The best chef knife or survival buddy? As Crocodile Dundee said, “that’s not a knife, this is a knife”.  The same could be said for Stelton’s line of kitchen knives.  They’re dipped in a black coating that is said to improve their grip and “evokes thoughts of fine cooking, beautiful cuts and gourmet dinners.”  Sold! If you’re looking to round out your knife collection, take a look at the best oyster knife to complete your set.

No seriously, these are some bad ass knives.  They’re forged from one piece of stainless chromium steel and sport some sort of special coating that makes them very hygienic and easy to clean.

There is no word on price and we’re not sure if they’re sold in a set only or can be bought individually.  But since there of a similar ilk to that of the Global knives, which have long been revered as the Chef’s choice since Patrick Batemen sliced up a many a hooker, they’re probably start at about $100 or so for the chefs knife, and about half that for the bread knife.


Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

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  2. Looking at these knives, I can't help but be visually overwhelmed as I am sure that many of you are as well. However, the more thought that I had put into whether or not they were really an improvement upon the standard riveted handle high carbon steel found in most all kitchen knives the more I thought less about their appearance. Granted, they are visually stunning – But, being somewhat of an connissuer of the culinary arts myself I have come upon the realization that there are two things to consider when purchasing any knife. First and foremost, do you enjoy holding the knife — in other words is it comfortable? Secondly, how sharp is this knife – and how long will it remain that sharp? These knives do not look very comfortable – the handle does not appear to be rounded enough and it looks as though holding this knife for long periods of time would result in great discomfort in your hand. As for the non slip coating – if you are a chef hopefully you know how to properly hold a knife and obviously are skilled with one – it seems useless to me and I would think it would be apt to flaking and chipping unless it is magnetically adhered. I say – skip them and buy something a little more practical.

    1. Neil, excellent and well written points. I'm a fan of Wusthof. To your point, while I like the look of the Global knives I find them exceedingly uncomfortable to hold and don't like the balance. Nonetheless, I'd still like to get my hands on these for a run :).

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