The TB Groupe Evercut Knife ($235) is arguably the best kitchen knife money can buy. Yes, that’s a pointed statement, but according to CATRA (Cutlery Allied Trades Research Association), the Evercut busted the chops of over 450 other knives in its tests, and slashed all cutting records held by steel and ceramic blades. For those who aren’t familiar with the brand, Tarrerias-Bonjean is the leading knife manufacturer in France and is a family owned operation. Five year’s of R&D went into creating the Evercut (yes, five years), which is made using a cutting edge laser to fuse ultra-hard titanium carbide onto a stainless steel edge. The result is a 20 cm by 3 mm thick blade that holds an edge 300 times longer than traditional steel blades, and even five times longer than the top notch ceramic competition.
Practically speaking, that means the Evercut only needs to be sharpened once every 25 years by the average home chef, which we hope even the laziest among you could carve some time out for. If that’s not enough to convince your inner-elitist that this knife is a cut above the rest, note that every Evercut is individually numbered, guaranteed for life and ships with a sharp-looking aluminum case. Supplies are limited, so if you’re in need of cutlery, chop chop.
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