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IKEA 365+ Paring knife, stainless steel,

Price $ 9.99
Previous price: $ 12.99
Price valid from Jan 17, 2024 and while supply lasts

How to get it

Peeling fruits and vegetables? This little knife helps you do it with finesse – and then some. A perfect complement to larger knives and made of stainless steel, just like the other knives in the series.

Article Number302.835.21

Product details

Small and handy. Suitable for peeling and trimming fruit and vegetables.

The knife is very durable, balanced, and easy to clean, since it is made of a single piece of stainless steel.

Made of molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel, which is why the knife stays sharp for a very long time.

Grooves on the handle give a firm, secure grip, and keep the knife from sliding in your hand.

Designer

Preutz/Wihlborg/Braasch/Karlsson

Measurements

Length of knife blade: 4 "

Reviews

Favorites knifeDeeFavorites knife for everything. Even bought some for gifts. Love the stainless steel one piece handle and blade.5
ExcellentLisaI am impressed with this little knife. The weight works well in my hand and the blade is extremely sharp. I’ve used it almost every day and it’s kept it’s edge nicely. Love it so much that I ordered a set of knives from Ikea.5
Great pairing knife. Deep blade.MichaelGreat pairing knife. Deep blade. I only wish the base of the knife was not so sharp.5
Love, love, love these knivesRayleneLove, love, love these knives5
Replacement knivesBrianI like these knives, I actually bought two to replace the ones that I’ve been lost in my house so I like that they are still available. I’m kind of bummed that I bought them less than two years ago and the price has gone up over two dollars. That’s kind of a big increase in the short time but I guess we’re all used to it .5
Excellent KnifeMichaelExcellent Knife5
Perfect weight very comfortable andDouglasPerfect weight very comfortable and cuts really well4
Picked this one up afterGabrielPicked this one up after purchasing the six inch from the set. Really liked the 6" knife but this one the not as much. The blade seemed a little flimsier and slightly bent at the tip which is not good for a pairing situation. Maybe it was just the one i bought. Blade cuts well and i do like the style weight and feel of the handle. Just not as much as the six inch knife.4
Great weight. Balanced. Sharp.KatiGreat weight. Balanced. Sharp.5
Awesome little knife that could.AaAll I can say is that this little knife is awesome. My husband loves so much he has been helping cooking dinner every night. We love it and it is sharp. Best value!5
ExcellentVerified BuyerThis is the best paring knife I've ever owned! The weight of it is great; the handle is easy to grip and it's sharpness is unbelievable!5
THE BESTSandraThis knife was recommended by a friend who loved it. She was right. This is the best knife I have. The grip is great even when your hands are wet. LOVE IT!5
Great knife for small tasks.GabrieleI like the size of the knife. It makes it easy to perform precision cuts.5
Stay sharp forever!!CherylWe bought 2 several years ago and love the hem. Purchased a motorhome and bought 2 more. Love them!5
My go-to knifeVerified BuyerI love this little knife. It is perfect for chopping a small amount, or slicing. It has very quickly become my go-to knife.5
Super-sharp beauty, Japanese-styleVerified BuyerThis is a good-looking knockoff of a far more expensive Japanese knife. The 4 is practical size for everyday use. Careful, very sharp!5
Love these knives!Verified BuyerI bought one as a gift for a friend and loved it so much I now have the full set.5
G’Day Mates!Verified BuyerIt’s not Crocodile Dundee’s, but it gets the job done.5
AndreaMuch sharper than our previous (cheaper) paring knives, I've enjoyed using them for the past few months.5
Better than super expensive Japanese knivesVerified BuyerWe bought this IKEA knife as a temporary solution when we mailed our very expensive Japanese knives into the manufacturer for routine sharpening. This has now become our favorite go to knife when making dinner. Just keep using a steel to keep it in top shape.5

Material

What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing items – without losing its valuable properties.

Quality

Quality with sharpness

IKEA 365+ knife is made of carefully selected molybdenum/vanadium steel. This means that it stays sharp for a very long time and that the blade is hard and flexible at the same time. The knife is also very durable and easy to clean, as it is made of stainless steel. Together with timeless design, that makes the knife able to withstand being used everyday for many years. And that in turn makes cooking both easier and more fun for you.

Function solution

Well balanced and safe function

IKEA 365+ knife makes it both easier and more fun to cook. The grooves in the handle give a firm and secure grip that keeps the knife from slipping in your hand. It is also lightweight and pleasant to work with, because it is made in one single piece of stainless steel and therefore very well balanced. The knife is also easy to clean so you will want and be able to use it every day, all year round.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"When we designed IKEA 365+ knife, we wanted to make a knife that inspires people to cook good food. The quality must be high for the knife to awaken the appetite and withstand everyday use for many years. That’s why it’s made in one single piece of stainless steel and has a timeless design that you never tire of. Grooves in the handle give a firm, secure grip, and keep the knife from slipping in your hand. We hope it will be your everyday favorite and the obvious choice when you’re preparing food."

Designers Henrik Preutz, Wiebke Braasch, Ola Wihlborg, and Nike Karlsson