Bonnat Maragnan


Blade type: Chef’s knife
Blade length: 20.5 cm / 8.07 inches
Total length: 33 cm / 12.99 inches
Steel: AEB-L stainless steel
Handle material: Wengé, orange G10 Liners, brass pin
Weight: 200 grams

Blade type: Utility knife
Blade length: 15.3 cm / 6 inches
Total length: 27 cm / 10.63 inches
Steel: AEB-L stainless steel
Handle material: Walnut wood, orange G10 Liners, mosaic pin
Weight: 120 grams

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Chef’s knife

The chef’s knife is one of the most frequently used and versatile tools in the kitchen. You’ll use your chef’s knife for most of your slicing during food prep, and in many ways, it will be the most important tool you use.

Utility knife

A utility knife is generally six inches long and works well for slicing fruit, tender pieces of meat, or sandwiches. As the “knife of all trades,” it’s a handy go-to for the everyday chef.


AEB-L is an expertly designed steel, balancing high hardness with good corrosion resistance, and maxing out the amount of carbide that still maintains high toughness, sharpness, and blanking performance for razors. Those qualities make it a good knife steel in many ways as well.