Opinel Intempora boning knife 13 cm, 002222


The boning knife with a solid, 13 cm long stainless steel blade and ergonomically shaped handle of the Intempora design series is particularly useful for meat processing. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: 002222
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The boning knife with a solid, 13 cm long stainless steel blade and ergonomically shaped handle of the Intempora design series is particularly useful for meat processing. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: 002222
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Opinel Intempora boning knife 13 cm

The thin blade of the boning knife is particularly useful when boning meat or removing tendons, as it remains firm and does not bend. The kitchen boning knife has a 13 cm long stainless steel blade. Thanks to the ergonomic handle in smoke blue, the knife is very easy to hold and handle.

- Blade length: 13 cm
- Blade material: special stainless steel blend
- Handle material: highly resistant polymer
- Handle colour: smoke blue
- Dishwasher safe, hand washing recommended

Exceptional combination of great features
- Special modified Sandvik 12C27M steel ensures high corrosion resistance and perfect cutting ability (14.5% chromium + 0.60% manganese for rust resistance and 0.52% carbon for perfect cutting edges)
- A hardness of 57 HRC on the Rockwell scale means a really high wear resistance of the blade
- 30° sharpening angle, 15° on each side
- Optimised dimensions for each type of knife to ensure maximum efficiency for the activity for which it is to be used
- V-grip knife easy and safe to grip thanks to the blade angle
- Ergonomic handle profile guides your hand to the right grip
- Smooth lines, with no unevenness that makes it difficult to grip and maintain

The choice of steel determines the durability and quality of the blade and is therefore given due consideration, as it ultimately affects the main performance characteristics of the entire product. For the knives of the Opinel Intempora collection, the high-quality Swedish steel 12C27 Sandvik Mod. This steel is highly resistant to corrosion and easy to maintain thanks to the addition of chromium (14.5%) and manganese (0.60%). The addition of carbon in the steel (0.52%) ensures an excellent edge that holds its shape even when in contact with harder material.

Intempora collection
The shape and colours of the Intempora kitchen knife collection are inspired by the trendy industrial style, similar to the Opinel Appetit steak knife range. With the Intenpora collection, not only modern design and the best possible materials come into your kitchen, but also French culinary excellence and the art of enjoying life.
The ergonomically shaped handle of the knives in this range is made of highly durable polymer-POM, which ensures that it is resistant to chemicalm detergents, withstands high temperatures and, of course, its shape and colour resist the effects of any hot or cold water. The blade of Intempora kitchen knives is made of a special blend of 12C27 stainless steel (Sandvik Mod), which protects it from the effects of corrosion and ensures superior sharpness. The steel blade runs the entire length of the knife, ensuring adequate balance and creating an interesting design element.

Opinel - a design icon
The story of the now iconic Opinel brand begins in the 19th century, when the merchant Victor-Amédée Opinel learned to forge nails during his travels and subsequently set up his forge in France. After his death, his son Daniel took over the craft and became the "maker of sharp objects" for the local farmers, as the blades of his sickles and scythes were renowned far and wide as the sharpest possible. But the real Opinel - the closing pocket knife - would have to wait a little longer to be discovered. Daniel Opinel's eldest son, Joseph, decided to follow in his father's footsteps and, driven by an artistic passion...he combined hand craftsmanship with the most advanced technology of the day to create a small miracle. The year was 1890 and the Opinel pocket knife saw the light of day, a knife loved from day one and handed down from generation to generation. The knife, which over the following years won hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, became a staple in many households and a bit of a symbol of France...
Nowadays, the company not only produces legendary outdoor knives, but also has a sophisticated kitchen program, including forged kitchen knives; you can also buy stainless steel cutlery and steak knives from Opinel today.

knife type boning
blade length (cm) 13