Professional chefs choose Victorinox knives because they hold an edge up to twice as long as other knives.

Founded in 1884 in a picturesque town in Switzerland, Victorinox has experienced incredible growth and is now recognized by restaurant professionals worldwide for providing stamped and forged high-carbon stainless steel cutlery that won’t rust or corrode. High-carbon stainless steel holds an edge longer than other stainless steel blends and is also easy to sharpen when that becomes necessary. As long as you hone your Victorinox knife whenever necessary, you’ll find you don’t need to sharpen it as often and that you own your Victorinox knife at least twice as long as your other knives.