The Easy-Cut Knife Lets Chefs Apply Pressure to the Spine for More Force

By: Misel Saban - May 25, 2016
References: red-dot-21 & yankodesign
Chopping food can be a difficult affair and the Easy-Cut Knife hopes to simplify tough to slice produce with a dual-handed blade design. The knife is specially formatted with a plastic handle along a thicker spine that is designed to allow consumers to add pressure to the top of the knife. The embedded handle is engineered to hold the weight of an extra hand to apply to pressure downwards without compromising the utensil.

Cutting with two hands is a practice many consumers already do, though many kitchen blades are not properly designed to carry the added weight and so they often break or bend. The Easy-Cut Knife is engineered to do just that with a thicker and longer blade shaped more like a mallet. The top portion of the spine is coated with a plastic sleeve to hold the weight and allow users to apply more pressure when slicing.