When German oaks grow in a bog and sink under the earth, they are surrounded by bog for centuries and millennia in the absence of oxygen. This creates the unique discolouration of the 500 to 6000 year old oak. Our bog oak is characterised by the particularly complex salvage and drying process, which allows the rare and crack-free heart pieces to be handled.
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The Olav Slicer is 100% Made in Germany (Solingen). Based on our unique Olav chef's knife design, the knife is not only the ideal companion for all of your delicate culinary tasks in the kitchen but also a real eye-catcher thanks to the elegant wooden handle look. With the Olav Slicer, every precise cut is successful, from filleting meat, fish, and fruit to cutting wafer-thin slices of ham.
Olav's powder metallurgical high-tech steel is also a well-known all-rounder. Thanks to the fantastic properties of Elmax steel, your knife remains stainless and can be diamond cut to extreme sharpness thanks to its fine-grained carbide distribution.
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When German oaks grow in a bog or swamp and sink under the earth, they are kept for centuries and millennia in the absence of oxygen. This creates the unique discolouration of the 500 to 6000 year old oak. Our bog oak is characterised by the particularly complex salvage and drying process, which allows the rare and crack-free heart pieces to be processed.
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High-tech PM steel
Hand ground in Solingen
Ergonomically shaped handle
Olav's own grinding service
Based on the design of the Olav Chef knife, we have developed the Olav Slicer knife with the traditional company Clauberg. Clauberg is one of the oldest sharpening families in Solingen and employs only the most experienced sharpening masters.
They grind the powder-metallurgical steel by hand to this thin, extreme sharpness.