Wusthof is a family business known for being specialized in the production of kitchen utensils such as knives located in Solingen, Germany. The company is directed by the seventh generation that is in charge of marketing knives, knife blocks and other kitchen items. Its products are manufactured in the three business centers of Solingen and the company has 350 employees.
Nowadays Wusthof is commercialized in some 90 countries through the business distribution and its knives have more than 40 steps in the manufacturing process, they have a unique and elegant style. If you use a Wusthof knife you can be completely sure that you have one of the best knives in the world. As a family business since 1814, they are considered among the premium suppliers of high-quality knives, elegant knife blocks and many more that are related to cutting and sharpening.
The collection of Locking Blade Guard is ideal to protect your kitchen knives and store them in drawers, rolls of knives, suitcases, etc. They are made of polypropylene and can be washed in the dishwasher. To use it you just have to put the sheet inside the box and then close it while pressing the locking tabs. The protector completely covers the blade and holds it so that everything stays in place.
The 8-Inch Locking Blade Guard knife provides protection for your knives and adjusts to them. Once you use it the blade locks and then released as a safety measure. You can keep the edge by binding the knife to this protector when you are not using it.
- Rigid, durable guard fits up to 8-Inch Cook's Knife and Santoku
- Blade locks in until released
- Great protection for maintaining razor sharp edges
- Suitable for the dishwasher
- Warrantied from defects of material and craftsmanship
- Made in Solingen, German
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