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Our Paring Knives are versatile tools for precise slicing and trimming. Their sharp blades make them ideal for delicate tasks in the kitchen. View More..

Brands: Shun , Victorinox

Paring Knives in New Zealand

Elevate your culinary skills with precision-cutting paring knives from The Living Styles NZ, available in New Zealand. Our range of paring knives combines affordability with exceptional quality, offering discounted prices for those who value both precision and value.

Why choose our paring knives? Whether you’re a professional chef or a home cook, our knives are designed to make intricate tasks a breeze. The Living Styles NZ understands the importance of a well-crafted paring knife, and ours deliver just that, making them the preferred choice for those who seek efficiency and value for their money.

Investing in our paring knives means investing in long-lasting, top-tier performance. Our products are crafted for durability, ensuring they remain a cost-effective choice over time. Don’t miss the opportunity to buy now and experience the benefits of our affordable, quality paring knives in New Zealand.


Uses of Paring Knives

Paring knives are versatile kitchen tools with a variety of uses:

  • Precision Peeling: Easily remove skins from fruits and vegetables without wasting the flesh.
  • Trimming and Garnishing: Trim excess fat from meats or create decorative garnishes.
  • Deveining Shrimp: Perfect for deveining shrimp with precision and ease.
  • Seed Removal: Remove seeds from peppers and other produce effortlessly.
  • Fruit and Cheese Prep: Ideal for slicing and preparing small fruits and cheese portions.


Paring Knives Material Varieties

Choose from a variety of materials for your paring knives:

  • Stainless Steel: Resistant to rust and staining, providing durability and easy maintenance.
  • Ceramic: Lightweight and exceptionally sharp, ideal for precision cutting.
  • Carbon Steel: Offers excellent edge retention and sharpness, but requires regular maintenance.
  • Titanium: Lightweight and corrosion-resistant, combining strength with longevity.
  • High Carbon Stainless Steel: Provides the best of both worlds with durability and sharpness.