IT's time to disrupt the CHEF knife market

ISN'T it time you got what you paid for?

As with any product, vendors will set up a mark-up based on the frequency of your purchases.


With Premium Chef Knives a user can go on for tens of years with just one knife, and that serves as a factor for hundreds of dollars to be included in the price. 

A Good Quality Chef Knife is Expensive

A Good Quality Chef Knife is Expensive

A Good Quality Chef Knife is compromises of High Quality Steel, like VG10

A Good Quality Chef Knife is compromises of High Quality Steel, like VG10

"CHOPPN' KNIVES PUTS ALL OTHER KNIVES TO SHAME"

Kiritsuke
€136.99 EUR€109.99 EUR
€246.99 EUR€169.99 EUR
Petty Kiritsuke
€109.99 EUR€93.99 EUR

With almost anything you’re buying, knives included, branding comes into play. When you buy from a well-known brand, you’re paying for the expectation of quality. And if you go to a store, like Sur La Table or Williams-Sonoma, you’re probably paying a large retail markup on top of that brand markup. 


✅Choppn' Knives bypasses these unnecessary brand and retail markups and delivers high quality knives directly to your door!

CHEF KNIFE BUYING MISTAKE #1

- SPENDING TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE -

A good set of knives can be one of the most puzzling purchases you ever have to make for your kitchen, and the incredibly wide range of prices means it can be difficult to know how much or how little you should spend. 

Getting cheaper knives might be tempting, but you want something that's going to last. And, for most home cooks, it's not necessary to invest in the super-expensive, professional quality knives that are going to cost the same as a month's rent in any small to mid-size American city. Pay too much or too little, and you could be making a big mistake. 


✅After countless design revisions, material analysis, and durability tests, we developed a truly well balanced blade that offers exceptional cutting performance at an affordable price!

CHEF KNIFE BUYING MISTAKE #2

- NOT Picking the Right SET -

Whether you’re setting up a new kitchen or considering upgrading the tools you currently have, a knife set can seem like a good idea. The advantages are that you get a lot of knives (and, often, kitchen shears and a honing steel) at a reasonable price and you don’t have to think too much about it.


But are you really better off purchasing a block set? The experts agree: probably not, and here’s why.

When It Comes to Chef Knives, More Is Not More

Knife sets feel like a bargain. A block with 18 knives may retail for $400 - $500, when, if you bought all those knives separately, it would cost twice as much — or more. But you probably don’t need (and won’t use) all those knives. “You’re paying a lot of extra money for knives that aren’t getting used and that are inferior in quality". 


Choppn' Knives offers the only two knives you will ever need - An 8" Chef Knife and a 6" Petty/Pairing Knife - to accomplish over 90% of all Kitchen Tasks!

CHEF KNIFE BUYING MISTAKE #3

- buying inferior quality steel -

One of the most important items to consider when choosing a kitchen knife is the steel that is used to make the blade. The blade steel will determine the cutting properties of the knife as well as how resistant it is to corrosion, chipping, and losing sharpness. These are the reasons that finding the best steel for your kitchen knives is so imperative.

There’s not one perfect steel that is the best fit for all knives and that’s because there are trade-offs. For example, additives that increase hardness in steel can also make knives brittle and hard to sharpen. Other elements that might help with something could also reduce the blade’s ability to retain an edge, therefore requiring more frequent sharpening. 


Choppn' Knives has found the perfect balance of these properties (hardness, strength, edge retention, corrosion resistance, and wear resistance) and uses VG10 - A Japanese Super Steel!

HOw does a choppn' knife stack against its competitors?

After countless design revisions, material analysis, and durability tests, we developed a truly well balanced blade. 


Crafted using Japanese Imported VG10 and 66 layers of Damascus steel we have managed to balance sharpness, edge retention and cost resulting in a blade structure unlike any other. 

VG-10 Steel is considered a Japanese Super Steel, it is one of the most popular steels used in top-of-the-line Japanese kitchen knives. VG-10 is associated with sharp edges, durability, and edge retention. Made with 1% carbon, 15% chromium, 1.5% cobalt, 1% molybdenum, 0.5% manganese, and 0.2% vanadium, its fine steel structure makes it easy to sharpen, yet capable of holding that edge longer than most.

"COOKING IS AN ART, AND OUR KNIVES ARE UNIQUE IN THEIR OWN RIGHT...


 THEY ARE AS BEAUTIFUL AND UNIQUE AS THE MEALS YOU CREATE WITH THEM."

DARE TO BE UNIQUE

It’s the colorful signature "Hayami" handle that truly makes Choppn’ Knives one-of-a-kind. 


Crafted for ultimate comfort, a sturdy grip in either hand and stellar performance, the superior-quality stabilized wood boasts a multicolored finish making each knife as unique as the chef holding it.


No more boring brown and black handles — Chefs express themselves through their food and the way they cook and it’s time for their knives to be just as unique.


Our knives are 100% unique and each handle is different.

THE CHOPPN' KNIVES

Kiritsuke
€136.99 EUR€109.99 EUR
€246.99 EUR€169.99 EUR
Petty Kiritsuke
€109.99 EUR€93.99 EUR

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