Le Grand Tradi knife, olive wood

REF : TRADIGDOL

59.90

The Grand Tradi was born from your requests: to create a knife that performs as well as the P'tit Tradi knife in a larger version.
It keeps the P'tit tradi's philosophy : "everything is more enjoyable, always goes faster and is always better done when you're well equipped!"

Presented for the first time at Maison et Objet show in Paris in September 2023, this 13cm blade ultra-efficient knife already meets a great success!

The Grand tradi is presented here with an olive wood handle.
This Mediterranean French wood, golden with caramel veins, is popular with French and foreign consumers. It carries the values of its tree: elegance and longevity.

Length
24 cm
Width
1.5 cm
Weight
95 g
Material
Wood
Steel
14C28N stainless
Finish
Matt
Blade length
13cm
59.90
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So that cooking remains a pleasure

Le Grand Tradi

Handmade in our workshop, this top-quality knife is made from one of the finest cutlery steels available: Sandvik 14C28N steel, enriched with carbon.

  • 100% French handcrafted in our workshop
  • 3mm thick full tang laser cut (the steel blade extends the full width and length of the handle)
  • Hardened blade in Sandvik 14C28N carbon steel (56-58HRC)
  • Blade width: 3.5cm
  • Professional matt finish
  • Full grinding with plunge line
  • High-performance cutting edge
  • Rivets assembly
    Available in ebony, olive and aged walnut

Sold individually in printed cardboard box

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Care instructions

We recommend washing Le Grand Tradi by hand with a soft sponge.
Do not leave the handle in prolonged contact with water or a source of heat.
Wipe dry immediately after washing.
Store in a dry place.

Sharpen the cutting edge as soon as the knife seems to cut a little less.

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Feeling from the workshop

A story of today…

In 2022, after using her P’tit Tradi over and over again to prepare family meals, Magali SOUCILLE was confronted with a piece of beef that was too large for the blade of her paring knife. That’s all it took for her to ask her husband, Vincent, to design a knife with the same qualities as Le P’tit Tradi, but better suited to large foods, while still being very easy to handle.

Le Grand Tradi was born of this need and the desire to share the pleasure of slicing and cooking with you!