Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife
The Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife is a versatile and practical tool inspired by Northern nature. With a high-quality stainless steel blade and a Finnish thermally modified birch handle, this knife is both beautiful and functional. Perfect for a variety of tasks, from mushroom hunting to chopping and peeling root vegetables, this knife is a must-have for any outdoor enthusiast or cooking enthusiast.
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Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife: Northern Nature Meets Form and Function
Experience the perfect blend of design and functionality with the Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife. This multipurpose knife has a handy size that’s perfect for a variety of tasks, from mushroom hunting to chopping and peeling root vegetables. It also works well as a steak knife and is ideal for small chores at the camping site.
Part of the Cabin Chef set designed by Harri Koskinen, this knife features a high-quality, durable stainless steel blade that provides excellent performance and longevity. The handle is made of Finnish thermally modified birch, a material known for its durability and graceful aging, as well as a warm and pleasant feel grip. The matte finish ensures a safe grip even when wet.
The harmonious combination of beautiful design and practicality, as well as durable natural materials, guarantees that the Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife is a pleasure to use, time and time again. We recommend hand washing to ensure its longevity and maintain its beautiful appearance.
Experience the perfect blend of Northern nature, form, and function with the Marttiini Cabin Chef Little Knife, a versatile and reliable tool that’s perfect for any outdoor enthusiast or cooking enthusiast.
- Length of blade: 8 cm
- Total length: 19.5 cm
- Weight: 85 g
- Blade material: Stainless steel (8Cr14MoV)
- Handle material: Curly birch, waxed
- Sheath material: Leather, brown
Rapala is a Finnish company specializing in the manufacturing of fishing equipment. Founded by Lauri Rapala in 1936, the company went public in 1998.
Lauri Rapala, who supported himself as a fisherman, came up with the idea to create a lure that mimicked the movements of an injured small fish, as an alternative to disposable bait for catching vendace. This led to the creation of The Original Floater lure in 1936. Today, Rapala’s fishing lures are used in over 140 countries worldwide.