The knife comes in a plastic and cardboard sheath (see photo).
The history of Zwilling J.A. Henckels goes back to June 1731, when Peter Henckels registered the Zwilling brand (the word means "twin") with the knife-makers guild in Solingen, Germany.
Today Zwilling is Germany's leading cutlery maker and sells its products in over 100 countries. Its knives are synonymous with top quality and functionality throughout the world.
The stainless steel used for Zwilling knives combines high carbon content with chromium and other components that make it ideal for cutting tools.
Merece la pena según que bolsillo, creo que los alemanes están perdiendo mercado por sus precios en comparación con los productos japoneses de alidad, me refiero a cuchillería claro.
It is worth it according to what pocket, I think the Germans are losing market for their prices compared to the Japanese products of alidad, I mean clear cutlery.
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