The Opinel Green Le Petit Chef 3-piece knife set is a safe and fun way to introduce your child to preparing ingredients for cooking. Get ready to have your own little kitchen helper!
The set includes:
- Le Petit Chef Knife – with a rounded end to make it safer for children. It also features an ‘educational ring’ – designed to promote proper finger placement when using the knife, as well as stop fingers from slipping forwards onto the blade.
- Le Petit Chef Peeler – also features a ring to make it easier for little hands to hold and control. Suitable for peeling most fruit & vegetables, including potatoes, apples and carrots.
- Le Petit Chef Finger Guard – your child can use this to protect their fingers on the hand that’s holding the ingredients while cutting and chopping
The modified Sandvik stainless-steel blades have a high carbon content, for excellent cutting quality and resistance to corrosion. The beechwood for the handle is from ethically sourced forests, and is varnished for resistance to water.
The Opinel family started as blacksmiths in Savoie, France in 1800. Although famous for their folding penknives, their expertise in blade making naturally led to a future in kitchen knives. Using the same high quality materials and over 200-years of know-how, you can now enjoy a touch of Opinel excellence every time you cook. These knives are designed in Savoie, France and manufactured in Portugal.
Suitable for children aged 7 years and up with adult supervision.
|£4.50 or FREE for orders over £60
|DPD Express ?
|£7 or FREE for orders over £100
|DPD Signature Required ?
|£7 or FREE for orders over £60
|DPD Saturday or Sunday ?
|£9 or FREE for orders over £150
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