New West KnifeWorks: G-Fusion 5.5" Petty Knife
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $199 USD
- $170 USD to rl6cfa90e
- Number of Bids
- 17 - Bid History
Gift Certificate for a G-Fusion 5.5" Petty Knife
Conventional wisdom says you need knives in the kitchen: a paring knife & a chef knife. The Petty Knife challenges the notion by handling both roles with "the perfect balance of power & grace (Bob Appetit)." Excelling at peeling, paring, boning, carving and other delicate work for vegetables, fruits, hers, the Petty also takes on some of the slicing and dicing jobs or a larger chef knife.
Perfect comlements: steel and design.
The unique qualities of powder metal steel are amplified in this particular blade design. In addition to being extraordinarily sharp, the steel's toughness allows for an extremely thin, agile blade that is still highly durable The combination of elements - sharpness, thinness and durability - results in an elite tool that glides through food like an extension of the hand.
G-Fusion: America's Best
Like cooking, making knives depends on using the best ingredients. The G-Fusion line features the highest performing knife steel on the market - S35VN "Powder Metal" steel. This high carbon alloyed steel has it all: elite sharpness, toughness, edge-holding, stain resistance and sharpenability. G-Fusion knives are made in the US with American steel and backed by a lifetime gaurantee.
G-Fusion handles are made with G10: an aerospace-grade, fiberglass epoxy composite material that is virually bomb-proof. New West developed unique G10 color pallets to enhance the beauty of the tool and inspire kitchen creativity.
Blade Length: 5.5 inches
Overall Length: 11 inches
Max Blade Width: 1.187 inches
Steel Thickness: 0.160 inches
Blade Thickness: .075 - .020 inches
Weight: 3.6 ounces
Steel Type: Crucible CPM S35VN High Carbon Stainless Powder metal steel. HRC 59-60
"As beautiful as it is useful" - New York Times
"We find ourselves reaching for a petty knife as much as, if not more often than, the beloved chef's knife" - Bon Appetit
"Knife Art" - Fine Cooking
"Gorgeous to look at and even better to use" - Food & Wine
"America's Best" - Cooking Light
"The best chef knife company you've never heard of" - Forbes
"The blade was razor-sharp and cut through the meat like 'Buttah' as we say in these parts" - The Americanologists
"Next Level" - Bloomberg
Item Special Note
Must pick up knife in store. Contact Kate for pick-up.
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