Kuhn Rikon Watermelon Cutting Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Culinary tools can make or break your meal, and if you’re inexperienced with various types of knives– or worse yet, inexperienced, Kuhn Rikon’s Melon Knife could be the perfect addition to your Summer cook-out utensil set.

The Japanese steel blade is non-stick coated for even the sweetest and stickiest of melons, and the watermelon version is color coded for its intended use. The knife itself has cutouts to eliminate the ever annoying stuck seeds, and the sheath has graphically depicted seeds along the outside. The handle is ergonomically equipped to ensure a steady grip when cutting even the largest, round melons.

Get a grip on your own melon knife at Amazon.

Kuhn Rikon Watermelon Cutting Knife (2)

Kuhn Rikon Watermelon Cutting Knife (1)

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