that it can be easily used for the specific purpose that it is designed for.

Wusthof utility knives are popular among professional and home cooks all over the world. This German product comes with a sturdy handle that is contoured for a comfortable grip and designed to last a lifetime.

Wusthof has more than 360 dedicated craftsmen who are trained to design top quality utility knives that brand Wusthof is famous for.

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Comments (11)

  1. drew v December 6, 2017 Reply


  2. geheimschriver December 6, 2017 Reply

    Nice to know that your 100 euro kitchen knive gets stamped out of a 99ct piece of steel on a conveyor belt….

  3. shad akr December 6, 2017 Reply

    have you used any Shun knives ? if so how are they

  4. Hugh Myron December 6, 2017 Reply

    As long as it is a quality knife I dont care how it is made.

  5. howie feltersnatch December 6, 2017 Reply

    you get what you pay for the ikon classic series is amazing i use an ikon every day at work and it makes my job easier than using a garbage knife
    ohh yeah and dont shop at williams sonnoma

  6. nicermguy1 December 6, 2017 Reply

    What quality control Mr. W? Out of two sets I had 25defective knives. Bad steel that stained, partially printed logo on blade, burrs on blades, gaps between handle and bolster on both the plastic and wood lines, splintered wood n handles, etc. that lady inspector must be making two piles of knives, one with good knives for Europeans and one with defective knives for the Americans they think are too stupid to notice. Look at your knives very carefully if you buy these.

  7. romance698 December 6, 2017 Reply

    Sorry but these knives are over rated and over priced. I am not willing to pay $1,200.00 for a set of these knives. There are other great knives made by other manufacturers with the same quality and moderate price. Let the Wusthof knives for the snobs.

  8. Gary Wood December 6, 2017 Reply

    BMW made the engines for some of the German planes in WW2 as-well, you gonna crucify all BMW drivers too ?


  9. nonothingcc December 6, 2017 Reply

    yeah, and cotton was once picked by slaves. History is important, but nothing would advance if people don't learn to get over themselves occasionally

  10. Aerodynamickevin December 6, 2017 Reply

    They also made knives for the Wehrmacht and even the Japanese army had copies of Wüsthof Messer!

    The best armies need the best weapons!

  11. Kenneth Augustin December 6, 2017 Reply

    First, Beech!

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