Review of 

Dalstrong Knife

Dalstrong is a relative newcomer in a knife business dominated by well-established brands like Wusthof, Zwilling, and Global.

Sous chefs work directly under head chefs to assist in a kitchen operation.

Dalstrong’s mission is to create visually appealing, dependable knives reasonably priced. 

Knife accessories, kitchenware, and stainless-clad cookware are also available from the company. On the other hand, kitchen knives are the company’s main product.

Dalstrong manufactures its knives at a plant in Yangjiang, China, a place with a long and illustrious history in the art of knife making that dates back more than 1400 years.

As a result, well-established German and Japanese knife companies no longer produce their items in Germany or Japan. Dalstrong, on the other hand, seems to take delight in doing things differently.

The corporation has administrative offices and warehouses in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and, eventually, the Netherlands, among other locations worldwide.

When it comes to constructing the blades, Dalstrong buys high-quality German and Japanese steel.

Dalstrong blades are forged rather than stamped, which adds to the overall quality of the product.

 ABS Polymer is a very durable, sleek, food-grade plastic that is sanitary and resistant to heat, cold, and moisture.