Victorinox Swiss Modern Cutlery Collection

Apr 26, 2018

Category: Gear

By now, we’re pretty sure everyone knows that Victorinox is responsible for making some of the best EDC tools in the world (especially their watches and their many variations on the fabled Swiss Army Knife). But that’s not all they have to offer – not by a long shot. In fact, they’ve just recently introduced a line of Red Dot design award-winning knives in their Swiss Modern Collection.

Comprised of five different blades – chef’s, santoku, carving, bread & pastry, and 2-piece steak knives – this set has everything you need for the perfect cut every single time, whether you’re cooking steak or steaming veggies. And each of them features a wear-resistant stainless steel blade attached to a handsome European walnut wood handle, perfect for both unmistakable style and the utmost in durability. You can also buy them individually (starting at $60) or pick up the whole set for $399.

Purchase: $60+

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