Meridian Elite 10 Inch Stealth Chef's Knife

Meridian Elite 10 Inch Stealth Chef's Knife

About this product

The Messermeister Meridian Elite 10" Stealth is the latest blade length to be ground to a new thinner, more efficient cutting chef's knife. Efficiency in cutting is a blend of geometry, edge angle and steel. The thinner the spine, the more severe the distal taper (degree of thinning from spine to edge and heel to tip), the lower the edge angle (15 degrees or less), and the better the heat treat and subsequent refrigeration of the molecular structure, the more efficient the cutting power. The Stealth's spine is 2.3mm vs. our regular Meridian Elite Chef's at 3.8mm-that is almost 40% thinner!!!...Making it one sharp knife!

Usage

  • The blade is shaped so that it can peel, trim, slice, dice, chop, mince, vegetables, fillet fish, and cut meat. Each part of the knife is designed to perform a different task. It is the flagship of cutlery.

Features

  • One-piece, fully forged
  • Hand-polished 15° “Elite” edge
  • Bolsterless edge
  • Cambered chef’s knife blade
  • Extra-wide chef’s knife blade
  • Ergonomic balance
  • Triple rivet “POM” handle
  • Polished spine
Price: $190.00
 
Quantity
SKU E/3686-10S
Weight 0.85 lbs

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  • Author: Leo Higgins
    Great knife. At first I thought the handle was too long, but when using the knife with a typical thumb and forefinger grip on the blade the handle length became an element that allowed the nice balance felt with use. The rounded corners on the handle were much more comfortable than another high quality German Chef's knife that had a shorter handle. After using the Messermeister knife I felt the balance was better than the much heavier German knife, which felt good but not as good as the Messermeister, and the less rounded corners on the other German knife was far from as comfortable as the Messermeister knife. The Messermeister cut very smoothly right out of the nice shipping box (unlike the very low-budget cardboard sleeve that constituted the shipping container for the other high quality German knife). The narrower blade on the Stealth did make cutting hard vegetable such as carrots feel like I had more control of the cut, and I was not just fracturing the carrot due to a wider blade. It was very satisfying. I sent back the other knife, and happily kept the Messermeister.