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I need a knife , a sharp kitchen knife, a small one

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Vanillamanilla1 Sun 11-Feb-18 18:49:57

Recommend me one please .
I need a sharp small knife I use for cutting garlic or trimming fat , or just small jobs ( maybe a paring knife or slightly bigger ) ,... I have loads of big knives and ' why can't you use one of those ' hmm and why don't you just fuck off
Not too pricey .. I only work a menial low paid job
Thanks lovelies

readysteadyteddy Sun 11-Feb-18 19:00:08

I use kitchen scissors for trimming fat. Never fund a good small knife myself.

FrogFairy Sun 11-Feb-18 19:06:44

I love this little knife, great for the money. They do many others if you want something bigger.

www.amazon.co.uk/Kitchen-Devils-Lifestyle-Vegetable-Knife/dp/B000FPU2SK/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=kitchen+devil+knifes&tag=mumsnetforum-21&ie=UTF8&qid=1518375923&sr=8-5

stoneagefertilitydoll Sun 11-Feb-18 19:08:59

We've got the ikea solid stainless one, and it's good - and sharpens up lovely on their 3 grinder wheel sharpener.

ihatethecold Sun 11-Feb-18 19:18:45

Ikea. The ones with red handles are about 90p and amazing.
Ours are lasting very well and still very sharp a year on.

UnimaginativeUsername Sun 11-Feb-18 19:21:23

I really like the solid stainless steel ones from ikea. They’re great.

LadyMonicaBaddingham Sun 11-Feb-18 19:38:10

Kuhn Rikon paring knives are fantastic...

mogloveseggs Sun 11-Feb-18 19:41:01

Ikea

Hassled Sun 11-Feb-18 19:41:09

Lakeland knives are good and not too pricey. They have one the sort of size you mean.

Hassled Sun 11-Feb-18 19:42:22

Here

JeanLouiseFinch Sun 11-Feb-18 19:43:40

Another recommendation for ikea knives. They are great value too.

moreshitandnofuckingredemption Sun 11-Feb-18 19:45:30

Ikea

Justabadwife Sun 11-Feb-18 19:51:33

www.russums-shop.co.uk/i/q/KH031/giesser-boning-knife-13cm?gclid=CjwKCAiA8P_TBRA9EiwAJrpHM_GyieCTNg-dk1YcrFDzyGCb4OwhzU-zpO4SQyM6BbUUEOgIYJeUOhoCyisQAvD_BwE#KH031

I'm rubbish at linking, if it doesn't work its a 13cm boning knife.

This is my favourite knife, I use it for everything. But it isn't a small small knife.

Amber0685 Sun 11-Feb-18 19:56:48

Victorinox, great knives and not too expensive

Twistofanxiety Mon 12-Feb-18 02:32:41

I got a Kitchen Devil small knife in the Co-op on my honeymoon ( yes I know, the romance). The point is, that was over 20 years ago and it's still going strong! It's my favourite knife and I use it to peel potatoes, chop veg and cut meat. As a second choice, Sabatier are super sharp.

Chocolate1984 Wed 14-Feb-18 10:41:22

We were given John Lewis kitchen knives 7/8 years ago & they are great.

AndNoneForGretchenWieners Wed 14-Feb-18 10:44:24

I use kitchen scissors for jobs like that, but DS has a set of magic knives and swears by them. I think they are ace, they cut through a Swede like it was a tomato, so would recommend them.
www.magic-knife.website/

bluebells1 Wed 14-Feb-18 10:46:04

This is the only one I will use. Have had mine 5 years now www.procook.co.uk/product/procook-colourpro-paring-knife-9cm-35-yellow

Pardalis Fri 16-Feb-18 21:16:00

Zwilling are great. And a lifetime guarantee

T1M2N3T4 Fri 16-Feb-18 21:25:31

Kitchen devils are brilliant

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