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How to Choose the Right Knife for Your Needs

 


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When looking to buy a knife, there are a few things you should consider. There are many kinds of knives and each one serves a specific purpose. Knives come in all price ranges and sizes and it is important to know what you need from a knife before making your purchase. There are six common pocket and folding knives:

Multi-Blade Knives- A pocket knife with anywhere between two to one hundred different blades.

Pen Knives- A small, compact pocket knife. Inexpensive and useful for the camper or hunter who desires a portable knife that takes up very little room.

Advertising Knives- Used mainly as a marketing device to get a company some recognition. They are usually given away to promote the company or product and are printed with the name of the company or product on the handle.

Figural Knives- Similar to advertising knives, except that they are typically in the shape of an animal or person. They are intended for promoting something.

Character Knives- A combination of an advertising and figural knife. Usually used to market something and are designed with a pop culture theme. They are often “limited editions".

Miniature Knives- Smaller than a traditional knife. Can either be used for decoration or collection purposes, though they can also be used to cut as well.

Having a few good quality knives will make chopping up all your food a lot easier. Also, make sure you keep them sharp. Sharpen your knives regularly to make the prep work easier and more pleasant.

Bobbi Rose is an author for kitchen dinnerware and shares his passion for cooking. Learn some great cooking tips that you can follow to make cooking a pleasurable experience.

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