Called Chop, the product has a stainless steel blade and rubber handle.
The blade can be sheathed in a rubber cover when not in use, completing the doughnut shape.
The information below is from the manufacturers:
Industrial design at its best - Normann Copenhagen presents Chop
Once again Normann Copenhagen surprises us and launches a product for the kitchen that combines the best qualities into a single design. Chop, designed by the Italian designer LucidiPevere Studio, is a different chopping knife that brings a bit more fun into cooking. The knife sits well in the hand and its unconventional round shape makes it easy to use with just one hand.
Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere are the designers behind LucidiPevere Studio. From their design studio in Udine in Italy, they create industrial designs based on a pragmatic and curious approach to design.
In creating Chop, LucidiPevere have focused on creating a functionally good chopping knife with a different expression. Chop can be used with just one hand and easily chops herbs, chocolate, etc.
LucidiPevere say: “Products should create joy and surprise the user. It was important to us to create a knife with a brilliant function. A usable knife in a simple design that sits well in the hand and which has an amusing and aesthetically stylish form. It is not often that you see a round knife, this is what made us think that it would be interesting to play with a round shape for Chop”.
The kitchen knife Chop is available in four different colours.
Material: Rubber – stainless steel
Colours: Black, grey, light blue, pink
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