Average rating is 4.2
Good affordable paring knife with good steel! My biggest complaint of the knife is that I keep nicking myself on the heel of the knife! I noticed that CKTG has recently released Artifex paring knives with a much larger cutout at the heel to solve this problem. Unfortunately,I got an early version. Otherwise,no complaints! Keeps a good edge and very easy to sharpen!0.3
By: DanielSouth Dakota USA
Great knife; when cooking,sadly your spouse will grab it first and you will end up stuck with that cheap knife from Target.0.3
By: bicycle johnboston,mass
a great little sharp knife that stays sharp0.3
Sharp knife,good fit and finish. It didnít take long for me to nick my finger on the heel because there is no guard. I softened that corner with a stone,and it seems better now. The handle is a little small for my hand,too. But this is a nicely made knife to go with my other 2 Richmond Artifex knives.0.3
By: JeffSan Francisco,CA
Initially,this knife had some pretty serious flaw when it came to me. The heel of the knife closest to the choil was a fractured,broken mess of sharp angles and what looked like chipped steel. 0.3
It made me question the knife at first,since certainly the OOTB edge was nothing fancy.
But I spent an hour grinding down the sharp edges on the heel part of the knife close to the choil,and then spent another 10min putting a new edge on this knife,and my doubts have worn away.
For a little paring knife,it takes a crazy sharp edge very quickly and easily.
I wish the knife didn’t come with such poor finishing work as I saw,but I was able to correct it and don’t regret the purchase at all. I’ll be looking for an excuse to flute mushrooms.