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J. A. Henckels International

J. A. Henckels International is the brand perfect for cooks who are on a budget or beginner cooks not ready to invest in an expensive set of knives. While they don't have the same hefty feel and perfect balance of its parent brand, they are the masters of value, offering significant quality for the money spent. From Santoku knives to utility knives, J.A. Henckels International offers all the classic styles of knives and then some.

The brand was founded over a century ago as a value-for-money brand under the umbrella of its premium cutlery parent company, Zwilling J. A. Henckels (which was established in 1731). Benefiting from Zwilling's almost 300 years of experience, J. A. Henckels International delivers quality knives made in the German tradition while keeping affordability in mind. By precision stamping, rather than forging, their blades, J. A. Henckels International is able to mass produce their German stainless-steel knives, enabling them to sell them at a lower price.

The popular Fine Edge Synergy series features a stamped blade with hand-honed edges for optimal cutting performance, and the stamped Fine Edge Pro line features satin-finished steel and triple riveted handles. If you prefer a forged blade, the Forged Premio line has a full-tang and balancing metal endcap on a triple riveted handle. The Classic series features a "hot-dropped" forged construction and the traditional commercial look of J. A. Henckels International. For the casual cook that wants a no-fuss knife set, the Everedge or Eversharp Pro series feature micro-serrated edges that never needs sharpening.
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