Opinel's iconic folding knives have long been picnic staples — tucked into baskets and backpacks to carve up apples, cheese, and charcuterie. Now updated with a stainless steel corkscrew, the No. 10 knife is ready to crack open a bottle of wine, too. This knife features a European beechwood handle and an easy-to-care-for stainless steel blade that holds its edge beautifully. Uncork a bottle and slice into your favorite charcuterie; with the ultimate French pocket knife, you’re one step closer to a Parisian picnic.
Materials: beechwood, stainless steel
Made by: Opinel
Made in: France
Specifications: 9" x 1" x 1" open; 3.94" blade
Use: The Virobloc safety ring, invented by Marcel Opinel in 1955, allows the blade to be locked in both the open and closed positions.
Care: Hand wash; wipe blade dry and oil after use. Sharpen using a wet sharpening stone held at a 30 degree angle to the blade.
Further Reading: Opinel has manufactured knives and quality tools in the heart of the French Alps since 1890. Their simple, functional and smart pocket knife, with its characteristic design, has become a globally recognized design icon over the years. Today the brand provides its know-how in other areas such as knives and tools for the garden, for the kitchen and table, for outdoor activities, and for children. The family-owned company is based in Chambery (Savoie-France).