Having the right knife in the kitchen is really important. In fact, once you have the right carving knife, you won’t know how you ever lived without it. You might be surprised to find out how many options there are when it comes to picking the right one. That’s why we did our research and put together these carving knife reviews. Before we get to our products, though, let’s take a look at some of the important features you need to know.
Blade Material: There are a few options here. One is stainless steel. Another is high carbon stainless steel, which is harder, sharper, and more durable. The third option is ceramic, which is the sharpest in a lot of ways but can chip easily.
Length: You might be surprised to find out that the lengths on these carving knives actually vary a lot. The shortest is 6 inches and the longest is 12 inches. They’re each great for different things so choose what best fits your needs.
Pieces: Some of these come in sets that most commonly include a carving fork so you have everything you need to carve a turkey or roast. Some come with only the carving knife. Again, it all depends on what you’re looking for.
Dishwasher Safe: Most of these knives are dishwasher safe but we have to mention that most manufacturers still recommend hand washing. It’s much gentler on the blade and could prevent damage, especially for knives with ceramic blades.
Handle Material: Handle materials vary a lot, from pakka wood to composite plastics. One doesn’t even have a true handle, it’s made of the same hardened stainless steel as the blade. Just choose which one works for you.
Warranty: A lot of the stainless steel knives come with a lifetime warranty which is why it’s so important to take good care of them. Ceramic knives either don’t have a warranty or give you 5 years or so.
Now that you know more about what to look for, let’s move into the next section of our carving knife buying guide. Here’s the deal. We put our top and budget pick first so if you’re in a rush, that’s the best place to start. Every single one of these products is a little different from the others so stick around to the end if you can. So, what’s the best carving knife for sale? Let’s find out.
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Samantha Dewitt is a lead researcher and writer for GeekWrapped, writing under a pen name. She gets excited about pet, baby, and science products and has over 12 years of experience.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019