An ultimately packable and versatile knife that will bring out the camp chef in anyone, the GSI Santoku 4" Paring Knife features a perfectly rockered stainless steel blade that will make kitchen prep a pleasure n matter where you have set up camp.
An ergonomic rubber handle ensures you've got a sturdy and comfortable grip whilst chopping, paring, slicing and dicing vegetables, meats and fruits for your evening meal.
Complete with a protective sheath to protect the knife edge as well as your pack or camp kitchen hit, the Santoku Paring Knife from GSI is a compact camp kitchen utensil for any camping, trekking or outdoor adventure.
Perfectly rockered stainless steel blade
Ergonomic rubber handle
Protective plastic sheath
In Use Dimensions:
21.2L x 2.7W x 1.2H cm
comparison to Victorinox folding knife1 answer
Hello, how would you rate this knife compared to the little Victorinox folding knife you also sell? Would this one cope with chedder or chorizo?
Anthea - Gelorup, WA(11 months ago)
Both knives would have no issues chopping up basic firm foods, its harder things like pumpkin that they're not up to that task on. Basically exactly like you would expect from a paring knife in your home kitchen. The main difference between the two is that the Victorinox is serrated, and can fold in half for a compact size - these would be your considerations when making a choice, because performance in terms of what they can/can't cut will be similar.