Victorinox Fibrox Pro 8″ Chef’s Knife Now Just $28.86 Shipped From Amazon!

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Victorinox Fibrox Pro 8″ Chef’s Knife For $30.62 Shipped From Amazon

This has incredible 4.8 star ratings from 4,100+ ratings!

  • For home chefs & professionals. This Fibro Pro chef’s knife has been the top choice of both home chefs and professionals alike. Expertly crafted with a tapered stainless steel edge that cuts with ease and efficiency.
  • Fit for all tasks. Designed to handle kitchen tasks both big and small, This durable knife’s razor sharp and laser-tested blade effortlessly chops, minces, slices and dices. An essential for every kitchen.
  • Easy handling. Each knife features an ergonomic handle made from thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) for a non-slip grip — even when wet. This exceptional knife is weighted and balanced for easy handling.
  • Knife Dimensions. Blade made out of stainless steel material — 7. 9 inches in length. Made with dishwasher safe materials for an easy clean.
  • Trusted Swiss quality. Expertly crafted in Switzerland in 1884, Victorinox provides a lifetime against defects in material and workmanship. Making a Lifetime commitment has never been so easy.
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Great knife, highly recommended. Good price.


Is this knife good for meat, roast, etc?
Or just for veggies?


Best knife around in this price range.


We have one, but anyone have something they recommend to sharpen it when when it does finally get dull? (hasn’t yet and my wife cooks with it almost every day). ~1.5 years old.


Look for a honing steel for routine maintenance. Honing steels work to help the blade stand straight from a bent position. For sharpening, which takes metal off the blade and restores the edge, the easiest choice is a pull-through sharpener like the Chef’s Choice Pronto 4643. For more advanced sharpening, look for a sharpening stone. I have the King 6000/1000 stone.


How much does it normally cost?