I have had the opportunity and pleasure to use Alfi Knives now for several months. A family owned business, Alfi has been producing knives for restaurant and other commercial food outlets for years and only recently started to offer them to the general retail market.
These durable little knives are a cut above many other knives I use. They cut a variety of fruits vegetables and meats with ease.
Since these knives are extremely versatile, I decided to test them on a home improvement project I was doing. I needed to cut some ¼ inch quarter round for some trim. I was amazed at this knifes ability to cut a clean line through the wood. I could see using it for other DIY projects as well.
Likewise, I used it to remove some grout between the bathtub and new floor tiles I installed and it did the trick, it was the only tool I had that was thin enough to do the job and I was impressed.
After using it I put it in the dishwasher and it held up fine through all cycles and has not shown any signs of weakening or discolorations.
I tested it on food once again, this time a tomato. The true test of a great knife for me at least, is its ability to cut a tomato without smashing it. This knife did not let me down. I was able to cut them as thin as you will find on any fast food restaurant burger. Talk about making a tomato last!
The best part about this knife is that it is Made in the USA and is very affordable. A set of 12 runs only about $39.99 and you can also get them in sets of three and six. They come in a variety of colors also.
From what I have seen, there are no Made in USA knives that perform this well or sell at this lower price point.
I have to give Alfi a five out five stars for their great all-purpose knives.Shop for Alfi Knives Here
Disclaimer: I was given this product in exchange for my honest review and opinion, the fact that I was given this product does not alter my opinion in anyway. This review is my own personal opinion on Alfi Knives, given in good faith and has not been sponsored or endorsed.
Originally Posted June 15, 2015 by Jim Palmer.