A sublimely lightweight utility knife for those who appreciate a little Japanese influence in the design of their knives. It delivers accuracy, precision, and versatility.
Boasting Santoku influence, the Good Chopper is perfectly nestled in the gap between our Savernake Knife and the Nimble Chopper. It sports the signature Savernake hollow grind running down from a spine that starts at just under 2 milimetres and gets thinner. We’ve meticulously designed this blade so you can cut with the classic rocking action as well as the more modern straight up and down chop. It’s similarly comfortable racing through a kilo of carrots as chopping chives into tiny pieces. Use the length of the blade to glide through longer veg.
Whether you want wafer thin onions or have a mountain of spuds to dice, the Good Chopper will cut, slice and chop with feather light exactitude.
- All kinds of veg prep
- Fine chopping herbs
- Cutting with control
- Those who appreciate the influence of the Japanese tradition
Precision engineered from the highest quality high-tech 14c28n Sandvik Swedish steel and sharpened by hand and eye for the ultimate cutting edge.
As with every Savernake Knife, the Good Chopper features our trademark concave hollow grind, expertly blended into a tapering convex cutting edge. This means it is both incredibly light, and easy to hone. It also allows for smoother cutting and slicing due to reduced metal passing through the ingredient, and less sticking, due to the reduced surface contact. Quite simply, the concave hollow grind is the business.
Dimensions: 140mm blade // 270mm overall // ±110 grams
Every Savernake knife and accessory is made to order. The quest for perfection takes time, so please allow 4-6 weeks for your order to arrive. Need it sooner? Please get in touch and we’ll always do our best to help.
Your order will be delivered by Royal Mail Special Delivery in its specially-designed tubular Savernake packaging, complete with guidance on knife care.
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