Forged knives characterised by their straight shape, the design of the blade and the gap-free handle completely made of plastics.
The blade and handle are seamlessly connected.
Perfectly balanced and sits comfortably in your hand.
Blades made from high-quality alloy X30Cr13, which prolongs edge retention, resistance to wear and tear and maximises sharpness.
The double final honing ensures an exceptional sharpness.
The half-bolster enables the entire blade to be resharpened.
High-quality knife steel with a laser-tested cutting angle.
Low weight, therefore pleasant to use.
Age-restricted - you must be 16+ to buy this product in NSW and South Australia, 18+ in all other areas.
Made in Germany.
Chef's Knife 8.5"
Buffet Tongs 10"
Paring Knife 3.5"
Utility Knife, serrated edge 10"
Sharpening Steel (round) 10"
Textile roll bag, 12 pieces, empty L = 19" / W = 23 1/2"
Boning Knife 6"
Filleting Knife 7"
Santoku, Kullenschliff 7"
Team Manager of the Welsh National Culinary Team
“I have found them an excellent knife especially the Chefs Knife. The knives are extremely well made and the 3 stainless steel rings around the Handle give the knives the feeling of strength as well as being a very stylish design feature. I can say without any doubt that the “1905” series knives are the best knives that I have ever used.”
Winner "Koch des Jahres 2011" | Executive chef restaurant Horváth (Berlin)
"My first set of knives during my apprenticeship was, and still is, made by F. DICK. As a chef I have to do my work precisely and steadily. Thus, I need high-quality cutting tools that lie good in hand and stay sharp for a long time. The wide product range of F. DICK offers the right tool for each kind of work."
Former Team Manager Culinary Team of the Master Association of Gastronomers (Germany)
“Friedr. Dick products offer the best possible support for a convincing performance during competitions on high international level – all you need for creative cooking!”
The Professionals Only Choice
Friedr. Dick is well known to professional chefs around the world as the leading innovator in its field. Its international reputation as a manufacturer of quality utensils is based on the consistent reliability and longevity life of our products.
Friedr. Dick supplies numerous national culinary teams with knives and utensils. The firm’s longstanding tradition and experience in manufacturing as well as close cooperation with professional chefs facilitates a constant stream of innovation.
How to protect the blade: the correct storage
Knives should always be stored in a suitable knife block, on a magnetic board or in a protective edge guard. Under no circumstances should a finely honed and highly polished blade comes into contact with other hard materials such as metals, ceramic or stone. Enjoy the feeling of possessing something really quite special and treasure your knife.
A touch of oil for the wooden handle
The days of applying oil and powder to your knives every day belong back in the 19th century. However, for long-term care, knives should be treated now and again with quality cooking oil from the kitchen (e .g. olive oil). This is suitable for the blade as well as for the natural wooden handle.
Precisely because of the unique material structure and the special cutting technology of the “1778” knives, they should not be used for chopping bones, portioning lobsters, or be misused in any other way.
We recommend using a cutting board made of wood or plastic. However, even the best knife used on the best boards will lose its sharp edge over time.
Frequent and repeated use ofa sharpeningsteel considerably prolongs the sharpness of the blade. Because of the remarkable hardness of the knives in the “1778” series, we recommend using the Dick titan sharpening steel.
If home sharpening or whetting ceases to have the desired effect, we recommend that you have your knives ground or sharpened by a qualified specialist.