Michael Bach: We are always asked why we produce knives in Biel. Quite simply because we manufacture knives with the precision of a watch and with a high level of craftsmanship. We want to become a place of the art of knifemaking and are pleased that more and more knife collectors are finding their way to Biel. Guided tours take place monthly. By appointment, knife enthusiasts can take a look behind the scenes to see the cutler’s manufacturing of the sknife knives.
sknife uses the latest surgical steel, in which the carbon is replaced by nitrogen. This increases the corrosion resistance by a factor of 4 and makes the sknife knives ideal for use in restaurants by the sea. The high hardness of 58 HRC (range of Japanese knives) also keeps the knife sharp for a long time.
Torsion damask: corrosion resistant torsion damask, forged with two high quality knife steels.
Swiss wood: the walnut wood as well as the ash wood with beautiful wood structure come from a turnery in Emmental (Swiss wood, FSC-certified).
Behind every single sknife product are longstanding employees who give their best every day with heart and passion to meet the required quality standards. A customer-oriented service quality is also lived by the sknife team every day.