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> Featuring a 8.5 inch blade.
> Noble and uniquely shaped handle made of birch wood.
> Ideal for cutting larger pieces of meat and fish.
> Also perfect as a "brisket knife" for the BBQ area.
> The long, curved blade allows a drawn cut without stopping.
> Unique birch wood grains means no two handles are the same.
> High-alloy stainless steel for a high edge-retention.
> Ice-hardened blade with an optimal hardness of 58 HRC.
> High balance due to perfect weight distribution.
> Each knife is finished by hand by experience craftsmen.
> The wood feels natural and lies comfortable in the hand.
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The highlight of the VIVUM series: the “ASADOR” knife, specially designed for use on barbecues. With its powerful blade, it cuts meat like butter and even larger pieces are not a problem. These unique BBQ ASADOR knives combine a natural appearance with extreme sharpness: an elegant and specially shaped birch wood handle comes together with the highest quality knife steel and a modern blade design. Ideal for cutting larger pieces of meat and fish, but also perfect as a "brisket knife" for the BBQ area. Its long, curved blade allows a drawn cut without stopping.
The birch stands for life, strength, durability and reliability. It is not only the trunk that is easy to recognize but also its very special wood grains, which make every VIVUM handle unique. No two handles are the same. The new handle shapes not only look impressive but also sit snugly in your hand. The design is clear and expressive. The wood feels natural and lies comfortable in the hand.
The VIVUM series stands for manual craftsmanship instead of serial uniformity. As a unique piece, each knife is finished by hand by our experienced staff. We use a special high-alloy steel for the VIVUM series because the steel quality significantly contributes to a sharp cutting experience. This steel offers excellent cutting performance, exceptional hardness and good corrosion resistance. During the hardening process, the blade is hardened under protective gas at 1,100 °C. The blades are then ice tempered down to -197° C to ensure the necessary flexibility and resilience of the knives and to optimise the material structure. This results in an optimal hardness of 58 HRC. The knives are therefore extremely sharp and ready for use in kitchens and on barbecues around the world.