Amorphous Metal Stainless Steel Knives

By Liquidiamond Knives

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This ultra-sharp kitchen knife is made by bonding an amorphous metal alloy edge to a high quality stainless steel knife body. Finish it off with a military-grade tough handle, and you’ve got an exceptionally durable knife that is guaranteed to last a lifetime.

  • Materials: Liquidiamond amorphous metal cutting edge with a high quality stainless steel body and a G-10 fiberglass & epoxy resin grip
  • Care: Hand wash and dry
  • Made for a Lifetime
  • Made with an amorphous metal coated stainless steel blade
  • Professional profile, HRC +70 edge hardness
  • Military grade fiberglass impregnated epoxy resin grip
  • Excellent ergonomics and balance
  • Please note: We do not recommend using a honing steel to "align" the edge. The edge is much harder than steel with different wear mechanisms and does not fold over like steel. Liquidiamond offers complimentary lifetime sharpening
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 15.25" x 3.125" x 1.25"
  • Weight: 8" Chefs: 0.88 lb; 7" Santoku: 0.83 lb;
    6" Boning: 0.6 lb; 6" Utility: 0.55 lb;
    4" Pairing: 0.54 lb

3 Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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It’s my go to knife

8/5/2018 by Jane

My paring knife is a pleasure to work with. It cuts ripe tomatoes cleanly and truly makes food prep take less time. I’m going to get the chef knife next. It’s nice to know if it ever does need sharpening, The Grommet will handle it.More > < Less



1/1/2018 by Mary

This is very sharp. I can cut anything with ease.


Blade too large

12/30/2017 by Joseph

Knife very sharp but blade is too large to use as a paring knife.

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Knives tough enough for outer space.

About Liquidiamond Knives

Knife For Life

How do you build a better kitchen knife? Start with the edge. Liquidiamond kitchen knives combine an amorphous metal alloy edge with a high-quality stainless-steel knife body. The result is a strong, ultra-sharp knife that’s guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Amorphous metal alloy is an extremely durable material that can handle high temperatures—which is why NASA uses it on its space crafts. Besides handling the perils of outer space, this material makes a knife edge that is tougher and less likely to chip than the typical ones. And if your blade does get dull with use over time, Liquidiamond happily provides on-the-house sharpening.

The next-level knives are completed with a sturdy handle made from military-grade fiberglass-impregnated epoxy resin. With all this tough (and sharp) durability, it’s no wonder the knives are guaranteed to last.