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October 22, 2007



From the website:


    Greater comfort in the kitchen with the revolutionary Knufe.

    The ergonomically designed angled handle and non-slip finger grooves provide a firmer, safer, more natural grip for cutting.

    You can exert greater force with precision control and virtually no stress on the wrist because your hand is positioned above the blade rather than behind it.

    Works better than a conventional knife, especially for those with arthritis or diminished hand strength.

    Set includes two stainless steel cutting blades — one straight edge and one serrated — and knife holder.


October 22, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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I bought and use a knufe. It works great, and you can notice the difference after using it and then using a regular knife afterward. The regular knife really does stress your wrist. The "exerting greater force" might refer to the fact that you can slice through tougher items like squash and pineapple with a knufe. I have used mine for over two years and have not needed to sharpen either of the two knives that came with the set.

Posted by: MJ | Apr 9, 2008 2:15:08 PM

Kinda like IKEA's bread knife, which has been around for several years.

Posted by: Jeremy | Nov 9, 2007 8:25:06 AM

If one needs to "exert greater force" it means your knife (or knufe) is dull.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Oct 22, 2007 10:15:51 AM

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