Chicago Cutlery 62SP Walnut Tradition High-Carbon Blade Boning Knife (5-Inch)

December 1, 2019 - Comment

The Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 5-Inch Boning/Utility Knife makes it easy to separate meat from bone. High-carbon stainless steel blades resist rust, stains, and pitting, while Chicago Cutlery’s exclusive 25-degree Taper Grind edge provides optimum sharpness. Featuring triple brass rivets and a full metal tang, this knife gives you stability and control for sure, safe

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The Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 5-Inch Boning/Utility Knife makes it easy to separate meat from bone. High-carbon stainless steel blades resist rust, stains, and pitting, while Chicago Cutlery’s exclusive 25-degree Taper Grind edge provides optimum sharpness. Featuring triple brass rivets and a full metal tang, this knife gives you stability and control for sure, safe handling during meal prep. The attractive walnut handle with brass rivets is comfortable in the hand and adds a classic look to your kitchen decor. Chicago Cutlery’s Walnut Tradition 5-Inch Boning Knife comes with a full lifetime warranty. Hand washing is recommended.

Product Features

  • Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 5-Inch Boning/Utility Knife makes it easy to separate meat from bone.
  • High-carbon stainless steel blades resist rust, stains, and pitting, while Chicago Cutlery’s exclusive 25-degree Taper Grind edge provides optimum sharpness.
  • Featuring triple brass rivets and a full metal tang, this knife gives you stability and control for sure, safe handling during meal prep.
  • Attractive, contoured walnut handle with brass rivets is comfortable in the hand and adds a classic look to your kitchen decor.
  • Chicago Cutlery’s Walnut Tradition 5-Inch Boning Knife comes with a full lifetime warranty. Hand washing is recommended.

Comments

Anonymous says:

A horrible knife, not worthy of the Chicago Cutlery name I purchased this knife to supplement the same model purchased in the mid-2000’s. The old knife handle was well shaped, the blade easily sharpened and it held an edge well. The fit of blade and wood was great, and it remained great through years of use including frequent immersion in water. Functionally it was near-perfect for its intended purposes of boning, filleting, and general small-scale cutting, and it served well over the years. But the “new” knife was altogether different…

Anonymous says:

The current knives don’t cut it Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Inch Slant Tip Paring KnifeI’ve been using these Chicago Cutlery paring knives for more than 20 years. I like them because they’re well-balanced, sharpen well and hold an edge just as well as the higher-priced ones I’ve tried. Twenty years of dishwashering has bleached the handles a bit, but other than that, they’re doing great. Best paring knives I’ve found.Update Apr 2017: I initially gave these knives a 5-star rating because I had…

Anonymous says:

Uncomfortable Handle I purchased this Chicago Cutlery boning knife to replace the same item that I purchased years ago and recently lost.We’ve been well-pleased with the service we’ve gotten over our years of experience with a whole set of Chicago Cutlery knives, and this knife looks to give us similar service. However, I was unpleasantly surprised at the walnut handle on this knife. As it arrived, the handle’s square edges made it uncomfortable to hold and use. Our earlier knives all had handles…

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