This report is for members only
Already a CHOICE member?
Log in now
To access this expert review, join now for only $7.98 / month (billed quarterly as $23.95 on a recurring basis until you cancel).
We test 15 kitchen knives in the CHOICE labs from brands including Anolon, Cuisinart, Victorinox and Scanpan and more.
A high performance knife turns a good cook into a kitchen samurai, so it pays to buy well. We test 15 non-serrated kitchen knives, ranging in size from 18cm to 21cm, to tell you which brands have the best:
Gain full access to this test report and hundreds more product reviews and expert ratings. Billed quarterly at $23.95.
Already a CHOICE member? Log in now
Content producer - Household
That makes it easier to find and sort the information you need.
To help you get the information that matters most to you.
So you can make and compare a shortlist of products or services.
Read more on our website updates blog.
Our test report compares products across these 17 criteria.
To see the report, become a member or log in now.
The overall score is made up of cutting performance (70%), initial sharpness (15%) and sharpness after blunting test (15%).
We put the knives through their paces, slicing and dicing various foods including:
Each knife was subjected to 50 slicing strokes into an aluminium rod using a purpose-built mechanical burnishing machine. This figure is rounded to the nearest five.
This is the manufacturer's recommended retail price in April 2013.
An external specialist laboratory assessed the knives for initial sharpness immediately after purchase and sharpness after a blunting test. This figure is rounded to the nearest five.
Find out how to choose the right kitchen knives for filleting, boning, bread, vegetables and all-purpose jobs.
We're not talking ordinary scissors here. Cut through meat, poultry, bones, vegetables and even plastic packaging!
How to find a kitchen utensil that feels like it was made for your hand.
You need to be logged in to write a comment.