• expired

Victorinox Fibrox Kitchen Cleaver $48.20 Delivered - Amazon AU

90

The ultimate knife to tackle meat, fish and vegetables of any size
Swiss made cleaver with straight edge
With a non-slip, ergonomic handle and solid blade
Simple clean design for easy of use and for cleaning
Suitable for home and professional use

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.

Related Stores

Amazon AU
Amazon AU
Marketplace

Comments

  • Price is $48.20 and reviews aren't good

  • Ebay or Amazon?

  • edited - thanks

    • Please don't enter ambiguous prices on other stores in the title. Delivery details should also be present
      I've updated now.

      Thanks

  • Victorinox Fibrox are the best cheap knives you can get. Yes, it'll come unsharpened (as the silly reviewers state), but this thing will last a lifetime. If I didn't already have some decent Japanese knives, I'd start building a Fibrox set.

    If you don't have some whetstones, just find a knife sharpener and they'll generally do 5 knives for $50 or so. Personally, I'd buy this and sharpen it myself.

    • Hi mate, is that the case for all Fibrox knives? We actually need to get a new knife, was looking at the Victorinox 8 Inch Fibrox Pro Chef's Knife, or maybe even maybe a set. We're not too fussy just want good bang for buck as we're not the best maintenance wise and i thought these Fibrox would fit the bill. But coming already sharpened is important.

      • Yep, all the Fibrox rate well with professional chefs. They aren't flashy, but the steel is good, it maintains its edge well, and won't rust easily (stainless isn't rust free if you treat it like garbage).

        You can probably find somewhere to get them pre-sharpened, but getting it sharpened is pretty easy. Most good key cutters will do it for you, or you can buy one of those foolproof knife sharpening kits (like this one https://www.dicksmith.com.au/da/buy/gobrandshop-2019-second-...).

  • Once you chop, you can't stop